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Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians - Executive Director

The Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians (CAFP) is seeking to hire an Executive Director  

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will exercise, on behalf of the President, overall strategic and operational responsibility for CAFP programs, finances, and relationship with key stakeholders. The Executive Director will work closely with staff to create a team approach to accomplishing the key mission of the Association and its Educational Foundation. The Executive Director will keep the Board informed of emerging issues and present strategic and tactical advice to its members through the President and the Executive.

This position is located in Ottawa and requires an individual who is fluently bilingual.

Interested individuals should forward a resume and cover letter to exparl@parl.gc.ca by February 19, 2016.

Roche - Senior Manager, Federal Government Relations and Health Policy

SENIOR MANAGER, FEDERAL GOVERNMENT RELATIONS AND HEALTH POLICY

Division: Regulatory Affairs and Market Access
Department: Public Policy
Reports to: Director, Public Policy
Location: Ottawa, ON

JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES

1. Federal Stakeholder Relations

2. Public Policy

EDUCATION / SKILLS / KNOWLEDGE / EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply on Roche website by: February 19, 2016

www.roche.com/careers/canada.htm or contact Renee Mastalerz at renee.mastalerz@roche.com to inquire.

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