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Job Posting – Executive Director

Closing Date – February 22, 2021

Community Futures Mt. Waddington is seeking a new Executive Director. Reporting to the Board of Directors this position is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and organizational objectives. The organization plays a key regional development role both through its small business development and financing mandate and also through community and regional partnerships within the service area. The Executive Director provides the leadership needed to maintain the organization’s standing in the region. Priority is given to an individual with commercial lending, organizational management and community economic development experience. Other key responsibilities include program development and administration and allowing for the optimal use of organizational finances, staff, and resources. This individual will also provide financial leadership by managing budgets and monitoring long-term strategic fiscal plans.

Community Futures Mt. Waddington offers a competitive salary package and an excellent work environment.
“With eleven communities throughout Vancouver Island North, you’re as secluded or as social as you want to be. Go for a hike in the woods with your friends, or spend the night binging on Netflix. Celebrate a special occasion with a picnic by the ocean, or watch the game at the pub with your crew. 12,000 people make Vancouver Island North their home, and the region’s relative isolation from larger centres yet proximity to urban amenities is an asset that makes the communities unique and desirable to live in.” https://myvancouverislandnorth.ca/

Qualified applicants should send resumes and qualifications to info@cfmw.ca.

Questions or requests for additional information about this posting or Vancouver Island North may be directed to 250-956-2220.

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