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ATAC Search for New President & CEO

Aug. 2008 - Reporting to the Board of Directors, the President will be a high-achieving professional responsible for leading his/her team in the pursuit of world-leading safe and reliable air transportation through constructive engagement with regulatory bodies.


August 12, 2008
By Carey Fredericks
PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

 

AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

 

ASSOCIATION: ATAC serves as Canada’s national trade association for commercial aviation and flight training industries as well as aviation industry suppliers, ATAC represents the interests of its members to key stakeholder groups, including federal and provincial governments.  Through a robust committee structure and various consultative exercises, ATAC
delivers value for its members by pursuing a regulatory framework and
policies that promote the highest standards in safety, efficiency and
innovation.  Primary areas of advocacy include
matters of air policy, flight operations, air navigation services,
aircraft maintenance and airport operations. Member companies include
scheduled airlines in
Canada,
charter airlines, helicopter operators, flight schools and colleges,
and companies supplying airplanes, parts and services to the industry.

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OPPORTUNITY:  Reporting
to the Board of Directors, the President will be a high-achieving
professional responsible for leading his/her team in the pursuit of
world-leading safe and reliable air transportation through constructive
engagement with regulatory bodies. The President will be comfortable
with a certain degree of public profile and will represent
ATAC at various external functions as well as serving as the primary spokesperson for the association.

 

EXPERIENCE:  Industry knowledge with significant private sector experience.  A
quick study with an extensive and varied professional network, the
ideal candidate will be able to develop and execute integrated
strategies for achieving the association’s goals with public policy
makers. Managerial competence to recruit and retain competent staff and
to manage the resources of the Association is required.

 

If you have the qualifications and the interest, please send your resumé in confidence no later than Aug 15, 2008 to Chairman, Air Transport Association of Canada c/o Debbie Simpson, 255 Albert Street, Suite 1100, Ottawa Ontario K1P 6A9


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