Executive Director

Posted on May 8, 2023. Primary Region: Westman Region, MB

Executive Director – Assiniboine Community College Students’ Association

- Attend the Students’ Association Council (SAC) meetings and ensure meeting minutes are adequately recorded.
- Work with the SAC to ensure strategic planning takes place each year, to continue to achieve the mission and vision of the organization.
- Abide by the ACCSA Bylaws and all other governing documentation and provide recommendations on updates as required.
- Ensure adequate staffing and resources are allocated for the delivery of the ACCSA’s service portfolios, including Advocacy Services, Clubs Program, Health & Dental Plan, etc.
- Provides mentorship to staff, while supporting overall portfolios & platforms to ensure objectives and goals are met.
- Partner with community stakeholders as need to ensure the effective delivery of programs and services for the students of Assiniboine Community College.
- Hire, train, schedule, supervise, evaluate, and discipline all staff in a manner consistent with the mission, policies, and procedures of the ACCSA, as well as with related legislation and employment standard.
- Oversees the implementation of all human resources policies, procedures, and practices.
- In conjunction with the SAC and its procedures, prepare an annual fiscal budget for the ACCSA.
- Ensure bank and credit card reconciliations are completed in a timely and transparent manner.
- Create regular financial reports for the SAC in an accessible manner.
- Forge and maintain strong relations of trust with shareholders, partners, and external authorities.
- Act as the public speaker and public relations representative of the company in ways that strengthen its profile.

- Minimum bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline such as business management, human resources, or leadership, or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
- Strong technical skills, and an aptitude to learn more efficient ways to accomplish tasks.
- A strong understanding of legal and fiduciary responsibility within a non-profit organization
- Experience working with a diverse board of directors. Previous experience within a student association is considered an asset.
- Ability to train and mentor staff members on a wide variety of subject areas.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office, some understanding of bookkeeping and QuickBooks
- Proven managerial skills with the ability to manage a diverse portfolio of service and business centers.
- Financial experience related to bank and credit card reconciliation, and long-term fiscal budgeting.

To apply for this opportunity, please send your cover letter and resume to Lora at West-Can HR, Lora@wchrs.com For more information about this position, or for a detailed job description, call our office at 204-727-0008.
Only the applicants who are selected for further consideration will be contacted. We thank all jobseekers for their interest and potential application.

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2. We contact qualified individuals that are part of our Jobseeker Network to share the opportunity with them.
3. If selected, you will meet with the Lead Recruiter so we can learn more about you, your work experience, skills, and qualifications.
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Brandon, MB

Job type: Full-time

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Contact Information

West-Can Human Resource Solutions
Phone: 204-727-0008