Job Description and Duties
This position is being re-advertised to increase the candidate pool. If you have previously applied, you do not need to reapply.

Employees appointed to this classification shall receive a Recruitment and Retention Differential of $200 per month.

This position supports the California Department of Public Health’s (CDPH) mission and strategic plan by providing the first level of supervision to Health Facilities Evaluator Nurses responsible for surveying health care facilities and enforcing licensing and certification standards in accordance with State, Federal, and local laws and regulations. The Health Facilities Evaluator II (Supervisor) (HFE II Sup) reviews all reports, surveys and correspondence prepared by field staff, and State Fire Marshalls. The HFE II (Sup) communicates with the public and health facility operators/administrators on policy, procedures, and regulatory interpretations. The HFE II (Sup) is responsible for working together with Program personnel to ensure quality work and performance, in order to achieve established goals and objectives and fulfill the mission of the Department. Up to 25% travel is required.

The incumbent works under the direction of the Health Facilities Evaluator Manager I.

To gain list eligibility please click the link below to register for the Health Facilities Evaluator II (Supervisor) examination:


You must have a form of eligibility to be considered for the position, see the “Who May Apply” section below for details. Obtaining eligibility is a separate process from applying for the Job Control.

A hybrid telework schedule may be available for this position, in accordance with CDPH’s Telework Policy and Procedures.

The attached duty statement indicates whether this position is eligible for telework. All employees who telework are required to be California residents in accordance with Government Code 14200, and may be required to report to a CDPH office, when needed. Candidates who reside outside of the state of California may be interviewed; however, the selected candidate must have a primary residency in the state of California prior to appointment (and continue to maintain California residency) as a condition of employment. Failure to meet this requirement may result in the job offer being rescinded.


About California Department of Public Health

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) works to protect the public's health in the Golden State and helps shape positive health outcomes for individuals, families and communities. The Department's programs and services, implemented in collaboration with local health departments and state, federal and private partners, touch the lives of every Californian and visitor to the state 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our Shared Vision
CDPH public health professionals, researchers, scientists, doctors, nurses, and other staff­ members have a shared vision to protect and improve the health of all Californians. We are dedicated to public service and passionate about our work and the people and communities we serve and protect.