One of the Campbell administration's longest-serving political staffers is leaving the legislative precincts next month. Jamie Braman, who is presently a senior aide to Health Services Minister Kevin Falcon, has been hired as the Interior Health Authority's strategic initiatives coordinator. In the capacity, he'll be responsible for streamlining interactions with stakeholders and driving initiatives on behalf of the authority's president and chief executive officer Robert Halpenny. Mr. Braman starts work at the Interior Health on September 14. He's worked full-time for the Liberals at the legislature since 1998. The following is a complete copy of the job description for Mr. Braman's new post.
August 30, 2010