In the growing field of Senior Healthcare, there is significant opportunity for individuals who wish to use their education, management skills, and desire to meet a challenge, while helping others during a time of need. If you’ve considered a career in healthcare, investigate Miller’s Administrator-in-Training Program (“A.I.T.”), where you can take your education and experience to the next level while receiving full pay and benefits.
Administrator-in-Training Program Candidates
Applicants for this program are hand-selected for their leadership abilities, detail orientation, excellent communication and analytical skills, creativity and sensitivity. Requirements for the program include:
- Post-secondary education as required by the Indiana State Board of Registration and Education for Health Facility Administrators
- Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Health Administration or related field
- Long-Term Care experience desirable
- Ability to relocate
Training and Lincensure
Training—lasting 6-8 months—convenes in multiple Miller’s locations throughout the State, offering variety in experiences and community demographics. Participants are paired with experienced Administrators, specially selected for their ability to train and prepare the next generation of company leaders.
Following completion of the required core curriculum, participants must successfully pass State and Federal licensure examinations. Once licensed, the participant can expect continued training in various locations through the role of Director of Support Services, until equipped for appointment as Administrator of their own facility.
What to Expect
As an A.I.T., participants can anticipate exposure to most of the many facets of the long-term care industry, and experience first-hand and on-site training in:
- Facility Operations
- Personnel Management
- Nursing Assistant Skills
- Marketing and Community Assessment
- Facilities Services
- Industry Issues
- Regulatory Compliance
- Survey Management
- and more