Monday, March 20, 2017
City of Prince Rupert seeks Board representatives for Community groups
With the City of Prince Rupert opening the application process for three positions on the Boards of community groups, featuring an opportunity to become involved in a major tourist attraction for the region, serve the public library in the community or take on the challenges of watching over the city's aviation options in the region.
Last week the City put out the call for names for those interested in serving terms on the following local organizations.
Port Edward Historical Society Board
One opening, starting immediately
You can find out more about the Port Edward Historical society's main focus here.
Library Board Trustees
2 openings, commencing June of 2017
Further notes on Library activities can be reviewed here.
Airport Society Board
4 positions open, starting April of 2017
The range of items related to the city's airport operations can be examined here.
Those with an interest in serving as the City's voice on the Boards have until March 28th to deliver their written application which describes the skills and experience that they could bring to the positions of interest.
With this call for volunteers, the City has also expanded the background information related to how they make appointments to Board positions.
The City appoints to our committees on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to equity and diversity in our community. We especially welcome applications from visible minority group members, women, First Nations persons, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientation and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.
Should one of the three current Board opportunities be of interest, you can direct your application and any questions related to participation in the Boards to the City's Corporate Administration Office.
The office is on the Second Floor of City Hall, the phone number is 627-0934 and to reach them by email use email@example.com
More notes related to City Council and City hall initiatives can be found on our Council Discussion Archive page here.
Cross posted from the North Coast Review