Decades before climate change became an environmental crisis, Canada’s petroleum industry disposed of then-unmarketable natural gas, or methane, simply by burning it. In Alberta’s Turner Valley oilfield in the 1920s, large gas flares would light up the sky.
The Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC) invites applications for a five (5) year (renewable) appointment of Executive Director. Reporting to the CIC Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for the successful leadership and management of the Chemical Institute of Canada and its three constituent societies according to the strategic direction set by each of the societies Board of Directors.
The appointed Nominating Committee has proposed the candidates listed below for election to the Board of Directors in 2017–2018. Further nominations for any position may be made in writing by any voting Members of the Corporation: each nomination must be accompanied by the candidate’s written agreement to serve if elected, a curriculum vitae and a recent photograph. The deadline for receipt of additional nominations is Monday, April 29, 2017.