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Registry and Compliance Officer
Salary range: $56,000.16 - $79,800.12
As the Registry and Compliance Officer, you will provide a first point of contact for lobbyists, the general public and stakeholders with complex questions regarding the Lobbyists Transparency Act (LTA). You will provide information and guidance to lobbyists in complying with the LTA, review registrations submitted to the Lobbyists Registry, and identify and examine issues of potential non-compliance.
The Registry and Compliance Officer has delegated authority to make decisions regarding verification of information provided in a registration, acceptance or refusal to accept a registration that does not comply with the requirements of the LTA, removal of a registrant, identifying and examining issues of potential non-compliance, and issuing written findings.
This opportunity may be of interest to those individuals who possess:
- University degree in a related field (e.g. Public Administration, Political Science, Law, etc.)
- Minimum of 1 year of experience providing intake services or addressing complaints or inquiries from members of the public, including assessing needs, identifying appropriate actions, and/or preparing written recommendations.
- Preference may be given to candidates with recent experience regularly interpreting and applying a regulatory statute and related regulations.
- Preference may be given to candidates with experience applying the principles of administrative fairness and natural justice.
- An equivalent combination of education and related experience may be considered.
Complete qualifications, including competencies, are outlined in the job profile.
This posting is for one permanent, full-time opportunity. An eligibility list may be established to fill similar future vacancies in a full-time temporary or permanent capacity. Temporary positions may become full or part-time, permanent status. This position is excluded from union membership.
Over time, through performance-based in-range movement, the successful candidate in this competition will have the opportunity to reach the maximum of their position’s salary band. The starting salary for this position is anticipated to be approximately $61,950.15 and will be determined with consideration of the successful candidate’s relevant education and experience.
How to Apply:
Your application package must be submitted by email to: Recruitment@oipc.bc.ca, quoting the competition number in the subject line.
To apply for this position you must submit an application package, which includes:
- A cover letter;
- Your resume;
- A completed job qualifications grid.
Your application package must clearly demonstrate how your education and experience meet the position requirements. You must identify which positions you are relying upon to meet the criteria of relevant experience and how the position meets that criteria. In describing your education and experience, please pay particular attention to the position description including the competencies and selection criteria. Applications must be received by email no later than 12:00 p.m. PST (noon), Wednesday, March 10, 2021. Incomplete packages or submissions that are received after the closing date and time will not be considered or acknowledged.
Your resume, cover letter, and qualifications grid may be evaluated as part of the screening process with respect to the position requirement to be able to communicate in writing in an effective manner. Candidates may be asked to complete a written assignment as part of the selection process.
Applicants who identify as Indigenous may choose to seek assistance with their application by accessing the Indigenous Applicant Advisory Service available through the BC Public Service.
If you have questions related to the competition process, please contact Krysty Anderson, A/HR Advisor, at KAnderson@bcombudsperson.ca.
Competition Number: 75102
Closing date: 12:00 p.m. PST on Wednesday, March 10, 2021