Leadership Role in the Juno Beach Centre Association
Job Opportunity –
Executive Manager – Burlington, Ontario Head Office
The Juno Beach Centre Association (“JBCA”) is a not-for-profit (NFP) charitable organization established in Canada in the mid 1990’s to build and manage a commemorative museum in France to herald Canada’s contribution to the Allied efforts during WWII. The Juno Beach Centre (“Centre”), located in Courseulles-sur-Mer in the NW region of Normandy, was financed with private and public money, built on the site where Canada’s soldiers landed on D-Day in 1944 and opened on June 6th, 2003. The JBCA is dedicated to the preservation of the memory of Canada’s veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and to educating adults and children of today and future generations about the role Canadians played in preserving the freedoms we are privileged to enjoy. As the Association moves forward to fulfill the above mission, there is an immediate need to attract a strong, hands-on manager to lead the administrative, marketing and financial management aspects of JBCA’s business in Canada as the Centre enters its second decade.
Working with the President and Executive Committee of the Board of Directors, the Executive Manager will have overall responsibility for operational management of the JBCA and its office in Canada and work closely with committees of the Board, staff at the museum in France and other key stakeholders to ensure that Executive and Board decisions are properly executed and operationalized. In addition, he/she will be very much involved in the development of the JBCA brand, creating awareness across Canada in a variety of business/educational /historical constituencies, fund and friend-raising, and the development of requisite communications strategies and programs to carry the JBCA’s messages domestically and abroad.
The ideal candidate will possess sound leadership, management and administrative skills earned in a highly entrepreneurial business or NFP setting, have a good working knowledge of general accounting practices as it relates to a NFP organization, familiarity with software-based financial management tools, and a flair and background in marketing communications and event management. An ability to communicate in both of Canada’s official languages and a prior military career would be deemed to be real assets in this recruitment project.
If you have a passion and respect for Canada’s veterans and their contribution to our society, possess all of the hard and soft skills detailed above and would like to make your mark in the growth of a well-financed, nationally focused NFP organization, then please communicate your interest in writing to: JML Associates International via email at [email protected] or via fax at 905-939-9449. Only those deemed to be qualified will be contacted by JML for further discussions relative to this role.
Nominate a Royal Roads Ex-Cadet for the Alumni Leadership Award
Do you know an inspiring leader who is a graduate of one of the military colleges at Royal Roads that pre-dated the creation of Royal Roads University in 1995? Consider nominating him or her for the Royal Roads University Alumni Leadership Award.
The Alumni Leadership Award recognizes an alumnus who is a significant and successful leader. Ex-cadets and RRU alumni are eligible for the award. The winner of the award will be honoured at events from June 17-19 as part of the university’s convocation.
Nominations are now open and close April 15.
More details on the Alumni Leadership Award can be found here: www.royalroads.ca/alumni/alumni-awards.