Call for Applications for Director at Large

We currently have the opportunity to expand and further diversify our board of directors.

Call for Applications for Director at Large

Contribute your experience and enthusiasm to the governance and growth of a movement of charity renewal across Canada.

HeroWork is a charity that renovates other charities’ facilities through Radical Renovations – large renovation events akin to a modern-day barn raising. Through our chapters, we train, mentor and empower local community teams to organize and execute Radical Renovations for a wide range of charities impacting vulnerable populations and communities.

The position

HeroWork Canada’s Board of Directors provide leadership and support to the organization by committing to excellent governance and organizational health. The volunteer board is comprised of a team of leaders with a diverse mix of expertise, experience, skills and backgrounds. Geographic, cultural, gender and age diversity that reflects the nature of Canada and the business environment in which HeroWork operates is representation we seek.

We are looking for people with board experience, as well as expertise in the following areas: non-profit leadership, fundraising, and law.

All members of the Board have a passion for volunteering and for making a difference in peoples’ lives.

 

responsibilities

Directors generally meet monthly. Meetings are held on-line, with 3 – 4 meetings in-person annually. Board members are also required to participate in one or more of the following standing committees: Finance & Audit, Governance, Executive. The combination of Board meetings, committee meetings, and related work generally averages 8 – 12 hours/month for each Board member.

 

To Apply:

Interested candidates are invited to apply by completing a Board Application Form (Button Below) and submitting it to the Nominations Committee at: nominations@herowork.com

Applications will be accepted until close of day March 7, 2022.

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