Description of Duties:
Will conduct investigation of alleged violations of the Nurse Practice Act and Board rules and regulations and participate in informal conferences and formal disciplinary hearings. Will participate in depositions, prepare cases for informal conferences and will recommend case disposition to the appropriate department supervisor and/or manager. See attached job description for further details.See job description for further details.
General Qualification Requirements:
Experience and Training:
Ability to speak and write effectively and to maintain communications while enforcing rules and regulations. Knowledge of investigative methods and experience conducting investigations, writing investigative reports and testifying at hearings preferred. Two years experience or specialized training in areas related to agency mission. Must have a minimum of one year experience with computers and various word processing software (Word preferred).
Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Sociology or related field from an accredited college or university.
Military Occupational Codes:
Army:31B, 31D, 35L, 35M, 311A, 31A Navy: EOD, FC, GM, IS, MA, SB, SO, 181X, 182X, 642X, 644X, 649X, 742X, 744X, 749X Coast Guard: IV, 401, 023, 024, 47, 84, INV, OAP12, OAP14 Marines: 5813, 5819, 5821, 5822, 5805, 7596 Air Force: 1NOX1, 3POX1, 7SOX1, 13CX, 13DX, 14NX, 31PX, 71SX
Please go to agency website at www.bon.texas.gov for an application and job description. Download state job application at Work In Texas Job Bank. We do not accept applications by email or fax. Applications should be mailed to the contact person and address listed above and must be postmarked by the closing date. Selected applicants will be notified as to further instructions regarding interviews. If an accommodation is needed, please call Mark Majek at (512)305-6801 (Voice), (512)305-7401 (FAX) or 1-800-RELAY-TX (TDD).