Nurse Practitioner Visa Sponsorship Available

December 12, 2023
£311.5 - £336.9 / year

Job Description



Job Description and Duties



Annual salary: $311,496 – $336,900 (Time-Limited Board Certified)

Annual salary: $304,764 – $320,028 (Lifetime Board Certified)

Annual salary range: $288,756 – $303,216 (Pre-Board Certified)

  • Physicians who provide care at certain institutions are paid an additional 15% stipend on top of their base pay.


California Correctional Health Care Services is advancing both the science of correctional medicine and the careers of physicians committed to providing high-quality primary care, such as you. Whatever your professional interests are, we can assist you in honing your abilities in public health, illness management and education, addiction medicine, and many other areas.


We now have openings at Valley State Prison in Chowchilla. This rural community in the middle valley is a short drive from the bedroom cities of Merced and Fresno. You can explore Yosemite National Park, experience regional wines, and cheer on the Fresno State Bulldogs from here.


In this welcoming and collaborative environment, you will:


  • Take advantage of a practical patient panel.
  • Provide primary care to our diverse patient group.
  • Patients should be educated about chronic disease management.


Call (877) 793-4473 or send your CV to to take the first step towards joining this great multidisciplinary team.


You can also apply online by visiting

The Duty Statement contains more information about the position.

Job Code:


Position number(s):


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$11,368.00 – $12,851.00 J

Working Location:

The county of Madera


In the workplace

Job Tye:

Permanent and Full-Time


Valley State Penitentiary


Department Information


Through education, treatment, and active engagement in rehabilitative and restorative justice programmes, we improve public safety and encourage effective community reintegration.


To facilitate the successful reintegration of individuals in our care back into their communities by providing education, treatment, rehabilitative, and restorative justice programmes in a safe and humane environment.

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, as well as California Correctional Health Care Services, are dedicated to creating a welcoming and culturally diverse workplace. We are committed to attracting and hiring more applicants from different communities, as well as empowering all employees with diverse cultural backgrounds, opinions, and personal experiences. We are happy to promote inclusion and encourage collaborative efforts to boost representation within the Department.

In exchange for your efforts, we offer genuine career balance with all of the stability and advantages that come with working for the State of California:

  • 40 Hours workweek
  • Paid time off and a generous holiday schedule
  • Assistance with relocation for persons new to State of California service.
  • Strong 401(k) and 457 retirement plans (tax-deferred up to $45,000-$60,000 every year)
  • Paid continuing education with paid time off to attend
  • Dedicated visa sponsorship assistance
  • Malpractice insurance that covers everything
  • and a lot more





Special Conditions


Prior to appointment, candidates new to CCHCS must submit to a background check process that includes Live Scan Fingerprinting and Tuberculosis (TB) testing, followed by department yearly TB testing/evaluation.

To ensure a legal workforce, CCHCS employs E-Verify in its hiring operations. Please visit for additional information about E-Verify.





Instructions for Use

Dates displayed on Mobile Bar Codes, such as the USPS’s Quick Response (QR) Codes, are not considered Postmark dates for the purpose of assessing timely filing of an application.

Date of Last Filing: Until Filled






Who Can Apply?

Individuals who are currently in the classification, are eligible for lateral transfer, are eligible for reinstatement, have list eligibility, are pursuing list eligibility, or have SROA and/or Surplus eligibility (please attach your letter, if applicable). Because SROA and Surplus applicants are given precedence, individuals with additional qualifications may be considered if no SROA or Surplus candidates apply.

Only the most qualified applicants will be chosen to move forward in the selection process after their applications have been assessed. The Minimum Qualifications listed in the Classification Specification(s) must be met by applicants.





How to Apply

To apply for this Job Posting, complete Application Packages (containing your Examination/Employment Application (STD 678) and any applicable or required papers) must be provided. Applications can be submitted electronically using your CalCareer Account at When submitting your application in physical copy, you must include a completed copy of the Application Package listing. If you do not wish to apply electronically, you may submit a hard copy application packet using one of the methods given below:





Mailing Address for Application Packages

You can send your application and any other documents to:

Correctional Health Care Services in California

Attention: The Centralised Hiring Unit

Unit for Centralised Hiring

Personnel D-2, PO Box 588500

Elk Grove, California 95758





Drop-Off Location for Application Packages

You can drop off your application and any necessary documentation at:

Correctional Health Care Services in California

Unit for Centralised Hiring

Personnel D-2, 8280 Longleaf Drive

Elk Grove, California 95758

On weekends and holidays, your drop-off locations may be closed.

08:00 AM – 05:00 PM





Documents Required in the Application Package

The following documents must be presented with your application. Applicants who do not submit the required items on time may be disqualified from consideration for this position:

  • Current version of the STD Form 678 (when not applying electronically) or the Electronic State Employment Application through your Applicant Account at To explain how you meet the Minimum Qualifications for the post, including all experience and education related to the Minimum Qualifications specified on the Classification Specification.
  • A resume is not required. It is optional but may be included.

Applicants who want reasonable accommodations for the job interview process must seek them if they are scheduled for a hiring interview. The request should be made when contacting the company to schedule the interview. If you have any questions about reasonable accommodations, please contact the EEO contact specified on this job offering.





Information on How to Contact Us

The Hiring Unit Contact is ready to answer any questions you may have about the position or the application process.



Contact Person for the Hiring Unit:

(877) 793-4473

Requests for Reasonable Accommodations should be directed to the interview scheduler at the time the interview is arranged. If you have any further questions about Reasonable Accommodations or Equal Employment Opportunity for this position(s), please contact the Department’s EEO Office.



Contact Person for EEO:

Coordinator of EEO (916) 691-6035


Telephone Relay Service of California: 1-800-735-2929 (TTY), 1-800-735-2922 (Voice). TTY is a Telecommunications Device for the Deaf and is only accessible from phones that have a TTY Device.


Date of Last Filing: Until Filled

Every Friday, applications will be examined.




Equal Opportunity Employer

The State of California treats all employees equally, regardless of age, ancestry, colour, disability (mental and physical), exercising the right to family care and medical leave, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, military or veteran status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religious creed, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and related medical conditions), and sexual orientation.

The goal of the state of California is to achieve a drug-free workplace. Any applicant for state employment will be required to act in accordance with this goal because the use of illegal narcotics is contrary to state legislation, Civil Service standards, and the special trust placed in public officials.