The County of Marin seeks a qualified candidate for a Nursing Services Manager to work in the Public Health Division within the Health and Human Services Department. This position oversees staff, operations, services and programs that are essential to achieving our mission. Your leadership, passion and dedication will lead excellence in services and programs, and the Department’s journey to improve the lives of our residents. Apply today to join our team and make a difference in the thousands of lives we serve in our community.
This position works for the Public Health Division and operates under an MOU for the Sheriff’s Department to oversee clinical services being provided to patients in the jail and juvenile detention facilities. This position is governed by the Sheriff’s rules and regulations, therefore, a background and experience in a detention facility, correctional institution, or highly secure environment is highly desirable. The Nursing Services Manager will manage clinic operations, staff and programs, and may provide direct care services as needed. The Nursing Services Manager oversees a team of approximately 30 professional and support staff which includes: Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Licensed Vocational Nurses, licensed Doctors of Medicine, Dentists, Dental Assistants, and clinical and administrative support staff. This person will also contribute to budgeting, personnel management and hiring, and oversee contracts with the doctors and dentists. Patient care in detention facilities is shifting with more emphasis on behavioral health needs; therefore, it is important that this Manager has a good perspective on “whole person” care. Working effectively with the Sheriff’s staff, and clinical and behavioral health professionals is critical, therefore the ideal candidate will be a collaborative business partner, strategic leader, and place a high importance on quality of care and customer service.
Any combination of education and experience that would provide the necessary knowledge and abilities identified in the announcement and classification specification, and this generally includes:
A Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or related field, and
The equivalent to four years of professional nursing experience, including three years of managerial or supervisory experience in a nursing position, and
Possession of the following valid license and current certificate:
Registered Nurse licensed to practice in California,
HOW TO APPLY:This recruitment is open and continuous until filled, but could close at any time. Therefore, interested candidates are strongly encouraged to apply early in the process and prior to February 28th, 2020.
Marin County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity at all levels of the organization.
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About County of Marin
Marin County is a General Law County. The County is governed by a five (5) member Board of Supervisors, each of whom represents one of the five voting districts in the County. The County employs approximately 2,200 employees in its 22 agencies and has an operating budget of approximately $630 million (FY19/20). The County is committed to being a well-managed organization that relies on the talents of its workforce to succeed. This diverse organization strives to uphold a set of core values: respect, integrity, diversity, excellence, innovation, and collaboration. The County’s mission is to provide excellent services that support healthy, safe and sustainable communities; preserve Marin’s unique environmental heritage; and encourage meaningful participation in the governance of the County by all.