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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

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Niagara Region
Director Strategic Communications & Public Affairs

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the Director Strategic Communications & Public Affairs is a key member of Niagara Region's Leadership Team, responsible for developing and implementing communication and brand strategies, defining and promoting the corporate brand, directing all external, internal communications and public affairs with residents, stakeholders and businesses, and leading the organization's relationships and advocacy with other orders of government (Local Area Municipalities, Provincial, Federal, International).

 

 

 

ThumbtackTownship of Southwold
CAO/Clerk

The predominantly rural community of the Township of Southwold has a strong agricultural base and is located in the central part of Elgin County.  Incorporated in 1852, the Township includes the development areas of Fingal, Iona, Iona Station, Paynes Mills, Shedden and Talbotville.  Our offices are an easy commute from both London and St. Thomas. With a total population of approximately 5,000 residents, the Municipality offers beautiful countryside and a wonderful blend of active farms, historic villages and tourism. The Municipality is experiencing significant growth in our development areas. 

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Town of New Tecumseth
CAO

The Town of New Tecumseth is facing tremendous opportunities along with the significant challenges that those opportunities bring. Poised for growth, and embracing the benefits of growth, the Town will also face infrastructure challenges and staffing challenges to keep pace. Fortunately, the staff/Council relationship is strong, and Council and staff are each clear on their respective roles. An experienced, dynamic CAO has the chance to lead a talented and committed senior team through an exciting period. 

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