Facility Accreditation Coordinator

Employer: College of Veterinarians of British Columbia
Location: Richmond
Job Type: Full Time
Job Description

If you have enthusiasm for a non-traditional career involving the regulation of veterinary practice facilities, possess great organizational and interpersonal skills, and enjoy travelling as well as working in a small office environment, then we would love to have you join our team. Purpose: Under the supervision of the Deputy Registrar and also working with Inspectors, the Practice Facilities Accreditation Committee (PFAC) and its Chair, the Facilities Accreditation Coordinator will provide organizational, document management, and administrative support to the Practice Facility Accreditation processes of the College, with the future goal of incorporating an inspection function. Duties and Responsibilities: •Process accreditation applications and renewals from the initial stage to the closing stage •Provide document management, administrative and communications support for the Deputy Registrar, Practice Inspectors, and PFAC •Travel throughout BC to perform practice facility inspections for the purposes of initial accreditation and reaccreditation •Organise and compile documents for the PFAC agenda and attend teleconferences •Draft, process, and implement PFAC minutes •Track all accreditation deficiency and undertaking progression and conclusions •Assist with policy and procedure drafting for the accreditation process and its review •Manage electronic and hard copies of all accreditation documentation •Answer phone calls and emails from Registrants and PFAC •Provide general and communications support to the Registrar and other senior staff •Assist with filing and archiving of College documents and other office duties as required


•Registered Animal Health Technologist or Veterinary Technician in good standing •Minimum of 10 years clinical veterinary experience, ideally in more than one practice environment •Office management experience an asset •Fluency in English – oral, written, comprehension •Ability to confidentially and professionally deal with sensitive information and difficult situations •Ability to prioritize a variety of simultaneous responsibilities •Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe and Outlook •Polite, respectful, collegial, and attentive to detail •Ability to work in a team, independently and under time constraints •Willingness to travel and communicate effectively with veterinarians and staff about facilities standards

Starting Date: 2018-03-13
Wage: To Be Negotiated
Company Info

Ensuring that the public and animals of British Columbia are served by a competent and ethical profession.

Contact Name: Nicole Alivojvodic
Company Email: nicole@cvbc.ca
Company Website: cvbc.ca