Registrar and Executive Director

BC Public Service


Registrar and Executive Director

A high profile leadership role with an administrative tribunal for a dedicated professional

Salary $87,600.00 – $114,100.00 annually

The Property Assessment Appeal Board (”the Board”) is an independent, quasi-judicial administrative tribunal established under the Assessment Act. The Board is the second level of appeal for property assessments throughout the province.  The Board uses facilitative dispute resolution techniques to settle as many appeals as possible without a hearing. Short of an appeal o a point of law to the Supreme Court of BC, the Board is the final step in the appeal process.  The Board receives 2,500 to 3,500 appeals each year. The total assessed value of all properties currently before the Board is approximately $47 billion. The Board faces the challenge of a high volume of appeals with considerable variations in content and complexity.

The Registrar is the Chief Financial Officer for the Board and reports to the Chair. The Registrar is responsible for the financial management of the Board; directs the Board’s registry and makes procedural determinations including the dismissal of appeals.; leads management of information technology projects; negotiates MOUs and manages relationships with partnership organizations; resolves assessment appeals; is responsible for processing requests made under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA) and records management; and takes a leadership role in innovation including managing complex, multi-organization initiatives and Stakeholder relations.

Qualifications for this role include:

  • A post graduate degree from a school of recognized standing in a related area such as business administration, law, public administration or other related discipline. An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience may be considered.  
  • Senior management experience including three years experience in a managerial role supervising staff.
  • Experience managing and preparing large budgets (in the order of $1 million+) including budget forecasting with the use of Excel.
  • Experience managing and preparing contracts.
  • Preference will be given to candidates with experience in:
    • Administrative law and tribunal or quasi-judicial work.
    • Leading and supporting the development of multifaceted projects, including innovation and Information Management Systems.

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