About the Board

Employment Opportunities

Welcome to the North Carolina Medical Board. Our professional staff have a wide variety of responsibilities but are united under our mandate to protect the public. Our culture’s foundation is based on the attributes of our core values: accountability, progressive, integrity and excellence. Watch to learn more about the work of the North Carolina Medical Board.

We offer competitive pay and benefits for staff and provide a flexible work environment. We are an equal opportunity employer. View the openings below and find your next career move.

Credentialing Coordinator

This position will provide full administrative support for applicants trying to obtain a license as a physician, physician assistant, and a handful of other medical professionals in the state of North Carolina. In this role, the Credentialing Coordinator is responsible for screening applications and supporting documentation to determine eligibility and compliance with all relevant laws and regulations. Duties also include ensuring each application moves efficiently through the licensure process for appropriate review.

A Credentialing Coordinator plays a critical role in the licensure process. We are looking for an individual with excellent customer service skills to join the NCMB licensing team. A successful candidate must be detail-oriented, organized, able to work independently, adaptable to change, and has outstanding communication and interpersonal skills. New hires are eligible for our robust benefits package upon their start date. This position may require mandatory overtime during certain times of the year.

Chief Licensing & Registration Officer (CLRO)

The Chief Licensing & Registration Officer (CLRO) is a member of the Executive Team and leader of the Licensing & Registration Department, which carries out the North Carolina Medical Board’s (NCMB’s) oldest functions and the only ones that touch every licensee. Those functions are licensing, registration and professional corporations. The CLRO directly manages multiple positions in the Department. The CLRO performs, oversees and/or manages activities that sustain, promote, enhance, and protect the core mission of NCMB.

The CLRO reports to the CEO and is responsible for leading the Board’s licensing and registration processes from start to finish while maintaining the effectiveness, efficiency and reputation of the program. As a member of the Executive Team, the CLRO works in partnership with the CEO and the Executive Team on planning and implementing strategic initiatives and cultivating innovation and excellent organization culture.