Under minimal supervision, analyzes, processes, refers, and evaluates complaints received and determines whether an investigation should be initiated. Interprets Professional and Occupational Licensing (POL) Board statutes and regulations, and applies them as required. Works closely with Office of General Counsel and Advice Attorneys with coordination of legal actions required on investigations. Documents all complaint activities into the case management system (ReLAES). Responds to telephone calls, emails, and other inquires, in a timely manner.
Minimum and Additional Requirements:
A bachelor's degree and relevant program experience.
Attorney or Paralegal with regulatory activities experience.
May require extended work hours and may need to bend, stoop, kneel and lift up to 20 pounds.
State of South Carolina - 14 months ago