APEGA - Investigative Committee
When you volunteer with APEGA’s Investigations Committee you put your industry experience to work directly protecting the safety of Albertans.
What we Do:
- Investigate complaints of unsafe or unprofessional practice by APEGA members
- Conduct interviews of complainants and members under investigation
- Work closely with ASET as part of the APEGA/ASET joint investigation committee
- Meet regularly to discuss ongoing investigations and other committee matters.
What we're looking for
- A minimum of 5 years as a professional member with a Canadian Engineering Association
- Significant professional experience, at least 10 years of Canadian work experience
- Exceptional critical thinking and communication skills
APEGA is currently seeking professional members with experience in wood-frame construction.
APEGA’s Investigative Committee is a statutory committee established under the Engineering & Geoscience Professions Act. This mandated committee investigates complaints against Members and Permit Holders in accordance with the requirements of the Act.
Average time commitment
Three-year term with the option for renewal at the end of each term. On average, volunteers can expect to commit approximately 8-10 hours per month. Additional time commitments include:
- The Investigative Committee meets 5 times annually for approximately one half-day each.
- Additional investigative panel meetings and interviews for each active investigation