CBAA launches search for new CEO

March 14, 2018
Written by CBAA
Under the direction of the board of directors, the Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA) is currently seeking candidates to fill the position of president and CEO.

The successful candidate will have proven leadership and management abilities, and possess well developed interpersonal and communication skills. Knowledge of the Canadian business aviation industry, association management experience, knowledge of government affairs, and fluency in French would be considered assets. View job description here.

While the search is underway, the CBAA’s work on behalf of its members will continue unabated, under the leadership of interim president and CEO, Rudy Toering. The board is confident that Mr. Toering’s proven leadership and sound industry knowledge will continue to further the interests of the CBAA membership during this period.

Individuals wishing to apply for the position are invited to contact Aime O’Connor, Executive Assistant to the President and CEO & Director of Administration at Canadian Business Aviation Association.

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