Recent posting on Champlain College website:


Champlain Regional College is seeking the services of a DIRECTOR for CHAMPLAIN-LENNOXVILLE to work on a full-time permanent basis.


The Director’s duties will include the following:

• Participate with other College Officers in the development, formulation and revision of College-wide objectives, plans, policies and procedures and establish appropriate mechanisms to ensure their realization and implementation at Champlain – Lennoxville.

• [bla, bla, bla, bla bla ]

• Represent and promote Champlain – Lennoxville in the local community and ensure that it is a partner in the socio-economic development of the community.

• Be a member of the Director General’s Advisory Committee, attend meetings of the Executive Committee and report on activities at Champlain – Lennoxville at each meeting of the Board of Governors.

• Other tasks assigned by the Director General.


Education Graduate degree or equivalent years of schooling in an appropriate area of specialization.

Experience Eight (8) years relevant experience of which at least three (3) have been in a senior management position. Teaching experience at the post-secondary level will be considered an asset.

Other Effective communication skills in English and in French are required.

Candidates may be submitted to selection tests.

EFFECTIVE DATE: Monday , January 19, 2004

DATE OF POSTING: Friday, December 12, 2003


APPLICATIONS: Monday, January 5, 2004


Selection Committee for the Director – Champlain – Lennoxville

Attn: D Brisson


P.O. Box 5000

Sherbrooke ( Quebec ) J1H 5N1

January 5, 2004

Re: Application for position of Director / Champlain-Lennoxville

Dear Selection Commmittee:

Attached please find my resume that I wish to submit for the position of Director for Champlain Regional College – Lennoxville. Although my experience is primarily in Finance, I feel I possess critical skills and key experience that will prove to you I am more than qualified as a candidate for this position.

I have a twenty-five year history with Champlain College and the surrounding community of Lennoxville. As well, I maintain many strong relationships with the neighboring town of Sherbrooke, and have worked hard in the last two years at becoming bilingual. In addition I am on a first name basis with many of the current administration including my soon-to-be supervisor, Gerald Cuttting, Len Davis, and outgoing Director, Bertrand Daigneault. In fact, I believe I once met one of your first Campus Directors, Bill Matson, who once referred to my sister as a runaway-lesbian-druggy – which was his loving way of saying she wasn’t worth looking for. Of course there is that recent matter of Bernie Daigneault accusing me of making “gratuitous, unfounded and untruthful attacks on (the School’s) sterling reputation “, but I’m sure we can all put that behind us.

I have reviewed the Functions you have outlined for the incoming director; after reading my resume I’m sure you will agree I am ably qualified to carry out these duties. In addition, I know how much you value subterfuge; especially sweeping problems under the rug when they involve the affairs of pesky students. Although at present I do not possess these abilities, I will work hard under your tutelage to develop this special skill set.

Undoubtedly you will have a lot of questions, and most of those can be covered in the interview. Before we get to that, there is one request that I have for you.

If you would publicly apologize for your behavior with regard to the events surrounding the disappearance and murder of my sister, Theresa Allore, and admit that your comments and actions over the past 25 years – particularly your unfounded attempts to gratuitously

and untruthfully discredit her reputation – were base, hurtful and unwarranted; then I’m sure we can eliminate the interview and get right down to the drug screen and offer letter.

I thank you for your time and consideration and I look forward to hearing from you



John Allore


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