Intelligence Analyst at Ohio Board of Pharmacy

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Intelligence Analyst at Ohio Board of Pharmacy

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Primary Location: United States of America-OHIO-Franklin County
Organization: Pharmacy Board
Classified Indicator: Classified
Bargaining Unit / Exempt: Exempt
Schedule: Full-time
Work Hours: 8 am to 5 pm
Compensation: $25.50 to $36.33
Unposting Date: Ongoing
Job Function: Business

The State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy shall act efficiently, consistently, and impartially in the public interest to pursue optimal standards of pharmacy practice through communication, education, legislation, licensing, and enforcement.

Job Responsibilities:

Manages and maintains the intelligence program for the Board of Pharmacy (i.e., PRX), (i.e., develops, revises, and implements policies and standard operating procedures governing the PRX intelligence program; ensures strict compliance to laws and rules concerning intelligence gathering activity; identifies information and intelligence requirements of PRX and designs intelligence and information processes and systems to meet these requirements (e.g., uses case law and feedback from field staff and subject matter experts in best practices to ensure processes are performed consistently and are compliant with all provisions of criminal and civil law; and ensures effective and accurate analysis to investigative staff); participates in continuing education to stay abreast of the latest criminal and intelligence theories, techniques, and new information technology in the criminal intelligence industry.

Provides direct support to ongoing investigations by providing investigative analysis and critical front-line intelligence support (i.e., reviews and analyzes complex and/or sophisticated data from the Ohio Automated Rx Reporting System (OARRS) and other records from health information systems to identify statistical outliers in prescribing, dispensing, or distribution of controlled substances and dangerous drugs; identifies prescription drug trends within dispensing and wholesale data reported to PRX; analyzes and compares public health overdose death data with prescribing, dispensing, and distribution data to identify trends, statistical outliers, and investigative insights; reviews overdose death data from medical examiners and coroners to identify aberrant prescribers, dispensers, distributors, as well as abuse trends); prepares and submits for dissemination, intelligence materials that may be of value to PRX or other law enforcement groups (i.e., develops complex reports that detail all findings to clearly illustrate the facts of the data analyzed); conducts briefings to present intelligence data to PRX or other law enforcement groups.

Completion of undergraduate core program in business administration, management science or public administration; 2 yrs. trg. or 2 yrs. exp. in supervisory, administrative &/or managerial position.

-Or completion of undergraduate core program in academic field commensurate with program area to be assigned per approved Position Description on file; 2 yrs. trg. or 2 yrs. exp. in supervisory, administrative &/or managerial position or staff position involving planning, research &/or policy/procedure development.

-Or 4 yrs. trg. or 4 yrs. exp. in business administration management science or public administration.

-Or 1 yr. exp. as Program Administrator 1, 63122.

-Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above

Knowledge of supervisory principles/techniques; business administration, management science or public administration; public relations; employee training & development; interviewing; public accounting. Ability to gather, collate & classify information about data, people or things; define problems, collect data, establish facts & draw valid conclusions; deliver speeches before government officials & general public; write, letters, papers & reports; handle sensitive telephone & face-to-face inquiries & contacts with general public; interview job applicants to determine work best suited to them.

The initial probationary period for all newly hired employees will be 365 days. Unless required by legislation or union contract, starting salary will be set at step 1 of the pay range.

Background Check Information

The final candidate selected for this position will be required to undergo an extensive background investigation. Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an application from consideration for a position. An individual assessment of an applicant's prior conviction(s) will be made before excluding an applicant from consideration.

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