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Closing date for RMTs to apply for new Practice Advisor Position: October 11, 2019

As previously announced, CMTBC has created and is recruiting for a new staff position – Practice Advisor – focused on providing guidance and advice to RMTs on their professional obligations.

The Practice Advisor will:

  • Provide guidance and advice to RMTs, and occasionally members of the public, on practice-related issues that involve professional obligations, such as boundaries, charting, record-keeping, and communication;
  • Develop practice support materials for RMTs;
  • Identify issues relating to practice that require policy direction; and
  • Assist with development and review of CMTBC standards of practice.

Qualifications include a minimum of five years full-time experience as a practising RMT in a regulated Canadian province.

Read the full job description (PDF) posted on Careers at CMTBC.

CMTBC will accept applications from RMTs for the position until October 11, 2019. Please email your application, including cover letter and resumé, to Eric Wredenhagen, CMTBC Registrar and CEO, at Eric.Wredenhagen@cmtbc.ca.

CMTBC staff have long provided RMTs with practice guidance and advice on an ad hoc basis. However, the increasing demand for practice support that comes with the steady increase in registrant numbers has led to the decision to create a dedicated role.

“The Practice Advisor will ensure RMTs are considering and applying the correct resources – including CMTBC’s standards of practice, Code of Ethics, Bylaws, and external resources – when exercising professional judgement,” says Mr. Wredenhagen. “Creating this position is about supporting and enhancing RMTs’ professionalism, which directly relates to our mandate of ensuring RMTs deliver safe, ethical, and effective care to the public.”

 

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