Finding the Right Candidate workshop
Do you find it difficult to find the right candidate for the right job?
How do you go about finding that candidate in a tight labour market such as Calgary’s?
What interviewing and assessment tools can help you choose successfully?
On May 22, 2008, the Calgary Chapter’s Career Services Committee will be hosting a workshop to discuss
what works, and what doesn’t in today’s recruitment scene, with:
Mr. Bob MacIntyre, Assistant Vice President Human Resources, Canadian Pacific Railway:
Mr. MacIntyre has been in corporate Human Resources for more than 36 years. He has held
increasingly responsible positions in this field at Gulf Canada, Shell Canada and Canadian Pacific.
In his current role as Assistant Vice President Human Resources, Canadian Pacific Railway, Bob is
responsible for a broad spectrum of activities that includes pension administration; pay services; HR
information systems; HR service center; employment equity and human rights; national recruitment;
HR support to line operations; HR policy, compensation, benefits, workforce planning, talent
management; and, learning and development.
In a previous role Bob has also worked as an oil & gas expatriate in the UK.
Linda Clipperton, Senior Recruitment Consultant, Finance & Accounting, INTEQNA:
Ms. Clipperton has been in Accounting & Finance recruitment since 1998. Her energy, loyalty, and
team approach to executing successful search assignments have proven effective and profitable to
her valued clients. With a specialization in Tax, Production/Revenue Accounting, Mergers and
Acquisitions, controllers and senior financial accountants and other specialty areas within this
division, Linda has glowing references from long-standing customers for discovering high
performance professionals at all levels, from intermediate roles, to partnership and C-Level
executives. Combining her strong family ties with her senior recruitment management experience,
Linda still holds her executive management position with the Youth Singers Association, as well as
participates in numerous charitable activities throughout the year.
Please bring your questions and learn from these seasoned industry professionals.
Please note: To encourage an interactive session, the workshop will be limited to 25 attendees on a first
come, first served basis. You must register for this event.
This workshop will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and is available FREE to FEI Canada members ONLY.
If you would like further information about this event, please do not hesitate to contact the FEI Career
Services Committee (Organizers – Lisa Pilon 403-284-8440 or Terene Tharagan 403-319-6638).
To register for this event, please call Cynthia Malycky at 403-284-8151 or email email@example.com.