CDHM Position – Deputy Registrar February 2015

Posted by CDHM INFO On February - 25 - 2015

POSITION DESCRIPTION – Deputy Registrar February 2015

The College of Dental Hygienists of Manitoba (CDHM) is the regulatory body for Manitoba’s over 700 registered dental hygienists with the mandate to protect the public through the regulation of dental hygiene. The CDHM is restructuring its team and invites applicants for the position of Deputy Registrar. This is a part-time position, reporting to the Registrar/Executive Director. To be successful in the position you must be a practising registrant (or be eligible for practising registration) with the CDHM, preferably with a broad scope of dental hygiene experience, with at least 5 years of experience in dental hygiene roles such as administration and program development.

Reporting to the Registrar/Executive Director, the successful candidate will contribute to meeting the mandate of the College as part of the senior management team by leading projects, supporting College programs such as the Continuing Competency Program and assuming the Registrar/Executive Director’s duties in her absence.

Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the Deputy Registrar is a two day/week position at the CDHM office. The Deputy Registrar will be flexible and structure his or her time to meet the needs of the College and its Committees. Baccalaureate degree and experience in health professions regulation is required.

Excellent verbal and written skills as well as effective teamwork skills will enable the successful candidate to assume the responsibilities of this position.

The CDHM offers a competitive salary and support for continuing professional development.

Interested candidates should apply in writing with a resume, cover letter and references to:

Registrar/Executive Director
College of Dental Hygienists of Manitoba
109-420 Des Meurons Street
Winnipeg MB
R2H 2N9

Deadlines for applications is: March 13, 2015, 4 PM CST.

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