RegulatoryJobs.ca | Volume 2020 - 41 | 7 DECEMBER 2020

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REGISTRAR AND CEO
Toronto

The College of Optometrists of Ontario is established under the Optometry Act, 1991 and the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 (RHPA) to regulate the practice of optometry in the public interest. The College has a duty to ensure the Ontario public has access to safe, effective and ethical care in their dealing with optometrists. The Registrar is the chief executive officer of the College and is responsible for discharging specific statutory duties as set out in the RHPA. The Registrar is appointed by, and reports to the College’s Council.

As our Registrar and CEO you will provide visionary leadership and champion our organization’s mandate in your interactions with our Council, the public, government, professional members and stakeholders while advancing the public interest and the profession.
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VICE-PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS
Toronto

PEO regulates the practice of professional engineering and governs its members to serve and protect the public interest by ensuring all professional engineers meet rigorous qualifications for licensing and that only properly qualified individuals practise engineering. As part of its mandate, PEO also establishes, maintains and develops: standards of knowledge and skill; standards of practice for the profession; standards of professional ethics; and promotes public awareness of its role.

As a member of the senior leadership team and reporting to the CEO/Registrar, the role of VP Operations will provide leadership to the finance, administration, risk management, procurement, information technology (IT) and communications departments of the organization.

Working collaboratively with the Board of Governors (Council) and senior management, the VP Operations will strategically lead the development of an effective corporate accountability framework, which will include strategic business and operational planning, performance management and reporting.
ADMINISTRATOR OF COMPLAINTS
Moncton

The New Brunswick College of Pharmacists (the College) was established in 1884. The College is responsible for regulating the practice of pharmacy in New Brunswick. The mandate, “Governing the practice of pharmacy for a healthier New Brunswick” guides all College activities. 

We are currently seeking a lawyer versed in administrative law to assume the part-time role of Administrator of Complaints. This is a key role with overall responsibility for all administrative activities related to the complaints and discipline component of pharmacy regulation. The Administrator of Complaints will work closely with the Deputy Registrar and/or Registrar to address complaints against registrants of the College. This posting does not include the role of general legal counsel to the College. External counsel provides this expertise.
DIRECTOR, MEMBER ENGAGEMENT
& TECHNICAL ADVISORY SERVICES
Edmonton or Calgary

CPA Alberta is the professional regulatory organization representing Alberta’s approximately 30,000 Chartered Professional Accountants (CPAs). Alberta’s CPA’s are among the more than 200,000 Canadian CPAs who provide financial and management expertise across the country and around the world, at every level and in every sector. CPA Alberta’s legislated mandate is to protect the interest of the public, protect the integrity of the profession, promote and increase the competence of Alberta CPAs, and regulate the conduct of Alberta CPAs.

The Director of Member Engagement & Technical Advisory Services leads the strategy development design and implementation of CPA Alberta’s member advisory and engagement programs and services; these strategies and programs support the professional growth, development and engagement of all members in Alberta and further enhance competence in skill areas to become leaders in their field.
SENIOR INVESTIGATOR
Toronto

Barker Hutchinson & Associates is recognized as an industry leader in professional regulation investigations. We have developed a reputation for thorough, timely, transparent investigations. Our team of investigators has decades of collective experience conducting investigations for many of Ontario’s professional regulatory bodies. We employ investigators from a wide variety of backgrounds, including lawyers, health professionals, former police officers and career investigators. At Barker Hutchinson you will find yourself amongst intelligent, insightful, and engaged colleagues.

As a Senior Investigator you will be tasked with complex, high profile investigations for a variety of professional regulators. A significant proportion of your cases will involve allegations of sexual abuse, inappropriate billing practices, practice related concerns and other forms of professional misconduct.
REGISTRAR
Richmond

The College of Veterinarians of BC (CVBC or the College) is a self-governing professional regulatory body created under The Veterinarians Act of the Province of British Columbia. CVBC was established in 2010 through the transformation of the BC Veterinarian Medical Association into the College. The College is governed by a 9-member Board of Directors (the Council) comprised of five veterinarians and four public members and is responsible for ensuring that the public and animals of BC are served by a competent and ethical profession. CVBC regulates approximately 2,000 veterinarians (registrants), and has an annual budget of approximately $3M, a $4M investment portfolio, and a subsidiary captive insurance company. 

The Registrar is appointed by and reports to the College’s Council. This is a diverse role that encompasses four key result areas:

  • Ensure that College processes, operations, committees, Regulations and Bylaws, Standards of practice, and Code of Ethics meet the legislative and regulatory mandate to serve and protect the public interest.
  • Work with the Council to develop a strategic vision and plan for the College, provide leadership and guidance in developing tactical plans, and ensure strategic initiatives are achieved within agreed upon timelines and budget.
  • Build and maintain effective stakeholder relations including the public, government, veterinarians, and other provincial bodies and stakeholder groups.
  • Establish and build a strong and collaborative team and manage the effective administration of the College and its operations including human resources, financial management, budgeting, IT, communications, member registration and complaints and investigations.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Burnaby

Engineers and Geoscientists BC regulates and governs these professions under the authority of the Engineers and Geoscientists Act, which will transition to the new Professional Governance Act (PGA) when it comes into effect in 2021. The organization is charged with protecting the public interest by setting and maintaining high academic, experience, and professional practice standards for over 38,000 registrants. Individuals licensed by Engineers and Geoscientists BC are the only persons permitted by law to undertake and assume responsibility for engineering and geoscience projects in the province.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO), under the authority of Council, serves as its singular official link to the operating organization and is responsible for the execution of the Strategic Service Plan and the Council Work Plan. Inspiring, coaching and guiding staff (100) and volunteers, the CEO oversees Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s programs, services and operations in a fiscally responsible manner.
EDUCATION PROGRAMS SPECIALIST
Toronto

The College of Early Childhood Educators (the College) regulates more than 57,000 members of the early childhood education profession in the public interest, pursuant to the Early Childhood Educators Act, 2007. The College issues Certificates of Registration, has established a Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice for the profession, and responds to concerns about members through a complaints and discipline process. The College is a not-for-profit organization with a staff of 60 and an annual operating budget of approximately $10M.

Reporting to the Manager, Registration, the key areas of responsibility are to:

  • Develop policies, standards, guidelines and tools related to the approval of education programs.
  • Lead the assessment of institutional applications for educational program approval as well as the monitoring and auditing of existing programs.
  • Develop, implement and evaluate new and/or alternate approaches to assessing individual applications for registration based on current research and best practices.
  • Review and make recommendations on individual applicant/member education plans in light of the College’s current registration requirements.
MANAGER, REGISTRATION
Toronto

The College of Early Childhood Educators (the College) regulates more than 57,000 members of the early childhood education profession in the public interest, pursuant to the Early Childhood Educators Act, 2007. The College issues Certificates of Registration, has established a Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice for the profession, and responds to concerns about members through a complaints and discipline process. The College is a not-for-profit organization with a staff of 60 and an annual operating budget of approximately $10M.

We are seeking a collaborative, empowering and supportive coach and leader to manage the College’s registration activities. As a member of the Senior Management Team, the incumbent will contribute to the development of short and long-term strategic plans to identify emerging trends and opportunities for ongoing process improvements.
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