The Registrar is a member of the senior leadership team of ASTTBC, accountable to the Board of Directors and reports to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). As one of the officers appointed by the ASTTBC Board, the Registrar works closely with the CEO in carrying out ASTTBC’s mandate as a regulator in British Columbia under the Professional Governance Act (2018). The Registrar is responsible for supporting the statutory committees in developing and establishing registration requirements, registration of applicants, maintaining the register and administering processes to ensure registrants’ compliance to the PGA, Bylaws, Standards of Competency and Code of Ethics. The Registrar assists in developing and implementing organizational strategies, policies and procedures for optimal productivity and efficiency. To support these functions, the Registrar supervises a Deputy Registrar and manages a staff of approximately eight individuals.

Our Culture

The Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of BC (ASTTBC) regulates approximately 10,000 applied science and engineering technology professionals in British Columbia under the Professional Governance Act (PGA). ASTTBC protects the public by ensuring that technologists, technicians, and technical specialists practise safely, competently, and ethically.

We offer a competitive remuneration and comprehensive benefit package as well as provide a flexible and balanced working environment. You will be working with a diverse and dedicated team who are invested in the organization. ASTTBC is an inclusive and respectful workplace where people are valued and appreciated.

Our values are the core to everything we do and translate into how our team approaches ASTTBC stakeholders and how we want our registrants to treat the public – with professionalism, accountability, integrity, and humility.

Our Values

Professionalism – We uphold a foundation of high standards, ethics and competence to ensure accountability of our registrants.

Accountability – We are invested in our responsibility to Government and British Columbians.

Integrity – We are honest, dedicated, ethical and fair by doing the right thing every time, for the protection of the public.

Inclusion – We embrace the principles of equity, diversity, inclusion, cultural safety and humility.