Job Posting 100558

Board of Directors Coordinator
Community Care Durham
York / Durham area
Whitby, ON
closed 4 days ago (Tue, 9 Apr)
full time  •  Starting at $55,000 annually

 

Full-Time Board of Directors Coordinator

 

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and working directly with the Board of Directors and Senior Management Team, the Board of Directors Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of organization-wide responsibilities, including but not limited to: Governance of the organization; Corporate Calendar of Activities; Policy Custodian, and supporting Accreditation. The Board of Directors Coordinator will assist in the maintenance of an electronic document repository.

 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Coordinating calendars and work schedules, primarily for the Board of Directors and its Committees;
  • Preparing and formatting documents, document maintenance, etc.;
  • Supporting senior management and governance meetings through agenda preparation, document management, and minute taking;
  • Scheduling meetings - coordinating and organizing (locations, food, materials, etc.);
  • Providing support to organizational issues relevant to Management and governance;
  • Maintaining confidentiality when necessary, and practices discretion in carrying out their duties.

Qualifications required:

  • Post-secondary education required in Office Administration, Project Management or equivalent;
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a coordinating role supporting Executive Teams and/or Board of Directors, preferably within non-profit sector;
  • Proven advanced proficiency in MS office applications and desktop publishing;
  • Advanced Proficiency using PowerPoint is required;
  • Must be available and flexible to work a hybrid model including occasional early evenings to support the Board of Directors and meet strict predictable deadlines;
  • Experience working with Digital Archive Maintenance(e.g., SharePoint);
  • Working knowledge of not-for-profit governance and organizational management;
  • Excellent customer service standards with superior teamwork, professionalism, communication, and interpersonal skills;
  • Strong multi-tasking, problem solving, initiative and ability to meet deadlines;
  • Satisfactory Police Vulnerable Sector Check;
  • Must work in a safe manner and promote the health and safety of all staff, volunteers, clients and the community as outlined within CCD policies.

Compensation: Starting at $55,000 annually; three (3) weeks’ vacation per year of work (pro-rated to hours worked); 9 paid (including stat) holidays; 3 float days; health, insurance and pension benefits when eligible.

* Pay will be commensurate based on education and experience.

 

Please apply in writing referencing posting #2023-81 outlining qualifications and experience by 4:00pm on Monday, April 8th, 2024, to

Human Resources, Community Care Durham email:

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