The Field Administrator (FA) assumes ultimate accountability for clinical and business operations. They serve as a back up to the Regional Vice President and provide oversight of the coordination of all clinical disciplines involved in providing quality, cost-effective billable care under the direction of the physician. The FA is responsible for maintaining relationships with our partners to achieve clinical excellence outcomes, regulatory compliance, patient and employee satisfaction, in a fiscally responsible manner.



• Responsible for the budget and other key performance indicators such as admissions, recertifications, HHRG, etc.

• Collaborates with our partners with quality and process measures relating to star ratings, hospital utilization and patient satisfaction

• Adheres to the organizations policies and procedures within Medicare and federal guidelines

• Interaction with individuals (internal clinical teams, patient family member, physician, etc.) as applicable via phone, email and/or face to face concerning patient care

• Assumes accountability for documentation and clinical charting practices in accordance with agency protocol and Medicare/Federal/State guidelines

• Review all policies and procedures for compliance with local, state and federal regulations

• Implement policy, procedures and quality improvement programs in the field

• Monitors patient trends and outcomes

• Maintain professional growth and development through seminars, workshops and professional affiliations to keep abreast of the latest trends in field of expertise

• Maintains a professional appearance and Cultural Fit as a representative of the company

• Understands and practices agency policies and procedures

• Directly supervises the Director, Nursing and indirectly supervises the field staff and clinical support

• Interviewing, hiring, training and termination of department personnel

• Provides consistent coaching and provides challenge and opportunity to direct reports

• Supervises direct reports with consistency and clarity of expectations

• Completes yearly evaluations in an accurate and timely manner

• Performs coaching, counseling and discipline as needed

• Works with direct reports to ensure employee satisfaction and resolution of issues and concerns

• Conducts employee performance reviews

• Other duties as assigned




• This position requires a Registered Nurse in the state of employment

• A minimum of five years of supervisory or administrative experience in home healthcare, or related health programs

• Expertise and Homecare background for multiple sites preferred

• Knowledge of guideline governing home health agencies

• Ability to create positive impressions and maintain effective communication with a variety of people

• Knowledgeable on nursing best practices

• Ability to identify a situation and handle it with the best possible solution

• Detail-oriented and observant

• Strong ability to multi-task and be adaptable as priorities change throughout the day

• Operational knowledge of HCHB software, PDA’s, ADP, Microsoft Office & Outlook preferred

• Valid driver’s license and auto insurance.




Job selling points:


Our employees enjoy: Competitive Pay, Quarterly Bonuses, Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance, 401(k) Match, Verizon Wireless Discount, Paid Time Off, and more!

key qualifications


Medicare, Microsoft Office

minimum education


years experience

5+ years

travel requirements