CCCT seeks new CEO; Dominic Jaar takes on new position after 2 years as CEO
TORONTO, Dec. 1 /CNW/ - Dominic Jaar, CEO of the Canadian Centre for Court Technology (CCCT), will resign his position on December 31, 2010 to take on the position of associate partner in charge of Canadian e-discovery and information management practices at KPMG.
"We have been very fortunate to work with Dominic and wish him the best of luck in his new position," says CCCT Co-Chairs Madame Justice Fran Kiteley of the Ontario Superior Court and Ray Bodnarek, Q.C., Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney General of Alberta. "Dominic brought a great depth of knowledge and expertise to our team and in a short time helped us accomplish so much. He will be greatly missed."
The CCCT is now accepting applications for a new Chief Executive Officer. The competition will close on December 17, 2010. A job description is available on CCCT's website at: www.ccct-cctj.ca.
This is a unique opportunity for a technology savvy individual to lead a young and progressive organization comprised of senior justice system officials.
The new CEO will enhance access to justice for Canadians by solidifying the CCCT's national leadership role in promoting justice system innovation and modernization through the enhanced use of technology.
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