This position requires the incumbent maintain consistent and regular attendance; communicate effectively (orally and in writing if both appropriate) in dealing with the public and/or other employees; develop and maintain knowledge and skill related to specific tasks, methodologies, materials, tools and equipment; complete assignments in a timely and efficient manner; and, adhere to departmental policies and procedures regarding attendance, leave, and conduct.
Job Summary: Under the direction of the Staff Services Manager I and working under a lead analyst, the incumbent performs a variety of tasks related to the implementation of public and Program policy, procedures, interpretation of statute, regulations and legislation related to the L&C Program and the review of provider applications requesting licensure and certification. The incumbent must demonstrate the ability to acquire skills to perform research, compare and contrast options, make recommendations based on a thorough research gathering effort, work in conjunction with lead analysts to prepare documents for presentations, compose concise, well-written reports as well as possess thorough knowledge of the health facility licensing and certification process, state and federal regulations, the legislative process, and program and departmental policies and procedures (i.e., Code of California Regulation, Code of Federal Regulations, Federal Register, State Operations Manual, and the Licensing and Certification Policy and Procedures Manual). The incumbent will be responsible for enforcing licensing and certification standards in accordance with State, Federal and local laws and regulations. The incumbent will be responsible for preparing documents and reports to support recommendations for approving/denying initial and change of ownership (CHOW) applications for health facilities and providers of services statewide. The incumbent must have the ability to understand the health delivery system including the local, state and Federal agencies which are directly involved in the need for health facilities and related health services, health care personnel, regulatory agencies (Medical Board of California, Board of Registered Nursing, and other Boards), and numerous other agencies. The incumbent is expected to develop expertise in a number of program areas and must be able to analyze and research issues, work closely and cooperatively with others and in teams, and prepare responses to controlled and other program correspondence on a variety of subjects. The incumbent must deal frequently with health care providers, other State and Federal entities, city and/or county agencies, other division/sections within the Department, and the Office of Legal Services.
• Experience in interpreting and applying federal and or state statutes and regulations
• Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
• Customer service skills
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Ability to multitask and determine priorities to meet overlapping deadlines
• Highly motivated with a positive attitude
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Database and personal computer experience, i.e. Microsoft Word, Access, and Excel.
Statement of Qualifications: Please provide a narrative discussion of how your education, training, experience, and skills qualify you for the position you applied for. The Statement of Qualifications serves as a documentation of your ability to present information clearly and concisely in writing and should be typed and no more than two pages in length. Resumes do not take the place of the Statement of Qualifications. Applicants who fail to submit the Statement of Qualifications will be eliminated from the selection process.
For a complete job description, please contact Elena Marquez at Elena.Marquez@cdph.ca.gov. All interested applicants must submit a Standard State Application form (STD 678) with original signature, and must clearly indicate the basis of their eligibility in the ‘explanation’ box of the STD 678. Applicants without eligibility information will not be considered. Appointment is subject to SROA and State surplus policies. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified candidates will be interviewed.
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