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Chief Executive Officer - Association of Science & Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta

Status: Open

Location: Edmonton, Alberta

The Association of Science & Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) is a dynamic and influential organization dedicated to advancing the interests of science and engineering technology professionals in the province. ASET plays a crucial role in promoting excellence, fostering collaboration, and advocating for the recognition and development of professionals in the field.

As a self-regulated professional association, ASET ensures public safety with a responsibility to guarantee the qualifications of those holding ASET titles.

ASET is seeking a visionary and results-driven leader to provide strategic visionary focus for the organization. Reporting to a Council of 11, the CEO oversees a team of almost 20 professionals through four direct reports.

The ideal candidate will possess a strong track record in organizational design and management, coupled with exceptional executive leadership skills to steer ASET towards continued growth and influence within the industry.

  • Has post-secondary education in a relevant field. Equivalent experience may be considered.
  • Has a proven track record of organizational leadership and change management.
  • Has knowledge and experience pertaining to professional self-regulation.
  • Demonstrates proven knowledge and expertise in governance and policy.
  • Fostering a collegial, collaborative, and supportive relationship with Council.
  • Advising Council of internal and external factors which may impact ASET, recommending changes to policies and legislation and identifying opportunities arising from these factors.
  • Work closely with Council provide professionally and technically sound advice to support Council to effective governance, communication, and collaboration.
  • Provide timely and accurate information to Council to support decision-making processes.
  • Ensuring ASET fulfills all its responsibilities as set out in the Engineering and Geosciences Professions Act as well as other relevant legislation and agreements.
  • Establishing, supporting, and retaining an effective leadership team such that the organization can achieve its mission and priorities, and ensures leadership contingencies are in place.
  • Fostering a high-quality workplace that reflects the values of the organization by providing strong leadership to staff and demonstrating effective people management skills.
  •  Oversee the financial health of ASET.
  • Interacting with internal and external partners, on a provincial and national level to influence the direction of key organizational initiatives on matters of significant interest.
  • Creating a positive image of the organization.
  • Serving as a role model in the development of an organizational culture that supports the vision, mission, and values of ASET.
  • Enhance member value by developing and implementing initiatives that support professional development, networking, and recognition.
  • Foster a strong sense of community among ASET members and ensure their needs and concerns are addressed.
  • Collaboration and Partnership:
  • Cultivate strategic partnerships with industry, all three levels of government, and educational institutions to further ASET’s mission and objectives.
  • Collaborate with other professional associations to strengthen the collective voice of science and engineering technology professionals.

We understand and appreciate our clients’ ever-increasing desire for candidates to reflect the communities in which they work and live. The Vogel Group is committed to inclusivity and diversity as we search for outstanding leadership talent for our clients.

We encourage candidates of all ethnicities, cultural backgrounds, physical challenges, sexual orientations, and identifications to feel confident in exploring and declaring candidacy for any of our search assignments.

Rick Vogel, ICD.D                       

Founding Principal                       

780.665.4965 ext. 101                         

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