APEGS Admissions Engineer/Geoscientist, Registration
August 14th, 2023
If you are determined to strengthen your career depth and breadth, consider gaining rich and valuable experience in the regulation of Engineers and Geoscientists in the Province of Saskatchewan.
Implementation of a future-focused business transformation strategy is underway at APEGS. Part of the transformation includes a new organizational design intended to create capacity and further develop capabilities across all functions and job levels of the Association. We are excited to seek candidates for the position of Admissions Engineer or Admissions Geoscientist as we continue to fulfill our mandate of protecting the public through regulation of the Engineering and Geoscience professions in Saskatchewan:
As an Admissions Engineer/Geoscientist, you will play a critical role in ensuring that public interests are met by confirming that engineers and geoscientists applying to be registered and licensed to practice in Saskatchewan meet the academic and experience qualifications required of a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) or Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo.).
- The role will rely on the provincial legislation that governs the professions of Engineering and Geoscience in Saskatchewan, together with APEGS Registration Policies and the principles of natural justice and procedural fairness, to analyze, evaluate, and formulate recommendations relative to the qualifications of applicants.
- The Admissions Engineer/Geoscientist, Registration, provides subject matter expertise gained from a minimum of five years (preferably 6 to 10 years) post-licensure as a practicing Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) or Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo.).
- A varied and diverse experience across various roles, functions or fields of engineering or geoscience will be considered a valued asset for this role.
- If the opportunity to apply your diverse professional experience towards admission of qualified engineers and geoscientists into the profession resonates with you, and you are known for your keen ability to interpret, analyze, assess, evaluate, and formulate prudent recommendations, we’d like to hear from you.
See the link below for a complete description of the position, the minimum qualifications, and desired competencies.
You will be joining a dedicated team that is navigating through an exciting era of business transformation within a self-regulatory framework. APEGS employees work onsite at the APEGS office in Regina. Given the nature of this role, ability for a hybrid arrangement may be considered on a case-by-case basis. In addition to an office location surrounded by too many amenities to name, APEGS offers employees a competitive salary and total rewards program which includes: Employer-paid benefits, paid vacation time, paid sick leave, an employee family assistance program, continuous learning and development opportunities, and financial support for pursuing further education or credentials. We also foster fun and comradery, including initiatives organized through our staff-led Social Committee.
Please submit a cover letter outlining how your combined experience, education and talents align with the position, together with your resume to: hr@Apegs.ca by 5:00pm (CST) August 31, 2023.
APEGS is committed to supporting accessibility and diversity. Requests for accommodations can be made at any stage of the recruitment and selection process. If you are selected by APEGS as a candidate for the position, please make your requirements known at the time we contact you.