| Volume 2021- 008 | 15 MARCH 2021

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Winnipeg, MB

The Chartered Professional Accountants of Manitoba (CPA Manitoba) is a professional regulatory body that represents more than 9000 CPA members, candidates and students. CPA Manitoba protects the public interest through rigorous educational and certification programs and ensures its members uphold the highest professional and ethics standards.

Reporting to the Director, Ethics & Regulatory Affairs the Manager, Regulatory Affairs primary focus will be to ensure the membership is adhering to CPA Manitoba regulations and code of ethics. The role involves understanding and supporting the complaints process, compliance with Continuing Professional Development requirements and offering assistance with registration matters. You will advise on matters pertaining to the complaints process, CPA Manitoba Code of Professional Conduct, Bylaws and Policies by responding to inquiries from the public, members, students, candidates and firms.
Vancouver, BC

Technical Safety BC (formerly BC Safety Authority) is an independent, self-funded organization that oversees the safe installation and operation of technical systems and equipment across the province. In addition to issuing permits, licenses and certificates, we work with industry to reduce safety risks through assessment, education and outreach, enforcement, and research. Through simplification of our initiatives we promote understanding and engagement, making safety accessible to everyone. As society changes, we create and adopt new ideas, skills, and tools that will enable us to meet the safety challenges of a highly-connected world.

The Director, Finance lead and continuously improve the financial systems for the processing of all financial transactions; partner with the Product team to validate and implement pricing frameworks; lead the financial and measurement component fo the three-year business plan process and publication; be consistent with GAAP for non-profit organizations; and provide expertise in cost and financial analytics to influence corporate decisions on goals, initiatives, and services....
Toronto, ON

We are the Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority (the Authority) and our vision is a circular economy today for a waste-free tomorrow. Our mission is to support compliance with individual producer responsibility through education and enforcement to foster Ontario’s circular economy, spur innovation, and protect the environment.

Our mandate from the Government of Ontario is to advance a circular economy by enforcing the requirements of the Resource Recovery and Circular Economy Act, 2016 (RRCEA) and the Waste Diversion Transition Act, 2016 (WDTA) and their related regulations.

The Compliance Manager, Inspections is a key member of the Compliance and Registry Team and is responsible for the leading the operational day-to-day management of the Authority’s compliance and inspection program using modern regulator principles. The Manager will lead a team of Compliance and Registry Officers (CROs) that is responsible for enforcing the requirements under the RRCEA and the WDTA and their associated regulations including: the Tires Regulation, the Batteries Regulation, the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulation, and anticipated RRCEA regulations for Hazardous or Special Products and Blue Box materials.
Moncton, NB

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.
Edmonton, AB

The Electrical Contractors Association of Alberta (ECAA) is seeking a dynamic leader with experience in association management in a member-driven organization, with an understanding of Regulatory standards and reporting to a not-for-profit Board. The ECAA provides progressive industry training and engages government on behalf of members to address barriers, improve business certainty and advance professionalism in the industry.

Major duties involve leading a staff of four, providing support to the Board in its governance activities, assistance to the Labour Relations chair, overseeing professional regulation in protecting the public, and fostering strong relationships with government and stakeholders. Working with the Professional Electrical Contractor chair adheres to the requirements of the Professional Occupational & Associations Registrations Act (POARA) and Professional Electrical Contractor & Master Electrician (PEC&ME) Regulation.  This is a full-time permanent position that primarily operates out of the ECAA office at 17725 – 103 Avenue. Travel and overtime part of expected duties.
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