RegulatoryJobs.ca | Volume 2020 - 27 | 24 AUGUST 2020

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DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Toronto, ON

The College of Naturopaths of Ontario works to protect the public interest by regulating naturopaths in support of the public’s right to competent, safe and ethical naturopathic care. The College fulfills its role by setting the requirements to enter the profession, setting standards of practice, administering a quality assurance program, and holding Ontario’s naturopaths accountable for their conduct and practice.

Reporting to the Registrar & CEO, the Director of Operations has a primary focus of the overseeing the day-to-day operational activities of the College. The secondary focus is to provide coordination and maintenance of College resources. This role supports governance and strategic operations through effective and efficient processes.
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DIRECTOR, QUALITY PROGRAMS
Toronto, ON

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) regulates the practice of medicine in Ontario. Physicians are required to be members to practice medicine in Ontario. The role of CPSO and its authority and powers are set out in the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA), the Health Professions Procedural Code under the RHPA and the Medicine Act.

Reporting to the Registrar & CEO, the Director, QP is responsible for the design, delivery and continued evolution of Quality Improvement and Quality Assessment programs for physicians and regulated facilities across the province to ensure compliance with program standard(s) and delivery of safe care to the public. With 40 plus staff and 6 direct reports, the Director has the following areas of accountability in addition to regular management and leadership responsibilities.
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GENERAL COUNSEL, DIRECTOR OF POLICY AND MARKET REGULATION
Halifax, NS

The Nova Scotia Securities Commission (the Commission) is an independent, quasi judicial tribunal created by the Securities Act. The Commission’s mandate is to protect investors and, to the extent not inconsistent with an adequate level of investor protection, to foster the process of capital formation in Nova Scotia.

The General Counsel, Director of Policy and Market Regulation, and Secretary to the Commission has three main responsibilities. As General Counsel to the Commission, you provide strategic, effective, timely, and high quality senior legal support and advisory services on a broad range of operational, legal and policy initiatives to the Chair, Commission members, Executive Director and staff. As Secretary to the Commission, you are responsible for the coordination, maintenance and security of the Commission’s hearing system and Commission meetings. You also carry out the responsibilities of the Secretary under the Securities Act.
CHAIR, LAW SOCIETY TRIBUNAL
Toronto, ON

The Law Society of Ontario regulates, licenses and disciplines Ontario’s more than 55,000 lawyers and over 9,000 licensed paralegals. As a self-governing profession, the Law Society is the licensing body for lawyers and paralegals in Ontario and ensures that the people of Ontario are served by those who meet high standards of learning, competence and professional conduct.

The Chair is responsible for the overall implementation of the strategic direction and performance of the Tribunal, which is composed of its Hearing and Appeal Divisions, subject to the provisions of the Law Society Act, its regulations and Convocation’s policies. The Chair is accountable to Convocation to provide expert leadership to the Tribunal to ensure that it operates fairly, efficiently and effectively within its mandate.
MANAGER, QUALITY SYSTEMS
Vancouver, BC

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia regulates the practice of medicine under the authority of provincial law. All physicians who practise medicine in the province must be registrants of the College.

Reporting to the director, accreditation programs, the manager, quality systems is responsible for providing leadership and management for the overall development, maintenance and delivery of the accreditation programs quality management system. The manager, quality systems supports the director and all accreditation programs managers for quality improvement and quality assurance purposes.
DIRECTOR, HUMAN RESOURCES
Toronto, ON

The Law Society of Ontario regulates, licenses and disciplines Ontario’s more than 55,000 lawyers and over 9,000 licensed paralegals. As a self-governing profession, the Law Society is the licensing body for lawyers and paralegals in Ontario and ensures that the people of Ontario are served by those who meet high standards of learning, competence and professional conduct.

Reporting to the Executive Director, Client & People Services, the Director, Human Resources manages the human resources team and is the lead advisor to senior staff of the Law Society on human resources issues and best practices. The Director is responsible for developing and executing a multi-year Human Resources Plan in support of operational objectives and the strategic plan of the organization. The role also provides strategic advice to the LSO’s Senior Management Team and drives the importance and role of people in long term planning.
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