Job Switch comes as controversies continue to swirl around NPCA operations
A News Release from the NPCA
Posted April 26th, 2017 on Niagara At Large
Welland, Ontario – The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority Board today announced the appointment of Mark Brickell as Acting Chief Administrative Officer, effective Friday, April 28.
“Peter Graham has done an excellent job as Acting CAO. He has taken on a challenging role, and has shown professionalism and commitment to the organziation the entire time”, stated NPCA Chair, Sandy Annunziata. “On behalf of our Board, I would like to thank Peter for his dedication and focus. I have every bit of confidence that Mr. Brickell will be able to continue moving the organization forward in the interim.”
Peter Graham will assume his previous role as Director, Watershed Management. Mark Brickell is currently the Director of Operations and Strategic Initiatives.
The CAO position has been vacant since November 2016. A CAO selection process is underway. The selection committee will be interviewing candidates in May, and anticipate that the selection process will be complete by July 2017.
“We have a large group of highly qualified candidates that will be involved in the search for our next CAO.”, said Annunziata. “The 2014-2017 Strategic Plan is nearing completion. I look forward to reviewing the assessment of the effectiveness of the inaugural plan and engaging our partners in drafting a new Plan for 2018.”
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