Employment Opportunities with the Division of Health Service Regulation
Looking for an exciting shot in a fast-paced environment that offers opportunities to make a difference in the lives of North Carolina’s most vulnerable citizens?
The Division of Health Service Regulation oversees medical, mental health and group care homes, emergency medical services and local jails. We ensure that people receiving care in these facilities are safe and receive appropriate care. Career opportunities include the Facility Survey Consultant (FSC I) classification. The FSC I is responsible for surveying facilities that are regulated by our division and ensuring compliance with state and federal requirements. Requirements for this position may include experience and/or licensing as a registered nurse, social worker, dietitian or psychologist.
There are a variety of positions available in the division, in the Raleigh office as well as across the state. For a listing of the current vacancies, visit the Career Opportunities for the Division of Health Service Regulation web page. These positions include generous leave, health and insurance benefits. Information on these benefits can be found by visiting the Office of State Personnel (OSP) website. For specific benefits visit DHHS Employee Orientation, which is designed to help you understand the DHHS community and provide important resources and information concerning DHHS jobs and departmental policies.
To apply for a posted vacancy with the Division, submit a State of North Carolina Application for Employment Form, PD-107 (DOC, 147 KB) and State Application Continuation Page, PD-107A (DOC, 58 KB) to Nikki Kessinger, Human Resources Office, Division of Health Service Regulation, 2715 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC, 27699-2715 (Fax: 919-715-3379, Phone: 919-855-3859). Application must be received in the Human Resources Office by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date listed on the vacancy posting. Note: Due to the requirement that each application form include the applicant's signature, it is not possible to accept an application form via e-mail.To learn more about the work of the Division of Health Service Regulation, explore this website!