Associate, Investigations

  • Full Time
  • Guelph

Website College of Veterinarians of Ontario

The College of Veterinarians of Ontario is the regulatory body for veterinarians in the province of Ontario. The College is currently seeking an Associate, Investigations. The Associate is responsible for supporting the Investigations program at the College which involves the investigation of complaints. This role will report to the Principal, Investigations and Hearings.

The Associate, Investigations will liaise with members of the public, veterinarians and Committee members. The role will involve case management, investigating each case by gathering necessary information and preparing the case file for review by the Complaints Committee. The Associate, Investigations is responsible for maintaining records and ensuring the accuracy of the files and the data recorded. The Associate will provide administrative support to the Principal, Investigations and Hearings.

The Associate requires excellent communication skills (both written and verbal), strong organizational skills and a good grasp of database systems, Outlook, Word, Excel, and Adobe programs. Attention to detail is essential in this role. At least three years administrative experience is needed. Experience working in a veterinary facility or a legal background is an asset, but not a requirement. A detailed outline of this role can be found through the following link: https://cvo.org/getmedia/b56d1033-b364-4c22-b8f6-d3b3b77d1f75/Associate_Investigations.pdf.aspx

This is a full-time role. The role will begin working remotely from home, and will, post COVID, work in our office in Guelph. Salary will be negotiated based on experience.

Please submit a resume and cover letter explaining your interest in this role to Beth Ready (bready@cvo.org) by May 12th.

We appreciate all interest in this role; only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Tagged as: complaints, investigations, veterinarians

To apply for this job email your details to bready@cvo.org

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