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Canadian Marketing Association

Manager, Regulatory Affairs



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About CMA

As Canada’s #1 marketing association, CMA Members represent Canada’s leading business sectors and all marketing disciplines, channels and technologies.  CMA Members make a major contribution to the economy by driving commerce, investments in media and new marketing technologies while providing employment for millions.

CMA is the largest Canadian marketing association educator with 6,000 attendees joining CMA’s events and educational programming annually.  CMA offers the Certified Marketing Specialist™ Designation for professionals plus learning-focused events, seminars, in-house training, roundtables, webinars and the CMA Awards Gala, the #1 Marketing Awards in Canada.

The Association promotes industry thought leadership, growth, development and education through a network of Marketing Councils which provide a forum for members to highlight marketing intel with reports and articles, videos and podcasts, the CMA blog and e-newsletters.

As the marketing community's leading advocate on key public policy issues, CMA develops self-regulatory standards for its Members while ensuring their compliance with the compulsory CMA Code of Ethics.

The Canadian Marketing Association was established in 1967 and is headquartered in Toronto.  For more information visit

Job Description

 MANAGER – Regulatory Affairs

Put your government affairs knowledge, skills and experience to work at one of Canada’s leading business associations. 

The Canadian Marketing Association (CMA) is seeking a Manager to work with the CMA advocacy team, Association members, governments and other stakeholders to shape internal and external regulatory frameworks.  Ensure the ongoing development of the Association’s self-regulatory programs and related resources.  Promote awareness and compliance with government and industry regulations among CMA members.  Leverage your practical understanding and experience with public policy issues at the national and/or provincial levels to help manage the regulatory challenges that can impact marketing.

The successful applicant should have a degree in a relevant field and at least 5 years work experience that includes a public affairs role in a government, corporate or association setting, combined with excellent communication skills. English/French bilinqualism an asset.

This position is located in Toronto.

Please email your resumé and salary expectations by Thursday, April 27th to:

Wally Hill, Vice-President, Government & Consumer Affairs; Canadian Marketing Association at:

No telephone calls please.  Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

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Canadian Marketing Association
Posting Date: 06-Apr-2017Marketing/Advertising/PR Permanent, Full-Time Open 1 ASAP
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