TYPICAL PROFILES

 

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Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Under the supervision of the Board of Directors, the successful candidate develops a strategic vision in support of the company’s long-term needs and ensures increased revenue, profitability and market share. As a visionary leader, watches for market trends and seizes business opportunities in a difficult economic environment. As a strategic leader, develops an innovative corporate culture that fosters creativity and discussions at every level, and oversees succession planning within the organization.


Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Reporting to the President, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) manages team performance in Operations, Finance, Marketing, Sales, Human Resources and Technology. As a strategic leader, supports the CEO in defining the organization’s mission, vision and values, and ensures that they are put into practice on a daily basis. As a humble and motivating leader, ensures that all employees are committed to carrying out the strategic plan.

Chief Marketing Officer

Reporting to the President, the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) manages team performance in Marketing, Sales and Customer Service. With an extensive knowledge of international markets and consumer behavior, and an in-depth understanding of all marketing aspects (e.g. business model development, communication, pricing strategy, go-to-market approach, alliances), develops a clear vision of the impact of new technologies on digital marketing. Based on the company’s strategic plan, develops a global offering that ensures company growth and long-term sustainability.

  • Vice-President, Marketing
  • Vice-President, Sales
  • Social Media Director
  • Community Manager
  • Online Content Advisor
  • E-commerce Director
     

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Reporting to the President, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) manages team performance in the areas of accounting, auditing, treasury, taxation, risk management and investor relations. Develops and implements indicators to track corporate performance, measures results and analyzes performance gaps. Based on the company’s strategic plan, finds the most effective means of supporting profitable growth for the organization, while seeking out potential strategic partnerships.

  • Vice-President, Treasury
  • Vice-President, Risk Management and Compliance
  • Controller
  • Director, Accounting and Budget
  • Director, Investor Relations
     

Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Reporting to the President, the Chief Information Officer (CIO) manages teams in the areas of architecture, development, integration and support. Initiates and oversees the development of information technology projects to improve the company’s global efficiency. As a results-oriented professional, uses technical knowledge, interpersonal skills and leadership ability to motivate team members to support the strategic plan and identify future technological needs, to ensure the company remains competitive and flexible.

  • Vice-President, Operations
  • Director, User Services
  • Director, Production Management
  • Vice-President, Development and Integration
  • Project Director
     

Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)

Reporting to the President, the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) is responsible for developing and applying innovative human resources strategies (e.g., internal culture, succession management, talent acquisition, employer branding). Through an understanding of business issues, helps develop the company’s strategic mission and, as a tactical and creative leader, ensures that internal processes run smoothly and that the service offer is continually improved.

  • Vice-President, Talent Management
  • Director, Talent Acquisition
  • Director, Organizational Development
  • Director, Remuneration
  • Director, Human Resources