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About the Position
Position: 2675 - Board of Directors - Human Resources Chair
Organization: Small Arms Society
Position Address: 1352 Lakeshore Road East, Mississauga, ON, Canada
Location: Mississauga
Accessibility: Partially Accessible Workspace, Wheelchair accessible washroom, Wheelchair Accessible Parking
Ideal for: Individual
Description
The Human Resources Chair will assist the Small Arms Society (SAS) with Human Resource (HR) management, including recruitment, orientation, retention, oversight, recognition and evaluation of employees to ensure programs and activities are adequately supported and sustainable. The Human Resources Chair oversees and advises the SAS Board on all human resources matters and is responsible for:
- Aligning human resources policies with Small Arms Society’s vision, mission, goals, policies and procedures
- Work in conjunction with other SAS Management Committee Chairs and program teams to identify Human Resource needs, develop job descriptions, and assist in the recruitment of Human Resources for these activities
- Provide monthly and annual Human Resource Committee reports, including policy and procedural changes for approval by the SAS Board
- Review and revise appropriate forms for the recruitment, orientation, and assessment of employees
- Support the President and the Board's executive committee on all HR-related matters

>>> Volunteers who have created a 'profile' through Volunteer MBC are encouraged to upload a resume into your 'profile', then click the yellow box 'Apply Now!' (above/below) to send your contact information and resume confidentially to the SAS. Thank you.

Goal
The Small Arms Inspection Building (SAIB), located in the Lakeview community of Mississauga, owned/operated by the City, is a compelling, light-filled WWII heritage building with an essential connection to parkland, conservation lands, the waterfront, trails, and neighbourhood. This historical and cultural landmark was saved from intended demolition through the efforts of the 'Small Arms Society' (SAS), a non-profit, community-driven organization that continues to preserve and offer the building for multiple cultural uses.

SAS seeks a Human Resources (HR) professional to serve on our Board of Directors and within the organization, assuming the role of 'Human Resources Chair'. This is a unique leadership opportunity in the local volunteer sector, tied into heritage and arts & culture, that the SAS offers as we continue to grow.

The SAS Human Resources Chair is an executive and voting member of the SAS Board of Directors and appointed in a manner consistent with the bylaws of the organization. SAS's Human Resources Chair works collaboratively with the SAS President, the Executive Committee, the Board of Directors, volunteers, and staff to support the SAS Board in achieving its human resources governance and fiduciary responsibilities.

Benefits
+ Unique opportunity to assume a leadership role
+ Network with our dedicated volunteers, staff, stakeholders (supporters, including the City of Mississauga)
+ Through the SAS, by volunteering, raise your personal and professional profile in your local community
+ Define your role in collaboration with a capable, dedicated Board of Directors, staff, and volunteers, as a key team player
+ Share your talent, expertise, and experience to build our capacity, plus experience personal and professional growth (add to your background in HR)

Position Qualifications
● Availability to serve a 2-year term on our Board of Directors
● Prior professional training/experience in the 'Human Resources' (HR) field
● Volunteering experience is also welcome, preferably in a leadership capacity, with an awareness of how the volunteer sector works
● Solid English communication skills
● Collaborative, able to volunteer and provide inspiring leadership within a dynamic team in ongoing development/implementation of HR policies and management

Min Age: 25    Police Check: No

Time Commitment
Duration:Long Term (More than 6 months)
Monday Afternoon, Monday Evening, Anytime
FLEXIBLE
PRIMARILY, MONTHLY meetings of the Board of Directors - Board meets 2nd Monday of each month
Possible committee meetings
Attendance at Events/Promotions

Training
Orientation will be provided, with the successful applicant bringing the required skills and experience to our Board and organization.

Area(s) of Interest: Environment, Arts & Crafts, Culture & Heritage, Education & Learning, Boards & Committees, Music/Theatre, Program Coordination, Research/Evaluation, Volunteer Coordination
How to Contact
Send an Email Message
Social Media
http://www.smallarmsbuilding.ca
https://www.facebook.com/smallarmssociety/
http://@S_A_Society
http://Small Arms Society


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