ID# 23-2355 Location: Edmonton, AB
Reporting into the CEO, the Chief Advocacy Officer provides strategic advice, manages sensitive policy issues, and leads complex projects that engage the Board and its committees in identifying issues and opportunities and developing and advocating solutions. Other activities relate to creating policy development plans and advocacy strategies and preparing related correspondence, briefings, speaking points, and other materials.
The incumbent works with ASBA’s members to advance understanding of key issues and priorities, seek their input, and build consensus on approaches that will meet their diverse circumstances and needs. The Chief Advocacy Officer actively seeks out opportunities for grant funding and leads preparation of related applications, work plans, and final reports.
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