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To support our commitment to Albertans, physicians, and each other, CPSA is looking for an Assistant Registrar, Continuing Competence to join our senior leadership team.
Reporting to the Registrar, the Assistant Registrar, Continuing Competence, has overall responsibility for CPSA’s Continuing Competence department, along with supporting CPSA’s overall mandate to protect the public by guiding the medical profession, as directed legislatively under Part 3 of the Health Professions Act. You will be responsible and accountable for ensuring the department’s work is aligned with CPSA’s strategic plan as well as being an essential part of the CPSA Leadership team that supports the organization’s values.
The ideal candidate for this position is experienced in quality improvement, quality assurance and assessment intervention, and education programs. However, most importantly, the candidate must have a passion for promoting best medical practice and helping physicians be the best they can be. It’s essential that you have experience leading diverse teams with the skills and flexibility to move into different leadership roles over time as part of our succession planning. You encourage an atmosphere where people feel empowered to succeed and show initiative while collaborating with other leaders, as well as CPSA’s Council, to ensure we’re not just meeting, but exceeding our mandate to protect Albertans.
Visit CPSA’s Career Opportunities page today to learn more about this exciting opportunity and how to apply. If you have any questions, please contact CPSA Registrar Dr. Scott McLeod, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to reviewing your application.
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