STRATEGIC ENGAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

|STRATEGIC ENGAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

STRATEGIC ENGAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

 


Brief Description Of Role

The position requires a person who is able to manage a multi-faceted role, is flexible and able to assess and set priorities, and to seize opportunities. This person must be persuasive and able to maintain awareness over issues effecting the BTA. The successful candidate must be able to develop, grow and promote relationships that BTA has with its affiliates and their members, industry stakeholders and government, and to demonstrate the value in these partnerships. A blended combination of trades related experience and practical experience are required.

The Building Trades of Alberta (BTA)

There has been an Alberta Building Trades for over 100 years and the current organization consists of 14 affiliated Unions representing the 60,000 highly skilled construction craft workers. The BTA represents the deepest pool of skilled workers in Alberta’s construction industry. Together with our Employer Partners we have built some of the most amazing construction projects in the world as well maintaining them.

The Position

We are seeking a motivated individual who is solution oriented, with focus, drive, and determination to develop, foster and maintain successful stakeholder relationships.

Why Should You Apply?

The Director needs to be a self starter and a person who can work independently; the job can be rewarding and can impact the lives and fortunes of thousands of people. If you think you can make a difference you are encouraged to apply.

How To Apply

Send us your resume and a short letter indicating why we should hire you.

Applications should be received not later than November 15, 2019 and should be sent to: jtackaberry@bta.ca

Jacqueline Tackaberry

Assistant to the Executive Director

Building Trades of Alberta

11635-160 St NW

Edmonton, AB T5M 3Z3

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