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BCIA is looking to hire for the role of Registrar, a full-time (37.5 hours per week) position based in our Langford, BC office.
The Registrar is responsible for the effective and efficient management of admission, registration and accreditation activities for the BCIA. The Registrar will work with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to determine BCIA’s strategic direction especially as it relates to improving and updating the admissions, registration, and accreditation activities.
As BCIA anticipates major growth within the next 1-5 years, the Registrar will provide advisory services, professional expertise, and insights to facilitate this growth. This includes representation of BCIA in, including but not limited to, municipal and provincial settings, and outreach at the regional level to BCIA branches, post-secondary institutions.
This role would require occasional travel on evenings and weekends, primarily to Vancouver. The BCIA is proud to offer a flexible work schedule of both hybrid and remote work models, as well as a competitive salary and benefits to the successful candidate.
- Bachelor's or Master’s Degree in agriculture, environmental science, or a natural resource field.
- Professional Agrologist or immediately eligible for registration as or an Articling Agrologist with BCIA.
- Greater than five (5) years of experience in the natural resource sector with progressive management experience including senior management roles and responsibilities.
- Experience in administration of not-for-profit, public interest, legislated, self-regulated professional associations or similar organizations.
Lesser qualified applicants may be considered for application at a lower level.
If you (or someone you know) is a good fit for this role, please apply to join us and be part of a positive, supportive culture that values quality and innovative solutions!
View the full job description on our employment page at: https://www.bcia.com/registrants/registrant-information/employment
To apply: Email your cover letter and resume to: email@example.com, quoting the position title in the subject line.
About British Columbia Institute of Agrologists
The BCIA is the self-governing regulator of the profession of agrology in British Columbia. Formed in 1947, 76 years ago, the organization initially governed the professional conduct of agricultural scientists working in the different agrology-related branches of science. Learn more at our website: https://www.bcia.com/