Apply Now to Become a Director of CPS-ECP! Deadline February 28, 2016

Director

 

Feb 9, 2016

The Nominating Committee of Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons (CPS-ECP) is accepting applications for Director’s positions, to be nominated to fill vacancies on The Board of Directors at the 2016 Annual General Meeting. The Nominating Committee is responsible to, and reports to, the CPS-ECP Board of Directors. It is the responsibility of the Nominating Committee to select the best possible candidates to fill positions on the CPS-ECP Board of Directors. 

All candidates applying for nomination as a Director of CPS-ECP are requested to complete and submit the following documentation:

• Director’s Application Form 

• A current resumé or curriculum vitae (c.v.)

• Skills Self-Assessment questionnaire 

• A ‘Statement of Vision’ of your personal short- and long-term future of CPS-ECP.

 The above documents can be found on the CPS-ECP website and are available in hardcopy from our National Office.

All applications must be submitted to the chair of the Nominating Committee by February 28, 2016.

Applications can be submitted electronically to nomcom@cps-ecp.org or in Hardcopy marked ‘Confidential’ to Chair of the Nominating Committee,
Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons,
26 Golden Gate Court,
Toronto ON,
M1P 3A5

 

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