Job Opening

Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center has a job opening for a qualified Registered Nurse (RN) in Alhambra, CA

Job Details

FT/PT

Hours:

Flexible Start Time Between 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM 8 Hour Shifts | Alternative Schedule Available Working 9 Hours Monday - Thursday with Every Other Friday Off

Employed

Call Schedule:

No Call

Loan Repayment

Compensation:

$52,468 $95,360 Based on Experience

Benefits:

Medical, dental, and vision free of charge to employee (Buy-up options availabe for dependents)
Life insurance - 1x annual salary
Long term disability
Pension plan - 9% of salary is added to pension with no match or contribution required; voluntary contributions up to 15%
Voluntary benefits include additional life insurance, critical illness insurance, short term disability, legal & ID theft services
12 days sick time
Vacation time- first year 1 week; first year-seventh year 3 weeks, eighth year-fourteenth year 4 weeks; fifteenth year-twentieth year 5 weeks; twenty first year+ 6 weeks
4 days PTO
13 Holidays
Annual merit increases of 5%
Parking pass paid by ELARC
Practice Type: Employee

Setting: Outpatient

Accepts:
J1 Visa
H1B Visa


Requires:
BE
BC


Additional Info:

Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
Valid California license
2 years of nursing experience working in the field of developmental disabilities
Fluency in Spanish is highly desirable
Mostly adult patient population; However the ability to see patients age 3 and up is required

This is a case management position that is mostly administrative responsibilities
Will provide a wide variety of monitoring, consultative and interdisciplinary team-related services, which promote optimal health and safety for individuals with a diagnosis of a developmental disability
Monitor consumers residing in specialized health care homes or community residential homes, making monthly, quarterly or annual visits to these residences to review consumer's health plans and ensure that appropriate health services are provided
May make home visits on a case-by-case basis to assess emergent situations

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