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College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta

Investigation Officers



Company Information

The College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta serves the public by regulating registered nurses in order to promote and support safe, competent, ethical nursing care and providing progressive, innovative leadership that encourages professional excellence and influences health policy.

Job Description

Investigation Officers – Professional Conduct

We are seeking two dynamic professionals to conduct impartial investigations in accordance with the Health Professions Act (HPA) and under the delegated authority of the Complaints Director. This role involves independent work, travel throughout Alberta and the workload is based on cases assigned (approximately 0.50 FTE).

Your Primary Responsibilities

  • Conduct investigations in accordance with HPA, privacy legislation and CARNA and Professional Conduct policies and procedures

  • Interview complainants, members and witnesses as appropriate

  • Collect and analyze relevant documents, records and policies

  • Provide appropriate communication to members, complainants, witnesses, union representatives and the professional conduct team throughout the investigation

  • Interact with individuals experiencing personal distress

  • Manage documents, evidence and equipment securely and confidentially, in accordance with relevant legislation and CARNA policy

  • Complete investigations and submit accurate investigation reports using the conduct investigation report template within a set timeframe

  • Manage investigations with competing demands and timelines

  • Contribute to continuous improvement of the investigation process


You Possess

  • Baccalaureate degree in nursing or related field. NCIT investigation training preferred.

  • Minimum seven to nine years of experience in nursing or related field at both staff and management levels. Experience conducting investigations is an asset.

  • Current CARNA membership in good standing

  • Strong written and oral communication, conflict resolution and interview skills

  • Ability to work independently, manage multiple priorities and be flexible in scheduling interviews

  • Proficiency in MS Word and Outlook, electronic databases, electronic platforms to manage investigation documents and social media

  • Ability to work remotely and travel within Alberta as required

  • Tools and equipment required to perform the Investigation Officer role

    We offer an excellent compensation package, regularly celebrate accomplishments and milestones and host team events.

If this interests you, we invite you to submit a resume via email quoting file QA‑2361 to by Aug. 28, 2017. Thank you for your interest!

Contact Information

College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta
Posting Date: 04-Aug-2017Medical/Healthcare Permanent, Part-Time Open 1 ASAP
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