Brampton city council is pleased to announce the unanimous appointment of David Barrick as the city’s new chief administrative 0fficer (CAO).
Barrick joins the City of Brampton with a blend of private and public sector experience, including as director, corporate services and acting CAO at the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority.
Barrick will commence his duties with the city on October 23, 2019.
“I am pleased to welcome David Barrick as Brampton’s new chief administrative officer. Our new council has moved quickly to address community priorities like keeping taxes low and improving community safety as we achieve our term of council priorities. We looked for a candidate with practical experience and understanding, who can match the energy of this council and provide accountable public services while continuously pursuing efficiencies and public sector excellence. I am confident that Mr. Barrick will effectively lead our city staff and ensure that we continue to responsibly deliver a safe and vibrant city of opportunities for all Brampton residents,” said Mayor Patrick Brown.
The city retained national executive search firm Feldman Daxon Partners to conduct the recruit for this significant leadership position. Feldman Daxon Partners is Canada’s longest-standing national provider of executive search services. The role of the committee was to facilitate the recruitment process and offer all council members an opportunity to interview prospective candidates.
Photo: Brampton City Council is pleased to announce the unanimous appointment of David Barrick as the City’s new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO).