March 2, 2018, 4:30 pm
The County of Huron requires a Director of Economic Development who serves as a senior leader in community economic development for the County of Huron and will be involved in planning, developing and implementing new economic opportunities.
CLOSING DATE: March 9, 2018, 4:30 pm
Familiar with government programming and business support systems, this individual will work directly with community partners to implement relevant programming and provide industry with access to tools that support business growth.
CLOSING DATE: February 26, 2018
The Tourism Development Coordinator will be responsible for facilitating marketing and communications initiatives, creating new tourism product offerings, and the development and implementation of a Tourism Strategic plan.
CLOSING DATE: February 21, 2018
Intrinsically motivated and proactive with exceptional time management skills, you will focus on creating awareness of the Town’s economic development opportunities through the promotion of marketing and advertising campaigns.
In this role, the Director will report directly to the CEO and have several core responsibilities with a sharp focus on the commercial development and maximization of YYJ’s assets.
Reporting to the Executive Director and working with the Venture Kamloops team, the Economic Development Specialist is responsible for the execution and implementation of economic development initiatives in the areas of business attraction, retention and expansion and to support business within the city of Kamloops.
Our Economic Development Services team is looking for a Senior Consultant to join its team of consulting professionals. BDO’s Economic Development Services team helps clients achieve two objectives: growing their economies and measuring the economic impact of their decisions.
Our Economic Development Services team is looking for a Manager to join its team of consulting professionals. BDO’s Economic Development Services team helps clients achieve two objectives: growing their economies and measuring the economic impact of their decisions.
The role of this position is to develop strategies to reverse the population decline and encourage new resident relocation to the Sarnia – Lambton area.
Our next Dean will build on our success and lead the School through its centennial anniversary while continuing to drive Ivey’s mission of creating business leaders who think globally, act strategically, and contribute to the societies in which they live and work. They will expand our strong ties to industry, leveraging our vast and influential Ivey Alumni Network to advance our leadership in global business education.