The Labrador Inuit Development Corporation (LIDC) is in the process of beginning the search for a new General Manager.
The position has been left vacant since Brian Vincent resigned from the post at the end of April.
Clint Davis is the Chair for the Labrador Inuit Capital Strategy Trust.
He says in the next couple of months they will begin the search to fill the vacant position.
The LIDC plans to create a comprehensive job description for the position.
Then they will begin the search for a candidate through an executive search firm.
Davis says he doesn’t believe the vacancy will have any implications for the upcoming season.
Chris Webb the former Assistant General Manager, has assumed the role of Acting General Manager.
He says the trustees have complete confidence in Webb’s abilities.
Vincent was the third General Manager to resign from the position since 2005.
Davis believes the high turnover rate can be attributed to a number of reasons.
They include a heavy workload and high demand.