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NCBON has gathered information and will continue to send periodic updates regarding COVID-19 as long as North Carolina remains in a state of emergency.

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The Board of Nursing's electronic database serves as the primary source of licensure information for nurses in North Carolina.

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Renew your Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse licensure via the Nurse Gateway.

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Apply for Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse licensure by Examination, Endorsement or Reinstatement via the Nurse Gateway.

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Recent News

Press Release: Individuals Targeting Nurses

The North Carolina Board of Nursing (NCBON) has received information that individuals are contacting nurses via telephone regarding pending investigations and reinstatement following discipline.  The callers may identify themselves as an employee of the NCBON investigating the nurse, or as an employee of a company working with the NCBON to facilitate the licensure reinstatement process following discipline, for a fee.  The caller may have the nurse’s license number or other personal information. These individuals are not affiliated with the NCBON.  The NCBON notifies any nurse under investigation via written correspondence (not telephone), does not request personal bank account information and does not work with a third party company to process reinstatements due to discipline; any request for reinstatement following discipline should go directly through NCBON staff.

U.S. DHHS Issues a Declaration

United States Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) issues declaration under Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness ("PREP") Act authorizing Pharmacists to order and administer vaccines to patients aged 3-18 duriing the COVID-19 health emergency. 

BON Warning about a Scam Targeting Nurse Practitioners

The North Carolina Board of Nursing (NCBON) has received information regarding a scam targeting Nurse Practitioners. The scammers identify themselves as investigators from the NCBON via fraudulent documents from the NCBON. Learn more >>

2019-nCoV Provider Guidance

The latest information to all North Carolina clinicians and laboratory staff regarding the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV).

Important test delivery information pertaining to COVID-19

Testing candidates may review the Pearson Vue COVID-19 Update Page to learn if their testing experience may be impacted and the latest health & safety requirements at Pearson VUE-owned test centers.

Position Announcement

Business Systems Analyst

The North Carolina Board of Nursing is seeking applications for a Business Systems Analyst. Position requires project management, product support, customer support and communication with internal process owners. Applicant must possess strong verbal and written communication skills, ability to deal courteously and professionally with all customers in a prompt and efficient manner, organize work efficiently, demonstrate attention to details and possess strong critical thinking, sound judgment and data-driven decision-making skills. Applicant must be able to work both independently and in a team environment. Major essential functions include: 

• Analyze business and system processes and identify opportunities for improvement, troubleshooting issues and recommending solutions, assessing impact on business processes and developing process flows
• Identify and evaluate business needs; research, collect data and develop project specification documentation
• Monitor internal software for proper functionality, identify system deficiencies/issues, propose solutions to address issues and improvements, leverage automation where possible and project future needs to enhance system, user and customer performance
• Coordinate with developers and process owners to ensure program satisfaction, quality and compatibility
• Collaborate with multi-tasking team and various partners in data governance, reporting and quality initiatives

Education and Experience: Requires a minimum of a bachelor's degree with at least 3 to 5 years professional experience in business analytics and systems design. Technical experience preferred but not required. Prior experience in healthcare, occupational regulatory board or occupational licensure systems a plus!
Salary is commensurate with education and experience. This is a fulltime position located in Raleigh, NC office.
Send letter of interest and current resume to: apply@ncbon.com
Closing Date: October 23, 2020

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