Land Title and Survey Authority of BC appointment

The Law Society is seeking expressions of interest from individuals who wish to be put forward for nomination by the Law Society for consideration for appointment as a Director of the Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia (LTSA). As a result of an upcoming term expiry on March 31, 2023, the Law Society is required to submit nominations to the LTSA which will result in a Director appointment in effect April 1, 2023 for a three-year term.

Persons interested in being nominated for appointment consideration by the LTSA are invited to review information below, and submit an application form and supporting resume online. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected to move forward in the nomination selection process will be contacted.

The LTSA has modernized its systems to be among the best in the world by automating transactions, building an electronic map of all legal parcels in the province and improving services to customers using a modern portal and other technology. Current projects include new areas of business such as the build and launch of the Land Owner Transparency Registry, collaboration with the First Nations Lands Advisory Board and Resource Centre on the development of a new independent First Nations National Land Registry, and significant investments in technology projects including building a new underlying application platform to modernize the technology foundation that will support enhanced land and property data service offerings to improve transparency and efficiency across the real property market value chain.

In addition to LTSA’s strategy to maintain focus on operational excellence, the LTSA is seeking Directors whose experience will support strengthening the land title in survey systems through strategic investment in innovative solutions that improve the functioning of the real property market in the public interest. The Board would benefit from members who have an appreciation for entrepreneurship, and a recognition of the value of innovation as an opportunity.

The Board has an interest in ensuring the composition of the Board reflects the geographic representation and diversity of the people and interests served by the land title and survey systems of British Columbia. The Board is particularly interested in receiving nominations that will support increasing gender diversity and rural and ethnic origin representation on the Board.

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