NURSING - REGISTERED NURSE (RN)- FOR A CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
Full-time 7AM - 3:30PM (M-F)
5 MONTH CONTRACT FOR NOW
1. Each Temporary/Relief Registered Nurse (RN) shall possess and maintain throughout the term of
this Agreement, a valid license/certification as noted below in order to perform services in the State of
Vendor shall supply to Management Solution documentation as follows:
a. Valid RN license issued by the California Board of Registered Nursing;
b. Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification from an American Heart Association provider;
c. Employment Eligibility Verification (I-9) form;
d. Current copy of Vendor’s Clinical Competencies/Skills Checklist validating the competency of
Temporary/Relief RN to perform the duties as required by this Agreement. Failure to provide the
competency list will result in refusal of Temporary/Relief RN.
2. Vendor shall provide copies of any required licenses, permits and/or certifications for each
Temporary/Relief RN to Management Solution to be uploaded and maintained in the web-based system
throughout the term of this Agreement. Vendor shall ensure that all required licenses, permits,
certifications and any other requirements outlined herein are current and in effect at all times during the
term of this Agreement.
3. In the event the required licenses, permits and/or certifications are to expire, Vendor shall provide
current/renewed licenses, permits and/or certifications to Management Solution not less than thirty (30)
calendar days prior to their expiration. If, during the course of this Agreement, any of the registrations,
licenses and/or requirements are found to be inactive or not in compliance, CDCR/CCHCS may withhold
payment for services rendered during the expiration period, and Management Solution will immediately
terminate the Temporary/Relief RN. Management Solution reserves the right to terminate this
Agreement should any Vendor requirements herein consistently be non-compliant.
4. Vendor shall verify through the appropriate licensing boards that no current or unresolved adverse
actions have been taken by the State licensing authorities against any Temporary/Relief RN assigned to
CDCR/CCHCS and that all licenses are active and void of misconduct. Management Solution or
CDCR/CCHCS may, at its discretion, verify the current status of assigned Temporary/Relief RN.
5. Vendor shall ensure that each Temporary/Relief RN is in compliance with 8 CCR 5199 standards
for both current N95 and Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) medical clearance and provide
annual general respiratory protection training which is to include reminding employees to request repeat
PLHCP clearance if they develop 1) marked immunocompromise or pregnancy which might require
great respiratory protection than N95s provide or 2) a health condition which might limit N95 or PAPR
use and completion of the annual 8 CCR 5199 Appendix G questionnaire.
All Temporary/Relief Registered Nurses (RN) assigned to CDCR must have the minimum experience
1. Twelve (12) continuous months of experience within the last three (3) years performing services
similar in scope to those defined herein in a public or private institution. Internship does not count toward
the required experience. Clinical competencies must be current.
2. Specialty Services: In addition to the above requirements, Temporary/Relief RN’s that are requested
to work in a specialized area such as Specialty Services, Emergency Department, Inpatient Care and
Obstetrics shall also have at least one (1) year of experience within the last three (3) years providing
patient care within that setting and possess any required certificates. Clinical competencies must be
current and provided to the Institution/Facility prior to the Temporary/Relief RN’s being assigned.
3. Temporary/Relief RN’s providing services to the CDCR must be proficient in the English language and
be able to communicate effectively with the CDCR/CCHCS. All Temporary/Relief RN’s must be able to
speak, understand oral and written communication and write effectively in the English language. Any
Temporary/Relief RN who fails to meet the minimum qualifications shall not be permitted to perform
Service Delivery Requirements
Under the direction of the Institution's CEO/CNE or designee, Temporary/Relief RN’s shall provide
services as permitted within the scope of practice for Registered Nurse in accordance with
Institution/Facility policies and procedures. Duties/Responsibilities shall include, but are not limited to:
a. Plan and implement nursing care including the administration of medication, therapeutic
agents, treatments and disease prevention, orders by the physician, and obtain
specimens for diagnostic testing;
b Participate as a member of the Inter-disciplinary team in developing multi-
disciplinary treatment efforts; assist physicians with medical or minor surgical
procedures, and prepare records and other reports;
c Provide observation, ongoing patient/youth assessments, and therapeutic intervention
consistent with the patient/youth physical and psychological status; evaluate
effectiveness of patient/youth treatment regimens and record progress;
d Document all nursing activities in medical records, including an initial nursing
assessment, treatment interventions, and patient/youth education; and
e. Ensure a safe therapeutic environment for the patient/youth and staff; maintain
order; and supervise the conduct of patient/youth.