FTTH Council looking for new president

MARCH 30, 2010 By Stephen Hardy – The FTTH Council announced that Council President Joe Savage has submitted his resignation, effective at the end of this year. A search committee has begun accepting applications for his replacement.

MARCH 30, 2010 By Stephen Hardy – The FTTH Council announced that Council President Joe Savage has submitted his resignation, effective at the end of this year. A search committee has begun accepting applications for his replacement.

The FTTH Council described the departure on its website as a retirement; Savage has served as council president since 2006. The council hopes to introduce Savage’s successor at the 2010 FTTH Conference & Expo this September.

Interested applicants can submit a resume and cover letter to recruitment@ftthcouncil.org. A three-page job description can be found on the site.

“The President will manage, design, implement, and coordinate policies and procedures relating to the administration of: operational management duties, marketing and public speaking opportunities, financial controls and policies, human resource systems and information systems,” reads the description. “In addition, the President will be responsible for execution of the FTTH Council, N.A.’s national annual conference and quarterly meetings.”

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