Career Opportunities

Current Career Opportunities - Links and Resources

This job board, first created in 2013, contains up-to-date information and current links. SOAR posts this as a courtesy to organizations that perform adjudicative/regulatory functions and may be of interest to our members. SOAR is not responsible for the content.

For further information about provincial and federal appointments, please review the links below and contact the organization directly:

College of Nurses Ontario - Prosecutions Associate (Temporary to July 2025))

JOB PURPOSE 

Oversees and manages proceedings before the Discipline and Fitness to Practise Committees, including collaborating with system partners and ensuring legislative timelines are met.

Supervises the team’s work activities by providing staff oversight, support, coaching and consultation; reviewing quality of work, identifying strategies to facilitate success to ensure team contribution achieve organizational goals.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES 

College of Nurses Ontario - Prosecutions Associate (Permanent)

PROSECUTIONS ASSOCIATE (PERMANENT)

JOB PURPOSE 

Oversees and manages proceedings before the Discipline and Fitness to Practise Committees, including collaborating with system partners and ensuring legislative timelines are met.

Supervises the team’s work activities by providing staff oversight, support, coaching and consultation; reviewing quality of work, identifying strategies to facilitate success to ensure team contribution achieve organizational goals.

Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario - Investigator (14 month Contract)

Investigator (14 Mos. Contract)

The Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (RCDSO) is a leader in health care regulation. As the governing body for more than 11,000 dentists in Ontario, our mission is to act in the public interest by putting patients first. We are committed to transparency, accessibility, openness, and fairness in all our work.  

Bring your excellent investigative and communication skills to our team as an Investigator in the College’s Professional Conduct and Regulatory Affairs (PCRA) department.   

Law Society Tribunal - Part Time Adjudicator, Bilingual

The Law Society Tribunal requires several qualified individuals to serve a two- year renewable term as part-time adjudicators.

The Position:

The Tribunal is an independent adjudicative body consisting of a Chair, Vice-Chairs, members and tribunal staff. Adjudicators are lawyers, paralegals, and lay people who are neither lawyers nor paralegals. Lawyer and paralegal adjudicators bring legal expertise and perspective to the Tribunal. Lay adjudicators bring a range of other valuable perspectives and help to ensure professional accountability.