Thank you for visiting the web site of the Atlantic Food & Beverage Processors Association. We are a rapidly growing industry association that works on behalf of the food, fish, sea-food and beverage processors and the related companies and organizations that do business in our region.
Please read further to find out more about our very important industry, where we have come from and are heading with our association, how we may be of service to you and how you may become involved if you wish.
We are constantly working to improve the utility of our site. Please feel free to advise therefore if you have suggestions to improve it. We wish to thank Business New Brunswick and the New Brunswick Agricultural Council for contributing to the cost of developing this site.
The Atlantic Food and Beverage Processors Association is an industry association which represents the largest employment sector in Atlantic Canada. The association is run by a volunteer Board of Directors, made up from individuals from some of the leading companies in our region. Most activities center around the Association's four pillars, namely: Education and Training; Marketing; Networking; and Advocacy.
Currently based in Moncton, the Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors. He or she will be pivotal in shaping the association's future. Along with managing administrative functions, the Executive Director will be responsible for building membership, development and delivery of programs, and other events that benefit-the industry in the region.
University degree in business and / or related business experience.
Food industry knowledge and experience would be a strong asset.
Must possess good presentation and communication skills.
Must be able to travel.
Experience in marketing and sales would be an asset.
Must be self-motivated, highly organized and able to work under time constraints with limited supervision.
Must have strong inter-personal skills and be able to work in a team environment.
Must understand governance and responsibility to report to the Board of Directors.
Must be able to plan, organize, implement and follow-up in an efficient manner.
Fluency in both French and English will be considered an asset.
Must be able to work in a computerized environment.
Must be able to demonstrate a strong client-service orientation, including listening skills and a track record of appropriate responsiveness and awareness of member expectations.
We invite qualified individuals to apply by resume, with a covering letter, before March 20th 2015.