Home Health Administrator

Covenant Care - Home Health | Fort Myers, Florida 32504

Salary Range: Call for details
Date Posted: November 22, 2022
Opportunity Code: 31576


Enjoy tropical lifestyle living and join Covenant Care – Home Health in St. Petersburg, Florida as the next Home Health Administrator!


The Position

  • The Home Health Administrator will be responsible for the organization and direction of agency operations and functions according to approved policies, procedures, and standards.
  • This role will oversee a team of six FTE’s. 
  • This position will be expected to build and stabilize the staffing needs of the organization, identify areas of opportunity for census growth and prepare the organization for upcoming surveys.  
  • The ideal candidate will be someone with tremendous organization skills, possess and demonstrate good working habits in order to set a precedent for team operations and have a strong attention to detail. This candidate should have a good mix clinical and people skills. Knowledge of Oasis is strongly preferred.
  • Seven+ years’ experience in a senior administrator position with five or more years of supervisory experience. Five+ years of Home Health experience required. 
  • BSN required; Masters preferred; RN license required. 

The Organization

  • Covenant Care is widely recognized as one of the largest and most comprehensive post-acute providers in the country.
  • This nationwide non-profit agency offers hospice, home health, private duty home care, palliative care, Alzheimer's care and memory care services.
  • The agency is expanding to new territories, namely Southern Florida, also called The Frontier, which includes areas like Orlando, Ft. Myers and Tampa.
  • In 2018, Covenant Care celebrated its 35th anniversary and continues to expand as the years go by, while empowering patients and loved ones with more choices and less fear.

The Community

  • Originally established as Fort Harvie, Fort Myers began transformation into a farming and cattle community in the late 1860’s and 1870’s. By the mid 1880’s Fort Myers began developing a commercial core, and gaining national notoriety for local recreational fishing.
  • Fort Myers has four designated historic districts; Edison Park, Dean Park, Downtown, and Seminole Park, along with nearly 20 designated historic landmarks that have the benefit of being a part of the Historic Preservation program.
  • The City of Fort Myers offers multiple aquatics facility operating year-round for both indoor and outdoor sports.
  • Fort Myers Beach is big draw for travelers visiting the area. Located on Estero Island, it is the closest – and most popular – beach spot to downtown Fort Myers.
  • The beaches and isles of Fort Myers are on a shallow water plateau that collects shells on a natural shelf that flows to the shoreline. It's the location along the Gulf of Mexico that makes Fort Myers a shelling mecca boasting more shell varieties than any other spot in North America.



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