Alternate Assisted Living Manager (AALM)
Traveling Alternate Assisted Living Manager
This will allow you to business owners to take a vacation, attend to ailing parents or are focused on expanding their business. Resume, Creditinals and Travel included (local) Travel outside of state (contact for information)
Daily fee $355 (12hr) min. 3 days =$1065.00
Assisted living manager, will have multiple direct reports and areas of responsibility. A dietitian
and/or meals supervisor may consult frequently with the manager to approve purchases and menu
plans, while a clinical or nursing supervisor may provide regular updates regarding both overall care
and individual needs. (Not limited to the items included)
Assisted living manager is often present within the care center and help assess needs for repairs,
maintenance, and upgrades to services. They generally provide guidance to staff and interact often
with residents, and are often the initial point of contact for families who may have questions or
concerns regarding care.
Duties Specified: (Bi-Wkly reports due on Friday to Management Staff)
Certification and Licenses required
• An assisted living manager is responsible for overseeing operations at a care center or other
home for those who require special assistance and supervision. Assisted living managers
oversee and schedule staff, maintain the building and its facilities, and help create a positive
environment for patients in care and their families and friends who visit.
• Supervise staff and give technical direction; manage the selection, training and
development of staff.
• Ensure services are in compliance with boarding home regulations, state and federal
• Provide guidance to staff and interact often with residents, and are often the initial point of
contact for families who may have questions or concerns regarding care
• Oversee day-to-day operational, assisted living activities and daily activities.
• Monitor budget and utilize operational resources, participate in patient quality surveys.
• Approve purchases and menu plans, while a clinical or nursing supervisor may provide
regular updates regarding both overall care and individual needs.
• Bookkeeping/administrative personnel may provide information and use guidance regarding
billing issues and accounts related to the facility