Long Term Care Administrator

The Administrator is responsible for the effective and efficient management of our Class A LTC Home, in accordance with applicable municipal, provincial and federal legislation and guidelines. We seek someone who will create an atmosphere conducive to achieving optimal levels of health and welfare for both residents and employees; and maintain effective relationships with community partners, regulatory inspectors, residents, staff, families, volunteers and contractors.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Lead an interdisciplinary team in planning, organizing, directing and supervising the delivery of quality resident care
  • Ensure program excellence, continuous quality improvement and standards of ethical practice
  • Prepare, maintain and control of annual budgets and business plans
  • Identify and evaluate staffing needs according to program and service requirements
  • Establish and maintain good labour relations and represent the employer in union-management meetings including grievances, mediations and negotiations
  • Ensure compliance with accreditation standards, and applicable legislation, regulations and guidelines
  • Effectively manage risk and improve quality, safety and resource utilization, acting on any issues of non-compliance in a timely and comprehensive manner
  • Provide leadership, direction and technical support to departmental staff consistent with District values, policies and procedures; including strategic planning, recruiting, development and performance evaluation.


  • University graduation in health or social services, or a related specialized field
  • Comprehensive knowledge of LTC management practices, regulations, and standards 
  • 7 to 10 years progressively responsible management experience in a health care setting, preferably LTC
  • Successful completion of a program in LTC administration or management that meets the requirements of the LTC Homes Act
  • Demonstrated developed skills in; leadership, communication, customer service, written and oral communication and technological proficiency