Help recruit candidates for the next AIBC Council election – join the Council Recruitment Task Force
The AIBC is seeking three members-at-large, who are past council members or liaisons, to serve on the Council Recruitment Task Force (PDF). This short-term volunteer opportunity will take place between October 2019 and March 2020. Attendance at an orientation session being held Tuesday, November 5 (2–4 p.m.) is required.
Members of the Task Force will use their ability to network with a wide range of Architects AIBC to promote the unique opportunity to serve on AIBC Council. The Task Force will actively seek and recruit candidates to participate in the 2020 council election nomination process.
The new Task Force has been created to ensure autonomy of the candidate recruitment and evaluation processes; the work of recruiting council candidates has been transferred from the Nominations Review Committee to the Task Force.
The Task Force plays a pivotal role in promoting registrant involvement in self-governance, thereby contributing to AIBC Council delivering on the Institute’s mandate.
- Participate in orientation training;
- Recruit potential candidates for council;
- Support potential candidates to be well-versed and participate in all of the required call for nominations processes; and,
- Deliver a roster of at least 6 potential council candidates for review by the Nominations Review Committee.
Volunteer Profile Requirements:
- Be an Architect AIBC or Retired Architect AIBC in good standing;
- Have an appreciation and understanding of AIBC’s core regulatory mandate;
- Have served as an AIBC Council member, with an associated understanding of the policy governance model; and,
- Articulate a willingness to satisfy the specific assignments of the Task Force (see section 2.0 of the Terms of Reference).
- October 2019 to March 2020
- Attending an orientation session (Tuesday, November 5, from 2–4.p.m.) will be required. After completion of the session, most Task Force work will take place based on the availability of the members to independently satisfy the Task Force responsibilities.
- Contribute towards the governance of the profession and AIBC Council;
- Eligible for Non-core Learning Unit credit; and,
- Task Force orientation and any required meetings will take place at the AIBC, with catering and parking provided. Remote attendance electronically or by teleconference is an option.
To get involved, please submit a written Expression of Interest outlining your interest in the Task Force and how you meet each of the requirements listed under Volunteer Profile Requirements above, to: Michaela Bogart, Human Resources Specialist, at email@example.com on or before 12 p.m., Monday, September 30, 2019.