Overview

This position supports the California Department of Public Health’s (CDPH) mission and strategic
plan by ensuring training schools, national certifying examination providers, and continuing education
accrediting organizations are properly evaluated and approved.
The Examiner II, acting as the Clinical Laboratory Inspector (CLI) for the Personnel Licensing
Section of Laboratory Field Services (LFS), will coordinate the evaluation and approval of training
schools, national certifying examination providers, and continuing education accrediting
organizations. Evaluates and approves applications for Public Health Microbiologists (PHM), Clinical
and Public Health Laboratory Directors, Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS), Limited CLS, CLS
trainees, Medical Laboratory Technicians (MLT), and others as needed. Investigates personnel
licensing-related complaints and conducts inspections of training programs. Performs other duties
relevant to the laws and regulations of California Title 17 CCR. Provides expert technical assistance,
resolves issues, and maintains accurate electronic and paper records. Travel both in and out of state
is required up to 50% of the time for inspections, work-related meetings, and training.
The incumbent works under the Examiner III, of the Personnel Licensing Section of LFS.

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About California Department of Public Health, Center for Laboratory Sciences

All California Department of Public Health (CDPH) employees perform work that is of the utmost importance, where each employee is important in supporting and promoting an environment of equity, diversity, and inclusivity, essential to the delivery of the department’s mission. All employees are valued and should understand that their contributions and the contributions of their team members derive from different cultures, backgrounds, and life experiences, supporting innovations in public health services and programs for California.