The Transitional Council of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO) is established under the Traditional Chinese Medicine Act, 2006 and the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 to regulate the practice of traditional Chinese medicine in the public interest. It has a duty to ensure that the Ontario public has access to safe, effective and ethical care in their dealings with members of the College. The Transitional Council is seeking highly motivated, innovative and committed persons to fill the following two key positions: Executive Assistant and Manager - Professional Practices.
Position: Manager - Professional Practices
Reports to: Registrar
Salary: $60,000 - $80,000 per annum plus benefits
The Manager - Professional Practices will be responsible for:
- Research, conduct environmental scans and legislative analysis to identify trends in the practice, education and regulation of traditional Chinese medicine;
- prepare reports, position papers and recommendations to facilitate the College's development of standards, regulations, policies, procedures and programs to support its statutory mandate;
- assist in drafting of standards, regulations, policies, procedures and programs;
- develop and implement communication initiatives to foster membership, stakeholder and public relations and accurate representation of College positions on issues;
- liaise with government and related organizations;
- responding to inquiries, complaints and reports to the College;
- supporting Council and Committee meetings as assigned by the Registrar.
- The Manager - Professional Practices will also assist the Registrar in College administration and other tasks as required
- Excellent analytical, problem-solving, writing, presentation skills;
- knowledge in the interpretation and application of the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991, the Traditional Chinese Medicine Act, 2006, privacy and other health legislation in Ontario;
- good understanding of the Ontario legislative development process, the health care system, and the structures of government;
- strong organizational skills to plan, coordinate and manage workload;
- ability to develop effective working relationships;
- strong project management, consultation, negotiation, consensus-building skills;
- leadership and supervisory skills;
- proficiency in computer word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and database programs.
The ability to work in Chinese and/or French would be an asset.
Send application to:
Phelps Talent and Executive Search
1415-4 King Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 1B6
Fax: (416) 364-5643
Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.