Administrator – Long Term Care


Company Overview:

Located in Maple (Vaughan), Ontario the 100-bed Maple Health Centre is dedicated to enriching the lives of residents in partnership with family members, valued employees and community partners. This municipal home provides nursing and personal care services for adults who are no longer able to live in their own homes.

The home specializes in meeting the needs of residents who require complex care and residents with cognitive impairments. If you are passionate about leading a team that is committed to positively impacting the lives of residents then we would love to speak to you about this great opportunity.

Position Overview:

Reporting to the Director, Seniors Services, the Administrator is responsible for the daily administration and management of the designated home and related programs. This includes administering, directing and coordinating the delivery of Medical, Nursing, Dietary, Environmental, Health & Safety, Therapeutic, Social, Recreational, Day and Outreach services and activities in the Home to ensure residents, clients and visitors are provided with services that are compliant with all applicable legislation and regulation, reflecting the Home’s commitment to a safe, secure and client focused environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensures the delivery of high quality care and services for residents of the Home and related programs.
  • Oversees and leads the coordination of multi-disciplinary teams in the development and implementation of programs and services for all residents of the Home.
  • Researches senior’s issues to maintain an awareness of current LTC and seniors’ issues, service needs of clients in the community and residents of the Home, to implement best practices in client care and services.
  • Ensures that the Home is properly supplied with all required material and equipment and provides advice and assistance to the Director regarding planning and control measures; makes recommendations for appropriate allocation of funds to meet service delivery and resident care needs.
  • Assesses and monitors the Home’s program expenditures on an annual basis.
  • Leads the process to review and recommends the budget for the Home and monitors the budgets of reporting Managers to ensure expenditures fall within budgeted resources.
  • Ensures quality assurance activities to monitor program effectiveness and support continuous improvement attitudes within the Home.
  • Builds a positive labour relations climate, ensures the safety and wellbeing of staff and focuses on improved position management, recruitment strategies and retention of qualified staff.
  • Provides effective relationship management with all external stakeholders, Regional and local municipal politicians, municipal staff, external government and non-governmental agencies, and the communities served.
  • Ensures that all reports and statements required from the Home are prepared on a timely and efficient basis and forwarded to the Director’s office for consolidated and legislative reporting to the MOHLTC, LHIN and Regional Council.
  • Under the supervision and direction of the Director, and working with the management of the Home, develops and maintains appropriate and effective after hours management on-call
Administrator – Long Term Care2022-12-29T06:24:28-06:00

Executive Director (Administrator), Not for Profit – Long Term Care



Our 160-bed Not for Profit long-term care home is located in Vaughan (Kleinburg), Ontario. We are dedicated to enriching the lives of our residents, our family members, valued employees and community partners.
If you are passionate about leading a team that is committed to positively impacting the lives of residents that we serve then we would love to speak to you about this great opportunity.

Position Overview:

Reporting to the Regional Director of Seniors’ Living, the Administrator position is a critical role with overall accountability for resident experience, operations management and performance of the home.


As part of our team, your role as an Administrator contributes to our resident experiences in the following ways:
  • Planning, coordinating, directing and monitoring effectiveness of all operational activities of the home, ensuring those activities are aligned to the home’s strategic plan.
  • Overseeing recruitment, employee and labour relations, payroll and benefits, orientation, occupational and non-occupational injury/illness, performance management, training, education and other people related functions.
  • Providing leadership and direction to ensure all aspects of a Quality and Risk Management Improvement Program are carried out in alignment with the home’s strategic plan.
  • Ensure risk management activities take place to reduce and control potential or actual risks to the safety, security and health of all individuals, and to the safety and security of the home.
  • Respond promptly to address concerns of residents and family members, mediate appropriate responses to those concerns and implement action plans.
  • Acts in a leadership capacity to ensure that employees within the care community foster positive customer service with all residents and families in their day-to-day work.
  • Provide financial leadership by managing and monitoring budgets and fiscal plans. Take appropriate action where variances are identified to bring expenditures in line within the budget.
  • Ensures that all required committees are properly functioning.
  • Working in accordance with the organization’s Health and Safety Policies and Procedures and in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act.


  • Must have completed a program in Long-Term Care Home Administration that is at least 100 hours in duration of instruction.
  • A post-secondary degree (3 Years) from a program or post-secondary diploma in Health or Social Services.
  • Must have three (3) years’ managerial or supervisory experience in the Health and Social Services industry.
  • Must possess excellent supervisory and leadership abilities (e.g., people management, finance, labour relations and departmental coordination).
  • Previous long term care management experience.
  • Must posses excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • All applicants must provide proof of being fully vaccinated, except due to legitimate established exceptions.
  • Have a passion to promote person-centered care and work with the senior population.


  • A competitive compensation package including benefits, has
Executive Director (Administrator), Not for Profit – Long Term Care2022-08-10T18:53:20-05:00


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