Area Director / Regional Manager in Fort Worth, TX at NurseCore

Date Posted: 10/20/2020

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Area Director / Regional Manager

Use your sales skills and management experience to make a difference in the healthcare industry! NurseCore is seeking a Area Director for our Texas offices. We are the national leader in medical staffing and home care services, making this the perfect opportunity to take your management career to the next level. We offer competitive compensation, benefits and the chance to build a rewarding and fulfilling career. Join us at the heart of healthcare, apply today!


Essential Duties & Responsibilities include the following but are not limited to:

  • Organizes and directs office functions in Branch Director capacity for office they are based out of while working with Branch Directors/Staffing Managers of offices in their assigned territory
  • Plans business strategy
  • Implements policies developed by the Board of Directors while maintaining a liaison between the Board and staff
  • Understands community and medical staffing needs and establishes goals for recruitment that meet these needs
  • Actively seeks new business opportunities by responding to RFPs
  • Works directly with Branch Directors/Staffing Managers in their territory to hire, train and direct staff in all areas to accomplish goals and maintain compliance with regulations and policies and procedures
  • Performs operational analysis on all offices on routine and on-going basis
  • Performs sales calls to existing and potential clients
  • Recommends policies, programs and budgets for Board approval
  • Delegates responsibility to administrative and supervisory personnel to insure effective programs
  • Actively seeks opportunities for growth of existing offices and investigates areas of possible expansion
  • Manages and reports on fiscal matters (budgets, cost determination and control, collections)
  • Negotiates contracts and agreements for providing services
  • Develops sales programs to promote and develop the various service lines that the agency offers and performs sales with Branch Directors/Staffing Managers
  • Monitors the fiscal aspects of the agency including making credit decisions, participating in collection activities, developing an annual agency budget and planning for capital expenditures
  • Performs screening and first and/or second interviews for office personnel and participates in and/or makes arrangements for training of all new personnel
  • Assisting Branch Director/Staffing Manager with training, supervising and evaluating existing client service personnel
  • Developing, implementing and monitoring a recruitment plan for each business unit to insure a steady pipeline of applicants, to include implementing tracking tools and dividing responsibilities to insure that business until goals are met

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

  • Be able to train and manage personnel
  • Communicate effectively with health system personnel at all levels
  • Be able to read and understand a profit/loss statement
  • Understand the business dynamics of health care systems
  • Effectively manage sales budget
  • Effectively manage accounts receivable
  • Previous recruiting, staffing, sales and management experience
  • Proven track record of success in the healthcare staffing industry


  • A Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) from Four-year College or university: or a minimum of two years experience in direct sales of services in health care administration, home health care administration or health related programs and a minimum of two years experience in an administrative position in the staffing and/or home health care field.
  • Minimum of three years of training and experience in health services administration, home health care administration, or health related programs or equivalent combination of education and experience. Administrative experience must emphasize problem solving.