an experienced Chief Physician and Surgeon, the incumbent will serve as a
supervising and technical expert in evaluating the quality of medical care in
adult correctional institutions operated by the California Department of
Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR).The incumbent supervises three Physician and
Surgeons and three Nursing Consultants, Program Review staff.Incumbent will assist in the review of
selected health records of inmate patients to evaluate treatment or procedures
related to specific areas of medical care (e.g., clinical services, chronic
care, specialty services, health screenings, diagnostic services, etc.);
evaluate whether the treatment provided is, or is not, compliant with
identified standards; participate in a team of other medical experts and Deputy
Inspectors General in conducting medical inspections at correctional
institutions; provide medical expertise to other team members; evaluate prison
medical operations for compliance with rules, regulations, standards, and
policies; and travel to correctional institutions and related state offices.
Interested applicants must submit a completed, standard state
application (STD 678) and resume to the address indicated. Faxed or e-mailed applications and resumes will not be accepted. Please describe
the basis for your eligibility in the EXPLANATIONS box of the application.
Applications will be accepted from individuals who have list, transfer or
reinstatement eligibility to the class. Appointment is subject to SROA policies. Only the most qualified individuals will be
Prior to employment with the Office of the Inspector General, a background
investigation, including fingerprinting, will be conducted.
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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