Are you interested in business operations?
If you enjoy:
- Crunching numbers
- Working with technology
- Organizing files, schedules, activities, supplies
- Leading people and projects
- Interacting with older adults, family members, visitors
Then consider a career in operations and human resources in long-term care.
This page is part of our Careers in Long-Term Care Initiative.
Explore operations and human resources careers
What they do
An LTC home administrator is responsible for planning, organizing, managing, and overseeing the care and services given to residents and the day-to-day operations of the home.
- Graduate school
- LTC administrator/leadership certificate
Other business roles
There are a number of other business roles that support the administrator and the operation of the LTC home. These roles need similar credentials as other office-related jobs. Business roles in LTC may include the following:
- Human resources staff
- Admissions staff
- Central supply staff
- Finance staff
- Operations staff
- Business manager
- IT manager
- Human resources manager
- Education manager
- Executive director or chief executive officer