Do you work in professional regulation, patient safety or healthcare risk management? Workplace investigations and management, particularly in a healthcare setting? Medical legal investigation or forensics? Are you a keen investigator? The BC College of Nursing Professionals (BCCNP) has a great opportunity available for the full-time regular position of Professional Conduct Review (PCR) Investigator.
Working as an investigator, you will plan and conduct investigations of complaints ranging from nursing competence deficits to patient neglect and abuse. Your role includes interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence, drafting and presenting investigation reports, negotiating agreements with registrants at the direction of the statutory decision-maker, and communicating outcomes to relevant parties. You may be called to testify at a discipline hearing. Your work will be supported by a dedicated team of investigators and legal counsel with backgrounds in nursing, investigation, regulation, and the law.
An NP, LPN, RN, or RPN designation or equivalent training is an asset, as is direct experience conducting investigations. Equivalent education and experience will be considered. Please highlight any area of specific investigative expertise in your application.
BCCNP is the college empowered under the Health Professions Act to regulate the practice of all licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and nurse practitioners in British Columbia. Regulation helps protect the public by ensuring that the healthcare they receive from nurses is competent and ethical, and that the profession maintains a suitable membership capable of providing safe and effective care.
At BCCNP each of us strives to meet our commitment to the following values to maintain a workplace that is respectful and supports the well-being of every BCCNP employee:
As a member of the team, you can expect to be treated in a respectful and professional manner. While your workload will be busy, the college supports staff in achieving a healthy work-life balance.
Reporting to the Director, Inquiry and Discipline and working as a key member of the professional conduct review team, the PCR Investigator investigates complaints about BCCNP registrants, drafts and presents investigation reports, negotiates outcomes directed by the statutory decision-maker, and communicates the outcomes to the relevant parties.
Note: This position may require some limited travel, typically within the province and for short durations.
As the successful candidate, you will enjoy a generous compensation and benefits package.
Please forward your resume and cover letter, indicating where you learned of this opportunity, to
firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for applications is February 9, 2020.
To learn more about our organization, please visit www.bccnp.ca. Thank you for your interest in the BC College of Nursing Professionals.
While we appreciate all responses, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.