Find purpose in your career! Asbury Communities is a not-for-profit aging services organization that is completely focused on doing all the good we can for those we serve. When you join our family, you’ll enjoy the personal fulfillment that comes from making a difference in someone’s life each and every day. Asbury is honored to have earned certification as a Great Place to Work for three years in a row based on associate feedback to questions related to trust, culture, and the meaning they derive from their jobs.
Ensuring that we provide a safe and healthy environment for those who work and live at our communities is our highest priority. We are proud of the incredible work being done by our associates and grateful for the support we are receiving from our many residents and family members as we work through this pandemic together. We continue to aggressively work to minimize the risks of the COVID-19 virus for residents and associates in our communities.
Asbury Place – Maryville proudly provides high quality, compassionate services in skilled nursing, Assisted Living, Residential Living, post-acute rehabilitation, and memory support care for residents of Blount County and surrounding areas. As a not-for-profit organization committed to meeting the community’s needs, Asbury Place – Maryville is an important link in the Blount County health care delivery system. Asbury Place – Maryville is part of the Asbury Communities system, a not-for-profit aging services organization providing life-enhancing services to older adults in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.
- Directs the strategic and operational functions of the health care center including nursing services, activities, social work, admissions, staff development, dining, and facilities services to ensure the quality delivery of services to meet resident and family expectations.
- Develops annual operations and capital budgets and establishes effective controls to ensure operations are within approved budget guidelines.
- Oversees admission process and ensures that the facility meets budget occupancy goals.
- Oversees staffing and personnel including performance management.
- Interprets and ensures compliance with all federal, state, county and other regulations
- Directs culture change and promotes person directed care.
- Directs capital and environmental improvements.
- Directs the preparation and submission of annual and other reports regarding finances, census, Medicaid and Medicare, levels of care, incidents, and other.
- Minimum five (5) years’ experience as an Administrator in a long term care facility
- Must possess current Tennessee Nursing Home Administrator’s License or meet the licensure requirements for the State of Tennessee
- Bachelors’ degree in Public Health Administration, Business Administration, or related field required
- Masters’ degree in Health Administration, Business Administration, or related field preferred