Volunteers Needed: Campbell River Airport Authority directors

The Airport Authority oversees the growth and operations of the Campbell River Airport

The City is recruiting four volunteer directors for Campbell River’s Airport Authority board.

The Airport Authority oversees the growth and operations of the Campbell River Airport.

The board is responsible for setting the authority’s strategic direction, for making decisions for the authority and for overseeing the management of the airport authority’s business and affairs.

Candidates for Airport Authority directors should have knowledge and experience in the aviation industry.

Board positions are open to local and regional candidates. Three positions are available for three-year terms and one position is available for one to two years.

Interested?

Submit a brief resume and covering letter stating why you would be a good Airport Authority director by 4 p.m. Nov. 30, 2011.

Send email responses to info@campbellriver.ca.

Paper copies can be delivered by mail, courier or in person to:

City of Campbell River

Attn: Airport Authority

301 St. Ann’s Rd

Campbell River, BC  V9W 4C7

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