Caisse Desjardins des rivières de Pontiac is looking for administrators
Article published on 29 January 2020
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The Caisse Desjardins des rivières de Pontiac is looking for individuals to sit on the board of directors.

To be eligible, candidates must be members of the Caisse, for 90 days on the date of the annual general meeting and have a home, work or business in Quebec or in one of the groups defined by the Caisse.

The application notice form and more information can be found at Desjardins.com.

Positions are available in the Chapeau (1) and Fort-Coulonge (2) sectors. Those sought must have skills in accounting, member-client experience and cooperation. The candidates must also be representatives of the economic activity sectors (tourism, entrepreneurial culture, agriculture, forestry industry), members belonging to the following age groups: 18-34 and 65 and over. 3 men are missing to reach equality on the board.

The deadline to apply is February 14th, 2020 at 3 p.m. The AGM will take place on April 28th, 2020.

Any question can be addressed to Stéphane Labine at 819-683-2451 ext. 7070727

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