| Volume 2020 - 31 | 28 September 2020

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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.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Human Resources, Business Partner position! This position will work with leaders in client groups to provide coaching and guidance in the areas of recruitment, talent management, performance, labour and employee relations, collective agreement and policy interpretation. They will advise and make recommendations to Leaders and employees on the best course of action. The successful candidate will work closely with a variety of client groups and have the chance to collaborate with incredible colleagues on professional development opportunities as well as corporate projects and initiatives.
Calgary, AB

The Alberta Securities Commission is the industry-funded regulator responsible for administering the province’s securities laws. It is entrusted with fostering a fair and efficient capital market in Alberta and with protecting investors. As a member of the Canadian Securities Administrators, the ASC works to improve, coordinate and harmonize the regulation of Canada’s capital markets.

The Joint Serious Offences Team (JSOT) Alberta is an enforcement partnership between the ASC, and the RCMP Financial Integrity program. JSOT combines the ASC’s expertise in capital markets and with law enforcement policing skills to investigate and prosecute serious violations of the law using provisions of the Securities Act (Alberta) and Criminal Code.

Reporting to the Manager, JSOT, this position is responsible for conducting complex investigations, individually and as part of a multi-disciplinary team, into breaches of Alberta securities law and/or criminal law.
Remote, Anywhere in Canada

MDR Public Affairs is a social enterprise that provides strategic communications services and develops innovative digital marketing solutions for organizations that improve access to education and those committed to building safer, healthier, and greener communities. We are the company that developed and manage and its affiliate websites, and the Canadian Regulatory Guide.

We are preparing to launch 2.0, our improved version of the original website. This new site has an enhanced front and back-end; client login and dashboard; and a one-stop-shop solution enabling regulatory recruiters to simultaneously post employment opportunities on LinkedIn, Indeed, Charityvillage, and other sites.

To assist us in managing the new platform, we are hiring a Client Support Coordinator, who will reach out to Canadian regulatory organizations to inform them of our new platform and also provide ongoing customer service support as needed. Note that this is not a sales opportunity, but rather a support service role to strengthen our relationships with the Canadian regulatory community.
Toronto, ON

Established on June 14, 1922, PEO is the licensing and regulating body for professional engineering in the province. PEO operates under the authority of the Professional Engineers Act (the Act) to serve and protect the public interest by setting and upholding high academic, experience and professional practice standards for the engineering profession. For more information on PEO, visit

The new position of Vice President, Governance, has been created to lead, redefine and restructure PEO’s Secretariat office and lead an enhanced governance strategy, including a two-year, Council approved Governance Roadmap as well as the mindset, structures, processes, practices and behaviours needed to support PEO’s statutory mandate.
Toronto, ON

The Bereavement Authority of Ontario (BAO) is a government delegated regulatory body that enforces the provisions of the Funeral, Burial and Cremation Services Act, 2002, (FBCSA) on behalf of the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services. Its mandate is to regulate and oversee the professional standards of licensed funeral establishment operators, directors and preplanners; cemetery, crematorium and alternative disposition operators; transfer service operators; and bereavement sector sales representatives across the province of Ontario.

The Team Lead, Trust Compliance provides leadership, guidance and support to the Trust Compliance team and oversees the timely processing of annual licence renewal and financial submissions, and the monitoring of care and maintenance and prepaid trust funds. The Team Lead is responsible for the maintenance of data integrity and is the go-to source for all reports related to financial submissions of BAO licensees.
Toronto, ON

The Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council (OMVIC) administers and enforces the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 2002 (MVDA) – a public protection statute – on behalf of the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services. OMVIC’s mandate is to maintain a fair and informed vehicle sales marketplace in Ontario by protecting the rights of consumers, enhancing industry professionalism and ensuring fair, honest and open competition for registered vehicle dealers.

The Director, Communications & Public Affairs is involved in all aspects of the development and implementation of OMVIC’s external and internal communication strategies, including consumer awareness campaigns, registrant and staff education programs and the handling of media relations. The successful candidate will bring an energetic, positive and proactive approach to the communications and public affairs function, with a demonstrated ability to develop, plan and implement strategies to raise the understanding of the organization and its important mandate.
Toronto, ON

At CPA Ontario, we are a regulator, educator, provider, advocate and thought leader. We ensure that our more than 94,000 members and 22,000 students meet the highest standards of integrity and expertise. We provide certifications, continued training and learning for the profession. We serve our members and students with a commitment to quality and efficient delivery. We champion the interests of our profession with the business community. And we develop cutting-edge ideas and thinking that evolve the profession. CPAs represent a globally recognized, premium designation. Our Chartered Professional Accountants are valued by organizations in all industries for their financial expertise, strategic thinking, management skills, global perspectives and leadership.

CPA Ontario is currently in search of a Professional Standards Investigations Specialist who can apply their investigative background to provide support to the investigators appointed by the Professional Conduct Committee to look into complaints of professional misconduct made against members, students and firms. The role provides both investigative and administrative assistance to both internal and external investigators in conducting their investigations. This role also provides back up support to Professional Standards Counsel in the facilitation and administration of the investigation and disciplinary process of CPA Ontario.
Calgary, AB

The Law Society of Alberta (Law Society) regulates the legal profession in the public interest.

In alignment with the Law Society’s vision, mission, and strategic plan, the Counsel department provides legal and strategic expertise to all Law Society departments, Benchers (members of the governing body), and committees. On behalf of the Law Society, the Counsel department acts as counsel at all levels of court and as litigators for all types of internal hearings and appeals, including disciplinary hearings. The department actively supports the Law Society’s mission to be a model regulator, including protecting the public interest and preserving the fundamental principles of justice.

In alignment with the Law Society’s vision, mission, and strategic plan, the Trust Safety department manages a program that endeavors to protect the public and ensure the safety of trust property. Through the program, Law Society of Alberta; ensures lawyers’ compliance with the standards, reporting requirements and financial rules on Trust Safety, educates lawyers about their responsibilities with respect to the trust property, and audits lawyers’ financial records.
Toronto, ON

Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) is the licensing and regulating body for professional engineering in the province. PEO operates under the authority of the Professional Engineers Act to serve and protect the public interest by setting and upholding high academic, experience and professional practice standards for the engineering profession.

As we move through a period of exciting and challenging organizational change, Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) has an immediate opening for an experienced and strategic Supervisor, Council Operations. Under the authority of the Professional Engineers Act, PEO licenses and governs over 91,500 licence and certificate holders and regulates the practice of professional engineering in Ontario. PEO’s mission is to regulate and advance the practice of engineering to protect the public interest. With a talented, multidisciplinary staff of over 100, PEO’s vision is to be a trusted leader in professional self-regulation.

The Supervisor, Council Operations provides senior executive support, issues management, advice and assistance to PEO Council and committees.







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