$126,000 - $230,628 annually, depending on experience
Do you want the challenge of a leadership role in an organization committed to change management, process improvement, and better health outcomes?
California Correctional Health Care Services is seeking a solutions-oriented, no nonsense nurse executive to provide organization and leadership to our dedicated nursing team, develop program-enhancing processes, and continue our mission to provide quality health care to our diverse patient population.
To thrive in this leadership role you must have recent experience supervising a large nursing staff (ideally a minimum of 20 RNs); current CA RN licensure with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or Health Services Administration; five years of clinical nursing experience in a comprehensive medical setting, a minimum three years of which must have been in an administrative or supervisory capacity; and quality management experience.
A Master’s degree in Nursing or other health care-related field with experience in health care system and program design and development is desirable.
We currently have opportunities at Salinas Valley State Prison, located in Monterey County’s Soledad. Here, you’ll have access to all of the activities, history, and cultural events of Monterey, Big Sur, and Carmel-by-the-Sea. Plus, with the positive work-life balance you’ll find with CCHCS, you’ll be able to enjoy them all.
In return for your leadership, we offer the opportunity to make your mark within an evolving organization and a competitive compensation package, including:
Secure State of CA pension that vests in five years
Generous paid time off and holiday schedule
Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance plans
Robust 401(k) and 457 retirement plans – tax defer up to $48k per year
California Correctional Health Care Services (CCHCS) was established to oversee and provide a constitutionally appropriate level of health care in all 35 adult prisons operated by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation throughout California. To fulfill this mission, we have improved our day-to-day health care operations ensuring that our patients have timely access to safe, efficient medical, dental, and mental health care.
This would not have been possible without the tireless efforts of our dedicated clinicians. As part of a multidisciplinary team working within a supportive and collaborative infrastructure, CCHCS looks to professionals, like you, to lead these efforts.
In return, we offer a positive work-life balance with all of the security that comes with State employment, including:
• 40-hour workweek
• Competitive salaries
• Retirement (Pension) that vests in five years
• Paid insurance, license, and DEA renewal
• Visa sponsorship opportunities
• Paid CME with paid time off to attend
• And much more
Our Commitment to Quality
Whether through the implementation of annual Performance Improvement Work Plans at each facility to ensure imp...rovement objectives; the adoption of the Complete Care Model resulting in continuous, integrated, and coordinated care; or the development and utilization of Quality Improvement Tool Kits, CCHCS proactively and continuously seeks to improve the care provided to our diverse patient population.
At every step, our clinicians are provided the tools and infrastructure they need to practice their best medicine, hone diagnostic skills, and further their abilities to treat this varied and complex patient population.
Our facilities are located across the great state of California – from the Oregon border to the Mexico border and everywhere in between. With so many locations and communities, you’re sure to find your perfect fit!