INVESTIGATORNC Board of Nursing
NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF NURSING
The North Carolina Board of Nursing is seeking an Investigator in the Legal Department. Applicants must have knowledge of laws and rules regulating nursing; standards of nursing practice; and related state and federal statutes.
Primary responsibilities of this position are investigating complaints of potential violations of the Nursing Practice Act. Applicant must be a strong communicator (both written and verbal), with interview skills, analytical skills, and report writing skills. Successful applicant must have the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, be self motivated, and have excellent time management skills. Individual selected must have the ability to effectively communicate with employers, licensees and attorneys, prepare investigative reports, make recommendations for case disposition and provide cogent, effective testimony in contested cases. Additional responsibilities include responding to inquires related to nursing practice, consultation with employers, and preparing and conducting presentations. Applicant must be proficient in Microsoft Office with the ability to learn custom software applications.
Applicant must be a registered nurse with a BS degree; must have been actively engaged in nursing practice for a minimum of five consecutive years; must have an unencumbered license to practice nursing in North Carolina or be eligible for licensure in North Carolina. Investigation or risk management experience is highly desirable. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Fulltime position located in Board of Nursing’s Raleigh office. Valid driver’s license and travel required.
Deadline for applications is Friday, March 16, 2018. Send letter or letter of interest and current resume to: