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Canada Post - Director, Regulatory Affairs

If you’re ready to make a difference and discover your full potential, Canada Post delivers a variety of exciting and challenging career opportunities across the country. As one of Canada’s top employers and best corporate citizens, we’re committed to attracting, retaining and developing a winning team to meet the evolving needs of Canadians.

Director, Regulatory Affairs
Ottawa, ON

Bring your background in economics, law, public administration or business administration and your experience in managing regulatory issues to a high-impact role with Canada Post’s leadership team.

As a key member of the Regulatory Affairs organization, you will be responsible for all regulatory matters, corporate filing requirements and ongoing contact with Central Agencies and the Minister’s Crown Corporation Secretariat regarding submissions being presented for Treasury Board consideration and Governor-in-Council approval. You will also develop and implement a process of effectively integrating all filings requiring internal stakeholders’ input.

This is an exciting opportunity to provide high-level strategic and operational advice to senior management on government regulatory policies that affect Canada Post’s business. Additionally, you will develop, plan and execute comprehensive strategies to respond to those policies and programs, as well as develop forward-looking regulatory proposals for Canada Post in the context of its evolving postal policy framework.

Canada Post offers a competitive total compensation package and excellent career potential. For details and to apply online by April 24, 2015, visit our careers site at www.canadapost.ca/careers, and search for Job ID J0514-0613. We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Canada Post is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and visible minorities.

If you are contacted by Canada Post regarding a job opportunity or testing, please advise if you require accommodation. Information received relating to accommodation needs of applicants will be addressed confidentially.

Persons with a disability preventing them from applying online should contact our help-line at 1-877-427-7717.


Si vous êtes prêt à faire une différence et à découvrir votre plein potentiel, Postes Canada offre une variété de possibilités de carrières passionnantes et stimulantes à travers le pays. En tant que l’un des meilleurs employeurs et l’une des meilleures entreprises citoyennes au Canada, nous nous engageons à attirer, à retenir et à développer une équipe gagnante pour répondre aux besoins changeants des Canadiens.

Directeur, Affaires réglementaires
Ottawa, ON

Faites valoir votre formation en économie, en droit, en administration publique ou en administration des affaires, votre expérience dans la gestion de questions réglementaires et votre bilinguisme dans ce rôle à grand impact au sein de l’équipe du leadership de Postes Canada.

Comme membre clé de l’organisation des Affaires réglementaires, vous serez responsable des questions réglementaires, du dépôt des documents réglementaires et de la communication continue avec les organismes centraux et le Secrétariat des sociétés d’État du ministre en ce qui concerne les projets soumis au Conseil du Trésor à des fins d’examen et au gouverneur en conseil à des fins d’approbation. Vous devrez également élaborer et mettre en oeuvre un processus susceptible de faciliter l’intégration de tous les documents devant être déposés et nécessitant les avis et commentaires des intervenants internes de la Société.

Il s’agit d’une occasion exceptionnelle de fournir des conseils stratégiques et opérationnels de niveau élevé à la haute direction en matière de politiques de réglementation gouvernementales qui auront une incidence sur les activités de Postes Canada. En outre, vous élaborerez, planifierez et exécuterez des stratégies globales permettant d’intervenir dans ces politiques et programmes, et mettrez au point des projets de règlements pour Postes Canada avec une vision d’avenir dans le contexte de son cadre stratégique postal en constante évolution.

Postes Canada offre un programme concurrentiel de rémunération totale et d’excellentes perspectives de carrière. Pour poser votre candidature, visitez notre site carrières à www.postescanada.ca/carrieres, recherchez le poste no J0514-0613 et postulez en ligne avant le 24 avril 2015. Nous remercions toutes les personnes qui postuleront; cependant, nous communiquerons uniquement avec celles dont la candidature aura été retenue.

Postes Canada souscrit au principe de l’équité en matière d’emploi et invite les femmes, les Autochtones, les personnes handicapées et les minorités visibles à poser leur candidature.

Si Postes Canada communique avec vous à propos d’une possibilité d’emploi ou d’un test, veuillez aviser votre interlocuteur si vous avez besoin de mesures d’adaptation. Les renseignements relatifs aux besoins de mesures d’adaptation des candidats seront traités de façon confidentielle.

Les personnes dont le handicap ne leur permet pas de postuler en ligne peuvent communiquer avec notre service d’assistance téléphonique au 1 877 427-7717.

Chemistry Industry Association of Canada - President & Chief Executive Officer

The Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC) is the voice of Canada’s chemistry business. With more than 50 member- and partner-companies, CIAC members are responsible for some 200 sites across the country that produce basic chemicals and resins for manufacturing processes, as well as provide technology, services, marketing, and research and development for chemical products. While adhering to the ethic and principles of Responsible Care®, CIAC partners act as responsible stewards of those chemical products, by providing reliable transportation, equipment, and environmental and emergency management services to Canada’s chemistry industry.

After 18 years successfully leading CIAC, Richard Paton has announced his retirement for December 2015. As such, the Association is seeking its next President & CEO.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the President & CEO will assist the Board in developing the strategic direction for the Association, establishing the resource framework for CIAC, and providing the overall governance of Responsible Care®. He/She will lead the policy positioning of the Association with senior staff and members through its three major committees: Public Affairs; Business and Economics; and Transportation, Environment and Health. Advocating on behalf of members, the CEO will build relationships with senior government and elected officials, both federally and provincially. The CEO will be looked upon to lead a dedicated and professional staff in a collaborative, engaging and efficient manner to achieve the strategic goals of the Association.

As the ideal candidate, you have senior experience in an association advocating on behalf of members and setting the strategic goals of an organization. You have a strong understanding of government and the policy-making process. Your ability to develop innovative and effective advocacy strategies involving Parliament, elected officials, senior members of the bureaucracy, NGOs, various media, and other associations will serve you well. As CEO, you will ensure the successful management of the organization and its resources, create a positive and innovative working environment, and promote strong teamwork among staff. Your knowledge of the chemistry business will be a definite asset.

If you are interested in leading CIAC, one of Canada’s largest industry associations, please contact Ron Robertson (rrobertson@boyden.com) or Kathy Rahme (krahme@boyden.com) or call 613-742-3204.

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