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CCSAC is looking for a new CEO to lead Strategy and Operations

Credit Counselling Services of Atlantic Canada, Inc. (CCSAC) is a registered non-profit organization, providing confidential and professional budget, credit and debt repayment counselling programs to families and individuals. Established in 1994, CCSAC has several offices located throughout Atlantic Canada. CCSAC offers a variety of programs to help our clients meet their financial goals. Whether our clients need a budget created, information on using credit wisely or a Debt Management Program, CCSAC will help them find a solution that works. Our certified counsellors are completely accessible to anyone who needs our help. They not only take the time to review each client’s financial situation; they take the time to get to know the clients and set realistic recommendations that work.

CCSAC is searching for a creative and innovative Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to join their dynamic team, based in Saint John, New Brunswick. The CEO reports to and is accountable to the Board of Directors. The ideal candidate will be a true advocate and thought leader for Financial Literacy in Atlantic Canada. The CEO will direct the overall operations, ensuring the strategic and operational plans are effectively developed and implemented, results are attained and reported to the board; continuously improve and lead effective change to allow the organization to perform efficiently; and provide the leadership required to position and manage the organization’s relationships with employees, businesses, governments and the public.

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