Discipline Coordinator

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Job Description:Engineers & Geoscientists British Columbia are currently searching for a Discipline Coordinator, to join our team in Burnaby. The Discipline Coordinator will coordinate and support the disciplinary processes under the direction of theInvestigation and Discipline Manager. The Discipline Coordinator will liaise with legal counsel to provideinformation and documents to commence the discipline process and will work with the Chair and Vice-Chair of the discipline Committee to appoint discipline panels as needed. The Discipline Coordinator will assist with the scheduling and coordinating of consent order panel meetings,including gathering and providing file information and precedents, researching and considering possible discipline penalties prior to the meeting (education courses, supervision periods, remedial measures, etc.), attending the meetings to discuss consent orders and providing direction to the panels as directed by the Investigation and Discipline Manager. The Discipline Coordinator will coordinate the scheduling of the disciplinary hearings, including coordinating withparties such as legal counsel, court reporters, and other parties as needed. The Discipline Coordinator willcoordinate the sending of information packages ahead of the hearing and will provide administrative support to the hearing process as required. Following the issuance of disciplinary orders, the Discipline Coordinator will review orders for redactions, will draft summaries of the discipline orders and will coordinate the publishing of the disciplinary orders and thecommunication of disciplinary orders to stakeholders with the support of the Investigation and Discipline Manager. Following disciplinary orders, the Discipline Coordinator will monitor compliance with the disciplinary orders and take steps as directed by the Investigation and Discipline Manager to address non-compliance issues, possibly including the gathering of information fur the purpose of demonstrating contravention of orders. WHAT YOU WILL BE DOINGCoordinating the procedural aspects of the discipline process, including scheduling of hearings and resolution meetings, providing information to panels as needed, and coordinating and communicating with legal counsel as needed.Monitoring compliance of disciplinary orders and taking steps as directed by the Investigation and Discipline Manager in the case of non-compliance. Coordinating the publication of discipline orders, including reviewing the orders for necessary redactions, preparing summaries of orders and handling procedural steps associated with publishing and communicating the content of discipline orders to stakeholders and the public.Providing support to the Discipline Committee for training sessions and recruiting and appointing new members. Support to the complaint intake and investigation work. WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TABLE The successful candidate will have a university degree and may have experienced at a regulatory body and/or in a legal environment or have a mix of education and experience that would make the candidate suitable to fulfill the duties of the position. The successful candidate will have 3–5 years of experience including:Administrative and coordination skills and experienceExperience working as a paralegal would be considered an assetWriting, communication and document management skillsResearch and analytical skillsExcellent communication skills and ability to work well as a member of a team.Ability to liaise with subject matter experts.Ability to uphold confidentiality and manage sensitive situations.Experience with Microsoft Office Suite WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU? Each member of our team enables us to deliver on our vision to be the innovative regulatory leader respected by the community and governments while striving for professional excellence through engaged and supported registrants. At Engineers and Geoscientists BC we are committed to demonstrating our values of respect, teamwork, integrity, accountability, professionalism, and innovation. We offer a compensation package that includes a competitive salary, generous benefits program including a group health program, group retirement program, generous vacation allowances, and a flex day program that offers compressed workweeks. WHO ARE WE? Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia is the business name of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of British Columbia. Engineers and Geoscientists BC regulates and governs these professions under the authority of the Professional Governance Act. We are 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 BC. We are a not-for-profit organization governed by a council of elected registrants, licensees, and government appointees. The council is accountable to the public through the Ministry of the Attorney General, under the Office of the Superintendent of Professional Governance, for both the governance and management of the organization. Each member of our team enables us to deliver on our vision to be “the innovative regulatory leader respected by community and governments while striving for professional excellence through an engaged and supported membership.” At Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia we are committed to demonstrating our values of respect, team, integrity, accountability, professionalism, and innovation. To meet the latest advice from public health officials, our office is temporarily closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are currently working remotely to support our operations. For the latest information, please visit our website at egbc.ca/COVID-19. To learn more about our work please visit us at https://www.egbc.ca/ Powered by JazzHR mRQEqeGFXY Job ID: 42777491
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