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Under the general direction of the Nurse Manager, provides coordination and consultation to Regional Center staff, service providers, clients, and families regarding health and developmental needs and standards of nursing care. Duties include but are not limited to the essential job duties listed below. The primary focus is diagnosis, evaluation, consultation, coordination and serving as a liaison to various entities.

Essential Job Duties
  • Provides coordination and consultation to Regional Center staff, service providers, clients, and families regarding health and developmental needs and standards of nursing care
  • Monitoring of nursing services contracts.
  • Coordination of nursing assessments/level of care determinations by provider nurses
  • Assisting in the coordination of the certifications for the Medicaid Waiver program
  • Consultation and training regarding medical terminology, diagnosis, medical and surgical procedures, medical reports
  • Acting as liaison to respite provider agencies and designated local NICUs
  • Making presentations to staff, parents, providers, and community groups on health-related issues
  • Consultation to Quality Assurance Unit and Placement Committee regarding client health status
  • Consultation with local health care providers regarding client health needs and responding to emergency health issues of clients
  • Performs other related duties as required

Bachelor’s Degree in nursing, a valid R.N. license and a certificate in Public Health Nursing is required. Four years of progressively responsible experience in public health nursing or any combination of training and/or experience that could provide the desired knowledge is preferred. A Master's degree in a related field can be substituted for one year of the required experience.

Knowledge and Abilities
  • Knowledge of the characteristics and health care needs of high risk infants and persons with developmental disabilities
  • Practices of medical nursing; general nursing practices of pediatrics and maternal health; communicable diseases
  • Methods and techniques used in acute care nursing facilities
  • Quality management principles
  • Effective training skills; community services and resources
  • Ability to perform nursing assessments and diagnosis
  • Make oral and written presentations
  • Effectively plan and organize various job requirements
  • Adhere to highest standards of quality in an efficient manner
  • Adapt to changing priorities

Other Requirements
Employees using a private vehicle for agency purposes must maintain a valid driver’s license
and minimum liability insurance coverage.

  • Teamwork: values others, cooperates, is flexible, and collaborates.
  • Respectful Communication: has patience, manages own reactions, and ensures understanding.
  • Professionalism: Respects the Agency and its employees, is positive, responds, follows through, and maintains boundaries.
  • Acknowledge Differences: shows cultural awareness and is mindful of others.
  • Continuous Learning: Is technically competent, demonstrates good judgment, and maintains and builds own skills

Hourly $25.89 to $48.29
Annual $53,851.20 to $100,443.20

POSTING DATE: February 8, 2023 Open until filled

Application Procedure
External Application Procedure: Complete an application at or mail to: San Gabriel/
Pomona Regional Center, 75 Rancho Camino Drive, Pomona, CA 91766. Fax (909)
622-1873 or e-mail application and resume to

Interview Procedure Guidelines: An application will be REQUIRED for the interview process.