Land Title & Survey Authority of BC
Vice President and Chief Information Officer
The Land Title and Survey Authority of BC (LTSA) is a global leader in land registration that is respected as an innovator in the field. LTSA has been recognized as one of BC’s Top Employers, a Top 20 Most Innovative Company by BC Business Magazine, and an IPAC/Deloitte Public Sector Leader.
The LTSA operates an important business for all British Columbians that is critical to the economic foundation of BC. LTSA’s daily work involves one of the most important assets and events in people’s lives – when property changes hands. Their workplace is rapidly changing with new technology initiatives and opportunities as they expand their services and transform their company into the best organization and employer that it can be.
Reporting to the President and CEO and participating as a member of the Executive Team, the Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) oversees the people, processes and technologies within the Technology division to ensure they deliver outcomes that support the goals of the business and maintain the organization’s vision as a global leader in innovative solutions.
The CIO plays a key leadership role in the critical strategic, technical and management initiatives — from information security and reinvestment in core systems to customer experience and leveraging data — that mitigate threats and drive business growth. This role is considered a senior level executive leader and consensus builder among peers, stakeholders, and customers, and plays an important role in reporting and communicating to the organization’s Board of Directors.
As the ideal candidate, you are a senior technology professional with exceptional leadership, influencing, and change management abilities. You are a sophisticated, strategic thinker who has a keen understanding of the critical role IT plays in the strategy and operations of a complex organization, and you can enable the business to meet current demands while thinking innovatively about where the organization and the sector are headed in the future. You have an exceptional understanding of technology and the impact it can have on business, possess the relationship skills to lead in a variety of situations, and work collaboratively and with confidence with your team, the Executive Leadership Team, and the Board, as well as key partners external to the organization. You have a reputation as a skillful listener and communicator with audiences at all levels. Additionally, you have a track record of developing, planning, and delivering mission critical initiatives on time and on budget. Your experience as a senior technology leader is augmented by a degree in computer science, information systems, or similar.