City of Nanaimo seeks board members for economic development

NANAIMO – Three-year commitment required for Nanaimo Economic Development Corporation.

Nanaimo city council is accepting nominations for leaders to participate on the board of directors for Nanaimo Economic Development Corporation.

The NEDC is an arm’s length for-profit corporation owned by the City of Nanaimo created to provide economic development services to the greater Nanaimo area. Directors responsible for setting NEDC’s strategic and policy direction.

Board positions require a three-year commitment.

To apply, please prepare a submission in writing outlining your background and interest in economic development.

Written submissions should be addressed to NEDC board nominations, c/o Holly Pirozzini, administrative assistant, city manager’s office, 455 Wallace St., V9R 5J6, or e-mail holly.pirozzini@nanaimo.ca.

Submissions will be received until Dec. 23 at 4:30 p.m.

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