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Director, Business Development in Ottawa, ON

Canadian Bank Note Company

Ottawa, ON K1A 0A5
5w ago
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specialty:

Sales Management & Operations, Business Development

experience:

Not Specified

Job Description

Description


Canadian Bank Note Company is a global leader in the design, development and deployment of customized, secure solutions for identification, border security, excise control, currency, and lottery operations. Our customers are domestic and foreign governments, and together we work to design, launch and support the technologically advanced secure documents and information systems that protect borders, safeguard national currencies, and generate revenue for government social initiatives.

The "Value Proposition"

This position is perfect for a "hunter" who is looking for their next challenge and is interested in building or expanding their dossier of international sales experience to include the Caribbean. It's a chance to take your business development career to the next level and help CBN further establish our presence in the region. Reporting to the V.P. International Business Development, you'll build trust-based relationship

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Valid through: 2020-3-4

About Canadian Bank Note Company

The Canadian Bank Note Company is a Canadian security printing company. It is best known for holding the contract with the Bank of Canada to supply it with Canadas banknotes. The companys other clients include private businesses, national and sub-national governments, central banks, and postal services from around the world. In addition to bank notes, the company produces passports, drivers licences, birth certificates, postage stamps, coupons, and many other security-conscious document-related products. It also prints and provides document reading systems for identification cards, lottery tickets, stamps, and bank notes. From 1897 until 1923, CBN was a unit of the New York-based American Bank Note Company. It has since been based in Ottawa, Ontario. In October 2006, RR Donnelley completed acquisition of Canadian Bank Notes financial printing business, consisting of documentation for initial public offerings. In recent months,[when?] the Canadian Bank Note Company has been the chief-provider for machine readable passports used within the Caribbean Community bloc of countries. The majority of the new CARICOM passports as they are called serve the union as a centre-piece of promoting easy travel within the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME).
Total Jobs:
16
Average Pay:
$105,937
Total value of jobs:
$1,695,000
% Masters:
48%
* Ladders Estimates