|Agency Title:||Office of the Fairness Commissioner|
Part-Time Commissioner (The Fairness Commissioner)
The Government of Ontario seeks a Commissioner who will provide leadership and strategic direction to the Office of the Fairness Commissioner (the Agency). The Agency was established as part of the government’s commitment to ensure that regulatory bodies have registration practices that are transparent, objective, impartial and fair in order to facilitate the integration of internationally trained professionals into the Ontario labour market.
Serving in a leadership capacity, your direct report will be an Executive Director (or equivalent) who oversees the operations of the Agency and staff.
To fulfil this provincially significant mandate, you possess an established track record of leadership as a senior executive.
You have an in-depth understanding of and demonstrated experience in:
You have relevant knowledge and understanding of: the mandate of the Agency and its constituting legislation; the mandate, responsibilities and legislation governing Ontario’s regulatory bodies; barriers facing internationally trained applicants; and, best practices for improving access to regulated professions and compulsory trades.
You are a dynamic, inclusive leader and communicator who can inspire collaboration, innovation and a shared vision.
You have a strong understanding of agency governance including policies, procedures, protocols, and rules.
The successful candidate will also possess:
Appointment is by Order in Council for up to two years, and is subject to renewal for a maximum of 10 years.
Location: Toronto, ON
This is a part-time position that requires meetings and/or conferences with various stakeholders and some travel during and outside normal business hours. The maximum number of working days per year is 234.
Candidates should consider their ability to make such a commitment as part of their decision to express their interest in this position.
$627 per diem, as per the Agencies & Appointments Directive (ADD).
Appointees are entitled to recover approved out of pocket expenses incurred in the performance of duties in accordance with the Province of Ontario’s Travel, Meal and Hospitality Expenses Directive.
To learn more about the Office of the Fairness Commissioner, please visit http://www.fairnesscommissioner.ca.
The Office of the Fairness Commissioner is an equal opportunity organization. We will accommodate your needs under the Ontario Human Rights Code.
Government appointees reflect the diversity of the people of Ontario and deliver services and decisions in a non-partisan, professional, ethical and competent manner with a commitment to the principles and values of public service.
If appointed you will be subject to the Public Service of Ontario Act, 2006 and Conflict of Interest rules. Information is available on the Conflict of Interest Commissioner’s website: www.coicommissioner.gov.on.ca. You may also be subject to other statutes, regulations, rules or directives that currently exist or may be established which are applicable to agencies, boards or commissions.
All applications must quote the file number PAS-1688 and be received by the closing date. If not applying online, applications must be signed and received by email, fax, mail or hand delivery no later than August 5, 2016.
Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
All application forms quoting file number must be addressed to: