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Departmental Analyst E - Region 5 Inspector

Job Description
The primary focus of this position will be conducting compliance check inspections of tobacco retail establishments, in accordance with policies, protocol, and procedures set forth by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Retail Inspection Program and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services' (MDHHS), Office of Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (OROSC). Specifically, this position will conduct FDA routine and follow-up inspections in some counties in the lower peninsula to check for compliance relating to the advertising and labeling of tobacco products and tobacco sales to minors. This position will receive direction and assignments from the FDA Program Coordinator in MDHHS/OROSC. Inspection activity includes identifying violative tobacco products; promotional and advertising activities of manufacturers, distributers, and retailers; observing tobacco purchase attempts made by minor decoys; and recruiting/training of minors to work as minor decoys in the program. Inspection activity must follow necessary protocol, including observation, completing an inspection narrative report, and testifying in regard to inspection findings. This position will conduct inspections statewide on an as-needed basis but will primarily be assigned to a region with a residency requirement in one of the following counties in the Lower Peninsula: Allegan, Barry, Van Buren, Kalamazoo, Calhoun, Berrien, Cass, St. Joseph, and Branch.
Please note: Work hours will vary due to inspectors having to work evenings and week-ends when working with minors (around their school hours).
If you previously applied to this posting, your application will still be considered. Please do not submit multiple applications.
Required Education and Experience
Education
Possession of a bachelor's degree in any major.
Experience Requirement
Departmental Analyst 9
No specific type or amount is required.
Departmental Analyst 10
One year of professional experience.
Departmental Analyst P11
Two years of professional experience, including one year of experience equivalent to the intermediate (10) level in state service.
Experience working with teenage youth and experience conducting field investigations or compliance checks with regulatory agency is desired.
Additional Requirements and Information
Special Requirements:
Must be 21 years or older;
Must pass a full criminal background check, credit check, fingerprinting, sexual predator check, and a reference check to obtain approval for Food and Drug Administration commission and upon receipt, must be maintained in good status;
Must possess and maintain a valid Michigan driver's license and the ability to travel within state;
Must agree to be available for FDA follow-up for up to five years after an inspection.
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Certain positions may require a criminal history background check.
To be considered for this position you must:
Apply for this position online via NEOGOV; click on "Apply" in the job posting for instructions on submitting your electronic application. Hard copy applications are not accepted.
Relevant experience and/or education referred to in the supplemental questions must be documented in the resume, transcript and/or application to allow for accurate screening.
Attach a resume identifying specific experience and dates of employment. Dates of employment should include month and year and hours per week.
Attach a cover letter.
If applicable, attach a copy of an official transcript(s). We accept scanned copies of official transcripts. We do not accept web-based, internet, or copies of unofficial transcripts. Official transcripts provide the name of the institution, confirmation that a degree was awarded and on what date, and the registrar's signature.
YOUR APPLICATION FOR ANY POSITION DOES NOT GUARANTEE YOU WILL BE CONTACTED BY THE DEPARTMENT/AGENCY FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION. ONLY THOSE APPLICANTS INTERVIEWED WILL BE NOTIFIED OF THE RESULTS.



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