Aug 22, 2017

Craig Fitzsimmons – Director, Government, Community & Media Relations for WorkSafeBC

By pfmadmin

PFM Executive Search welcomes Craig Fitzsimmons to his new position of Director, Government, Community & Media Relations at WorkSafeBC. Craig was the successful candidate in the national executive search for the most senior communications role at the organization.

In making the announcement, WorkSafeBC Vice President, Corporate Services & Chief Human Resources Officer, Wendy Strugnell noted Craig will provide leadership and direction in the development, execution and monitoring of WorkSafeBC’s comprehensive media, social media, government and community relations strategies that support the organization’s corporate goals and objectives.

In welcoming Craig to WorkSafeBC, VP, Strugnell said, “Craig comes to us with over 20 years’ experience in corporate communications and public affairs. He has a successful track record in both public and private sector, including consulting with Canada’s largest public relations agency and overseeing communication and issues management for B.C.’s largest infrastructure project. Craig is currently Manager, Communications and Issues Management at BC Hydro for the Site C Energy Project. In this role Craig manages strategic communications planning, writes media materials and prepares messages for media. He also liaises with the B.C. government and develops briefing material as needed and is responsible for the issues management program.

Craig is a skilled business communicator with demonstrated knowledge of strategic communications planning, government relations, media relations, stakeholder relations and issues management. I look forward to Craig joining our WorkSafeBC team.”

PFM Executive Search was delighted to have worked with the team at WorkSafeBC which has been a client of our executive search firm for almost two decades. PFM Executive Search will soon celebrate its 25th Anniversary and is recognized as one of Canada’s most respected and admired companies in the sector.