alexa canadian cattlemen's association

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canadian cattlemen's association

The CCA is a non-profit federation comprised of eight provincial member cattle associations that provide representation to a national, producer-led board of directors. The 27-member board provides the leadership and unity necessary to speak as one voice on issues of importance to the beef cattle industry. CCA’s operating divisions carry out the day-to-day business in support of the vision, policies and recommendations established by the board. The CCA is funded through fee assessments to its provincial cattle association members. The assessments are based on yearly cattle marketing records for each province as a percentage of the total Canadian marketing. This percentage is then applied against the CCA budget as approved by the CCA Board of Directors. Provinces pay this membership to the CCA from the provincial portion of their check-off revenues. In some provinces, this portion of the check-off may be refundable. The CCA’s vision is to have a dynamic, profitable Canadian beef industry with high-quality beef products recognized as the most outstanding by customers at home and around the world. Established in 1932, and continually evolving with the industry, the CCA works on a wide range of issues that concern Canadian beef producers.  Current key areas of focus include market access and trade regulations, sustainability, animal care, animal health and food safety, grading/inspection, marketing, government and regulatory affairs, fiscal/monetary policy and business risk management. The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) is the national voice of Canada’s 68,500 beef farms and feedlots. Founded by producers and led by a producer-elected board of directors, CCA works to address issues that concern Canada’s beef producers. The CCA is seeking an individual to fulfill the duties assigned to the position of the Youth Leadership Coordinator. The primary responsibilities include the administration of the Cattlemen’s Young Leaders (CYL) program and the Young Cattlemen’s Council (YCC). Duties include the coordination of all activities for the CYL program including the recruitment of candidates and mentors, and oversight of their subsequent work plans. This will include ongoing communications through all mediums to the industry and program sponsors. Duties pertaining to the YCC would include event planning and the support of the YCC board meetings and activities. This position may also include a portion of time dedicated to supporting other programs and activities under the CCA umbrella.

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