Plumas District Hospital

Director of Nursing / Distinct Part Nursing Facility

Job Locations US-CA-Quincy
Type Regular Full-Time
Job ID
Nursing Opportunities
USD $59.75/Hr.
USD $85.19/Hr.

Nature and Scope

As the Director of Nursing (DON), you’ll pave the way in upholding the highest standards of care delivery. Throughout your journey to grow Plumas District Hospital, you’ll enable the success to supervise all aspects of nursing services, ensuring adherence to regulations, fostering a culture of excellence, and promoting a collaborative environment among the healthcare team. The DON will play a pivotal role in upholding the highest standards of care delivery. The successful candidate will oversee all aspects of nursing services, ensuring adherence to regulations, fostering a culture of excellence, and promoting a collaborative environment among the healthcare team. DON manages and/or leads the nursing department to meet legal, organizational, and medical staff guidelines in order that optimum health care delivery may be implemented. Organize, direct, plan, assess, implement, and lead the nursing services of the Plumas District Hospital including Skilled nursing facility.



We are located at 1065 Bucks Lake Road, Quincy, CA 95971.


Compensation Philosophy: We have 13 pay increments on our clinical pay scales to compensate successful candidate for 30 years of relevant experience

Compensation Range: $59.75 - $85.19 / hour

Sign on Bonus: $10,000.00

Housing Stipend: We provide three months of paid housing or $1,200.00 / month housing stipend for the first three months of employment

Job Status / Shift Information

Full-time and weekdays



Bachelor's or Master's degree in nursing or related field. Current registered nurse (RN) license in the state of California.


Minimum 5 years of progressive nursing leadership experience in a skilled nursing facility setting.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Knowledge of Joint Commission standards and experience in maintaining accreditation. Strong understanding of healthcare regulations, quality improvement processes, and evidence-based nursing practices. Excellent communication, leadership, and interpersonal skills. Proven ability to lead and motivate a diverse nursing team. Proficient in using electronic health records (EHR) and other relevant technology. Ability to make sound decisions under pressure and manage multiple priorities effectively. Commitment to patient-centered care and continuous quality improvement.


Must meet physical requirements as stated on job description addendum



  • Provide visionary leadership to the nursing staff, setting clear expectations, and fostering a culture of teamwork and continuous improvement.
  • Ensure the delivery of safe, effective, and patient-centered care in accordance with established policies, procedures, and regulatory guidelines.
  • Monitor and evaluate nursing practices, outcomes, and processes to maintain standards and drive quality improvement initiatives.
  • Develop and implement professional development plans for nursing staff, encouraging ongoing education and training to enhance skills and knowledge.
  • Stay abreast of federal, state, and local regulations impacting nursing practices and ensure the facility's compliance with all applicable laws.


Benefits / Perks

  • Inclusive and connected work environment
  • Excellent Medical, Pharmacy, Dental, and Vision Plans
  • Competitive Compensation and Considerable Paid Time Off
  • Retirement Plans with 3% company contribution
  • Discounted memberships with Sierra Saver/ Flight Care
  • Paid days for continuing education, bereavement and jury duty
  • And more! Visit to review more details on current options available


Why Plumas District Hospital

Work in a setting with rugged canyons, crystal clear lakes, grassy meadows, trout-filled streams, fresh pine forests, and brilliant star-filled skies. This is your chance to provide compassionate care with exceptional customer service at Plumas District Hospital. With a diverse population with people from all walks of life, PDH team members provide the residents of Quincy and the surrounding area with essential health care services that are vital to this small mountain community. PDH is located in Quincy, California which is the largest community in Plumas County and has a population of 5,000 residents. Quincy is nestled against the Western slope of the Sierra Nevada mountain range and tucked in at the edge of the lush American Valley. Chico, California is 80 miles west and Reno, Nevada is 80 miles east of Quincy. Join a medical team that puts community first. Click this link to learn more about PDH providers, services, and surrounding community today!

Contact Information

Recruiter Name: Nicholas Clawson

Department Phone: 530-283-7169

Department Email:

Department Location: 1065 Bucks Lake Road Quincy, California 95971


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