(1) To be qualified, a consultant must have:
(a) an unencumbered license as a registered nurse in Montana with a minimum of a baccalaureate degree in nursing;
(b) a state level certification appropriate for chemical dependency counseling;
(c) a minimum of three years nursing experience;
(d) two years previous experience related to monitoring health care professionals with substance abuse/dependency;
(e) education in identification, treatment, intervention, and rehabilitation of nurses with substance abuse/dependency; and
(f) two years employment experience in a recognized treatment program for chemical dependency.