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Make sure to attend a complimentary OMAA "CAO Connections Luncheon" in a location near you. 
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Members in Transition

Members in Transition 

Find out about the support services provided by OMAA as part of your transition strategy.  Access the Members Only section or contact the OMAA Executive Director for details.

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The OMAA Bursary Program

Make sure post secondary students you know are aware of the OMAA $5,000 BursaryVisit our Bursary Page


Workshops and Events

The popular OMAA Spring and Fall Workshops are based on timely themes, hot topics and include speakers of note offering insightful wisdom for any CAO, no matter how big or small the municipality they represent.  OMAA "CAO Connection Luncheons" bring local CAOs and aspiring CAOs together in relaxed settings for conversation and exchanges amongst like minded municipal executives

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Recent Job Postings


Grey Sauble CA
Chief Administrative Officer


GSCA is one of 36 Conservation Authorities established in the Province of Ontario managing 11,734 hectares (28,995 acres) of some of the most scenic and environmentally sensitive lands in Grey and Bruce Counties.  The organization employs 24 permanent and contract staff with several seasonal and part time employees as required.  The annual operating budget is approximately $3 million.  The CAO reports to the Chair and Board of Directors.   









Ministry of the Solicitor General
Chief of Emergency Management


Are you an established executive interested in leading the development, implementation, enhancement and oversight of emergency management planning and programming in Ontario? If so, the Ministry of the Solicitor General (SolGen) is looking for a seasoned leader to support the legislative mandate outlined in the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act.   



Recruitment iconTown of Milton

Milton is a dynamic, modern and innovative urban centre with a growing population of 130,000 and a highly-skilled labour force of over 60,000 people. Set against the backdrop of the Niagara Escarpment within Halton Region, the Town is well-situated at the centre of one of Canada’s most significant technology clusters, the Ontario Innovation Corridor.  Reporting to Town Council, the CAO will contribute leadership, strategy, direction and enthusiasm to a staff of 1,100 with a total budget in the order of $200 million.