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What is involved: The time commitment involves three to four hours every second month of the year. These are volunteer positions with no financial compensation. Representation from all areas of Wellington County is desired.
Be part of a community organization that provides compassionate care to those in need in Guelph and Wellington County at end of life and bereavement; a vital component of an efficient and patient-focused healthcare system, and in a unique position to change the future of client care in this Province.
• Teach program participants one to one or in small groups basic computer and digital technology skills such as:
o Internet browsing
o Using the mouse and keyboard
o Using and setting up email accounts
o Using and setting up Skype accounts
o Using internet search engines to find information
o Word Processing
o Accessing audio-visual content on websites such as You tube
o Using and setting up Facebook accounts
o Accessing language-specific information (i.e.: newspapers, news sites) online
o Safe web browsing and internet use
• Assist program participants one on one with practicing computer/digital technology skills as per their needs
• Assist staff to deliver short presentations on computer skills and applications to program participants
• Informally assess participants’ learning needs and goals through one to one interaction
• Suggest appropriate techniques and resources to participants that align with their learning needs
• Refer to staff for any concerns, questions, and challenges
1. Finance/Accounting/Audit with CPA Designation
3. Fund Development
Representation from all areas of Wellington County is desired.
What is Involved:
The time commitment for Board Directors is approximately six hours per month, with an additional three hours per month for Board Committee membership. Board positions require a term of three-years, renewable for an additional three years.
• Maintain a warm and welcoming environment where participants are treated with dignity and respect
• Help set up (board) room before the session
• Help set up any equipment required for presentation (laptop, projector)
• Assist staff to prepare materials- photocopying, cutting, sorting
• Arrange promotional materials for display
• Prepare coffee, tea, and refreshments
• Distribute and gather participants’ surveys (if needed)
• Assist staff during the event with set-up and clean-up
• Independently develop and design workshop material;
• Independently deliver and facilitate the workshop(s) to a group of approximately 5-15 women;
• Welcome participants and ensure that they complete a sign-in form upon arrival;
• Maintain a warm and welcoming environment where participants are treated with dignity and respect ;
• Help set up the room before the session, depending on workshop specifications;
• Help set up any equipment required for the presentation;
• Assist with any necessary set-up and clean-up.
The Board of Directors is made up of 7 members who manage the affairs of the Corporation and are responsible for fundamental decisions concerning the development and management of social housing projects. The Directors hold office until the third annual meeting following their appointment or until a successor is appointed; Directors are appointed because of a demonstrated interest in the welfare of their fellow citizens and their community. Once appointed the director must act at all times in the interest of the Corporation and not in their personal interest or in the interests of a group with which they are associated.
Board Members will be responsible to:
- establish, evaluate and carry out the organization’s mission and strategic plan
- oversee and ensure the financial health of the organization
- ensure the organization has competent staff/management to carry out the day to day operations to meet the requirements of tenants, funders and legislation
- direct organizational operations, including policy development and risk management
- maintain effective relations with funders and the community at large.
You are an adult resident of Waterloo Region or Guelph/Wellington County or have this catchment area as your primary place of employment.
You have demonstrated leadership skills and are committed to partnering with the rest of the Board of Directors and the Executive Director to provide excellence in oversight and strategic leadership. An understanding of policy governance models, financial controls, and the non-profit funding context are assets.
The position of Director typically requires 5 hours every two months and entails:
- Reviewing Board meeting materials and attending Board meetings typically held in the evening on the fourth Monday in September, November, January, March & May;
- Attending the Annual General Meeting/Appreciation Event & Board meeting in June; and
- Participating in Board Committee meetings/teleconference calls as needed.
As a member of the Board of Directors, you will have opportunity to provide governing oversight, shaping the future of mentoring in the region, while working with dedicated and engaged colleagues and senior leaders.
This role requires a minimum time commitment of approximately 1.5 hours per month attending board meetings (July-August excluded) and 1.5 hours per month attending committee meetings. Each Board Member is expected to join one of the fundraising event committees, helping to execute the annual gala, bowling event, food truck picnic, golf tournament or the run/marathon event. You may also apply to volunteer directly through the website.