Registered Nurse II – Corrections*
Pay Range: $88,254.40 - $120,078.40 Annually
Job ID: 23-18062-01
San Bernardino, 92415
The County is recruiting for Registered Nurses who provide professional nursing care and services in the Sheriff's and Probation departments within the juvenile and adult correctional facilities. Medical care is provided to inmates and wards from the time of booking through release. All inmates and wards are medically screened upon arrival and evaluated for medical and mental health conditions which could require continued care and treatment. As part of a team of health professionals, Registered Nurses II - Corrections provide a full range of services including daily sick call, medication administration, treatments, dialysis, radiology services, dental care, and psychiatric care.
- Must possess and maintain a current license as Registered Nurse in the State of California.
- Must possess Basis Life Support (BLS) certification
- Must possess two (2) years of experience as a Registered Nurse in a health care delivery setting involving direct patient care – OR – Six (6) months of experience as a Registered Nurse in a correctional or detention facility, hospital jail ward, psychiatric hospital or psychiatric jail ward.
About the Hospital
The Sheriff's Health Services Division strives for excellence and professionalism, individually, and as a team. Extensive initial orientation and ongoing training is provided to entry level and experienced Registered Nurses to develop the clinical skills specific for correctional healthcare with post orientation mentoring. Correctional Registered Nurses work closely with Sheriff's custody staff as part of a team of partners in healthcare including physicians, dentists, specialists, mental health professionals, and support staff. The department offers a safe working environment, complimentary meals during working hours and an onsite gym.
The San Bernardino County Probation Department has always represented the very best of law and justice agencies throughout the state. The Department supervises and provides case management services for approximately 16,800 adult offenders, and 600 youth offenders.