The Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association (SRNA) is a profession-led regulatory body and association established in 1917 by the provincial legislature. The SRNA is accountable for public protection by ensuring members are competent and promotes the professional interest of its members in the public interest. Individual members are personally accountable for their professional nursing practice through adherence to the code of ethics, practice standards and ongoing continuing competence requirements. There are over 11,000 practicing members in the SRNA, including Graduate Nurses, Registered Nurses (RN)s and RN Nurse Practitioners.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Deputy Registrar and Director, Regulatory Services provides leadership to support council, staff, members and the senior leadership team in attaining strategic priorities. Key areas of accountability for this role include developing, implementing and evaluating: member registration and renewal processes; complaints and investigation processes and the continuing competence program. This key position in the SRNA is responsible for a team of 11 staff and an annual budget of over 1.3 million.
The ideal candidate will offer:
Significant experience in one or more of the registered nursing domains (5-10 years) with progression into management level responsibilities and/or roles.
Must be, or eligible to become, a licensed RN or RN (NP) in the province of Saskatchewan.
A Master’s degree is a must.
Experience in developing, implementing and evaluating complex and comprehensive nursing regulation and/or nursing education strategies required
Strong strategic thinking and leadership skills.
A track record of pursuing and attaining formal and informal education in nursing regulation and/or nursing education preferred.
Experience in collaborating with health system partners (e.g. regulatory bodies, healthcare employers, education institutions, etc.) preferred.
If you have the skills and experience required for this position, please forward your resume to: