Document Editor, Registration
Reporting to the executive director, registration, the document editor’s primary responsibility is to review and edit registration-related documentation prior to final review by the executive director.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Duties include but are not limited to the following:
- review draft summaries, minutes and assessment reports for the Registration Committee, and review draft outcome letters arising from Registration Committee meetings
- review and edit summaries and assessment, as assigned
- draft, review and edit letters for review by the executive director
- ensure documents are well-organized, accurate, consistent and in compliance with applicable regulations, and adhere to the College's Editorial Style Guide and writing standards
- apply College standards, the Health Professions Act, the College Bylaws and information contained in the College’s Practice Standards and Professional Guidelines in the formulation of documents
- amend the general language of letters as assigned to ensure the information is understandable to the general public and set out in accordance with writing best practices
- draft, edit and format Registration Committee policies for publication on the College website
- documentation support
- draft or edit template letters as required, ensuring consistency in language and style
- assist in the development of other forms or materials as they arise
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Required skills and qualifications include:
- at least five years of experience in a legal environment as a paralegal or a similar position (paralegal certificate or diploma preferred)
- experience with decision writing and familiarity with legal and medical terminology
- alternatively, a background in health care, excellent writing skills and a willingness to acquire familiarity with relevant legal concepts
- working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
- excellent oral and written communication skills
- specifically, the ability to write and edit the work of others in short declarative sentences
- ability to clearly set out complex information unambiguously and at a level that may be read, understood and appreciated by someone with grade ten reading skills
- critical knowledge and understanding of how to apply College policy and the Health Professions Act
- excellent administrative and organizational skills
- proven ability to perform multiple tasks, balance continuous demands and priorities, and meet deadlines
- strong interpersonal skills
- ability to work both independently and as a team member
- ability to maintain a calm demeanor during busy or stressful times
- ability to exercise good judgment in recognizing scope of authority and protecting confidential information a must
- analytical thinker
- detail orientated
- initiative and strong problem-solving skills
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How To Apply
All applications for this position must be submitted online via this page
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We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.