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Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation Chief Executive Officer. Cannabis Sourcing, Private Vendors As of July 2018 the use of cannabis became legal in Canada MBLL is MBLL By the Numbers. and Sales to, responsible for the sourcing and tracking of marijuana from federally March 2018. licensed producers Private operators will purchase supplies from MBLL. 2 844 full and part time, and sell cannabis through their retail locations employees. Five unions under seven, collective agreements, MBLL plays an important role in supporting the delivery of social services in the. Approximately 1 4 billion, Province of Manitoba by paying a dividend of over 600 million annually This dividend in revenue.
represents more than 3 5 of the provincial summary revenues and is a critical Approximately 610 million. component of being able to deliver health education family and other public services allocated to the Province of. across the province Manitoba, ABOUT THE POSITION OF CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER. The Chief Executive Officer will provide strategic leadership of the Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation by. working closely with the governing Board of Directors and executive management team to ensure Manitobans. receive high quality safe and cost effective liquor gaming and entertainment experiences and cannabis products. The next CEO will maintain the value to Manitobans while ensuring a profitable sustainable corporation in the long. term that generates income through sales operational efficiencies and expenditure containment He she will. establish a high performance organization with dedicated skilled engaged and customer focused team members. efficient service delivery and administrative processes and risk practices that allow for income growth to support. provincial priorities, Candidates inspired by the opportunities and challenges of leading a well established progressive organization in a. fast paced rapidly evolving industry and who have the leadership ability to anticipate and plan for change and create. the environment conducive to service excellence flexibility and results achievement will want to explore this rare. opportunity, LEADERSHIP ACCOUNTABILITIES, Accountability 1 Strategic Business and Operational Planning. Develop and implement processes and practices to identify needs and expectations of Manitobans key. stakeholders and target customers in relation to the gaming experience and the sales and distribution of liquor. and the distribution of cannabis, Develop and implement processes and practices to evaluate MBLL s ability to meet needs and address future. conditions or issues, Provide leadership in formulating the vision direction goals and objectives of the organization and ensure they.
are aligned with the strategic goals of the Board of Directors and the Government of Manitoba. Create strategies to position the organization 7 to 10 years in the future by anticipating and acting on trends. Translate the strategic plan into operational and business plans and communicate operational objectives to all. employees and appropriate stakeholders, Ensure the development of comprehensive business plans with clear identification of cost and revenue drivers. and strategies to control expenses while driving revenue as well as evidence based analysis of future scenarios. Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation Chief Executive Officer. Accountability 2 Transformational Financial Operational and Performance Leadership. Lead the development and implementation of a comprehensive integrated transformation strategy ensuring the. Corporation can achieve strategic directions of the Board and the Government of Manitoba. Establish a business and service delivery model for the Corporation that achieves financial objectives and. customer service goals, Embed accountability efficiency and continuous improvement in the processes and practices throughout the. organization, Establish processes and procedures to collect and analyze relevant data and information to inform decision. making regarding policy product selection and quality control. Develop and embed in daily operations risk management practices that support innovation while mitigating risk. Assume overall accountability for short and long term capital and operating budgets. Monitor the performance of the organization to ensure adherence to Board direction established budgets and. performance standards in the consistent delivery of high quality products and services to MBLL customers. Ensure regular reviews of performance against the goals of the organization are completed and provides clear. monthly quarterly annual and ad hoc reports to the Board and the Government of Manitoba. Accountability 3 Board of Directors Support, Advise and assist the Board of Directors in the development of policies strategic goals and objectives programs. services and new initiatives in response to identified needs as well as provide current information about a. changing environmental landscape, Ensure formal written documentation including reports background information and briefing materials are.
prepared and presented to the Board of Directors and the Government of Manitoba as required to support. decisions and the development of policy and direction as well as to ensure the Board is appropriately informed. of progress, Implement the by laws policies and strategy set by the Board. As the official link between the Board and the employees of the organization ensure effective formal. communication and the appropriate sharing of information between the Board and the organization s employees. Accountability 4 Organizational and People Leadership. Ensure the development implementation and maintenance of an effective organizational structure. Build and sustain a cohesive collaborative executive management team who are committed to the best interests. of the MBLL organization and who consistently explore opportunities to enhance services. Develop and sustain a high performance culture and environment where multiple perspectives are sought out. appropriate risks are encouraged and all employees are committed to excellence in product and service delivery. and the customer experience, Establish strong human resource practices that ensure highly qualified staff are recruited and retained. performance expectations are clearly defined workforce development and succession management are. effectively implemented the compensation and reward structures appropriately compensate individuals for their. contribution and desired behaviours are incented, Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation Chief Executive Officer. Accountability 5 Public Relations and Stakeholder Relationship Management. Establish multi faceted communication strategies and channels to ensure internal and external stakeholders. including Manitobans are aware of the services provided by the Corporation how to access these products and. services and the Corporation s progress towards goals. Develop and sustain effective working relationships with provincial government ministries service delivery. partners Indigenous partners and peoples industry associations other levels of government and community. Lead efforts to continue financial coordination between MBLL and the provincial Treasury Board. Represent Manitoba Liquor Lotteries at official and or community functions. ABOUT THE EDUCATION EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS. The Board of Directors and Manitobans rely on the knowledge skills and experience of the Chief Executive Officer to. ensure the Corporation s success The ideal candidate will have a unique background and be able to demonstrate. several leadership and technical competencies, The next Chief Executive Officer must have experience driving enterprise wide transformation integrating policy. systems processes people and culture A strategic thinker and proven change leader with an extensive background. and demonstrated track record creating and enhancing profitability through financial and operational excellence and. a focus on income is what MBLL is seeking The successful candidate will effectively navigate through complex issues. balancing the goals and expectations of its customers the Board of Directors the Government of Manitoba and. industry partners and will deliver value to Manitobans The next Chief Executive Officer must bring a strong. understanding of Indigenous history and communities as well as the Truth and Reconciliation calls to action and a. proven ability to build trust based relationships with Indigenous leaders. The ideal candidate will bring significant executive level experience in large multi business line and unionized. organizations complemented by an advanced degree that grounds this experience in proven theory and leading. practice An in depth understanding of marketing and retail sales is an asset Candidates with extensive experience. implementing innovative cost effective approaches to product and service sales while streamlining and enhancing. efficiencies in systems and processes is a must, The next Chief Executive Officer will bring authenticity humility curiosity creativity and energy to this role The ideal.
candidate will have specific experience developing and sustaining respectful and mutually beneficial relationships. with its major shareholder board of directors ministries and key partners in the delivery and sales of its products and. If you are a visionary leader have excellent oral written and presentation skills demonstrate decisiveness critical. thinking excellent judgment business and financial acumen and have earned a reputation as someone who drives. results you will want to explore this exciting opportunity. Competency Requirements, Candidates must be able to demonstrate the following leadership competencies to be successful in carrying out the. mission and achieving the vision of Manitoba Liquor Lotteries. Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation Chief Executive Officer. Integrity Keeps the public interest and greater good of Manitobans and Manitoba Liquor. Humility and Lotteries in mind at all times, Authenticity Makes principle centered decisions. Assumes responsibility accountability and follows through when making commitments. Demonstrates sincerity honesty respect empathy and adherence to standards and. values of Manitoba Liquor Lotteries, Maintains composure and perspective in difficult or volatile situations. Knows he she does not have all the answers respects the knowledge and skills of other. people and surrounds himself herself with great people. Effective Oral Defines the principles and framework of effective organizational communication. Written and Actively listens to messages being communicated by stakeholders. Presentation, Articulates complex ideas in a clear understandable way. Creates and conducts powerful presentations to small and large groups. Develops well constructed documents and reports, Provides sound credible and thorough information to the Board of Directors and ensures.
the Board is appropriately informed of issues, Effectively facilitates meetings and discussions to assist participants in reaching shared. decisions and fostering positive relationships, Communicates clearly concisely and effectively with a wide variety of audiences both. internally and externally in small personal settings group sessions or through the media. Visionary Establishes a shared vision and common goals and creates the environment where the. Change organization can achieve them, Leadership Is comfortable challenging the status quo identifying needed changes and leading. people through this change, Has broad knowledge and perspectives adopting a long term view of organizational. strengths weaknesses opportunities and risks in a changing operational environment. Clearly articulates a practical vision for the future a credible case for change. enhancement and to influence and inspire others to work as part of a team toward that. Promotes cooperation collaboration and partnerships between individuals or groups. both within and outside of Manitoba Liquor Lotteries ensuring everyone understands. each others roles responsibilities and contributions. Ensures a respectful collaborative workplace, Identifies critical financial and operational issues that will have an impact on the.
organization, Decisiveness Efficiently and effectively perceives and assesses situations. and Excellent Understands when decisions require input and when they do not. Asks the right questions to get the information needed. Draws sound conclusions and recommends changes in policies and practices as required. Identifies the impacts and risks associated with decisions and takes appropriate risks. Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation Chief Executive Officer. Influences decisions that challenge the status quo and provoke growth and positive. development in the organization, Takes responsibility for difficult decisions. Ensures the Board is appropriately informed of issues. Defines decision making model s principles criteria for others. Utilizes objective factual and valid information from a variety of sources to make. informed decisions understands the potential impacts and keeps all relevant parties. Political Understands complex political situations and determines effective strategies to maximize. Acumen opportunity and minimize risk, Understands and respects the role of the government the Board of Directors and senior. The next Chief Executive Officer must have experience driving enterprise wide transformation integrating policy systems processes people and culture A strategic thinker and proven change leader with an extensive background and demonstrated track record creating and enhancing profitability through financial and operational excellence and

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