Equine Canada is seeking a new CEO following the departure of Jean-Christophe Gandubert late last year.
No reason was given for the departure of Gandubert, who left after 10 months in the role.
Equine Canada is the governing body for horse sport in Canada. It is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer to lead the organization and the implementation of its strategic plan, One Vision.
One Vision is Equine Canada’s Strategic Plan to 2018, and is the most comprehensive plan in the federation’s history.
The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the overall management of the day-to-day activities of the organization with consideration given to members’ needs and the long-term sustainability of the organization.
The CEO is accountable to the Board of Directors, with specific reporting lines to the President.
Applications for the role close on Friday, February 14, 2014.
In the interim, Equine Canada’s Chief Financial Officer Michael Arbour will serve as CEO. Measures have been taken to ensure continuity in the day to day business of the organization, including the advancement of current and future projects.
• Voting for Equine Canada’s Director at Large position closed on January 16, and the successful candidate will be announced to the membership at Equine Canada’s Annual General Meeting on February 7 as part of the Equine Canada Annual Convention at the Radisson Hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba.