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The 2016 OMAA Workshops

May 11th to 13th
Nottawasaga Inn, Alliston

October 19th to 21st

Blue Mountain Inn, Town of the Blue Mountains

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Member Benefits

Connect with the opportunities OMAA offers in the way that works best for you now and in the future. Register for a workshop and we'll bet you come back for more. Volunteer for a committee, host a workshop or serve your fellow municipal administrators by responding to a call for board members.

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Workshops and Events

The popular OMAA 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.  The next event is the 2015 OMAA Fall Workshop, October 14th to 16th at the Crowne Plaza Conference Centre in Kitchener.  Check out the "Workshop and Events" Tab for more details.

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Recent Job Postings


County of Elgin

Due to the pending retirement of the incumbent, Elgin County Council seeks qualified candidates for the position of CAO/Clerk.  Elgin County is a progressive community of 50,000 residents with idyllic rural landscapes, charming towns and villages and waterfront living.  Reporting directly to the Warden and Council, the CAO/Clerk will be the chief policy advisor to Council, and lead a staff of approximately 450 in the effective and efficient operation of the County. The successful candidate will also fulfill all statutory requirements of Clerk under the Municipal Act.



ThumbtackRegion of Durham
Commissioner of Corporate Services

The Region of Durham is one of Ontario's fastest growing areas to live, work and play, with a population of nearly 650,000 people in some of Ontario's most beautiful settings. Durham Region is geographically, culturally and economically diverse. We have large urban cities, smaller towns and quaint villages that support both a bustling urban environment, and a prosperous rural and agricultural base. Historically known for its strength in the manufacturing sector, Durham is transforming and evolving, and today has an ideal mix of businesses, affordability, accessibility and connectivity.

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Town of Richmond Hill
Commissioner, Corporate & Financial Services

Located just north of Toronto, the Town of Richmond Hill has a population of 214,000 and its residents have given the municipality a satisfaction score of 96%.  And its financial position makes it one of Ontario's strongest municipalities. As Commissioner, Corporate & Financial Services, you will provide visionary leadership in the organization for a diverse portfolio involving Financial Services, Information Technology, Council Support Services, and Human Resources.