Supervisor, Employee Health in Glendale, CA at Volt

Date Posted: 2/14/2020

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Job Description

Our client is looking for an Employee Health Supervisor based in Los Angeles. 

You will oversees all operations relating to health services and compensation. Manage health and compensation programs and supervises and performs various special projects. Coordinate surveillance, prevention and control activities that reduce risk of illness and injury to employees, and to prevent the spread of infections to patients. Supervises and directs the activities of various levels of assigned personnel using both professional and supervisory discretion and independent judgment.

Minimum Education

Bachelor's Degree in nursing or equivalent combination of education/related experience: Required Master's Degree: Preferred

Minimum Work Experience

Five years' nursing experience in a hospital or healthcare setting: Preferred One year's employee health and workers' compensation experience: Preferred

Required Licenses Registered Nurses

Registered Nurse (RN) licensure: Required Other

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation certified (CPR certification): Required

Refer to the Required Licenses and Certifications list for additional job and/or unit specific requirements.


Adhere to our clients Mission, Vision and Values statements. Complies with behavioral standards, policies, procedures and handbooks established by the organization and their respective ministries. Abides by the guiding principles of the Code of Conduct.


Assists with the design of controls for injury prevention and health surveillance related to actual and potential hazards in the work environment. Conducts and documents employee health program evaluations  including measurement of quality of interventions, legal and regulatory compliance . Develops strategic plans for the health and compensation programs, which includes short-term and long-term goals and measurable objectives.

Identifies opportunities to collaborate to enhance employee safety and mitigate risk for employee illness or injury. Develops and monitors the budget process to provide efficient and cost effective employee health compensation services. Develops, administers and maintains the policies of employee health consistent with the organization's general policies, as well as legal, labor, and regulatory guidelines.

Educates leadership and staff regarding new or proposed regulations that impact employee compensation. Maintains health, administrative and program records and safeguard confidentiality of employee information in compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Provides health and safety information and services to employees. Collects and analyzes work environment data to establish health priorities and interventions.

Coordinates health screening and surveillance. Assists in managing outbreaks among personnel. Assists in ensuring all necessary pre-employment actions are appropriately addressed and completed ensuring medical clearance is achieved before an employee is orientated.

Assigns work responsibilities and work schedules, monitors work assignments and evaluates staff performance. Ensure compliance in the work environment.

Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

VOLT is an equal opportunity employer