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Manager, Enforcement Up to 175K , RRSP, Great benefits package!

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Job ID: 13893 Type: Perm

 Manager, Enforcement Up to 175K, RRSP, Great benefits package!

In this exciting and newly created role you will be responsible for managing the investigations and discipline processes of the firm ensuring fairness, transparency, timeliness and accountability.  The Manager, Enforcement has a central responsibility for supporting regulatory effectiveness in Professional Regulation, as part of the Professional Regulation management team a consistent and principled approach with respect to investigations and prosecutions of conduct, capacity, admission, re-instatement, non-compliance, restoration and readmission hearings and appeals. The Manager’s duties includes active participation in cases and full accountability for leadership, mentoring, advice and guidance and substantive supervision and mentoring of the Practice Leads, Team Managers, and Administration Manager reporting to the position.  As part of his/her mandate, the Manager, Enforcement oversees the compliance with rules and standards for regulatory investigations and prosecutions and is expected to seek out and implement best practices.

Qualifications

  • A university degree plus professional accounting designation, or other such commensurate combination of managerial experience, training and qualification as to lead a team of varied legal, professional and investigative staff in the investigation and prosecution of serious and complex Licensee breaches of conduct, competence, and capacity in a complex regulatory environment. An LLB/JD would be a great asset but not a must.
  • The incumbent is required to have a minimum of 10 years’ relevant experience in progressively senior roles in a complex regulatory environment, with deep understanding of pre-hearing case process, investigative principles and procedures, as well as experience managing at least 10 direct reports.
  • In depth understanding of administrative law, administrative procedures and innovative case management tools to be applied within an administrative context, including alternative dispute resolution.
  • Computer literacy, including familiarity with Word Processing and Spreadsheet software.
  • Broad understanding of the application of technology, preferably in a regulatory / legal environment.
  • Solid analytical skills to reason through complex spoken and written information, and to articulate responses and information in an audience-appropriate format.

Please forward resume in Word format to Shelley Hogan shogan@deangroup.ca


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