USACA is seeking applications for the position of CEO to provide strategic leadership and to develop it into a world class cricketing organization, the organization noted in a release posted on USACA.org.
USACA is seeking applications for the position of CEO to provide strategic leadership and to develop it into a world class cricketing organization, USACA noted in a release posted on its website. The deadline for submitting applications is August 24, 2012.
USACA announced in May 2012, as part of its 100 day plan, that it would short list approved candidates and begin the interview process within 90 days. So far, USACA appears to be on track with its recruitment efforts.
Nabeel Ahmed, former First VP, has been serving as interim CEO since the controversial election held in April 2012. The position had been lying vacant for over a year following the dismissal of Don Lockerbie in November 2010.
According to the latest USACA release advertising the position, the 'CEO will be the operational head responsible for administrative and financial management, serve as a visible representative of the organization, maintain strong relationships with stakeholders and partners and negotiate business and/or sponsorship deals on behalf of USACA.'
USACA said it was seeking an experienced senior executive with a good track record who will own and lead an intense performance culture.'
'The CEO must comply with all aspects of the USACA Constitution and be a role model for the highest levels of integrity and ethics,' the release said. The position will be based in Florida. Those interested in applying should visit USACA.org for a detailed job description.