RegulatoryJobs.ca | Volume 2020 - 17 | 19 MAY 2020
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FEATURED EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
NEW!
SENIOR ENGINEER
Technical Safety BC, 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.

As a Senior Engineer in the engineering team reporting to the Leader of Engineering, you will have direct experience in engineering design and be sharing your expertise by guiding the team through engineering assessments and mentorship. You will apply your technical experiences to analyze designs, create engineering bulletins, and develop presentation material to engineering root causes in incident investigations, code committees, and engineering reports. As an ideal candidate, you will also draw upon your professional background to provide leadership to the professional engineering practice in the Province through presentations, reports, and technical leadership to professional engineers in industry and other professional bodies across North America.
NEW!

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council, Burlington, ON

ICCRC is the national regulatory body that promotes and protects the public interest by overseeing regulated immigration consultants and international student advisors. ICCRC establishes effective policies, practices, and procedures to regulate and educate immigration consultants.

ICCRC is looking for a strong leader and communicator to fill the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO). The COO is responsible for the day-to-day operational leadership of the Council’s Finance, Human Resources and Operational services through clear direction, guidance and oversight into all operations of the organization.  The COO is responsible for leading and guiding the operational translation of the strategic plan into a living and prioritized plan.

Reporting to the President & CEO, the COO leads the operational teams and contributes as a key member of the Senior Management Team (SMT). This role is accountable for participating in the fulfillment of the Mission and Vision of ICCRC in a manner that is consistent with ICCRC values.

Our ideal candidate is a strategic and collaborative leader with a passion for uniting teams together in their common goals.

This is an ideal opportunity for someone who thrives in organizational change as the COO will be responsible for leading our transition to the new College. 

DIRECTOR, FUELS
Technical Standards and Safety Authority, Toronto, ON

The role of the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (www.tssa.org) 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. As a self-funded, not-for-profit organization that was created in 1996, TSSA has delegated authority from the Ontario Minister of Government & Consumer Services to administer and enforce the Technical Standards and Safety Act, 2000 (the Act). TSSA employs over 400 staff, approximately 75 percent of whom work in operations.

The Director is a strategic business leader accountable for the Fuels leadership and operational functions within TSSA.

The Director is responsible for the leadership of two primary teams – the Engineering Group and the Inspections Group. This person must be a strong people leader, able to effectively lead, develop and engage those two groups, helping them see how a modern, outcomes-based regulator can lead to a safer Ontario. This leader will develop people and implement policies, practices, programs and plans that support the organization through its transformational changes including outcome-based regulator, digital enablement and culture shifts (leadership, accountability & collaboration). 

SENIOR DIRECTOR,
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & PRACTICE SUPPORT
Law Society of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

The Law Society of British Columbia (Law Society) regulates the legal profession in BC, protecting the public interest in the administration of justice by setting and enforcing standards of professional conduct for lawyers. Importantly, the Law Society also brings a voice to issues affecting the justice system and the delivery of legal services.

With approximately 220 employees, the Law Society responds to public concerns and complaints about lawyers and ensures lawyers meet their professional obligations by enforcing professional standards and providing assistance to the legal profession. Enhancing public confidence in the legal profession is a key objective of the Law Society.

A recent vacancy and subsequent newly configured role mean that an opportunity to join the Law Society exists in the role of Senior Director, Professional Development & Practice Support. A member of the Senior Leadership Team and reporting directly to the CEO, this new leader will have overall leadership responsibility for learning, development and practice support for both students and members of the Law Society of BC.
REGISTRAR
Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of BC, Vancouver, BC

Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of BC (ASTTBC) was established in 1958 and is a regulatory organization that serves to maintain, improve and increase the knowledge, ability and competence of technologists, technicians and technical specialists; regulating the standards of practice, required competencies in order to protect the public interest. In BC, technologists, technicians and technical specialists contribute $6 billion to the economy. These professionals include engineering technologists and technicians in eighteen disciplines and ten technical specialties in the broad field of applied science. With over 10,000 members, ASTTBC is the 9th largest professional regulatory organization in BC. By holding ourselves to higher standards of competencies, innovation, collaboration, and accountability, we’re helping to build a vibrant healthy future for British Columbians.

The Registrar is a member of the senior leadership team of ASTTBC, accountable to the Council and reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). As one of two officers appointed by the ASTTBC Council, the Registrar works closely with the CEO to deliver on ASTTBC’s mandate as a regulator in British Columbia under the Professional Governance Act (2018) and the Applied Science Technicians and Technologists Act (1985). The Registrar is responsible for establishing registration standards, certification of applicants, maintaining a register, and administering processes to ensure compliance to standards of practice and to the ASTTBC Code of Ethics.
EMPLOYMENT LISTINGS
BRITISH COLUMBIA


COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGEONS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA



REAL ESTATE COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIA



TECHNICAL SAFETY BC


NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR

COLLEGE OF REGISTERED NURSES OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

ONTARIO


CHARTERED PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS OF ONTARIO



COLLEGE OF REGISTERED PSYCHOTHERAPISTS OF ONTARIO



FINANCIAL SERVICES REGULATORY AUTHORITY OF ONTARIO



IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS OF CANADA REGULATORY COUNCIL

THE CANADIAN REGULATORY GUIDE

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