Economic Development Director job posted for the third time
Article published on 29 August 2022
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Recruitment difficulties at the MRC Pontiac continue as, for the third time, the MRC has posted the job offer for Economic Development Director. This position has been vacant since the departure of Cyndy Phillips, who announced her resignation on May 6.

“Are you looking for new challenges? Are you looking for a dynamic team capable of achieving great things in these uncertain times? Join the team of the Regional County Municipality (RCM) of Pontiac and you will have the chance to participate in exciting and diversified projects.” the offer reads.

This position is permanent and full-time, 37.5 hours per week. In regards to pay, it will be “established according to the salary scale for senior executives of the MRC Pontiac.”

The deadline to apply for this posting is listed as September 30th, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. Applications can be made to MRC Director General Bernard Roy the following address:

By fax: 819-648-5810
By email: rh
By mail: Director of economic development
602, route 301 Nord
Campbell’s Bay (Québec) J0X 1K0

The full text of the job offer is available here.

Instability in the department

Phillips, who officially left on May 27, is the third Economic Development Director to step down in the last four years. She was hired on as the head of the department in February 2020, taking over from Danielle Newman, who herself left the MRC in January 2020. Emilie Chazelas, who held the position before Newman, resigned from the post in May 2018.

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