Full-time position as Compliance Investigator for the North Dakota Board of Nursing and accountable to the Executive Director. The Compliance Investigator assists in the implementation of the Board’s mission, goals, laws, regulations and public policies. The Compliance Investigator conducts pre-disciplinary case investigation for complaints alleging violations of North Dakota Century Code 43-12.1-14. The Compliance Investigator collects, organizes, examines, and clarifies information regarding nursing practice and the compliance/disciplinary process for decision-making by the North Dakota Board of Nursing. This includes Unlicensed Assistive Person determination of registry status and disciplinary process. The Compliance Investigator possesses excellent communication, decision-making, problem-solving and interpersonal skills, with demonstrated high ethical standards. The Compliance Investigator also performs duties associated with administrative functions for the Compliance Division of the North Dakota Board of Nursing.
Responsibilities include office records management including records retention and assisting with open record requests and provides administrative support for the Associate Director for Compliance, Associate Director for Practice, and other related duties assigned by the Executive Director.
- Baccalaureate degree required in nursing, business administration, social science, health science, or behavioral science, criminal justice, legal, or other closely related field
- Minimum of two years of work-related experience demonstrating analytic ability and communication skills necessary to conduct investigations
- Knowledge of nursing practice standards and investigative experience preferred
DESIRABLE CHARACTERISTICS AND KNOWLEDGE
- Works collaboratively with both individuals and groups
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
- Ability to interpret and analyze information
- Apply laws and regulations
- Possesses effective oral and written communication skills
- Possesses critical thinking skills
- Ability to establish and maintain records and filing systems
- Prepare written reports and correspondence using appropriate terminology
- Ability to operate required office computers and equipment
Cover Letter, Resume and other documents can be uploaded from your Job Service account to the online Job Order 567036
or Mailed to North Dakota Board of Nursing.
To apply send a cover letter with a current resume to the North Dakota Board of Nursing attention Stacey Pfenning DNP APRN FNP.
The application must be received into the Board Office or uploaded online to the Job Service posting by June 3, 2019
Three letters of reference are recommended to have available when selected as interview candidate.
Mailed Application should be addressed to:
North Dakota Board of Nursing
919 South 7th Street, Suite 504
Bismarck, ND 58504
Attention: Stacey Pfenning DNP APRN FNP