Client Organization: Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada (ADRIC)
Position Title: Executive Director
Location: Remote in Canada
The ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC) is recognized as Canada’s preeminent self-regulatory professional Dispute Resolution organization.
ADRIC sets the standard for best practices for ADR (alternative dispute resolution) in Canada and provides leadership, value and support to our individual and corporate members and to our clients. We provide education and certification, promote ethical standards and professional competency, and advocate for all forms of ADR for public and private disputes.
Access to Dispute Resolution processes such as mediation and arbitration provides families, workplaces, businesses and communities with efficient and effective ways to resolve their disputes without recourse to the Courts and litigation. The demand for ADR is growing in the justice system, in our personal and professional relationships, and in every sector of our economy.
More than twenty-four hundred ADR practitioners across the country belong to ADRIC through Regional Affiliates in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic Provinces.
ADRIC and its seven regional Affiliates collaborate to build greater awareness of ADR, provide more accessible resolution options and ensure the availability of certified ADR professionals through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director of ADRIC will provide exceptional leadership of ADRIC. Committed to the principles of ADR and its opportunity for society-wide impact, the Executive Director will bring a leadership approach that is strong in communication, collaboration, and relationship-building.
The Executive Director will manage programs and services, financial resources, and staff and volunteer resources consistent with ADRIC’s Vision, Mission and Values. They will hold a key leadership position in the organization, and will play a critical role in implementing ADRIC’s strategic vision, and seeing the organization through its next stage of growth. The Executive Director will develop strong relationships with the Affiliates and build harmony within the Federation.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCES
ADRIC is seeking an Executive Director who is:
The ideal candidate will bring the requisite leadership capability to lead ADRIC in the development, communication and implementation of strategy and plans to achieve the organization’s mission and goals. This includes:
ADRIC is an inclusive employer. Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code. We thank everyone who applies; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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