Office of the President
Andrew Petter, President and Vice-Chancellor
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, British Columbia
Canada V5A 1S6
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Request for the President to Attend an Event
As Canada’s engaged university, the President and executive value the opportunity to attend both internal and external events.
If you would like to request the President attend an event, please open, save and complete the document below and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Request for President’s Event Attendance (fillable PDF)
The Executive Director reports to the President of Simon Fraser University. The incumbent administers the business of the President's Office; acts as Office Manager, including human resources issues, administers all budgets; including operating, capital and specific purpose budgets and has full responsibility for the President's time and activities.
The incumbent provides support for general administration, human resources and budgeting for the Offices of the President, General Counsel and University Secretary.
The incumbent works closely with the Executive Director and is responsible for co-ordinating and maintaining the President's appointments calendar.
The incumbent provides communications support for the President including researching background and supporting information for president’s speaking engagements and other key communications.
The incumbent provides confidential administrative support to the President, the Executive Director, and Executive committees for all information processing, and financial administrative support for the President’s Office, including University Secretary and General Counsel.
The incumbent provides legal administrative assistance to the General Counsel and confidential secretarial assistance to the University Secretary.