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 Hearing Aid Practitioner - East Edmonton
Edmonton, AB
Posted: 07/03/19

Capilano Hearing in Capilano Mall, East Edmonton is seeking an established hearing aid practitioner.


-Applicant must be a member of the College of Hearing Aid Practitioners of Alberta.

- Applicant must be an AADL Assessor with one or more years of experience as an AADL Assessor.

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications.

If interested, please email your resume with references to

All applications will be reviewed with strict confidentiality

Deputy Registrar
Edmonton, AB
Posted: 07/03/19

The College of Hearing Aid Practitioners of Alberta (CHAPA) is the professional regulatory body for Alberta's Hearing Aid Practitioners. The College's primary mandate is to protect the public by ensuring that new and renewing registrants have the knowledge, skills, attitude and judgment to provide sage and competent hearing health services to the public. They also promote excellence in practice and provide professional development opportunities to registrants.

Reporting to Council of the College, the Deputy Registrar has the delegated authority to manage all administrative functions of CHAPA, including but not limited to:
- Maintaining membership registers for all categories of membership in the College, including renewal processes, amendments and resignations.
- Reviewing and processing of applications for registration with the College.
- Assessing applications for reinstatement of cancelled or suspended registrations and providing such material to the Registration Committee as appropriate.
- issuing, suspending, cancelling and reinstating Practice Permits and notifying external authorities and agencies as required.
- Advising and assisting Council in fulfilling their obligations under the Health Professions Act, Alberta Regulations and College Bylaws, including:
a) Interpreting and, where appropriate recommending amendments to the CHAPA Regulations, College Bylaws and Policies, Standards of Practice, Code of Ethics and other regulatory documents.
b) Apprising Council of opportunities and issues impacting College operations
c) Responding to inquiries from College members and the general public regarding registration matters, professional duties of Hearing Aid Practitioners, restricted activity authorization for Practitioners and related regulatory matters.
d) Administering member compliance with Hearing Tribunal Orders.


Working directly with the Registrar/CEO and Executive Director, the Deputy Registrar's key responsibilities will include:
- Maintenance of the member data base and website
- Internal communications
- Assist in the preparation of the College's Annual Report
- Other duties as required by Council or staff


The successful candidate:
- Has preferably worked or is working in a professional regulatory body and therefore has knowledge or relevant or related legislation (ie: College of Hearing Aid Practitioners Professional Regulation, Health Professions Act and associated regulations)
- Preferably, but not necessarily, holds a Diploma in Hearing Aid Practitioner and is eligible for registration or is registered with CHAPA.

In addition to the core competencies, the successful candidate will have the ability to inspire confidence and trust, be able to motivate staff, partners and stakeholders with vision and innovative thinking. A true team player, this person will be able to embrace a common vision and work towards a common goal. Will work collaboratively with all levels of the organization and is committed to what needs to be done. Externally, this person will build relationships with stakeholders of all sorts, with an understanding and appreciation of Alberta's Healthcare context. This person will be able to tailor his/her communication when dealing with varied audiences. She/he conducts themselves with honesty and transparency when interacting with staff, the Board, colleagues, Governments, corporate executives, provincial stakeholders and other stakeholders.

This is a part-time position for approximately 20 hours per week in Edmonton, Alberta
Salary will be commensurate with qualifications.

If you feel that you, or someone you know, would be a great candidate for this position, please forward a current resume to

Please note: We thank all those that apply but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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