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Royer Thompson: Director of Registration - Engineers Nova Scotia

Posted: August 15, 2022

Director of Registration Engineers Nova Scotia Halifax, NS Engineers Nova Scotia is the licensing and regulatory body for more than 8,000 Professional Engineers and Engineers-in-Training practicing in Nova Scotia. With a mission to license registrants who are qualified and competent, assisting them to fulfill their obligations to practice engineering in the best interests of the public, Engineers Nova Scotia is empowered by the Engineering Profession Act and is supported by the council, staff, and many volunteers who work to better the profession. Engineers Nova Scotia’s efforts touch thousands of Nova Scotians by assisting students to reach their potential to become an engineer, assisting young professionals along their journey, enforcing regulatory standards, and promoting high professional practice standards. Our vision is a safe and sustainable Nova Scotia protected by accessible, progressive, and trusted regulation of the engineering profession. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer the Director of... See full posting.
Construction Defense Canada: Regional Service Line Leader, Construction Services

Posted: August 15, 2022

DCC is proud to be recognized by Forbes on their 2022 list of Canada’s Best Employers! The Regional Service Line Leader, Construction Services, reports to the Regional Director and is accountable to the National Director, Contract Management. The incumbent is accountable for the successful delivery of contract management services in the region, overseeing contract management, construction technical services and service line initiatives and activities. The incumbent leads service delivery to achieve regional service line key performance indicators and provides input and support to the National Director to advance national initiatives and the development of service line policies and procedures. The Regional Service Line Leader oversees and provides contract management authority for select construction, professional services, facilities maintenance, energy performance, maintenance services and public-private partnership (P3) contracts. The incumbent oversees often complex services in the areas of commissionin... See full posting.
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO): Technical Lead – Risk & Compliance Management

Posted: August 03, 2022

Operations Division, Technology Regulation and iGaming Compliance Position Term: Permanent Salary Range: $90,169 - $112,708 per annum Do you have an interest in gaming technology? Do you enjoy planning, implementing and managing projects? Do you have expertise in computerized technology and in identifying technology-related risk? Do you use a data-centric approach to make risk- and evidence-based decisions? Do you like to keep up-to-date with industry trends and technologies, and explore innovative new ideas? If so, then the Technology Regulation and iGaming Compliance Branch (TRCB) of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has an exciting new opportunity that may interest you! Reporting to the Manager, Technology Risks and Standards, the successful candidate will: Develop and maintain a program to identify and validate computerized technology-related risks. Create and maintain a framework for technical standards development. Identify new or modified technical standards necessary to address te... See full posting.

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NL Student Teams Receive Grants from IEEE Canadian Foundation for Autonomous Vehicles Competitions

The teams received grants to participate in autonomous underwater and aerial vehicles

In their April AGM and Board meetings, the IEEE Canadian Foundation approved the awarding of three Special Grants, two of them to NL student groups aiming to participate in international competitions for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).

IEEE Canadian Foundation Extends Deadlines for Scholarships

IEEE NL Undergraduate and Graduate Student members are eligible to three of the scholarships with extended deadlines

In their April AGM and Board meetings, the IEEE Canadian Foundation extended the deadlines of four different scholarships, as reported in IEEE Canada’s April Newsletter. Of the four scholarships, IEEE NL Undergraduate and Graduate student members are eligible to three: the IEEE Canadian Foundation Dr. Raymond D. Findlay Scholarship, the Nick Cercone Graduate Scholarship in Computer Science, and the Gargantini-Strybosch Scholarship. More information on the scholarships can be found below:

IEEE Canada Congratulates Dr. Octavia Dobre for Interim Dean Appointment

Dr. Octavia Dobre was appointed as Interim Dean of Engineering and Applied Science, effective May 2, 2022, until April 28, 2023.

In their April Newsletter, IEEE Canada congratulated Dr. Octavia Dobre for her appointment as Interim Dean of Engineering and Applied Science. “Big congratulations to Dr. Octavia Dobre for being appointed Interim Dean of Memorial’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science,” wrote IEEE Canada. According to Memorial University’s Gazette, Dr. Dobre “has been appointed interim dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, effective May 2, 2022, until April 28, 2023,” replacing Dr. Greg Naterer, who has been appointed vice-president, academic and research, at the University of Prince Edward Island. As announced by Dr. Naterer, Dr. Dobre is the first female Dean of Engineering at Memorial Univeristy.