Role: Board members
Type: board of directors (unpaid/ volunteer)
Organization: HUB Cycling
Location: Metro Vancouver, BC
Oversee specific areas of the organization via work on Board Committees (Regional Advisory; Operations; Board Development), and support local committees that deal with issues specific to each Metro Vancouver municipality by attending different local committee meetings from time to time. All Directors are actively involved in at least one Board Committee; attendance at two is encouraged to cover Board duties. Board Meetings are chaired by the President or VP in case of the President's absence.
Collective Board Skills Required:
Finance, fundraising, operations management, business skills, non-profit/charity governance, IT governance, organizational development, legal, knowledge of the cycling community, cycling advocacy, leading change, marketing, communications, member/stakeholder engagement, human resource management.
Skills & Experience Sought for 2022 Board:
The HUB Cycling Board of Directors welcomes anyone to apply for the board of directors. We are particularly looking for people with the following skills and experiences:
To help drive business success in this rapidly changing, digital world, we need guidance from capable experts and passionate people who share HUB’s values – people who collectively have the desired criteria based on the Board’s required skills in the coming years. These needs are determined by an assessment of the current Board composite.
In keeping with the organization’s bylaws, the Board must indicate to members which election candidates most closely fulfill the Board’s identified needs.
The Board will be able to indicate to members the candidates who would be best equipped to contribute to the overall composition and abilities of the Board most effectively. Members, however, will be able to choose between all eligible candidates on the ballot.
Diversity and Inclusion:
We particularly encourage candidates from Metro Vancouver municipalities outside Vancouver itself - although Vancouver candidates are also welcome.
We strive to further diversify the Board through a wide range of ethnicities, ages, genders, and backgrounds. HUB Cycling is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive organization and to working with people and communities to support them to thrive and prosper. Diversity is integral to this commitment. Diversity among our members, volunteers, staff and Board of Directors allows us to better understand, connect to, and respond to the needs of HUB members and communities.
Please learn more about HUB’s Diversity Policy: bikehub.ca/diversity
Regular Board Meetings:
2nd Wednesday of each month, 6:30-9:00 pm. Please ensure you are generally available to meet at this time in person or via teleconferencing.
Board Directors spend a minimum of 10 hours per month on HUB Cycling work, including:
Committees generally meet on a monthly basis. During Bike to Work Week and other events, Board members may participate in additional events. Depending on the individual level of involvement and commitment, this time may increase. It is also recommended that Board Directors visit (or regularly attend) a Local Advocacy Committee meeting in their municipality and/or adjoining municipalities.
Roles and Responsibilities of the Board:
The HUB Board of Directors is a Working Board and a Governance/ Policy Board. In addition to setting policies and approving the annual budget, the Board sets short- and long-term goals for the Society, guides the Society’s programs and services, ensures funding is secured, oversees the Society’s human resources through the placement and overview of the Executive Director, and directs communications with external stakeholders.
Responsibilities of the Board Jointly:
Responsibilities of Individual Board Members:
Board of Directors’ Liability:
A Board of Directors is the legal entity for a non-profit organization. Board members are legally responsible for the activities of the Board. HUB maintains a comprehensive insurance policy with a $5 million limit for commercial general liability (including directors) and a $2 million limit for other director liability. For more general information, one resource is the Volunteer Canada paper entitled Directors’ Liability: A Discussion Paper on Legal Liability, Risk Management and the Role Of Directors in Non-Profit Organizations
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: May 16 2022 ID: 64463