Electro-Federation Canada Begins Search for New President
Jun 14, 2004
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Electro-Federation Canada (EFC), a Canadian not-for-profit industry association representing more 275 member companies in the electrical, electronics, and telecommunications industries, is now accepting applications for the organization's president position.

This follows the recent announcement by current EFC President Doug Baldwin that he plans to retire at the end of 2004.

The EFC says it is looking for an individual that is able to lead the EFC and its councils, represent the association with other related associations (particularly those in the U.S.), and to manage the day-to-day activities of the organization's professional staff.

The person chosen to fill this position will be required to make a minimum 3-year commitment to the association, with the appointment being reviewed each year based on performance to stated objectives.

The top candidates who meet the criteria will be asked to present their vision of where EFC Canada should be in 3 years with a roadmap of how to get there.

"I believe that there are many applicants who have the credentials to fill the job," Bob Brews, EFC chairman and president of R.L. Brews Ltd., said in a written statement. "I am looking forward to hearing from them."

Applications for the position will be accepted until Aug. 13, 2004.

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