Under the direction of the Executive Director, The Standards Compliance Coordinator coordinates and facilitates those activities relating to achieving and maintaining the licensing, certification, and accreditation of the facility; to assure compliance with other applicable standards of quality care; to integrate those activites with other facility wide quality assurance activities. Responsibility for the development, implementation and coordination of the Performance Improvement Program. Actively participates in the formation of hospital policy and procedure to insure compliance with regulation, standards and departmental policies.
Collaborates with the Executive Team to ensure coordination of processes necessary for maintenance of licensure, certification, and accreditation of the hospital; and to ensure the coordination of the Risk Management and Performance Improvement functions. Directs database management with department ensure coordination and consistency. Recommends corrective or preventative measures where indicated to appropriate administrator or manager. Directs support staff for completion of necessary activities and tasks.
Coordinates preparation for, and orchestration and conducting of, DHS licensure and Joint Commission Hospital Surveys.
Oversees and monitors hospital Plans of Correction to address Licensing and Joint Commission deficiencies and recommendations. Candidates currently in the classification eligible to transfer, eligible lateral transfers, voluntary demotions, reinstatements, eligibles on certification list, and employees on a SROA list or designation surplus are encouraged to apply. SROA/Surplus candidates must include copy of certification letter. State applications (STD 678) can be downloaded from www.jobs.ca.gov. Clearly indicate the position you are applying for and the basis of your eligibility in the Explanation section located at the bottom of page one. Lateral transfers must submit a copy of current performance report. All applications will be screened and only the most competitive candidates will be invited for an interview. Training and Developments may be considered.
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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