CCBC | Director, Atlantic Chapter

 

CCBC is currently seeking a Director for its new Atlantic Chapter. This is a dynamic position, with diverse responsibilities, including member service management and recruitment, event management, government relations, and determining how CCBC can develop and adapt its services to the needs of Atlantic-based companies working with China and for Chinese companies investing or conducting business in the region. The Atlantic headquarters will be based in Halifax. 

 

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Identify and recruit prospective members
  • Liaise regularly with and render service to members; maintain positive relationships with them to help ensure membership retention
  • Plan, prepare, and execute high-quality CCBC events
  • Develop and manage Governmental Relations as required
  • Promote the awareness of the CCBC and its services throughout the Atlantic region
  • Prepare annual budget and business plan. Ensure all activities are within agreed budgetary parameters
  • Monitor important developments in local politics (provincial and municipal)
  • File status reports and update member databases
  • Administer Halifax office accounts and other office details
  • Coordinate with offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver regarding Council’s activities and initiatives, as well as incoming and outgoing missions when required
  • As assigned, assist with planning and implementation of other CCBC-related activities, regardless of location

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • University degree with a major in Business, International Relations preferred
  • Travel and work experience in China. Understanding of Canadian and Chinese cultures, history, and Canada-China relations desired
  • Business experience throughout the Atlantic Region
  • Excellent event management skills, with a minimum of three years of experience
  • Fluent in spoken and written English. Mandarin Chinese and/or French skills a plus, but not required.
  • Strong communication and networking abilities
  • Excellent relationship-building skills
  • Able to exercise excellent and sound judgment, perform complex duties simultaneously, and handle confidential matters with tact and discretion
  • Able to research information relevant to the needs of our members, as well as identify potential member companies based on their opportunity to succeed in China
  • Strong organizational skills with a demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Great team player
  • Advanced proficiency in MS Office applications and Adobe Acrobat

 

 

 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. All applications must be submitted to HR[at]ccbc.com by March 8, 2019. No telephone inquiries please.

 

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