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5 days ago

Staff Nurse II, Short Hour - Grade 69

Kaiser Permanente Walnut Creek, CA

• Identifies patient/family learning needs and acts to meet them. • Demonstrates an awareness of and sensitivity to… Kaiser Permanente

5 days ago

Compliance Consultant III

Kaiser Permanente Oakland, CA

Researches, plans, implements, and monitors a broad portfolio of compliance systems and initiatives to enable organizational compliance with all… Kaiser Permanente

19 days ago

Sourcing Director

Kaiser Permanente Oakland, CA

• Work over 3-5 months per category to create breakthrough strategies which both deliver quick wins and genuine innovative breakthroughs… Kaiser Permanente

5 days ago

Laboratory Assistant II - Grade

Kaiser Permanente Vallejo, CA

• Completes appropriate routing, handling, and processing of various medical specimens. • Orders, distributes and stocks… Kaiser Permanente

7 days ago

Intermediate Identity Infrastructure Operations Engineer

Kaiser Permanente Pleasanton, CA

You will work with clients on access reviews. You will use your strong technical and troubleshooting ability to root cause access review issues and… Kaiser Permanente

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    Current Employee - Unit Assistant in Walnut Creek, CA
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    It can give great job security over the years of service. Depending on the department you work for, there can be a sense of "family" with working with the same employees and staff. Also if you move to a different city there is the advantage of transfering to another Kaiser, and not losing your senority. They can also offer great medical and dental benefits in this day and age so important.


    Over the years rumors of layoffs or changes seem to always get "leaked" before the official word from management, which is unsettling to those involved. Sometimes changes are made in departments or management that aren't always thought out and end up being changed multiple times during the process. Sometimes upper management loses touch with the front line worker and what is really needed to make things work in the proper setting. Just having a MBA, PHD or years of schooling doesn't mean you actually know how to do a job unless you actually "do the job" and can understand the challenges the effected faces in that situation.

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