The Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (RCDSO) is a leader in health care regulation. As the governing body for nearly 10,000 dentists in Ontario, our mission is to act in the public interest by putting patients first. We are committed to transparency, accessibility, and fairness in all our work.
RCDSO offers an engaging and values-based work culture that promotes leadership, work/life balance, teamwork and opportunities for professional development.
By joining the College, you’ll work in a vibrant, positive and progressive environment that will motivate you to achieve your best.
CURRENT JOB POSTINGS
The College’s Registration department is responsible for managing many application and renewal processes for nearly 10,000 College members, and their facilities, including:
- Membership renewal
- Health Profession Corporations (HPC)
- Sedation and Anesthesia
- Dental CT Scanners
The department provides timely and accurate information to members with a strong focus on customer service.
The Manager, Registration is a member of the senior management team, oversees the activities of the Registration department and acts as the staff support person to the College’s Registration Committee. The current incumbent also serves as a policy advisor/analyst and consultant to the Registrar and others.
- Six to nine years of experience with registration processes, design and development at a senior level.
- Knowledge of current health regulatory policy,
domestically and internationally, would be an
- Ensures Registration department processes are
completed in a timely, accurate fashion
according to policies and regulations. Sets
administrative processes and policies.
- Supports the Registration Committee by setting
Committee meeting agendas and providing
background on applicants or policy issues.
- Analyzes impacts of changing legislation and
proposes solutions to meet new requirements.
- Evaluates and consults on issues impacting
applicants and members, for example, retired
dentists and volunteerism.
- Develops solutions or responses to new
initiatives of College or Registration Committee
or imposed initiatives from government,
provincial or federal, such as participation in
new national process of assessing/evaluating
internationally trained dentists.
- Advises the Registrar and other College
members on the registration process. Provides
input on a variety of registration related issues.
- Provides information for reports or speaking
notes. Deals directly as needed with applicants
and members and relays decisions of
Registration Committee to applicants and third
parties or stakeholders.
Cover letters and resumes must be received by
May 26, 2017. Please forward in confidence to email@example.com.