The City of Vancouver has hired Amanda Pitre-Hayes as its director of sustainability.
Pitre-Hayes comes to the city from the sustainable-energy-focused Pembina Institute, where she worked as director of climate change consulting.
She previously managed climate change strategy for Vancity, and worked for Accenture and the Body Shop Canada.
A city press release issued today (October 18) says Pitre-Hayes holds a master’s degree in business administration and lives in East Vancouver.
According to its job posting, the position comes with a salary of $117,335 to $146,665, as well as an “excellent” benefits package.
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