CultureLink Settlement & Community Services is dedicated to facilitating the active participation and integration of newcomers and the broader community, recognizing the interdependence of these groups in our society. We envision a healthy, equitable, inclusive, and welcoming society that works together to engage and integrate newcomers and other community members into Canadian life.
We are seeking a volunteer Board member who shares our vision, with a commitment to the direction of our work, and is reflective of our diverse community. The successful candidate will be passionate about serving the settlement non-profit sector, identify with our mission and values, and will have high ethical standards. Experience with board governance, leadership, corporate partnerships or sponsorships, or employment law is preferred, but not mandatory.
Board members are responsible for the governance of the organization, its strategic direction and the oversight of the organization’s management, risk management, programming and personnel management practices.
Read the Board Governance Opportunity for more information and to apply if you are interested.
CultureLink is committed to diversity, we welcome racialized persons including Black Canadians, persons with disabilities (including invisible and episodic disabilities), persons who identify as LGBTQ2+, and Indigenous peoples to apply for the position.