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Vitalité Health Network is a regional health authority providing and managing health care and services in an area covering northern and southeastern New Brunswick. The Network is the only Francophone-managed organization of its kind in the country and has nearly 60 points of service providing a range of health care and services to members of the public in the official language of their choice.

The Network has approximately 7,500 part-time and full-time employees, 550 physicians, including 241 specialists, and nearly 800 volunteers. The Network’s 2020-2021 budget was $678 million (excluding Medicare). Our points of service are distributed throughout our territory and include 11 hospitals: 5 regional hospitals and 6 community hospitals, 9 health centers, 5 clinics, 10 community mental health centers, 4 addiction Services centers, 2 Veteran’s centers, and 11 Public and sexual Health offices. Geographical zones in the Network are: Acadie-Bathurst Zone includes the region of Bathurst and vicinity and the Acadian Peninsula; Beauséjour Zone includes the region of Moncton and vicinity; Northwest Zone is located at the border with Maine (United States) and Quebec, the Northwest Zone includes the region of Edmundston and vicinity; Zone Restigouche is located at the border with Quebec, along the Restigouche River and the Baie of Chaleur, the Restigouche Zone includes the region of Campbellton and vicinity.


Reporting to the President General Manager and replacing a retirement in the position of Vice-President, Human Resources with the new title and role, The Vice-President, Talent Acquisition and Organizational Development, exercise collaborative leadership within the organization and helps achieve the strategic plan and improve organizational performance through their various responsibilities. The successful candidate supports the organization’s HR activities through their duties (talent acquisition, loyalty development, staffing, organizational development, employee health and wellness, labor relations, and legal affairs). The successful candidate is responsible for establishing, applying, and evaluating HR policies, procedures, and best practices in accordance with laws and conventions and in relation to the organization’s mission, vision, strategic directions, and values.


  • Master’s degree in a relevant field (HR, law, administration, organizational psychology, etc.);
  • 10 years of HR experience, preferably in the health care sector;
  • In-depth knowledge of the legislation and regulations governing employees within New Brunswick’s health care system;
  • Knowledge and experience with information management systems, HR component;
  • Knowledge of EDI (equity, diversity, and inclusion) practices and programs;
  • Experience in the transformation of organizational culture;
  • Excellent skills in the areas of verbal and written communication, interpersonal communication, and conflict resolution;
  • Systemic analysis and strategic execution capabilities;
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills;
  • Agility in analyses and solutions;
  • Knowledge of HR trends and employee experience;
  • Adherence to the principles of patient- and employee-centered culture;
  • Ability to manage a transformation of organizational culture by focusing on employee experience, patient experience, mutual collaboration, and learning;
  • Ability to collaborate effectively within a complex and changing environment involving various types of expertise;
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member;
  • Physical ability to perform assigned duties;
  • Good previous work history (performance and attendance);
  • Adherence to professional ethics principles, to the Network management philosophy and organizational values;
  • Compliance with the rules of confidentiality established by the Vitalité Health Network.
  • Written and spoken competence in English and French is required.

NB : This position could be based in one of the following service locations : Bathurst, Campbellton, Caraquet, Edmundston, Lamèque, Moncton, Sainte-Anne de Kent, Saint-Quentin, Tracadie, Tracadie-Sheila, NB)

If you want to take up this challenge and think you can make a difference, you are what we are looking for! Please send us your resume by email as soon as possible in confidence to: or contact me at (514) 879-8700 ext. 200

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7 CEOs that you should follow on social media

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The revolutionary effect social media has had on the global sharing of ideas is undeniable. Even the biggest global business leaders take note when a peer tweets, as the takeaway from such an insight can be extremely valuable.

In a time when even the President of the United States religiously pours his insight into a globally accessible social media vacuum, honing into the right list of leaders to follow is a tool that all within the corporate sphere should be utilising.


And while the business takeaway of following President Trump may be questionable, there are an astonishing number of iconic magnates sharing their thoughts on the finer points of staying innovative in 2019.

Arianna Huffington

Huffington’s second name is synonymous with the news voice of the Millennial generation. The Founder of Huffington Post is a vocal critic and shares her candid opinions via Twitter. As both the Founder of a multi-national news network and the CEO of Thrive, her cutting-edge commentary is often as insightful as it is timely.

Tim Cook

Steve Jobs’ death left a CEO-sized hole in Apple’s management. Despite having such gigantic shoes to fill, Cook has cultivated a professional reputation that has maintained Apple’s famously innovative leadership since he took the position in August of 2011. As the leader of one of the world’s most successful companies and a tireless technology fanatic, Cook has a massive amount of insight to offer his followers.

Mary Barra

Despite not being a household name like others on this list, CEO of General Motors Mary Barra is a poster woman for strong female leadership in a male dominated industry. Her 447,000 Twitter followers are witness daily to her considered and welly-communicated thoughts and insights.

Reed Hastings

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is revered for managing to direct the once-physical film rental company into the digital age, becoming one of the most valuable assets in the media sector. Hastings, who also serves on the Board of Facebook, is an undisputed tactical visionary, and a highly valuable insight for those looking to recreate his success in their own industries.

Daniel Ek

With over 207million active monthly users, 96million subscribers and 15billion hours of listened content, Spotify is one of the few companies with a sector-cornering digital enterprise innovative enough to rival the innovation of Netflix. The brand’s Founder is a prolific trendsetter, and his influence is duly noted by his 120,000 Twitter followers.

Brian Chesky

At the age of just 27, Chesky founded the highly influential travel brand Airbnb, a company with a current valuation of £23million ($31billion). As a strong believer in the revolutionary power of technology, Chesky is an avid user of Twitter and ensures that his considered tweets are insightful for his nearly three-hundred-thousand-strong audience.

Jack Dorsey

It would be hard to discuss the power of social media without citing one of its founding fathers. Jack Dorsey is the key visionary behind the Twitter platform, which currently boasts 326million monthly users. Dorsey was the first business magnate to embrace the sight and set the path for thousands. Adopting the simple username @jack, Dorsey currently tweets to an audience of 4.14million followers.