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    Welcome to AMANB

    The Association of Municipal Administrators of New Brunswick is a professional association devoted to the education and development of municipal administrators to ensure excellence in municipal administration and service delivery.

    To ensure regional representation in decisions and policies to guarantee such excellence, each of the nine (9) regional zones send a member to the AMANB Board of Directors.

    NEW MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM IN NEW BRUNSWICK

    A brand-new training program in municipal management is being offered in the province this fall as a result of close cooperation between the Association of Municipal Administrators of New Brunswick (AMANB) and the Université de Moncton?s continuing education department. This program is intended for members only. See News Release.

    For more information on the Municipal Management Training Program, go to www.umoncton.ca/gestionmunicipale/en.

     

    Job Opportunities ​​​​​

    • Municipal Operations Manager - Town of Shediac (Description - PDF) (August 19, 2022)

    • Director of finances - Village of Cap-Pelé (Description - French PDF) (no closing date)

    • Recreation Planning Coordinator - Kent Regional Service Commission (Description - PDF) (no closing date)

    • Director, tourism & economic development - Chaleur Regional Service Commission (Description - PDF) (no closing date)

    • Director Urban Planning Department - Chaleur Regional Service Commission (Description - PDF) (no closing date)

    • Solid Waste Operations Manager - Chaleur Regional Service Commission (Description - PDF) (no closing date)

    List your Job Opportunity - Posting is free for AMANB Members and Associate Members; for non-members, the rate for a single job posting is $100.00. A One Year ? Unlimited Postings package is $700.00. Send your request to info@amanb-aamnb.com 

     

     

    Fast Stats:
    • Total of 104 municipalities in New Brunswick divided as:
      • 8 cities
      • 26 towns
      • 61 villages
      • 8 rural communities
      • 1 regional municipality
    • Total of 12 Regional Service Commissions (RSC)
    • Total of 236 Local Service Districts (LSD)

    Updated July 28th, 2022

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