Coordinator, Investigations - Ontario Association of Architects
The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), the licensing body and regulator for the province’s architectural profession, invites applications for:
The Ontario Association of Architects is seeking a Coordinator, Investigations (Coordinator). The Coordinator is responsible for and assists in the implementation and administration of OAA regulatory activities related to professional conduct and breaches of the Architects Act (the Act). The Coordinator reports directly to the Registrar and works closely with the Deputy Registrar and with other OAA staff in a team environment.
- Coordination of cease and desist and other act enforcement procedures
o Act enforcement intake
o Responding to inquiries regarding the act enforcement process
o Recommending courses of action in act enforcement
o Communicating directly with council
o Working with the Registrar or Deputy Registrar to prepare and submit requests under the Building Code Act
o Acting as resource for other OAA service areas as it pertains to enforcement matters
- Coordination of the complaints process
o Responding to inquiries regarding the OAA Complaints process
o Administering complaints committee process
o Providing support to Complaints Committee
o Acting as resource for other OAA service areas as it pertains to the complaints process
- Acting as support and administration for Public Interest Review Committee (PIRC)
- Acting as support and administration for Process and Fees Mediation Committee (FMC)
- Other activities and responsibilities as assigned
• A University degree or equivalent work experience
• Two years of experience in program management, administration, or coordination
• Proven project management skills
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Excellent attention to detail, demonstrated ability to meet deadlines, strong organizational skills, and dependability
• The ability to maintain a positive team-player attitude, remain calm and professional under pressure, work collaboratively and independently with diverse individuals, and resolve conflicts constructively
• Experience working remotely
• Strong skills in Microsoft Office applications
• Demonstrated ability to investigate and solve practical problems
• Experience working in a legal setting will be considered an asset
This is a full-time position based out of the OAA Headquarters in Toronto, with a start date anticipated for October 18, 2021. During the COVID-19 pandemic, OAA operations are being conducted remotely; it is expected that the successful candidate will also begin this position working from home.
Please submit a resumé in PDF format to OAAHR@oaa.on.ca identifying the position in the subject line, no later than end of day, October 1, 2021. We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.