Director Of Quality Assurance

Job Order ID:176
Employment Type:Permanent
Job Location:Vancouver
Job Details:

The College of Chiropractors of British Columbia (CCBC) is the regulator recognised by the provincial government to license and regulate chiropractors in BC. The college establishes and enforces standards of practice to ensure the health, safety and interest of the public.

The CCBC is an expanding organization and requires a Director of Quality Assurance to ensure a high quality of standards and practices amongst its registrants. Chemistry Consulting Group is pleased to partner with the CCBC to search for a passionate and enthusiastic professional to fill this outstanding opportunity.

Position Overview

The Director of Quality Assurance creates and manages quality assurance programs to enhance the reputation of CCBC as a leader in professional regulation. With a passion for public safety, the Director of Quality Assurance actions organizational goals by evaluating current quality assurance programs in place to ensure compliance, identify areas of improvement, and create innovative opportunities within quality assessment.


Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develops and implements quality assurance and patient relations programs using evidence-based approaches.
  • Supports quality assurance programs by preparing articles and appropriate resources.
  • Acts as a subject matter expert regarding quality assurance legislation to ensure internal quality assurance programs and policies are compliant and relevant.
  • Educates key stakeholders on quality assurance and regulation considerations to further increase awareness of the quality assurance programs.
  • Contributes to the development of standards, policies, and guidelines within the Quality Assurance Committee.
  • Collaborates with regulators in BC and other jurisdictions to share best practices and develop consistent approaches to quality assurance.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Degree in public administration, quality management, health policy, health services research, or a related field (or an equivalent combination of education and experience).
  • Minimum seven years relevant work experience.
  • Experience interpreting and applying legislative requirements to internal policies and procedures.
  • Education in chiropractic or other regulated health profession considered an asset.

The CCBC offers a competitive salary and benefits package, RRSP matching program, and support for professional development within the organization. In order to be considered for this exciting opportunity please follow the prompts to submit a resume and cover letter which clearly outlines your relevant experience by noon on Friday, September 13, 2019.

Psychometric Assessments will be administered as part of the recruitment and selection process.


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