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Under general direction, to serve as a consultant to the Board, its staff, and the Chiropractic Quality Review Panels regarding the professional competence of chiropractors; to provide chiropractic expertise in the review of chiropractic investigations and evaluations of the professional conduct of licensees in relation to the requirements of the law; to assist in the preparation of administrative or court actions by providing chiropractic expertise; to serve as an expert witness; to monitor probationers of the Board; and to do other related work.
A Chiropractic Consultant, Board of Chiropractic Examiners, makes recommendations based on the review of complaints against chiropractors to assure compliance with laws relating to professional and individual competence; consults with the Executive Secretary in the preparation of evidence for presentation before the Board of Chiropractic Examiners and Chiropractic Quality Review Panels; consults with the Attorney General's Office Review Panels; consults with the Attorney General's Office in the preparation of legal actions; assists in the interview of witnesses and interested parties to secure information relating to chiropractic practices; interprets the chiropractic significance of information and evidence; makes recommendations regarding and assists in obtaining information and evidence which requires the immediate knowledge of professional chiropractic to secure; conducts audits of chiropractic office records to determine if the records, x-ray, and laboratory findings support the actual diagnosis and treatments performed, and to assure compliance with staff, organization, and record-keeping provisions of the Business and Professions Code; confers with and obtains the cooperation of recognized chiropractic consultants concerning the specialized practices of chiropractic and special or unusual chiropractic procedures and techniques; represents the Board before professional or lay groups; assists investigators and office staff in monitoring activities and performance of licensees who have been placed on probation by the Board; and prepares and dictates correspondence.
Possession of a valid license for the practice of chiropractic in California as determined by the California Board of Chiropractic Examiners. and Experience: Five years of experience, within the last seven years, in the practice of chiropractic.
Knowledge of: Chiropractic, including recent developments and practices; record-keeping practices; provisions of the Business and Professions Code relating to the practice of chiropractic and the laws, rules and regulations of the Board of Chiropractic Examiners relating to chiropractic practice and continuing education; chiropractic specialties; principles, aims, methods and trends of contemporary chiropractic education; administration, curriculum, and procedures of providers of continuing education services.
Ability to: Conduct effective interviews; exercise sound chiropractic judgment in reviewing conflicting chiropractic reports and preparing opinions; analyze problems and recommend effective action; dictate correspondence; prepare reports; communicate effectively.
Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with others; emotional stability; integrity; initiative; good judgment; dependability; tact; courtesy; high professional ethics; willingness to travel throughout the State.