| Volume 2020 - 23 | 20 JULY 2020
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Winnipeg, MB

The College of Pharmacists of Manitoba (the College) was established in 1878 and is the pharmacy regulatory and licensing authority in Manitoba. The legislated mandate of the College is to serve and protect the public interest.  The College protects the health and well-being of the public by ensuring and promoting safe, patient-centred and progressive pharmacy practice in collaboration with other health care professionals.

The College is presently in search of an experienced Director of Review and Resolution to lead its professional conduct, complaints, and discipline department.

If you aspire to do meaningful work, have a background in professional regulation, pharmacy, law, or other related field, and are looking to apply your expertise to a varied and challenging role in a fast-paced environment, then we want to meet you.
Edmonton, AB

The College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) is the regulatory (licensing) organization for the province’s Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs).
CLPNA regulates the profession by setting entry-to-practice requirements, establishing, promoting and enforcing standards for registration, practice, and professional conduct, and enhancing the care provided by members of the profession through the Continuing Competency Program.

Reporting to the CEO, the Executive Officer provides accountability for departmental planning, directing, staffing, coordinating and controlling functions and activities which contributes to the development and implementation of strategies, policies and procedures which align with the CLPNA Vision and Values.

Toronto, ON

The College of Physiotherapists of Ontario regulates physiotherapists and exists to protect and serve the public interest. The College protects the rights of patients to safe, competent, and ethical care by ensuring physiotherapists maintain professional standards of practice and are held accountable for their conduct and practice.

The Policy and Governance Manager will report directly to the Registrar and will be responsible for providing direction on policy development; expert advice and consultation on issues related to regulation and health policy; and oversight, direction, and support for the College’s Policy and Governance staff.

The Manager will provide expertise: on research, analysis, investigation; interpretation of current environmental trends in policy and governance; consideration of feedback from stakeholders; and awareness of regulatory obligations to assist the College in fulfilling its regulatory mandate and maintaining good governance practices.
Fredericton, NB

The Law Society was officially created in 1846. The Provincial Legislative Assembly adopted Chapter 48 of the Provincial Statutes which in effect incorporated what was then called the “Barristers’ Society” for the “purpose of securing in the Province a learned and honourable legal profession, for establishing order and good conduct among its members and for promoting knowledgeable development and reform of the law”.

While the name of the organisation has changed and is now the Law Society of New Brunswick, its original mandate has remained essentially the same.
It is important to note that the Law Society is an independent body, which has as its primary responsibility the protection of the public in the administration of justice.

The Registrar of Complaints is accountable to plan, organize, lead and control all operational aspects of the Discipline and Competence division to achieve the overall mandate of the Law Society of New Brunswick (LSNB). A key purpose of this divisional manager’s position is to provide leadership to execute divisional program and service delivery consistent with the standards of the LSNB. In addition, the Registrar of Complaints is responsible to provide advice and counsel to LSNB Executive Committee, Council and the Complaints, Competence and Ethics – committees of Council. As Deputy Executive Director, assists in the delivery of the duties of the Executive Director and in the absence of the Executive Director, assumes the responsibilities of that position. This full-time permanent position is located in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Edmonton, AB

The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) regulates the  practices of engineering and geoscience  in Alberta on behalf of the Government of Alberta through the  Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act .

Reporting to the Chief Membership Services Officer, the Director, Communications is responsible for the development and oversight of strategic communications that align with, support, and clearly deliver on APEGA’s strategic priorities and operational plan.
This position is responsible for leading a team of communications professionals that is focused on effectively communicating relevant and valuable information to members, permit holders, external stakeholders, and staff. The Director, Communications must consistently demonstrate a high standard of excellence for communications, outreach, and stakeholder relations, and ensure that organizational messages are coordinated, strategically positioned, and effectively communicated to advance APEGA’s regulatory and member-focused objectives. This position is responsible for APEGA’s brand and reputation management across all communication channels and building awareness (with members, and internal and external stakeholders) of APEGA, its role as a professional regulatory body, and of the engineering and geoscience professions in Alberta.

Alberta College of Social Workers, Edmonton, AB

The Alberta College of Social Workers (ACSW) serves as the professional regulatory body for the profession of social work in Alberta. Its regulatory obligations are legislated under the  Health Professions Act  (HPA) that has requirements for mandatory registration, continuing competency, the practice of restricted activities, and a specialty register for clinical social workers. The ACSW supports continuing competency activities for its membership such as an annual conference and regional events that promote skilled and ethical social work practice.

The Registrar & Executive Director (RED) is an Ex-Officio member and accountable to the Council of the ACSW for enacting the vision and strategy of the Council and for ensuring the organization upholds the regulatory standards set by the HPA, thrives through responsible financial management, efficient management of operations, setting and achieving operational goals. These responsibilities are intended to support the success of the mission and strategic directions of the ACSW and to assist in positioning the ACSW as a recognized leader in the field of social work and regulated health professions.
Halifax, NS

The Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society (NSBS) regulates the legal profession in Nova Scotia in the public interest. We fulfil our public interest mandate by ensuring that lawyers are competent and ethical and practice law in accordance with the standards set by the Society.

NSBS values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage and welcome applications from members of equity seeking groups.

This position supports and administers the Society’s mandate to protect the public through the complaints resolution and investigation process. It plays a key role in educating the public and members, and ensuring the public has access to a fair, transparent and thorough complaints process which is proactive, proportionate, principled and risk-focused. The Staff Lawyer provides professional legal support to the Director, General Counsel and Committees. The Staff Lawyer also ensures efficient processing and investigation of claims against the Lawyers’ Fund for Client Compensation.
Edmonton, AB

Governed by the Health Professions Act, the Alberta College of Pharmacy (“ACP”) is responsible for quality pharmacy practice in Alberta. The ACP governs pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacies to support and protect the public’s health and well-being. ACP takes responsibility for pharmacy practice by setting and enforcing high standards of competence and ethical conduct. However, as a single entity within Alberta’s broader health system, interdependencies amongst partners and stakeholders are critical to success.

Reporting to the Registrar, the Senior Director of Operations and Finance (Senior Director) is responsible for overseeing all operational functions of the college including finance, human resources and IT. The current team reporting to the Senior Director, both directly and indirectly, is approximately 11 professionals. The Senior Director will provide leadership, risk management, and maintain the college as a workplace of choice. Their efforts will ensure the financial stability and sustainability of the college, the identification of potential operational risks and implementation of risk mitigation strategies, and an effective workplace that enables team members to be successful personally and collectively.
Toronto, ON

The role of the Technical Standards and Safety Authority ( is to enhance safety where Ontarians live, work and play. In that role it carries out a broad spectrum of functions to ensure safety is achieved in the mandated programs to the betterment of the general public in Ontario. From safety inspections to engineering reviews, certification and licensing to public education and outreach, TSSA’s leading-edge risk management and proactive partnership approach helps TSSA improve public safety outcomes.

Reporting to the CEO, and as a member of the senior leadership team, the Vice President, Operations supports the organization through the development and execution of a strategy in support of the organizations overall vision and mission. With an overall focus on Safety, this NFP organization is going through a significant transformation, requiring a resilient, collaborative and engaging leader. It will be important for this leader to have direct experience leading an organization through a transformation, appreciating where the distinct challenges lie. The Vice President, Operations leads the largest single team in this organization, so the opportunity to have an impact is substantial.








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