Search for Sail Canada Chief Executive Officer

SinC Sail Canada CEO Job Posting

September 20, 2023

Following the announced upcoming retirement of CEO Don Adams and as a key part of our upcoming leadership change, Sail Canada has kicked-off the search for a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

This person will lead Sail Canada through the transformation towards stronger financial sustainability and unparalleled international & Olympic success, while enhancing grass roots growth of sailing at member clubs and communities across Canada.

If you are someone who cares about sailing in Canada, is an experienced leader with an entrepreneurial drive and the ability to engage your team, thrives in collaborating with staff, volunteers, and partner organizations, brings passion and vision to your work and has experience in business and/or sports administration, then this exciting new opportunity may be for you!

Check out the Candidate Brief OR and please submit your Resume and Cover Letter to by Monday, October 16th.

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