Make a difference: serve on a board or committee
Board and committee members provide advice on issues that are important to the County. The boards and committees are diverse, independent and impartial. They are made up of dedicated volunteers from across the County with varied skills, backgrounds and experience.
The application period is now closed for the fall recruitment.
We thank all applicants for their interest in serving on boards and committees.
Future opportunities will be advertised on this page.
|Accessibility Advisory Committee|
|Agricultural Service Board|
|Art Collection Advisory Committee|
|Community Living Advisory Committee|
|Economic Development and Tourism Advisory Committee|
|Social Framework Community Grants Advisory Committee|
|Strathcona County Library Board|
|Strathcona County R.C.M.P. Community Advisory Committee|
|Strathcona Youth Justice Committee|
|Subdivision and Development Appeal Board|
|Youth Advisory Committee|
Frequently asked questions
The Governance Advisory Committee, which includes several members of Council, is responsible for reviewing all applications and conducting candidate interviews for boards and committees. This Committee makes recommendations to County Council. Council appoints or recommends, as applicable, the most qualified individuals in accordance with the terms of reference of the boards and committees as well as the County’s Boards and Committees bylaw where applicable. All candidates are contacted following the conclusion of the recruitment process.
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Strathcona County appreciates the interest of all applicants. If you applied for a position but were not selected for an appointment, please note that all applications received will be kept until the start of the next recruitment period and will be considered throughout the ensuing year if vacancies arise.
When are members selected?
The current recruitment period closes on September 23, 2019. Typically, appointments will be made by Council in late November and notification to all applicants will follow immediately thereafter.
In most cases, public members must be residents of Strathcona County unless otherwise stated in the board or committee’s terms of reference. If you are interested in applying, please review the specific board or committee’s mandate, eligibility requirements, and time commitment which can be viewed by selecting the board or committee from the List of Boards and Committees page.
Strathcona County is looking for:
- Individuals with a desire to give back to the community
- Individuals with specific expertise relevant to the qualifications a specific board or committee may be looking for
- Individuals with time available to commit to membership
Contact: Brenda Macdonald