The deadline to apply for the Île-du-Grand-Calumet director general position is approaching
Article published on 19 October 2020
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Those interested in submitting their candidacy for the position of director general/secretary-treasurer of the municipality of Ile du Grand-Calumet have until Wednesday, October 21 to do so. This is a permanent full-time position under the authority of the municipal council.

In the description displayed, it is stated that the director plans, directs and controls all activities and supervises the staff to carry out the decisions of the board. It exercises control over the quality of public works and the application of municipal regulations. They must also ensure the follow-up of communications between the council, citizens, governments and other stakeholders as well as the preparation of the budget, programs and projects are also part of his mandate. The person sought has a college or university degree in an appropriate discipline and relevant experience of a few years in the municipal, government, paragovernmental or private sector.

Interested candidates must send their curriculum before Wednesday, October 21, 2020, at noon, to the following address: Selection committee 8 chemin Brizard Île du Grand-Calumet Québec, J0X 1J0 Email: admin lidgc.ca Telephone: 819-648 -5965 Fax: 819-648-2659. Remember that the municipality of Île-du-Grand-Calumet has been looking for a new director general since the tragic death of Sylvain Bégin, which occurred last September in a motorcycle accident. Since 2016, Jacques Mantha, Lisa Dagenais, Lisa Boisvert, Paul Langlois and Sabrina Larivière have succeeded one another in general management.

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