- Chief Administrative Officer
- Manager of Maintenance and Operations
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CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
Our client, the shíshálh Nation (sN,) is a passionate and cooperative organization engaged in governance and civic responsibility on the Sunshine Coast. The organization of about 110 team members is seeking a Chief Administrative Officer to oversee all services and programs as well as strategic and administrative operations in their Sechelt, BC office.
As the leader of the senior management team, you will provide sound, progressive and engaging leadership while you contribute to the effective corporate management of the organization. Reporting to the Chief and Council, your Key Accountabilities Include:
Leadership and Strategy: Leading the development and implementation of the short and long-term goals of the organization and of all departments. Ensuring alignment with the organization’s strategic direction while developing a strong management team.
Influence & Human Resources: Providing professional advice and objective analyses which enable decision makers to make timely and informed business decisions. Ensuring that opportunities and risks are fully considered and that decisions are aligned with the overall strategies. Develop and promote a service and performance oriented work culture throughout the organization
The Sechelt Indian Government District: Leading the administration and delivery of solid management practices so that resources and assets are used appropriately, economically, efficiently, and effectively. Research and recommend policies and options to Council and implement policy set by Council.
Community Engagement: Maintains strong working relationships with sN stakeholders and partners and directs public relations, ensuring a positive public image for all aspects of sN administration. Tracks and resolves queries, concerns and complaints from sN members and staff on a timely basis
You possess First Nation’s cultural awareness and sensitivity. You also have a minimum of ten years of progressive public sector leadership and experience coupled with a University Degree in Business or Public Administration. Experience within a First Nations or local government setting would be considered an asset, as navigation and interpretation of legislative laws, agreements and policy is a requirement. You offer the ability to make good strategic decisions, to manage projects, and possess a strong sense of personal integrity and ethical practices. You provide excellent change management, interpersonal and communication skills demonstrated through the ability to facilitate, network, motivate, and lead.
This is a fantastic opportunity to serve as a role model in a respected organization with strong community ties and values that honour the shíshálh culture, tradition, and beliefs. Our client offers a value driven work environment, the opportunity make an impact, competitive compensation, and the chance to make this role your own. You will also live in a spectacular community with abundant natural beauty, water and mountain activities, cultural events, and community services.
If this sounds like the position for you, we would love to hear from you. Please respond with a résumé and covering letter to: email@example.com no later than October 6, 2017.
Praxis Performance Group is an HR and Recruitment Firm located on the Sunshine Coast of beautiful BC. We take the time to get to know our clients and candidates; focused on fit, we work with organizations who know their greatest resource is their team.
MANAGER OF MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS
Our client, The Town of Gibsons, is seeking an experienced professional to join their leadership team as the Manager of Maintenance and Operations (MMO.) Located at the south end of the Sunshine Coast, just north of Vancouver, Gibsons is a picturesque community of just under five thousand people. Gibsons is an award-winning municipality that boasts a blend of water and land activities, spectacular views, beaches and parks, and a strong sense of community.
Reporting to the Director of Infrastructure Services, the MMO is responsible for oversight of the planning, development, operation, maintenance and continuous improvement of the Town’s parks and public works assets. This role also provides oversight of the maintenance and overall operation of the Town infrastructure, buildings and land. This varied and vibrant role requires an exceptional leader with working knowledge of municipal infrastructure, operations and maintenance activities as well as the ability to manage public property utilizing sensible or established environmental practises.
You have a minimum of five years of progressively responsible public works, operations, maintenance or engineering experience, including three years in a leadership capacity within a local government organization. Well-developed project management, time management, asset management and interpersonal skills are also required. The Town is looking for a Manager with well-developed participative leadership skills and a team player capable of working effectively in a council and community driven environment.
The salary range for this position is competitive and includes a full range of benefits. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to live in a spectacular community with abundant natural beauty and to join a motivated team that prides itself on being progressive, proactive, and committed to serving the public.
If this sounds like the position for you, we would love to hear from you. Please respond with a résumé and covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than October 16, 2017.
Interested in working together? Here's our contact info.
PRAXIS PERFORMANCE GROUP
PO BOX 1614, Gibsons, BC V0N 1V0
Call 604 840 9777 or Email email@example.com