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The City of Mission is currently looking to fill one (1) vacant position on the Mission Economic Development Select Committee (EDSC) for the remainder of a two-year term, concluding June 30, 2023.

The Economic Development Select Committee is a Council-appointed advisory body providing recommendations to Council on economic development priorities, policies and matters that will foster and enhance business growth in the community.

Eligible members will be residents, taxpayers, business owners or representatives in the City of Mission with the appropriate qualifications, availability, work experience, community involvement, and knowledge that can provide independent advice and assistance on the achievement of the EDSC mandate, purpose and goals.

To maintain a balanced composition of the EDSC, the committee is currently seeking specific knowledge and professional expertise within the following areas:

  • Significant professional and/or senior leadership experience in one or a combination of the following three areas: land development, transportation, and industrial operations.
  • Indigenous perspective expertise: preferably through lived experience as an Indigenous person with practice in relationship development with the City of Mission and/or other levels of governments, Indigenous economic development, understanding of the applicability of Aboriginal title and rights in the economic development context, and the ability to guide relationships that create economic benefits for all parties involved, including Indigenous peoples, from projects both on and off reserve.

If you would like additional information on the EDSC, please contact:

Stacey Crawford, Director of Economic Development
604-820-3789
scrawford@mission.ca

Applications will be accepted up to 4:30 p.m., January 17, 2022