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About the Company

Our client is a high-performance accreditation organization. This fast-paced, dynamic and complex company is looking for a Standards Enforcement Officer as the company continues to grow and expand. They are a professional and friendly environment who can offer a good work/life balance along with a competitive compensation plan, plus vacation.

Company Culture

  • Fast paced environment - does not have the typical "non-profit" environment
  • Professional and friendly
  • Flexible working hours, and good work life balance

About the Opportunity

  • Conducting preliminary investigations of complaints of professional misconduct
  • Preparing Case Plans and determining evidence required to prove allegations of professional misconduct
  • Identifying risk and conducting ongoing risk analyzing
  • Gathering, processing and analyzing evidence for possible breaches of the Code of Professional Conduct
  • Reasoning through complex spoken and written information
  • Preparing reports and related document briefs
  • Communicating,orally and in writing, with complainants and members to gather sufficient information and supporting documentation about complaints of professional misconduct
  • Conducting extensive research to obtain sufficient information and supporting documentation relevant to the matter subject to the complaint
  • Analysis and monitoring of the ongoing workflow and prioritization of files for review and reporting progress to the Director, Standards Enforcement
  • Ability to work independently and to collaborate with other Standards Enforcement Officers, particularly with respect to the more unusual and complex cases, workflow, report writing and department processes
  • Preparing responses to members’ queries on the application of the Code of Professional Conduct, including researching complicated areas and drafting responses to opinion requests
  • Responding to questions from members of the public, complainants and members about the complaints and investigation process
  • Managing and providing advice to the Professional Conduct Committee
  • Conducting presentations on the complaint review and investigation process as assigned by the Director, Standards Enforcement

About You

  • CPA (Mid-Large size Public Accounting Firm Experience)
  • 4-5 minimum years’ experience post designation
  • Audit and Review experience or Tax experience from the firm
  • Strong ability to write reports/ skillful at report writing
  • Excellent command of English writing and verbal communication skills
  • Experience in investigative or forensic accounting a strong asset

Salary Range

$110,000 - $130,000/year

How to Apply

Click the “Apply Now” button and follow the instructions to submit your resume. Please note that we only accept documents in MS Word or Rich Text formats. When referencing this job, quote #26745.

You must currently reside within the Greater Toronto Area and be permitted to work in Canada to be considered for this opportunity. A recruiter will be in touch with you if your profile meets our client’s requirements for this role.