Robert Maisonville Named New Chief Administrative Officer For The County Of Essex
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After a lengthy search and competitive recruitment process that spanned several weeks, Robert Maisonville, the Director of Corporate Services/Treasurer for the County of Essex has accepted the position as the County’s new Chief Administrative Officer.
Maisonville began his career with the County in 1990 as a financial analyst, progressing in various capacities throughout the years, from Financial Supervisor to Controller/Deputy Treasurer to his most recent position as the Director of Corporate Services/Treasurer in September 1999.
Maisonville also holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Masters in Business Administration degrees from the University of Windsor.
“I have been honoured and privileged to have served the Corporation for many years and I look forward to continuing to work with residents, staff, Council, partners and stakeholders to deliver high-quality services and contribute to making Essex County the outstanding region that it is” said Maisonville.
Maisonville will transition into the new role, effective September 7th, 2017.