Call for nominations to I·SPARC’s Board of Directors
As a volunteer directed Society, the Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council (I·SPARC) has a variety of individuals who possess a range lived experiences and business skill sets serving on its board.
We are currently seeking to fill a vacancy for a Métis Director who reflect our values, priorities and is responsive to our mission: to build programs and services that positively impact the health and well-being of Indigenous individuals, families, and communities throughout British Columbia.
Candidates for this position should have ties to a Métis Chartered Community in B.C., knowledgeable in Métis history, community issues and priorities, and extensive experience in organizational governance.
Board of Directors Recruitment Philosophy
Equity and Diversity – inclusive ofFirst Nations (those who reside on and off reserve), Métis, and Inuit, who brining urban and rural/remote perspectives from across British Columbia.
Strategic Thinking — Thought leaders who are focused on high level, long-range, strategic issues
Proven Performers — Demonstrate knowledge through contribution to community and the sector(s)
Commitment — Serving I·SPARC is an honour, but it also requires a commitment of time and dedication to the Society’s mission, vision, and goals
Collaboration — Well developed interpersonal and communication skills are essential in board service, including an ability to listen, analyze, and assess situations and act responsibly as a member of a unified, collegial board
Sound Judgment and Integrity — Exercise powers in the interest of the organization, maintaining a high degree of confidentiality and free from conflicts of interests.
How to Apply:
Please complete the application available on the following link:
DEADLINE: 11:30 pm, Friday, November 4, 2022
Questions about this Board position or I·SPARC may be directed to:
I·SPARC General Manager