DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
TRANSFER OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT
El Monte 91731
Free employee parking is provided. This position is eligible for a 9/80 work schedule. Public transportation services are also very convenient.
Essential Job Functions
Providing assistance to the CCS Program Specialist, PHN
Leading all CCS audits
Lead in special projects as needed
Presenting at CMS CQI Committee Meetings as needed
Assisting in developing QA tools, policies and procedures specific to case management activities to evaluate work performance
Member of the CMS Continuous Quality Improvement Committee
Present at CMS CQI Committee, Quarterly Meetings and other related committees as needed
Coordinating ongoing nursing related events
Team lead the CCS Nursing Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Unit
Must currently be a permanent Los Angeles County employee who holds the payroll item of Assistant Program Specialist, PHN.
Experience/background in Quality Assurance
Strong written, verbal, and communication skills
Ability to work with various people/ departments/ organizations in a positive and professional manner
Case management experience
Knowledge of the CCS Program
Only the most qualified candidates will be scheduled for interviews. Position will be filled as qualified candidates are interviewed. Candidates on promotional lists must be reachable; interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, copies of their last two (2) performance evaluations, copies of their attendance record for the last 24 months, and any additional information the candidate wishes taken into consideration.
Interested candidates should submit documents via US mail or email to:
Children's Medical Services
California Children's Services
9320 Telstar Ave., Suite 200
El Monte, CA 91731
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
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