From clinicians and program managers to Direct Support Professionals (DSPs), our employees make a difference in the lives of people throughout their communities every day. And as a part of The MENTOR Network, a national network of health and human service providers, California MENTOR's employees are part of a growing organization that’s been at the forefront of community-based care for more than 40 years.
Be Part of Something Big!
When you join California MENTOR and The MENTOR Network, you will become part of a national organization that provides expansive opportunities and a career ladder that is rare in human services. Our employees are passionate, caring professionals who have opportunities to make a difference in their own communities and beyond while maximizing their own professional potential at the same time.
Together, California MENTOR and The MENTOR Network are making life better for thousands of people in California and in communities across the country. If you share our mission and want to make a difference in your community, we hope you’ll consider becoming part of our network of caring.
At California MENTOR and The MENTOR Network, we believe it is important to invest in benefits and programs that help support employees and their families when it comes to protecting their health, well-being, security, and future.
We offer a broad range of benefits administered by respected and innovative providers including*:
* Health care coverage through one or more medical plan options
* Prescription drug coverage
* dental and vision care coverage
* Health care and dependent care flexible spending accounts (FSAs)
* A 401(k) retirement savings plan
* Life insurance, AD&D and business travel accident insurance
* Long-term and short-term disability insurance
* Annual incentive plan - eligibility may be based on position
Health Services Supervisor position -
Supervises two or more RNs and/or LVNs including interviewing, hiring, and scheduling, orientation, training and performance evaluations while ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. Resolves employee problems within position responsibilities. Monitors the health and medical condition of individuals served. Manages the administration of medications, performance of physicals, provision of treatments, and scheduling of medical appointments.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS - To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential function listed below:
· Plans and organizes activities in nursing services, to ensure patient needs are met in accordance
with instructions of physician and the facility's administrative procedures.
· Manages the administration of medications, performance of physicals, provision of treatments, and
scheduling of medical appointments.
· Evaluates nursing activities to ensure patient care, staff relations, and efficiency of service.
· Observes nursing care and visits patients to ensure that nursing care is carried out as directed and
that treatment is administered in accordance with physician's instructions.
· Inspects patient facilities for cleanliness and comfort.
· Orders, or directs ordering of drugs, solutions, and equipment, and maintains records on narcotics.
· Investigates and resolves complaints, and refers unusual problems to superior.
· Plans and organizes orientation and in-service training for unit staff members, and participates in
guidance and educational programs.
· Performs other related duties and activities as required.
· Must be a graduate of an accredited nursing school or nursing program and have
three years of related experience.
· Current RN license in good standing with the state of California
· One year of clinical experience working with individuals with intellectual and
developmental disabilities preferred
· Three years’ experience in acute care
· Job requires performance of duties that involve potential for exposure to blood,
body fluids, or tissues. Tasks that do involve exposure are an expectation of
· Ability to carry out medical services to meet the on-going needs of individuals
· Ability to communicate effectively with individual’s families, health care team and
· Ability to travel to health care sites
· Ability to work closely with primary physicians, specialists, and PDN
· Skilled in using a personal computer and various software applications
· Knowledge of the principles of quality and risk management
· Strong communication and decision making skills
· Strong clinical assessment skills
· Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
· Valid driver's license in good standing
· Access to a registered vehicle with proof of insurance
· Must be at least 21 years of age
· Must pass background investigation that includes FBI/DOJ fingerprint check
Solvang, California , 93463
$85,000 PER YEAR
Jan 13th, 2020