Executive Director – Canadian Dental Regulatory Authorities Federation

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Location: Flexible

The Canadian Dental Regulatory Authorities Federation (CDRAF) established in 2004, is a national forum for the provincial dental regulators in Canada to share resources and address common issues. With the ten provincial dental regulatory authorities constituting the membership of the Federation, and with an active management committee of the Board, the intent is to work on behalf of members to create a climate for collaboration on regulatory issues while respecting the autonomy of each member organization to fulfill their regulatory mandate.

CDRAF has enjoyed the steady leadership of an Executive Director for the past several years. However, this gentleman held concurrent roles in that he is also the Registrar of the nation’s largest dental regulatory body (overseeing regulation in Ontario).

An opportunity now exists for the CDRAF to be led by an Executive Director who can dedicate his/her full attention to the role and the organization. Supported by a small team and working closely with the Board and Management Committee of the Board, this individual has a unique opportunity to advance the interests of an already trusted profession and position it even more strongly for the future.

The ideal candidate brings a demonstrated track record of providing strategic senior leadership to an organization with multiple stakeholders and ideally with experience in, or knowledge of, professional regulation. Experience reporting to a board, and successfully advancing an agenda in an organization with a small infrastructure will be seen as assets.

The opportunity exists for the successful candidate to establish the office in the city of their residence. In this way, relocation would not be required.

To explore this exciting opportunity further, please contact Kathryn Young or Lorraine Scrimshaw at 604-685-0261, or please submit your resume and information to vancouver@boyden.com and state the title of the position in the subject line of your e-mail.

Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, July 21, 2015