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Executive Director & Administrator

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Inglis seeks a dynamic, seasoned, compassionate and strategic Executive Director/Nursing Home Administrator to lead Inglis House, a 252-bed special rehab facility and unique long-term care community for people living with complex physical disabilities. Inglis House is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and this position is 100% on site.  

Inglis enables people with disabilities – and those who care for them – to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest. The Inglis House Executive Director & Administrator is responsible for directing the day-to-day operations of the facility in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, and ensure the highest degree of resident care and services are delivered and maintained. This position also leads the implementation of strategic initiatives for Inglis House and ensures that each Inglis House department achieves its annual operating plan priorities and targets.

 The priorities of this position include ensuring that Inglis House residents receive high quality care and that their quality of life is enhanced as a result of choosing Inglis. He/she accomplishes this by building a strong trusting leadership team, creating a highly effective organization and a person-centered culture of learning, integrity, service, and teamwork.? This position serves as a member of the Inglis Senior Leadership Team, and in that capacity, provides input and support to the organization-wide strategic development, quality evaluation, communications, and culture building initiatives.

The successful candidate must have a valid Pennsylvania Nursing Home Administrator license; Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, Rehabilitation or other Healthcare-related field, Master's preferred. Must have working knowledge of long-term care health regulatory and accreditation standards, plus excellent communication and leadership skills. A minimum of 10 years’ experience as a Nursing Home Administrator, 3-5 years with a Person-Centered Care organization preferred.