Role Call: Consensual Resolution Review Panel
November 10, 2015
The AIBC is seeking one or two more architects for the Consensual Resolution Review Panel. The panel reviews and considers whether to approve agreements under the AIBC’s consensual resolution process as established under the Architects Act and AIBC Bylaws. Consensual resolution is an alternative approach to resolving disciplinary matters that would otherwise proceed to a formal disciplinary inquiry. The panel meets as is necessary for the performance of its functions, including meetings by teleconference, videoconference or otherwise electronically.
The general qualifications and experience criteria for ‘architect’ appointments to the panel are as follows:
- Member (Architect AIBC) in good standing (mandatory);
- Understanding and appreciation of AIBC’s core regulatory mandate, including disciplinary and consensual resolution provisions in the Architects Act and bylaws;
- Ability to review and consider proposed consensual resolution agreements in the context of confidentiality expectations; objective professionalism; and the public interest in the regulation of the profession of architecture; and
- AIBC or related experience (i.e., committee, board, panel, council) in the areas of investigations, discipline, consensual resolution or professional conduct/discipline generally.
Those interested are invited to forward a letter of interest, with a brief summary of professional background or c.v., to Human Resources & Administration Coordinator, Yana Vassilenko at email@example.com.