CEO for the Chiropractic Association of Alberta
Are you a thought leader who would be excited to advance an association and move the chiropractic profession forward?
The newly incorporated Chiropractic Association of Alberta (CAA) is searching for its first CEO. If you or someone you know may be the right leader for us, please review the full role description.
This CEO role is unique. Although the legal entity of the Association is new, the activities of the association have been operating under the leadership of the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors (ACAC). Ensuring a seamless transition of knowledge, service, and momentum from the ACAC to the CAA is critical in the early months of the CEO’s tenure.
In the first year, the CAA’s CEO will focus on bringing the Association’s strategic plan to life through meaningful member engagement, developing member services, building relationships with key stakeholders including the Government of Alberta, and by elevating the chiropractic profession.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to our HR Consultant, Tammy Oberik at [email protected].
The Government of Alberta has required Alberta’s health professions to formally separate their regulatory college and member association. Learn more about Bill 46.
The CAA Board has developed a strategic plan and aligned budget for the organization. By the time the CEO begins their role, the organization should have approved governance and operating policies, an IT infrastructure, banking, and significant progress towards developing its website.
The ACAC has demonstrated its support of the new Association by the commitment of in-kind services, startup funding, and an allocation of member dues for the fiscal year ending June 2022.
CAA Board Members:
- Dr. Natalie Carrington, Black Diamond
- Dr. Kelly Fleck, Sherwood Park
- Dr. Jen Adams Hessel, Grand Prairie
- Dr. Jacqueline Boyd, Airdre
- Dr. Dale MacDonald, Calgary
- Dr. Elaine Screaton, Calgary
- Dr. Anna Winner, Edmonton
Reporting directly to the CEO, the Communications Manager is responsible for the strategy development and execution of the regulatory College’s internal and external communications activities. This is a new role that is well-suited for someone seeking full responsibility for planning, management, and execution of organizational communications. Review the full role description here.
Communications Manager for the College of Chiropractors of Alberta