Montreal-West is a small, close-knit community a short train ride from downtown Montreal. With a population of just over 5000, the Town is made up primarily of single family dwellings, is home of many young families, and encourages the involvement of citizens in a wide range of community activities. Among Town Council’s priorities are the provision of quality services to residents, the renewal of the aging infrastructure, and the maintenance of a solid financial administration. The Town values its employees and seeks individuals who share its commitment to excellent services and to a thriving, safe, caring community.
The Director General is responsible for implementing the policies established by the Town Council and for ensuring the execution of its decisions. The Director General is tasked with planning, implementing and attaining the annual objectives set out by the Council, as well as with overall management of all municipal services. He/she is the link between the Town’s administration and it elected officials, as well as being the liaison with other levels of government. Human resources management is also a major component of his mandate.
. University degree in an appropriate field of study, Master’s degree preferred.
Member of the Quebec Bar a plus.
. Minimum 5 years experience in municipal administration in a management position.
. Track record of effective negotiations (unions, government grants)
. Knowledge of municipal bylaws and the current application of relevant provincial laws
. Demonstrated knowledge of publics affairs and the political environment, particularly
at the municipal and provincial levels,
. Proven ability to manage administrative processes (staffing, project management,
. Competence with Municipal Management Software.
. Fluency in French and English both spoken and written.
. Strong leadership skills with the ability to motivate his team for a common goal.
. Superior communication and interpersonal skills.
. Excellent organizational abilities and aptitude to multi-task and prioritize.
. Ability to work autonomously.
. High standard of personal integrity and ethics.
. Facility to manage human resources.
Submit your résumé as soon as possible before March 31, 2017
JEAN-YVES PILON & ASSOCIÉS
J-y.pilon @ videotron.ca
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|April 4th, 2017||Overnight parking tolerance for Passover||View more
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|March 22nd, 2017||Employment Offer: Director General||View more
|March 20, 2017||Recreation and Community Centre Project: Survey Results and Presentation||View more
|March 20, 2017||Presentation: Property Assessment Rolls 2017||View more
|March 13th, 2017||Urban Planning Consultation March 16, 2017||View more
|January 17th, 2017||Recreation and Civic Center Information Package||View more
|January 3rd, 2017||Employment: Recreation and Culture - Summer 2017||View more
|November 21st, 2016||Dog license for 2017||View more
|October 31st, 2016||Town Hall Repairs||View more
|October 11th, 2016||Temporary notice of closure – Seasonal maintenance||View more
|September 12th, 2016||Municipal Facility Opening Hours for October 10th||View more
|September 8th, 2016||Water meter readings||View more
|September 1st, 2016||Dog Run Maintenance Schedule||View more
|August 29th, 2016||Council Meeting - Documents||View more
|August 15th, 2016||Fall 2016 Recreation Programs Brochure||View more
|July 14th, 2016||Special Notice - Car Robberies||View more
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|June 16th, 2016||Indoor Air Quality Sampling Report||View more