Director of Rehab : DOR - Golden Living (bakersfield, CA)

Job Posting Title Director of Rehab : DOR Job Description Responsible for the overall quality, integrity and financial viability of rehabilitation programs within designated site(s). Plans, develops, implements and monitors business. Develops and evaluates effectiveness of employees and ongoing programs. Discipline : Select All That Apply Physical Therapy Minimum Qualifications Graduate from an accredited four (4) year program for Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy or Speech:Language Pathology required Must possess and maintain a current license in the state of practice as required Minimum three (3) years experience in therapy Minimum two (2) years leadership experience, or have served as a Clinical Specialist or Master Clinician Ability to travel occasionally with overnight stays Must be capable of maintaining regular attendance Preferred Qualifications Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications Leadership Ability Must be a geriatric advocate Excellent clinical management skills Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills Knowledge in sales and marketing Demonstrates working knowledge of trans:disciplinary issues Ability to manage multiple tasks at one time without compromising deadlines Must have the ability to relate professionally and positively and work cooperatively with patients, families, and other employees at all levels Essential Job Functions Plans, develops, implements and monitors facility operations for overall quality and financial viability. Works with Rehab Team to maximize operational and clinical functions to deliver desired results across defined area Responsible for the development, retention, hiring and engagement of facility staff. Develops and executes staffing plan and oversees the performance management assessment process to ensure growth and development of direct reports Utilizes clinical resources to assist in the development of strategic planning. Oversees clinical competency of site staff around clinical integrity through the development an Source:

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