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Director of Education
An exciting opportunity for a highly collaborative, principled and visionary public-sector senior educator to lead with integrity, strengthen a culture of excellence, inclusion and high expectations for all, and promote the Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board priorities and mission in support of student achievement. We welcome diversity.
Situated in the heart of the beautiful Bay of Quinte region, Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board serves approximately 15,000 students each day at 40 schools. Supporting student achievement is the goal of approximately 1,800 teaching and support staff who, in addition to the contributions of caring volunteers and community partners, share their passion for teaching and learning.
As Director of Education, you welcome the challenge and opportunity of embracing new ideas and adding fresh perspective to the Board, creating a common understanding of purpose, unifying the Board, as well as implementing the 2020-2025 strategic plan to meet the evolving learning needs of HPEDSB's rural and urban communities with a focus on equity. In this key role, you will draw upon your strengths as an advocate for innovation in education, including the effective, proactive use of new and emerging technologies, and your political acumen in championing and embedding leading governance practices by working with, and supporting, the Board of Trustees in an open, transparent and trusted relationship.
As you transition successfully into this high-impact, highly visible role, the Board will rely on you to build trust and credibility with all interested parties with a special focus on engaging the student voice. You will further enhance the HPEDSB culture of inclusion. You will also evaluate and optimize the allocation of resources across the Board to maintain financial stability. You will be a catalyst for the growth of others and will unite and empower the senior leadership team and maximize its contribution to the overall success of the Board.
With a proven track record of results combining Supervisory Officer papers with a Master’s degree and leadership experience working within the public education sector, with demonstrated acumen in financial accountability in a medium to large organization, you are adept at holding yourself and others accountable for actions and deliverables, at building a vision and at executing a strategic plan for an organization.
As Director of Education, your clear commitment to addressing the needs of Indigenous peoples as you enhance student success and well-being will be evident. You will have experience in initiating and championing innovative approaches to addressing educational inequities in Indigenous communities.
A highly collaborative, inclusive decision-maker and a confident servant leader, you are clear, open, responsive and empowering, recognized for your high emotional intelligence, integrity and visibility, and your ability to listen to, engage with, and leverage the diverse perspectives of trustees, educators, support staff, students, parents and community leaders. You are equally known for building staff capacity by providing opportunities and strong mentorship, and for gaining the respect of various stakeholders through empathetic, consistent leadership.
Informed by research and evidence, you are an assured manager of change, able to strengthen, inspire and motivate the senior management team, and build capacity through focused instructional intervention and family engagement. Having worked successfully in diverse communities, both rural and urban, with various stakeholders to enhance student success and well-being, you are highly committed to equity, diversity and inclusion, in addressing the needs of diverse communities, and conversant with effective interventions to eliminate barriers to success.
To be considered for this pivotal mandate with high visibility, accountability and impact, please send your covering letter, resume and professional references with contact information, no later than TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2021 AT 10:00 AM, in confidence to:
Thank you to all applicants for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. This information is collected under the authority of the Education Act, and M.F.I.P.P.A and is used to determine eligibility for employment. In accordance with Ontario Regulation 521/01 Collection of Personal Information, criminal record checks and vulnerable sector screening will be required of all HPEDSB employees who have direct and regular contact with students.
WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Accommodations are available during all phases of the recruiting process.
SUPERINTENDENT / EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Position: Superintendent / Executive Officer of Human Resources
Salary Range: $153,581 – $165,722, including comprehensive vacation and benefit plan
Location: Human Resources, Board Office, 349 Erie Ave, Brantford, ON
Work Schedule: 35 hours/week, 12 months/year
Effective Date: August 1, 2021
The Grand Erie District School Board’s 2,800 employees provide quality education to approximately 26,000 students in 72 schools. The Board spans a geographic area encompassing the City of Brantford and the Counties of Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk.
Reporting to the Director of Education, the position serves as a key member of the senior management team. This position is crucial to attaining the Board’s goals as set out in the multi-year and annual operating plans, through expert leadership in human resources, staffing, labour relations, employment law, recruitment, succession planning, wellness and disability/attendance management. The Superintendent / Executive Officer develops a collegial and collaborative learning and working environment where instructional staff, administrative, support staff and stakeholders fulfill the Grand Erie District School Board’s commitment to every student. The incumbent has 4 direct reports and is responsible for the leadership of a team of approximately 14 human resources staff
- Provides strategic human resources direction and advice to the Director of Education and Executive Council
- Accountable for well-designed and relevant human resources programs
- Introduces and supports human resources best practices
- Establishes Human Resources departmental goals, activities, objectives and policies
- Designs, develops, recommends, and implements strategies to support, improve and strengthen the Human Resources Department and services
- Maintains knowledge of employment legislation, collective agreements, policies and procedures and counsels senior administration, ensuring compliance
- Serves as the Chief Negotiator for the Board. Responsible for grievance, arbitration and contract management
- Develops and manages Human Resources annual department budget
- Oversees employment practices, employee relations, benefits administration, human resources information systems management, regulation compliance
- Models and encourages collaborative problem-solving
- Mentors, leads and develops with an equitable leadership style within the HR Department
- Builds effective stakeholder relationships including collaborative working relationships with bargaining unit executives
- Proven leadership, management, interpersonal and communication skills
- Senior human resources management experience in a complex, multi-union, public sector environment
- Extensive knowledge of human rights principles, particularly as it applies to recruitment, the duty to accommodate and workplace investigations
- CHRP, CHRL or CHRE certification or equivalent, is an asset
- A bachelor’s degree in human resources, industrial relations, business administration or equivalent or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required
- Related post-graduate education is an asset
- Business Supervisory Officer’s Certificate is an asset
- Breadth of knowledge and expertise in all areas of Human Resources
- Understanding of challenges and opportunities that exist in public school board operations in Ontario
- Strong leadership acumen
- Strong desire to serve students, families, schools and staff
- A reputation for innovation and a progressive and collaborative leadership style
- A demonstrated ability to foster positive stakeholder relationships
Applications, along with a complete resume, contact information for 3 references (including current supervisor) must be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 4 pm on May 26, 2021.
Applicants with a disability that requires an accommodation to enable their participation in the interview process should advise the Board when contacted for an interview. Any assessment and selection materials and processes used in the interview process can be made available in an accessible format, upon request in advance.
All new employees are required to provide an original Police Record Check (which includes a “vulnerable sector search”) acceptable to the Board prior to the commencement of employment.
We thank all applicants for their interest but only those considered for interview will be contacted.
With 50 schools, over 22,000 students and more than 3,000 employees, the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board (SMCDSB) is an education community bound together by our beliefs. Our facilities are located in some of the most beautiful natural settings in the province. Our Board encompasses a large and dynamic mixture of urban centers, small towns and rural areas throughout Central Ontario. From Tottenham and Bradford West Gwillimbury to Parry Sound and Huntsville, from Collingwood and Midland to Barrie and Orillia, we are focused on enhancing the educational and spiritual development of our students. We offer excellent programs, resources and supports so that students are provided with every opportunity to reach their future goals and aspirations in a Christ-centered environment. We are a Board that promotes equity and inclusion and as such all aspects of the recruitment process will be conducted in a fair and transparent manner; free from bias, discrimination, nepotism and cronyism
Superintendent of Policy, Finance & Business Services
A member of the senior leadership team and reporting directly to the Director of Education, the Superintendent of Policy, Finance & Business Services maintains direct executive-level responsibility for the following board functions: Policy Development and Management, Budget & Finance, Accounting, Payroll, Information & Communications Technology, Supply Chain, and Risk Management. In addition, you will offer ongoing support to the following entities: Board of Trustees (especially the Audit Committee) and the Barrie Regional Internal Audit. You will act as resource to various committees of the Board as assigned and fulfill any other obligations defined through the Board’s Strategic Plan.
You will oversee the development, review and monitoring of Board policies. You will manage the Board’s financial responsibilities including the development of the annual operating budget of $275M, and present the annual budget to the Board of Trustees for approval. You will supervise the preparation of the Board’s annual financial statements and other financial reports, ensuring timely completion and delivery. You are responsible for the collaborative establishment of business priorities, development of action plans, policies and procedures to ensure the effective and efficient utilization of resources, including materials, capital assets, financial and human resources, as they pertain to students, schools, departments, employees and the Board.
You will develop and build the capabilities of the Business & Finance Team by role-modeling effective team behaviours, demonstrating personal excellence and technical competence, while meeting or exceeding commitments to internal/external customers. The role actively supports effective employee relations within the team and represents the Board at collective bargaining. You will champion training plans and career development opportunities for staff, while gaining their commitment to the mission, vision and values of the Board by creating an innovative learning environment through coaching, development, motivation and monitoring of employee performance. The role must initiate and build positive relationships, both inside and outside SMCDSB, with government officials, community groups, and Board staff, while creating an environment that promotes faith development, ensuring that personal and team behaviours are in keeping with faith principles and Catholic values.
Required Skills and Qualifications:
A university degree in a related discipline including successful achievement and maintenance of professional accounting designation (CPA). You are also required to possess, or be eligible to obtain within a two (2) year timeframe, a Business Supervisory Officer’s Certificate pursuant to Regulation 309 of the Education Act. You must have up-to-date knowledge of legislation, regulations, and reporting requirements as they pertain to the Business & Finance function.
A minimum of five (5) years of related experience in a progressively responsible senior management role, preferably in the education or broader public sector. Proven budgetary and financial accountability skills, and strong business acumen in financial reporting, budget development, and information and communication technology, ensuring that work is completed in accordance with the highest standards.
Excellent leadership, communication, presentation and computer skills are required. Must be able to apply superior interpersonal skills, including proactive conflict resolution and issue-based problem solving techniques. A strong commitment to educational programs and services that respect and uphold the values of Catholic education in Simcoe Muskoka and throughout the province of Ontario.
Interested candidates must forward in confidence, a cover letter (including preferred position), resume and supporting documentation to email@example.com Friday, May 28, 2021 at 4:00pm. Please quote job posting number – 327/20-21 - Superintendent of Policy, Finance & Business Services in the subject line.
Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process upon request. Accommodation queries should be directed to the Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or (705) 722-3555.
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
As a condition of employment, new employees to SMCDSB are required, by legislation,
to submit a satisfactory Criminal Background Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening.
THE BOARD IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Coordinating Superintendent, Human Resources and Equity Services
This is an opportunity for a passionate, innovative, collaborative human resources and equity leader with an understanding of K-12 education and demonstrated strategic skills to lead continuous improvement of all aspects of Human Resources and Equity Services and its programs and practices at one of the largest public school boards in Ontario. This work will be guided by the values of building productive relationships, supporting high levels of employee wellness, a commitment to equity and service excellence. Are you an empowering leader who serves as a catalyst for the growth of your team and guides their work while building capacity? If so, this is an opportunity to help a dedicated and committed Human Resources staff embrace service excellence with schools, other departments, and senior leaders in creating and sustaining positive working and learning environments for all staff, as they strive to create equitable conditions for learning for all students.
The Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) is situated in the heart of Southwestern Ontario. The Board provides a comprehensive educational program for approximately 65,000 students in the Region of Waterloo. With 121 schools and more than 8,500 staff members, the Board is one of the largest public boards of education in Ontario. The Coordinating Superintendent, Human Resources and Equity Services will be dedicated to the success and well-being of all WRDSB staff and students, to the growth and improvement of public education and continued commitment to an organizational culture rooted in human rights and equity. WRDSB is seeking a forward thinker and evidence-based risk taker who is able to navigate ambiguity and forge productive working relationships while mobilizing the efforts of others to realize results. The right candidate is someone who is committed to working in an environment of high accountability and has a strong track record of working successfully to support staff autonomy and continuous professional growth while monitoring outcomes.
As Coordinating Superintendent, Human Resources and Equity Services, you will be responsible for the staffing and human resources functions of the Board including payroll, wellness, and health, safety, and security functions. In this role, you will demonstrate your skills and experience in enacting a strategic, coherent, transparent and accountable approach to Human Resources and Equity Services. The leader assuming this role, through an anti-racist, and anti-oppressive lens, will be vital in building an intentionally inclusive, diverse and positive staff community as they effectively lead staff to embrace their roles as service partners in carrying out their responsibilities. You will review and implement cutting edge, equity-driven hiring practices that work to disrupt and dismantle systemic oppression. You will be adept in supporting capacity building, equipping staff at all levels with the ability to advance student success, community confidence, equity, diversity and inclusion through the delivery of consistent, high quality, responsive and efficient services and professional learning opportunities for teaching and support staff.
Reporting to the Director of Education, you will provide leadership in the strategic planning, development, implementation, evaluation and continuous improvement of all aspects of Human Resources and Equity Services. You will require a high level of understanding of the roles of each member of your team and their daily work and you will guide and lead, delegating as appropriate. Your leadership is rooted in equity, inclusion and anti-oppression and you are familiar with the core leadership competencies of the Ontario Leadership Framework. You will also provide a Human Resources and Equity Services perspective on various strategic matters supporting the Director of Education, members of the Coordinating Council and the Board of Trustees. Candidates will be expected to ensure Human Resources and Equity Services and its programs are in alignment with employment legislation (ESA, OHSA, AODA, Human Rights Code, Education Act, Pay Equity Act, Collective Agreements, Ministry of Education Policy/Program Memorandum (PPM) etc.). You will act in the best interest of WRDSB to mitigate and reduce employment risk or liability and consult with legal advisors and staff on employment matters including investigations, arbitration, mediation, human rights complaints and Labour Board issues.
As the Board’s leader of Human Resources and Equity Services, you will be a key team member of the WRDSB's Coordinating Council and the broader senior team, and as such, contribute to strategic initiatives aimed at achieving the Board’s strategic priorities and operational plan.
You are a champion of service excellence with a proven capacity to serve as an anti-racist and ethical leader and advisor to school leaders, other departments within the Board, and Superintendents. You will promote a shared understanding of equity, anti-racism and anti-oppression making them foundational across the system in all Human Resources and Equity Services work. You are insightful about the relationship between support for staff, performance excellence and the achievement of equity, well-being and student success. Your experience in leveraging and leading Human Resources and Equity Services practices is based on commitment to service excellence and informed, transparent decision-making rooted in collaboration and respect.
human resources position in a school board or multi-union public sector organization. The aligned candidate is committed to working in an environment of high accountability and has a strong track record of successfully supporting staff autonomy and continuous professional growth while monitoring outcomes. The Coordinating Superintendent, Human Resources and Equity Services must be able to work with staff in ways that support teaching and corporate staff in the execution of their duties in the best interests of the success and well-being of all students. In partnership with all school and system leaders, they will actualize the department’s contributions to the achievement of the priorities outlined in the Board’s strategic goals.
A skilled communicator, known for your authenticity and integrity in your current role, you are a leader who is a proactive relationship builder who will encourage coherence in process and implementation across the Department and in the work of Human Resources and Equity Services staff with schools and other departments. You will build and maintain strong working relationships with all labour partners to support effective problem solving and to ensure encouraging and productive working environments for all staff in their efforts to advance student well-being and achievement.
The Coordinating Superintendent, Human Resources and Equity Services will have a Master’s degree, Human Resources certification and at least 5 years of experience as a senior leader with executive responsibilities in a public sector environment. You will also have an in-depth understanding of the mission and purpose of public education and the best practices of evidence based Human Resources services, programs and policies. Supervisory Officer’s Certification is an asset.
To be considered for this position, please send a cover letter and resume by May 31, 2021 to Joan Green at:
Please specify “WRDSB Coordinating Superintendent, Human Resource and Equity Services Application” in the subject line of your email.
The York Catholic District School Board invites applications for the position of:
Director of Education
Serving one of the fastest growing areas in North America, The York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB) operates in the Regional Municipality of York, located in the Greater Toronto Area. With 85 Elementary and 16 Secondary schools across the Region’s nine municipalities, the YCDSB works to support and inspire approximately 53,000 students and their families through an innovative curriculum of Catholic Education rooted in Gospel values.
As one of the top-performing school boards in Ontario, YCDSB’s more than 5,000 dedicated instructional staff are committed to building a strong community of lifelong learners, guided by a commitment to critical thinking, inclusion, and active social responsibility. YCDSB is governed by ten publicly elected trustees and has over 8,000 staff with an annual operating budget of approximately $530 million, making it one of the region’s largest employers.
The Director of Education is a strong Catholic role model who plays a key role in strategic planning, building staff relationships, implementing Board Policies and the day-to-day management of the system.
Ideal candidates will possess:
- A minimum of 10 years of progressive management experience in the education sector with at least 5 years in a senior leadership position.
- A track record of effective business operations and senior management of people, budgets, and policies.
- Demonstrated meaningful leadership and a proven track record in the Catholic values of equity, diversity and inclusion. Specific experience in the areas of anti-racism, anti-Black racism, social justice initiatives, Indigenous education, LGBTQ and related policies, and initiatives.
- Experience working effectively in multi-layered, complex, sizeable organizations.
- Training and demonstrated experience in strategic and long-term planning, organizational development, administrative, financial, and operational planning.
- A collaborative and team-oriented operating style. Proven leadership in the management of professional staff, conflict resolution and problem solving. Experience working in a union environment.
- Proven experience engaging, building, and maintaining strong stakeholder relationships and partnerships with a multiple and diverse community members including parents, students, Trustees, staff, parish community, unions and government.
- Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) registered supporter of Catholic Education.
- An Ontario Supervisory Certificate and Ontario College of Teachers’ certificate in good standing.
Deadline for application: June 1, 2021. Qualified applicants are requested to submit a complete resume and a cover letter of no more than 500 words. Please include four preliminary references, one of which must be a current pastoral reference (references will not be contacted without prior consent). To explore this opportunity in confidence please contact our Executive Search Partner: Kerry Siegel at 416-630-5988 or email@example.com.
Commitment to Equity
YCDSB is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing an environment of diversity and employment equity and is dedicated to creating a workplace culture of inclusiveness that reflects the diverse communities that we serve. We are proud to have built a culture that thrives on idea-sharing and collaboration, always finding ways to continue to create a warm, welcoming and inclusive work environment. We are committed to being an equitable employer, providing an inclusive environment for a diverse workforce, including but not limited to, women, persons with visible and invisible disabilities, Indigenous persons, and ethnic visible minorities.
YCDSB is an equal opportunity employer committed to accommodating the individual needs of candidates with disabilities. Please let us know if you require accommodation due to a disability during any aspect of the recruitment and selection process and we will work with you to address your needs.
Waterloo Region District School Board Director of Education
Are you seeking to lead a highly respected Board forward as its Director, developing and implementing a new Strategic Plan that ensures its continued service to its growing and increasingly diverse communities? Are you committed to strengthening safe and caring environments that ensure student achievement and well-being? Do you lead with determination to dismantle racism and oppressive policies and practices that harm students and create barriers to their success? Are you prepared to enhance learning conditions to elevate student achievement through innovative approaches and collaborations? Is promoting understanding and knowledge of Indigenous ways of knowing central to your leadership practice? If so, the Director of Education role for the Waterloo Region DSB may be the right leadership opportunity for you.
The Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) is situated in the heart of Southwestern Ontario and Canada’s Silicon Valley . The Board provides a comprehensive educational program for approximately 65,000 students in the Region of Waterloo. With 121 schools and more than 8,500 staff members, the Board is one of the largest public boards of education in Ontario.
The current Board of eleven elected Trustees is committed to high expectations and has a focus on inclusive teaching and learning environments that support success and well-being for all students. The new Director of Education will lead efforts to improve student achievement, ensuring the Board continues to demonstrate its commitment to underserved students. As Director, you will build staff capacity and confidence by providing opportunities for growth and strong mentorship, anticipating issues and engaging senior leadership in resolving problems. You will win the respect of students, staff and communities through empathetic, consistent , highly visible leadership and by employing inclusive decision-making strategies. A relationship builder, you will encourage and promote a culture of collaboration across all levels of the Board.
Through your work with Trustees and stakeholders in developing and implementing a new Multi Year Strategic Plan, you will take on the challenge and opportunity of putting in place innovative program initiatives through continuous improvement efforts at both the school and system levels. You will consider the lessons learned from the pandemic to meet the evolving needs of an increasingly diverse student body with a focus on addressing the learning gaps created by COVID. You will be an advocate for mental health, understanding the toll COVID-19 has taken on staff, students, and the community at large.
An outstanding communicator, you will be highly visible and approachable, within the Board, in the larger community and through social media. You will encourage collaborative professionalism as you focus on the needs of both corporate and academic staff as they work together to achieve the Board’s strategic priorities and operational goals. Having previous success in engaging parents and stakeholders in diverse communities with the intent of enhancing student success and well-being, you have a track record of disrupting intersectional oppression and inequity as you effectively address the needs of underserved and underperforming students. You will be open to the insights and perspectives of all communities and equity seeking groups and will champion the dismantling of barriers that result in disproportionate outcomes and opportunities for students as you ensure that the Board’s workforce reflects its richly diverse student body and communities.
You are a servant leader, agile, clear, open, responsive, and empowering, recognized for your invitational leadership, high emotional intelligence, and, most importantly, your capacity to consult, listen and engage with all voices in the Board’s communities, paying attention to those in Indigenous, racialized or socio-economically disadvantaged communities who have been historically marginalized.
Your political acumen will be demonstrated in your support for good governance and reinforced by your in-depth experience working in a transparent and accountable manner with elected or appointed officials.
With a history of success leading in a large complex organization, you will have three years plus of Executive leadership experience. You will hold Supervisory Officer papers.
You are adept at holding yourself and others accountable for actions and deliverables, as well as building a vision for an organization. Your demonstrated prowess in financial stewardship while dealing with complex issues and competing needs and interests will also prove invaluable in this role as the Board navigates a post-pandemic budget.
To be considered for this senior mandate with system-wide impact and responsibility, please send your cover letter and resume, in confidence, specifying the Waterloo Region District School Board Director of Education in the subject line of your email, by June 2, 2021, to:
Joan M. Green & Associates/LBCG c/o firstname.lastname@example.org
Waterloo Region District School Board
The Waterloo Region District School Board is committed to equity in employment. We are committed to fair, transparent and equitable hiring practices that allow us to hire qualified staff who reflect the diversity of the community we serve, who will foster the success and well-being of our students and who demonstrate a commitment to equity and inclusion in the classroom and the workplace.
We actively encourage applications from members of groups with historical and/or current barriers to equity, including, but not limited to:
- First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples, and all other Indigenous peoples;
- members of groups that commonly experience discrimination due to race, ancestry, colour, religion and/or spiritual beliefs, or place of origin;
- persons with visible and/or invisible (physical and/or mental) disabilities;
- persons who identify as women; and
- persons of marginalized sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions.
We will make any appropriate accommodation based on any of the human rights protected grounds, to support candidate participation in the hiring process.
We appreciate the interest of all applicants but will only be interviewing selected candidates based on job specific criteria and only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Waterloo Region District School Board makes the following acknowledgement with respect to Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples:
The WRDSB is committed to ensuring leadership that recognizes the impact of colonialism on society and public systems that have oppressed Indigenous people both on this land and in our school system. The WRDSB is situated on the Haldimand Tract, land that was promised to the Haudenosaunee of the Six Nations of the Grand River, and is within the territory of the Attawandaron, Anishinaabe, and Haudenosaunee peoples. In the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation, we commit to transform our education system, to decolonize our practices and our minds, and to honour Indigenous histories, culture and perspectives, today, and every day, in our systems, our schools, and our community. We cannot have reconciliation without first knowing the truth; the truth about Indigenous and settler history in Canada and the truth about the Education System we lead. Finding leaders dedicated to this work is essential as we continue to do more and do better to see, address and dismantle the systemic racism built on the power and privilege born out of white supremacy and colonialism.
Joan M. Green & Associates/LBCG
We are mindful of the importance of championing diversity amongst candidates. The project team is fluent in current diversity, inclusion, and anti-oppression practices. We are committed to ensuring a respectful and inclusive recruitment process.
Joan M. Green & Associates/LBCG fosters a culture of inclusion. We will make any appropriate accommodation based on any of the protected grounds in the Human Rights Code to support candidate participation in the recruitment and selection process. All candidates will be provided with an understanding of the expectations and requirements of the process, in order to ensure full participation of all qualified candidates.
Together with LBCG, Joan M Green and Associates make the following acknowledgement with respect to Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples:
With humility and in the continuing spirit of being active participants in the reconciliation of Canada and the Indigenous Peoples of the land, we acknowledge that we are working and living on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit River, the Anishnabeg, the Haudenosaunee and the Huron-Wendat, which today is home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. As a firm and individually, we are educating ourselves to know and understand the Truth and participating with Indigenous colleagues to play our part in advancing Reconciliation.