Health facilities evaluator Nurse job - page 2
Anybody had experience(or an idea) with this job? Workload and job description. I know that they go to facilities for license renewal but No idea how is the job interms of paperworks or workload. ... Read More
0Jan 15, '13 by jbhaktidogHello Colleagues,
A few tidbits not mentioned in the comments so far...if anyone is still looking for this discussion....
HFEN in California hires for local areas, so the travel is strictly for a particular region of your city.
California's HFEN only requires one year of experience; interestingly, considering the description that some gave of the exam.
And California's HFEN pays you, once hired, (after passing the two-part exam, written and interview) for didactic training, 3 months of it!
An example of a region in California. I live in North San Diego County.... there is a HFEN specifically for our North County facilities, so the greatest distances traveled would be at most 20 miles. Here in San Diego, folks travel a lot more miles than that to get to their jobs.
The job description does read as quite interesting and engaging...and also quite a thorough experience requiring detail to work duties/standards. REading from the postcard they sent to recruit me: Flexible schedules; Educational opportunities; Comprehensive Benefits; Salary ranges from $5620 - $6469 monthly; Travel is required with per diem.
Good luck to all going for it!
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0Jan 18, '14 by yoyo1908Do you plan on interviewing? I live in Southern California as well and applied for the position. Anyone else have any interview or position information!
0Jan 20, '14 by yoyo1908Can you tell me about daily schedule? How much time did you spend in Sacaremento?