Careers

The College has a highly talented and diverse team of professionals in Burlington, Ontario and across Canada

Currently available positions

As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from people legally entitled to work in Canada who represent the diversity of our nation and whose qualifications meet the skills and experiences we seek.

While we thank all applicants for their interest, we will only contact those identified for further consideration.

Currently available positions:

Coordinator, Compliance

About the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (the College)

The College is the authority mandated by the Government of Canada to regulate the practice of Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) and Regulated International Student Immigration Advisors (RISIAs). Its role, authority and powers are established in the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants Act (Canada). The College sets and enforces the licensing, education and ethical standards of the profession in the public interest.

Industry

Self-Regulatory Organization (SRO)

Position

JOB TITLE: Coordinator, Compliance
Department: OCEO
Reports to: Associate Director, Operations
Language Requirement: English
Location: Canada
Classification: Full-time


Why join us?

Do you want to be part of a team that strives to enhance and uphold Canada’s immigration and citizenship consulting profession? If you share our passion and purpose, please consider applying for the opportunity below to become part of a team that makes a difference.


How will this role support our team?

The Coordinator, Compliance provides policy and administrative support to assist the College in fulfilling its compliance requirements, with a focus on the Access to Information Act, the Privacy Act (access to information and privacy [ATIP]) and the Library and Archives of Canada Act. 


Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to)

  • Support the College in meeting its legislative compliance requirements.
  • Coordinate requests for information submitted under the Acts in compliance with ATIP legislation, regulations, and Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS) policies and guidelines.
  • Provide coordination support to the Specialist, Policy Compliance (e.g., maintain ATIP mailbox, update ATIP request tracker, conduct research, draft ATIP statistical and annual reports, coordinate the reporting process).
  • Conduct privacy reviews of third-party contracts/agreements to ensure controls are in place to comply with legislative privacy requirements.
  • Collaborate with the Specialist, Policy Compliance to coordinate and complete Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) as required.
  • Collaborate with the Finance Department to coordinate travel and hospitality expense submissions to Open Government in compliance with Part II of the Access to Information Act.
  • Assist the Specialist, Policy Compliance with the coordination activities related to the development, planning, implementation and training for compliance-related legislation, regulations, directives and guidelines.

This role will support our team by providing:

  • Analytical and problem-solving skills to understand and process requests, conduct research and coordinate reporting processes.
  • Time management, organizational, and decision-making skills to manage and prioritize competing priorities in accordance with established policies and procedures under strict statutorily imposed deadlines.
  • Organizational skills to independently plan and organize daily activities. 
  • Flexibility to work in a fast-paced changing environment as a collaborative team player who demonstrates initiative.
  • Interpersonal skills to interact professionally and respectfully with others. 
  • Written and verbal communication skills to respond to requests for information and to complete annual reports. 
  • Attention to detail to respond to requests for information, to ensure reporting is complete and accurate and to review third-party contracts/agreements. 

Required Education and Experience

  • College diploma in a related discipline.
  • 3-5 years of experience supporting the implementation of compliance policies, procedures, and guidelines.
  • Ability to acquire knowledge of the Access to Information Act, Privacy Act and Library and Archives of Canada Act.

What We Offer

  • The College hires and onboards 100% remotely
  • The opportunity to protect the public interest within the immigration and citizenship sector
  • A culture of transparency, where team members are involved in important conversations
  • Full health benefits from day one for you and your family
  • Access to the Employee and Family Assistance program
  • RRSP match

How to Apply

Click here to upload your resume and brief cover letter indicating why you feel you are fit for this role.

The College is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from persons legally entitled to work in Canada, who represent the diversity of our nation, and whose qualifications meet the skills and experiences we seek. We are committed to providing equal opportunities to all candidates and to meeting the needs of people with disabilities. Should you be contacted regarding an employment opportunity and require an accommodation for a disability, we will be pleased to work with you to identify how we can best support you through this process.

The successful candidate will be required to undergo a criminal background check.

While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those identified for further consideration will be contacted.