September 9, 2021
With the proclamation of the Registered Teachers Act on July 1, 2015 the government of Saskatchewan granted the teachers of Saskatchewan the privilege of becoming a self-regulating profession, and the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB) was established to oversee the administration of the standards for certification, conduct and competency of more than 18,000 of the province’s education professionals.
The Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB) requires a well-organized, attentive to detail, energetic, and confident individual to serve as the Assistant Registrar.
The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for overseeing the administrative responsibilities of the SPTRB staff. The Assistant Registrar will support the office of the COO/Registrar through a variety of other responsibilities including: receiving complaints concerning teachers conduct and competence; coordination of the Professional Conduct Committee; coordinating the administration and maintenance of the SPTRBs teacher certification and registration software program/database; research, writing and compiling reports; supporting the work of the Board of Directors and other SPTRB committees; and solving problems and enhancing processes.
The candidate of choice for this position will have a graduate degree in education, business, or public administration; experience in educational administration or other management positions; strong organizational and communication skills; knowledge of the operational and administrative functions of an office environment; and skill in using relational databases and other computer applications such as Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.
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The SPTRB offers a competitive benefits package. This position will be eligible for a hybrid cybercommuting/working at the office arrangement.
The SPTRB is committed to establishing a staff whose members are representative of Saskatchewan’s diverse teaching profession, including, but not limited to, First Nations, cultural and linguistic background, visible minorities, ability, age, and gender identity.
To be considered for this position you must be a Canadian resident and be willing to reside in Saskatchewan.