Registration and Administration Co-Ordinator
YRNA is a small and collegial workplace. Staff at all levels will roll up their sleeves to get necessary work accomplished. The incumbent will support both the CEO and the Registrar in YRNA operations. The CEO is accountable to the Board for organizational performance and has ultimate responsibility to supervise and direct staff. Day-to-day oversight and direction will come from the Registrar.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The incumbent will:
· Carry out office administration tasks and duties to support operational and organizational success.
· Be the “face” of the YRNA dealing with customers and clients in person and electronically.
· Coordinate, process and facilitate applications for registration and licensee renewal for Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurses in the Yukon.
· Support the work of the Board and various committees and task groups in line with a regulatory body tasked with promoting patient safety and public protection.
· Implement, evaluate, assess and suggest process improvements for registration procedures.
· Implement, evaluate, assess and suggest process improvements for administration and operations of a small to medium sized organization.
· Carry out such other duties and responsibilities as will bee assigned from time-to-time.
Hours of Work and Compensation:
· This position is considered a full-time permanent position. The pay range is expected to be in the $52-$58K range per annum dependent on qualifications upon entry and performance.
· YRNA will consider secondment to facilitate hiring based on the qualifications and competencies we are seeking for this role.
· YRNA provides and pays for a competitive benefits package for employees and dependents.
What You Bring to the Table:
· Demonstrated ability to be a team player.
· A strong work ethic, open-mind and sense of humour.
· Compassion and empathy.
· Demonstrable success as a mid-to-senior level office administrator.
· Experience supporting and coordinating Boards, committees or their equivalent.
· Demonstrated ability to understand and apply policy and procedures in a consistent, accurate and compassionate manner.
· Knowledge of registration processes for a health profession would be a distinct asset.
· Experience in and an understanding of the healthcare sector is preferred.
· Knowledge of the duties of regulatory bodies focused on health or related professions is an asset – or a demonstrated willingness to learn.
· Knowledge and understanding of concepts of cultural safety and humility and how to implement them in operations and policy is highly preferred.
· Demonstrated ability to work with office productivity software, databases and IT.
· Technological literacy and competence.
· Commitment to continuous improvement.
· Curiosity and willingness to question how and why we currently do things.
· Ability to bring reasonable solutions to problems and challenges.
In support of our commitment to cultural safety and humility, a hiring preference will apply for qualified candidates of Canadian Indigenous ancestry, with a priority for Yukon First Nation candidates.