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Board Directors – Calgary Public Library (WR: 701) | Calgary Public Library

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Alberta, Calgary
Posted 8 months ago
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We are excited to partner once again with the Calgary Public Library (“the Library”) in its recruitment of three (3) Board Directors. The Calgary Public Library Board ("the Board") is responsible for the vision of the organization and evaluation of its performance. It has the authority for full management and control of the Library and assumes with that authority, the duty to develop policies related to its framework, governance, and operations. The Board employs the Chief Executive Officer of the Library, who in turn implements the policies and manages the daily operations of the organization.   The Library seeks to develop a Board whose members possess a keen passion for the Library and the role it plays in empowering community by connecting the citizens of Calgary to ideas, experiences, inspiration and insight. Board Directors are sought who demonstrate a strategic combination of diverse personal attributes, culture and community, expertise, social capital, competencies and occupational backgrounds so that, collectively, it has access to a broad diversity of experiences, perspectives, knowledge, connections and skills to carry out its governance, planning, stewardship and advocacy functions.   The Library is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion for service delivery and governance. The Library's Board of Directors serves the needs of Calgary's diverse community and Board composition aims to reflect the diversity of that community. Recruitment and selection for the Library's Board of Directors will emphasize diversity, equity and inclusion of age, race/ethnicity, gender/sexual orientation/LGBTQ2S, socio-economic status, and occupational livelihoods.   Based on the Library Board's most recent skills matrix review, preference for the upcoming Board appointments in October 2023 will be given to candidates demonstrating expertise in one or more of the following areas: extensive governance experience in the public or not-for-profit sectors (ICD.D designation preferred); Indigenous/Reconciliation background and experience; finance and accounting expertise (professional accounting or finance designation required); legal expertise; and expertise in Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion practices. Candidates with the capacity and required governance experience to immediately step into a Board leadership role (Chair, Vice Chair, Committee Chair), as well as those candidates with ‘lived’ and/or reconciliation experience are preferred.   Board Directors terms are for three (3) years and term limits are set at 3 terms. Please note that during a Board year, each Board Director is expected to serve on at least two of the three Board sub-committees (Governance, Strategy & Community, and Audit & Finance). During a three-year Board term, it is also expected that a Board Director serve as Committee Chair at least once. Calgary Public Library orientation and training is provided to new Board Directors.   As volunteers, Board Directors commit approximately 10-15 hours per month to Board-related activities including preparation for and participation in Board and Committee meetings as well as participation in Library and community events. Active participation and engagement by ALL Board Directors is critical. Board Directors identify and develop relationships, build alliances and networks, and leverage resources in support of the Calgary Public Library, including a variety of stakeholders. They also support the Board's responsibility to ask critical questions and assess critical information in furtherance of its governance, planning and stewardship functions.   If you are passionate about the Library's mission and values, committed to playing a leadership role in our community, and possess the preceding core competencies, please consider an application.   We recognize that 10-15 hours per month is a significant amount of time to commit to Board related activities, however this monthly commitment is critical to maintaining an effective Board of Directors for the Calgary Public Library. We kindly ask that only those candidates who are able to commit to these monthly requirements submit an application for the role. To be considered, please forward a cover letter relating the requirements of the foregoing description to your background and a current resume to Susie Besler at [email protected].   In order to meet the required timelines established by the Search Selection Committee of the Board, the closing date for applications will be Friday, July 7th.    

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Job CategoryBoard

We are excited to partner once again with the Calgary Public Library (“the Library”) in its recruitment of three (3) Board Directors. The […]

Managing Director – Westside Recreation Centre (WR: 700)

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Alberta, Calgary
Posted 9 months ago
Found
We are excited to be partnering with our client, Westside Recreation Centre, in their search for a Managing Director. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Managing Director is Westside’s most senior executive and organizational representative with accountability for managing the business and affairs of the Organization. Critical to this accountability, is the relationship with the Board, employees, volunteers, customers, stakeholders and the public. The Managing Director is responsible for developing Westside’s strategic plan, in consultation with the Board, and overseeing the development and execution of operational plans and policies that support the strategy. The Managing Director is accountable for Westside’s effective financial stewardship and risk management, people leadership, and advocacy in the community, as well as managing its daily business operations. If you are a strategic, collaborative and enthusiastic leader with a minimum of 10 years' experience in an executive leadership role, ideally including CEO/General Manager/Managing Director positions within the Sports & Recreation sector, and a Bachelor’s degree in Recreation Management & Business Administration, MBA, or equivalent, we want to hear from you! To learn more about this exciting opportunity with Westside Recreation Centre, please reach out to Susie Besler at [email protected].

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Job CategoryExecutive

We are excited to be partnering with our client, Westside Recreation Centre, in their search for a Managing Director. Reporting to the Board […]

Committee Members – Calgary Sport & Major Events Committee (WR: 699)

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Alberta, Calgary
Posted 9 months ago
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Pekarsky & Co. is pleased to once again be partnering with the Calgary Sport & Major Events Committee (the “CSME”) as they seek to recruit 4 to 5 volunteer committee members for their advisory committee in 2023, as well as create a pipeline of applicants for future appointment years.

About the CSME

The CSME is an advisory committee to both the City of Calgary and the Board of Tourism Calgary.

The CSME provides strategic direction, advice and due diligence to the Tourism Calgary Board and management in the proactive process of selecting, evaluating and attracting major sport and culture events for Calgary. Based on its event selection priorities and criteria, committee members help evaluate and recommend bid initiatives and events for potential investment. Committee members also help open doors and champion collaborative efforts to bid for major events using their own personal and professional networks and spheres of influence across Calgary and beyond. From Nitro Rallycross to Special Olympics Canada to the CCMAs to the Snow Rodeo, the CSME helps shape the major event calendar for the City of Calgary.

Qualifications Required

For this year’s recruitment, the CSME is seeking high-profile and respected community and thought leaders in Calgary, who can leverage their personal brand and credibility, as well as broad network, for the greater good of the city and the CSME.

In addition, the CSME is also seeking individuals who bring proven executive-level experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Indigenous relations
  • Sport sector or creative industry leadership and governance
  • Consumer brand activation and/or corporate sponsorship

If you’d like more information on this opportunity to play a pivotal role in helping Calgary evaluate, attract and win bids for major sport and cultural events, please click here for the full position description.

Diversity & Inclusion

Promoting diverse and inclusive boards and committees is a top priority for Tourism Calgary and the CSME. We are seeking applicants with diverse backgrounds, networks, perspectives, expertise and personal attributes to ensure diversity of thought on the CSME.

To apply

If you meet the qualifications required, we’d love to receive an application from you. To apply, please submit a document containing both (i) a cover letter indicating your interest and background; and (ii) your current resume via the “Apply online” feature below. A member of our team will be in touch once your application has been reviewed.

Applications will be accepted until July 31, 2023.

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Job CategoryBoard

Pekarsky & Co. is pleased to once again be partnering with the Calgary Sport & Major Events Committee (the “CSME”) as they seek […]

Interim CEO – Oil & Gas Services Company (WR: 698)

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Alberta, Calgary
Posted 9 months ago
Found
We are excited to be partnering with a Calgary-based oil and gas services company in their search for an Interim CEO. If you are an oil and gas C-suite executive who is currently not working and may be interested in an exciting one-year contract to take a proprietary tool to market, we want to hear from you! For additional information, please reach out to Susie Besler, Principal, at [email protected].

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Job CategoryExecutive

We are excited to be partnering with a Calgary-based oil and gas services company in their search for an Interim CEO. If you […]

Director, Corporate Real Estate and Facilities – ATCO (WR: 697)

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Alberta, Calgary
Posted 9 months ago
Found
We have partnered with ATCO to help them add a strategic and highly motivated Director, Corporate Real Estate and Facilities to their team. The Director will lead ATCO’s corporate real estate and facilities management team, providing strategic real estate management and advisory services to the leaders across each of their business units. The Director will also have a strategic focus on supporting ATCO’s growth and innovation across the global enterprise. This will entail providing support for real estate transactions, as well as managing and advising on the best and highest use for the existing assets within their global real estate portfolio. The Director will proactively make bespoke recommendations to the leaders across ATCO’s business units, including relating to:
  • the Office of the Future, providing recommendations on being at the leading edge of what’s next for the way we work and utilize space;
  • accessibility, diversity, equity & inclusion (“DEI”) and ESG strategy; and
  • incorporating technology into the management and use of ATCO’s assets.
Who we’re looking for  We’re seeking a corporate real estate leader with the following skills and experience:
  • Post-secondary degree in a related discipline or a combination of education and experience appropriate to achieve the mandate
  • A minimum of 10 years of experience in progressive commercial or corporate real estate roles, with particular expertise in real estate transactions, leasing, asset management and property management
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience formally leading others with a demonstrated ability to inspire, mentor, coach, and oversee the work of, others
  • Demonstrated expertise in project management and capital management
  • Track record of success managing large, multi-million dollar real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions and leases
  • Brings superior advisory skills and expertise on the real estate market in Alberta and beyond, including knowledge of due diligence requirements, market contractual terms and obligations, strategic tax considerations, growth optionality considerations, etc.
  • Demonstrated understanding of regulatory frameworks and ability to support required regulatory filings
  • Strong interest in technology and using data to optimize real estate asset management and use
  • Experience and aptitude in advising on Office of the Future considerations, as well as accessibility, DEI and ESG strategies

Candidates coming from another corporate leadership role are preferred, although candidates coming externally from a brokerage will also be considered.

If this sounds like you, please reach out to Erin Dand, Client Partner at Pekarsky & Co. at [email protected] for more information.

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Job CategoryReal Estate

We have partnered with ATCO to help them add a strategic and highly motivated Director, Corporate Real Estate and Facilities to their team. […]

Corporate Legal Counsel (Securities & Corporate Secretarial) – AltaGas (WR: 696)

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Alberta, Calgary
Posted 10 months ago
Found
We have partnered with AltaGas to help them add a collaborative and self-starting securities lawyer to their growing legal team. About AltaGas AltaGas is a North American energy infrastructure company with a focus on owning and operating assets that provide clean and affordable energy to their customers. Their team of nearly 3,000 employees helps them to achieve their mission of improving quality of life by safely and reliably connecting customers to affordable sources of energy for today and tomorrow. Natural gas supply, NGL demand fundamentals and the demand for clean energy have consistently underpinned AltaGas’ strategy, as well as the infrastructure they develop. Corporate Legal Counsel (Securities & Corporate Secretarial) Reporting to the Associate General Counsel, the Corporate Legal Counsel will be focused on securities and corporate secretarial work, supporting both the legal team and the corporate secretarial function. It’s a fantastic opportunity to work with one of North America’s leading publicly traded midstream companies on top tier securities and corporate secretarial work. Why Join AltaGas? AltaGas has a team-oriented, tight-knit legal team, with a great corporate culture and competitive pay. They are a high-performing team that values curiosity, serving as a trusted advisor to the business, and doing interesting legal work. The successful candidate can say goodbye to billable hours and business development, and instead build relationships across AltaGas’ business, see the most interesting aspects of securities and corporate secretarial work, and be part of a collegial team working to deliver value to customers and shareholders alike. There are also ample opportunities to grow within AltaGas long-term, whether within the legal team, or within the broader business. Who We’re Looking For We’re looking for lawyers with 2 to 5 years of experience as a securities lawyer and/or supporting the corporate secretarial function, ideally gained at a top tier law firm and/or in-house. If this sounds like you and you’re looking to join a high-performing, collegial in-house legal team, please reach out to Erin Dand, Client Partner at [email protected] for more information.

Job Features

Job CategoryLegal

We have partnered with AltaGas to help them add a collaborative and self-starting securities lawyer to their growing legal team. About AltaGas AltaGas […]

Senior Legal Counsel – Paramount Resources (WR: 695)

Closed
Alberta, Calgary
Posted 10 months ago
Found

We are excited to partner with our client, Paramount Resources, a leading independent Canadian energy company, in their search for a Senior Legal Counsel to join their team.

Based in Calgary and reporting to the General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, the Senior Legal Counsel provides effective ongoing legal and commercial support to Paramount’s key business groups, including Land, Midstream and Marketing, Business Development, and Upstream operations. The successful candidate will provide advice on a broad range of oil and gas and commercial matters, and contribute his or her expertise on acquisitions and divestitures, and the development and application of corporate policies and procedures.

We are seeking a collaborative and self-starting lawyer who is practical, pragmatic, and customer-service oriented, and brings a minimum of five years of transaction focused oil and gas and commercial law experience gained in a law firm or in-house counsel role in the energy industry. The successful candidate will have strong contract drafting, reviewing and negotiating skills, and the proven ability to analyze and convey complex legal issues in a practical manner that is useful to the business.

To learn more about this exciting opportunity with Paramount, please reach out to Susie Besler at [email protected].

Job Features

Job CategoryLegal

We are excited to partner with our client, Paramount Resources, a leading independent Canadian energy company, in their search for a Senior Legal […]

General Counsel & Corporate Secretary – Global Energy Producer (WR: 693)

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Alberta, Calgary
Posted 10 months ago
Found
This search is for a General Counsel & Corporate Secretary position for a publicly traded global energy producer, operating through acquisition, exploration and development of producing assets located in three separate continents. This individual will be the client’s first-time in-house legal counsel, and be responsible for putting in place the systems, procedures, and processes to oversee the legal affairs of the entire corporation, and provide legal, strategic, and commercial guidance to the executive team and Board of Directors.   Candidates will require a minimum of 15 years of post-call experience in Alberta in corporate commercial and securities legal experience from the upstream oil and gas sector, ideally with in-house leadership roles. They will also bring inclusive team leadership experience as well as corporate secretarial and public company Board experience.   For more information on this opportunity please email your resume to [email protected].

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Job CategoryEnergy

This search is for a General Counsel & Corporate Secretary position for a publicly traded global energy producer, operating through acquisition, exploration and […]

(Senior) Corporate Finance Analyst, Paramount Resources (WR: 682)

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Alberta, Calgary
Posted 10 months ago
Found
Our client, Paramount Resources, an independent, publicly traded, liquids-rich natural gas focused Canadian energy company that explores for and develops both conventional and unconventional petroleum and natural gas, is seeking a (Senior) Corporate Finance Analyst to join their organization.
Reporting to the Director, Corporate Finance, the (Senior) Corporate Finance Analyst is a key member of the finance team. This individual will be a trusted advisor to the Director, Corporate Finance, the Finance & Treasury department, and other teams within the Company.
The (Senior) Corporate Finance Analyst role is varied and fast paced, with a wide range of responsibilities for corporate finance matters including monitoring, evaluation, structuring and execution of capital market and other transactions; maintaining and developing banking relationships; oversight and maintenance of the Company’s credit agreements and ISDA agreements; supporting the Company’s finance-related risk management programs; debt capital markets investor relations activities; and transaction and analytical support.
If you are a results-driven self-starter with at least three years of broad corporate finance experience (banking/investment banking, insurance, and/or treasury experience would be deemed an asset; CFA designation preferred), we want to hear from you!
To learn more about this exciting corporate finance opportunity with Paramount Resources, please reach out to Susie Besler at 403-407-1963 or via email at [email protected]. We look forward to speaking with you soon.
 

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Job CategoryEnergy

Our client, Paramount Resources, an independent, publicly traded, liquids-rich natural gas focused Canadian energy company that explores for and develops both conventional and […]

General Manager – WinSport (WR: 689)

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Alberta, Calgary
Posted 11 months ago
Found
Our client, WinSport, provides programs and facilities that help people of all ages discover, develop and excel at sport and they inspire and activate human potential through the spirit of sport. Money spent at WinSport facilities supports not only Canadian high-performance athletes, but introduces thousands of Calgarians to sport each year.   WinSport is seeking a General Manager who will lead and develop a talented and dynamic team, with integrity, passion and respect. They will play a key role in positioning WinSport at the forefront of Calgary and the Bow Valley’s sports culture by facilitating and assisting in the development of a positive, safe and inclusive environment for all Guests who utilize WinSport facilities. This position will have oversite of guest experience, retail, rental, and outdoor operations, along with all hill attractions for both summer and winter and will be expected to align strategies with company goals and objectives to maximize budget objectives.   The successful candidate will bring 10+ years of experience in an operational-level leadership role with excellent interpersonal skills. They must have a minimum of 5 years direct experience in ski hill operations.   If this sounds like you, please reach out to Kate Spencer at [email protected].

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Job CategoryNot-for-Profit

Our client, WinSport, provides programs and facilities that help people of all ages discover, develop and excel at sport and they inspire and […]

General Counsel & Corporate Secretary – Oil & Gas Operator (WR: 691)

Closed
Alberta
Posted 11 months ago
Found
This search is for a General Counsel & Corporate Secretary position for an intermediate-size oil and gas operator in Canada which is a subsidiary company of a global entity. This individual will lead the legal function for the Canadian company and oversee all legal and regulatory affairs of the business which includes operated, and non-operated assets and joint venture assets. The General Counsel & Corporate Secretary is responsible for leading the company’s legal and regulatory teams to provide advice and oversight on a wide range of corporate and commercial matters including transactions, policy development, legislative developments, regulatory requirements, litigation proceedings, compliance, government relations, and general corporate governance including corporate secretarial duties.   Candidates will require over 12 years of post-call experience in Alberta in corporate commercial legal experience from the upstream oil and gas sector, inclusive team leadership experience, as well as, executive and Board experience.   For more information on this confidential opportunity please email your resume to [email protected].

Job Features

Job CategoryLegal

This search is for a General Counsel & Corporate Secretary position for an intermediate-size oil and gas operator in Canada which is a […]

Senior Legal Counsel, Securities – ATCO (WR: 674)

Closed
Alberta, Calgary
Posted 11 months ago
Found
We have partnered with ATCO Group to add a Senior Legal Counsel, Securities to ATCO’s growing legal team. About ATCO Founded in 1947 from humble beginnings at the kitchen table of a small family bungalow in Calgary, ATCO today is an organization of 6,400 employees with over $23 Billion in assets in over 100 countries. It is comprised of over 160 companies across a number of business lines, which include structures & logistics, utilities, energy infrastructure, retail energy, transportation and commercial real estate. ATCO is a company with purpose – they’re a group of extraordinary people, whose combined strengths can change the world. ATCO is making an impact across the many business areas it serves, whether through being part of the energy transition, its significant global presence, or as a utility in homes and communities across Western Canada. It’s an exciting time to join the ATCO family. The Role Reporting to the Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, the Senior Legal Counsel will have the unique opportunity to be at the ground floor of the development of ATCO’s legal team. This is a broad in-house securities role, and the successful candidate will have the opportunity to engage in complex public issuer transactional work, as well as help manage ATCO’s corporate governance across the business, including for its subsidiaries worldwide, managing external counsel as necessary. What we’re looking for We’re looking for team-oriented and self-starting securities lawyers with at least 6 years of post-call legal experience related to capital markets, M&A and corporate finance. The successful candidate will have excellent contract drafting, reviewing and negotiating skills and will have a track record of leading and executing on a variety of securities and M&A files. To learn more about this exciting opportunity, please reach out to Erin Dand, Client Partner at [email protected].

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Job CategoryLegal

We have partnered with ATCO Group to add a Senior Legal Counsel, Securities to ATCO’s growing legal team. About ATCO Founded in 1947 […]

Legal Counsel, Insurance Claims – Alberta Municipalities (WR: 690) | Alberta Municipalities

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Alberta, Edmonton
Posted 11 months ago
Found
Our client, Alberta Municipalities, represents Alberta’s municipalities where over 85% of Albertans live: summer villages, villages, cities, towns, and specialized municipalities. They provide insurance products and services through a licensed insurance brokerage that is responsible for underwriting, claims management and risk management activities related to all products purchased or accessed by their members.   Alberta Municipalities is seeking a Legal Counsel, Insurance Claims to join their team and act as a strategic member within a team of insurance professionals managing claims, risk management and general insurance services delivery for their members. This individual will work closely with the in-house claims examiners to oversee claims litigation and manage external legal resources for more complex files.   The successful candidate will bring 3-5 years of progressive legal experience in insurance claims management, mediation and litigation and have a thorough knowledge of insurance legislation in Alberta. Imperative to success in this role is the ability to work independently and display strong organizational and project management skills.   If you’re interested in learning more, please reach out to Kate Spencer at [email protected].

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Job CategoryLegal

Our client, Alberta Municipalities, represents Alberta’s municipalities where over 85% of Albertans live: summer villages, villages, cities, towns, and specialized municipalities. They provide insu...

Corporate Legal Counsel – AltaGas (WR: 688)

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Alberta, Calgary
Posted 12 months ago
Found
We have partnered with AltaGas to help them add a collaborative and self-starting corporate/commercial lawyer to their growing legal team. About AltaGas AltaGas is a North American energy infrastructure company with a focus on owning and operating assets that provide clean and affordable energy to their customers. Their team of nearly 3,000 employees helps them to achieve their mission of improving quality of life by safely and reliably connecting customers to affordable sources of energy for today and tomorrow. Natural gas supply, NGL demand fundamentals and the demand for clean energy have consistently underpinned AltaGas’ strategy, as well as the infrastructure they develop. Corporate Legal Counsel Reporting to the Associate General Counsel, the Corporate Legal Counsel will be a legal resource for AltaGas’ Midstream business, as well as for all corporate functions of the global enterprise. This individual may also support the corporate secretarial function from time to time. It’s a great opportunity to be a broad corporate/commercial generalist within a dynamic business. Why Join AltaGas? AltaGas has a team-oriented, tight-knit legal team, with a great corporate culture and competitive pay. They are a high-performing team that values curiosity, serving as a trusted advisor to the business, and doing interesting legal work. The successful candidate can say goodbye to billable hours and business development, and instead learn new corporate/commercial legal areas, see the most interesting aspects of transactions and commercial work, and be part of a collegial team working to deliver value to customers and shareholders alike. There are also ample opportunities to grow within AltaGas long-term, whether within the legal team, or within the broader business. Who We’re Looking For We’re looking for pragmatic, commercially-oriented corporate/commercial lawyers with:
  • At least 4 years of post-call experience, gained at a top tier law firm and/or in-house
  • Experience drafting, negotiating and reviewing commercial agreements relating to the energy industry (and extra points if you also have experience in the midstream sector)
  • Considerable experience with transactions, preferably
If this sounds like you and you’re looking to join a high-performing, collegial in-house legal team, please reach out to Erin Dand, Client Partner at [email protected] for more information.  

Job Features

Job CategoryLegal

We have partnered with AltaGas to help them add a collaborative and self-starting corporate/commercial lawyer to their growing legal team. About AltaGas AltaGas […]

Board Directors – Calgary Housing Company (WR: 687)

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Alberta, Calgary
Posted 1 year ago
Found
We are proud to have recently partnered with Calgary Housing Company (“CHC”) in its search for three new Board Directors. For over 50 years, CHC has provided a safe, affordable place to call home for Calgarians of diverse backgrounds and experiences. Today, over 10,000 Calgarians, including approximately 4,000 children, have a place to call home because of CHC. Over the past few years, CHC has leaned into its vision to become the leading affordable housing provider in Canada through the creation of a purpose driven social enterprise providing affordable housing to those in need. Through the provision of housing and working with over 100 partners, CHC helps contribute to the creation of diverse and inclusive communities that thrive with residents from a variety of backgrounds. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of The City of Calgary (“The City”), CHC is governed by a Board of Directors and works in cooperation with the Government of Alberta and The City of Calgary. With an operating budget of approximately $110M, CHC operates and manages over 7,100 housing units and administers over 3,000 private landlord rent supplements, providing homes for 25,000 citizens. CHC offers a wide range of housing programs including subsidized housing; affordable near market rental housing; and rent supplements for tenants with private landlords. In addition to providing safe and affordable housing, CHC collaborates with not-for-profit, private sector organizations, and government partner agencies to connect residents in their units with support services that foster enhanced self-sufficiency, community integration, and quality of life. The mandate of the Board of Directors is to provide oversight and direction to CHC to deliver, operate and maintain non-profit housing and accommodation in the city of Calgary. Appointment to the CHC Board of Directors is by its shareholder (The City). Board Directors act in a position of trust to govern the delivery of housing and related services to the citizens of Calgary in consultation with key stakeholders and residents. The Board of Directors is seeking three (3) citizen representatives, for recommendation to the Shareholder, to serve on the CHC Board of Directors. CHC seeks to develop a Board whose members possess and demonstrate a strategic combination of personal attributes, expertise, social capital, competencies, and occupational backgrounds so that, collectively, it has access to a broad diversity of experiences, perspectives, knowledge, connections, and skills to carry out its governance, planning, stewardship, and advocacy functions. CHC is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion for service delivery and governance. CHC's Board of Directors serves the needs of Calgary's diverse community and Board composition aims to reflect the diversity of that community. Recruitment and selection for CHC’s Board of Directors will emphasize gender equity, race equity, diversity, and inclusion strategies. CHC welcomes individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to upholding the values of equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism which will assist the organization to expand its capacity for diversity in the broadest sense. As a volunteer Board Director, you will be responsible for actively participating in effective governance of the CHC Board, working with administration to develop long-term strategic plans and providing governance oversight of the management of the business and affairs of the CHC. CHC seeks to maintain a governance Board whose Directors possess a passion for the organization’s Mission, Vision, and Mandate, and the community it serves. Based on the CHC Board's most recent skills matrix review,preference for the three upcoming board appointments in June 2023 will be given to candidates demonstrating expertise in one or more of the following areas: property management/property redevelopment/asset management/new property development; board governance experience in the not-for-profit or public sectors (ICD.D designation is deemed an asset); and strategic leadership experience in organizationally complex environments undergoing transformation. In consideration of the Board’s succession planning, candidates having capacity and an interest in serving a Board leadership role (Chair, Vice Chair, Committee Chair) are preferred. Board Directors terms are for three (3) years and term limits are set at 3 terms. If you are interested in serving on CHC’s Board, kindly forward a cover letter relating the requirements of the foregoing description to your background and a current resume to Susie Besler at [email protected]. In order to meet the required timelines established by CHC’s Search Selection Committee, the submission deadline for applications is Friday, March 24, 2023.

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Job CategoryBoard

We are proud to have recently partnered with Calgary Housing Company (“CHC”) in its search for three new Board Directors. For over 50 […]

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