Skilled Nursing Facilities Director, Healthcare Recruiter Sam Fischer

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Hello all! I am actively recruiting for a Skilled Nursing Facilities Director in the Mid-West region of California. The Nursing Facility in question currently has approximately 57 residents and received a 5 star rating just last year! It is located in a rural area that has average summer temperatures in the 80's and 50's Skilled Nursing Facilities Director in the winter. Sounds good to me already, maybe I should become a Skilled Nursing Facilities Director!









Even better news, the median price of a home in this rural area is running in the low 200's and the pay for this position is pushing 6 figures!

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Maybe not this one...


An hour drive to the ocean and a few more hours in the car will get you to places like

Oakland (maybe catch a Raiders game) San Francisco (Rice-A-Roni!) or even L.A!


Now, a little more about the position of Skilled Nursing Facilities Director itself: My client is looking for someone that is technologically able to operate basic computer programs, email, and a little bit of Excel wouldn't hurt. My client will give preference to someone with at least 2 years health care management but a BSN and current California license are a must!


Now, the ideal Skilled Nursing Facilities Director for this position will most likely be relocating from one of the larger cities in California and with the help of my friends at Active Rain, I will gladly recommend a Real Estate agent to help you sell your current home and another to find you a new one!


For more information on this position please feel free to send me an email or give me a call.


Healthcare Recruiter Sam Fischer

509.324.3333 x24

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