Reporting to the manager, laboratory medicine, the accreditation assessment officer (AAO), laboratory medicine, is responsible for assessing the performance of the laboratory medicine facilities/services of British Columbia for the purposes of awarding accreditation.
Through on-site assessments of the laboratory medicine facility/service, the AAO writes assessment reports identifying best practices evidenced, opportunities for improvement, and follow-up actions required to address identified nonconformances. In conducting the assessments, the AAO provides education and shares best practices for the purposes of improving quality and safety.
In the capacity of accreditation assessment officer, this position has delegated authority to review and sign off on evidence submitted in response to identified nonconformances, and to make recommendations for accreditation awards to the Diagnostic Accreditation Program (DAP) Committee.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Duties include but are not limited to the following:
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Required skills and qualifications include the following:
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia has been recognized as one of BC’s top employers since 2011 and one of Canada’s top 100 employers since 2014. Our goal is to attract, develop and retain highly talented employees. We offer an excellent working environment including a hybrid work-from-home/in-office model, opportunities for personal and professional growth, and a comprehensive benefits package.
How To Apply
All applications for this position must be submitted via the College website:
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The College welcomes all applicants and is dedicated to promoting a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment.
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