Director, Diversion Prevention

Post #
7438
Company
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
Department
Organizational Performance Improvement
Hours/Shift
Full-time; M-F Days, Variable
Salary
Roswell Park offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
Description of Duties

The Director, Diversion Prevention provides oversight, strategic direction, and management of daily operations for the Drug Diversion Prevention, Detection, and Response Program; accountable for all aspects of drug diversion prevention, education, monitoring, investigating, and reporting at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center; accountable for diversion prevention, education, monitoring, auditing, investigating and reporting for Roswell Park as directed.

Qualifications

Applicants must have a Doctorate degree in Nursing, Pharmacy or in a healthcare-related field and the equivalent of four years of full-time clinical healthcare experience, DEA regulatory experience, or experience conducting drug diversion investigations, interviewing witnesses, and investigative report processing; or a Master’s degree in Nursing, Pharmacy or in a healthcare-related field and the equivalent of five years of full-time clinical healthcare experience, DEA regulatory experience, or experience conducting drug diversion investigations, interviewing witnesses, and investigative report processing, or a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, Pharmacy or in a healthcare-related field and the equivalent of six years of full-time clinical healthcare experience, DEA regulatory experience, or experience conducting drug diversion investigations, interviewing witnesses, and investigative report processing; or Any combination of education/experience/training that demonstrates the ability of the individual to perform director-level duties and fulfill the responsibilities of the Director, Diversion Prevention. The preferred candidate will have the ability to find solutions to difficult human, technical, clinical, and/or administrative problems, to form working relationships with internal contacts as necessary to effectively advise, consult, or counsel to gain cooperation and acceptance of ideas or actions, and to achieve results and meet deadlines without explicit instructions. They will have an understanding of and ability to establish/monitor techniques, policies, and procedures used by those who deliver care, the ability to influence professionals irrespective of reporting relationship, and demonstrated commitment to values and principles of the Office of General Counsel (OGC), including sustained strong performance in the areas of leadership/teamwork and engagement/ownership.

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