Associate Director, Engineering Admissions – Vancouver

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We are currently seeking an Associate Director of Engineering Admissions for a leading regulatory body in British Columbia, to oversee improvement of processes and operational efficiency. The successful candidate will need to encompass an Engineering or Geo-science background with successful complex Project Management as well as Administrative Management. A postgraduate degree in engineering, geoscience, business, law or public policy would an asset. Registration or eligibility to register as a Professional Engineer (P. Eng.) in BC. The role is in a Regulatory environment. This is a Senior Management position, reporting to the Director level and would include managing 5 direct reports on a team of 12. Essential qualities – Highly personable and collaborative individual with the ability to relate to and engage with a range of personalities and people from a range of departments and perspectives Outstanding Analytical Skills Proven experience with process improvement, and successful project management A more detailed job description will be provided to candidates who meet these requirements. Requirements Reporting to the Director of Admissions, the role would be appropriate for someone with an Engineering + Project management background along with 5+ years in an administrative / leadership role within the quasi-Government, Government, Crown Corporations or Academic industries. The position will also require the person to demonstrate that they have: Proven leadership, mentor-shipand coaching skills Proven ability to inspire trust, confidence and respect of staff, peers, leadership, volunteers and clients Proven ability to exercise mature judgment, diplomacy, discretion and to maintain confidentiality Excellent interpersonal, teamwork and communication skills – including listening, written, verbal communications Researching, project management, analyzing and applying legislation and policies, managing projects and budgets, leading diverse teams, and using web-based tools and applications Training in Administrative Law is an asset, relevant BC legislation including the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Benefits The employer offers a salary of $120,000 – $130,000 with an outstanding benefits and perks package. 5 Weeks vacation to start RRSP matching Dental, life Flex days, 36 hour work weeks $5000 car allowance / year We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted and further details on the role will be provided.