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Board of Directors Application and Nomination Form

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Veterinarians without Borders / Vétérinaires sans frontières (VWB/VSF)’s mission is to work for, and with, communities in need to foster the health of animals, people, and the ecosystems that sustain us.

We seek a world where communities have the capacity to:

  1. Produce, market, and consume their food in a sustainable, equitable, and safe manner;
  2. Balance the threats posed by emerging diseases with their social and cultural values;
  3. Develop solutions to health threats that respect local culture, animal welfare, and natural ecology;
  4. Build successful local and international partnerships that promote and protect the health of people, animals, and the ecosystems that sustain them; and
  5. Respond effectively to the challenges posed by environmental, climatic and socio-economic change.

 

VWB/VSF Canada’s Board is comprised of a minimum of 3 directors and a maximum of 15 directors. Directors must support the Mission of the organization, be at least 18 years of age, and have the ability to enter into legal contracts. The membership of the Board is public information and is disclosed in the Annual Report and other means. The Board constitutes the Membership of VWB/VSF Canada as a corporate entity, which convenes at least once a year to conduct the specific business of the Annual General Meeting.

Directors serve in their individual, independent and voluntary capacity – they may not represent or otherwise act on behalf of another entity in their role as a Director of VWB/VSF Canada, may not be a staff member, and may not be remunerated for their work on the Board. Membership in the Board is incompatible with a senior position in a political party or with elected office in the national, provincial, territorial administrative, policy-making or legislative bodies of Canada.

VWB/VSF Canada recruits its Board nationally and seeks to bring together an optimal blend of the highest level of skills and the highest level of diversity. Directors are recruited primarily on the basis of their skills and ability to provide for the governance and strategic needs of the organization. In addition, while we do not use quotas in the composition of our Board membership or leadership, we do seek to ensure gender balance and cultural diversity, and to reflect the different regions and Official Languages of Canada.

Directors are normally elected for a term of three years. A Director may be elected to a maximum of three consecutive terms.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Board of Directors of Veterinarians without Borders / Vétérinaires sans frontières, send a CV and completed application and nomination form via email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Board of Directors Application

 

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Board of Directors of Veterinarians without Borders / Vétérinaires sans Frontières, send a completed application, resume and nomination form via email to:

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PART 1: APPLICATION

Contact Information

Name:         

 

Address:                     

Home Phone:                                                        Work Phone:             

Email:      

Occupation:           

1.      Why do you want to serve on the VWB/VSF Board of Directors?

     

  1. Have you previously served, or are you currently serving, on other nonprofit boards? Please elaborate.

     

  1. What motivates you as a volunteer?

     

 

  1. Please describe your management and/or leadership experience, and any specific skills, experience, or background that you would bring to the VWB/VSF Board.

     

  1. As you think about the primary board roles —ambassador, advocate, and asker—in which role(s) do you think you will want to be most active?

     

  1. Do you have anything you’d like to add?

     

Sector(s) you have experience with

Business/Corporate                                      

Education                                                        

Government                                                   

Private vet practice                                       

Academia                                                        

Legal                                                                

Financial                                                          

Media                                                               

International development                         

Nonprofit                                                        

Other (please describe)                                      

Areas of Expertise

Evaluation                                                       

Gender                                                             

Legal                                                                

Human Resources                                         

Fundraising                                                     

Financial                                                          

Public Relations                                             

Marketing                                                       

Communications/Social Media                  

Event Planning                                               

Specific Issues areas (describe)                        

PART 2: NOMINATION

 

We, the undersigned, are members in good standing of VWB/VSF, and hereby nominate

 

NAME: ……………………………………………………   as a candidate for election to the VWB/VSF Board of Directors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signature

Please print name

Signature

Please print name

PART 3: ACCEPTANCE OF NOMINATION

I, ………………………………………………………… (nominee) hereby accept this nomination and declare that I am available and willing to serve as an active and committed member of the VWB/VSF Board. If elected, I agree to fulfill, to the best of my ability, the duties of this office. I confirm that I am a VWB/VSF member in good standing.

I enclose my curriculum vitae and application form and I confirm the correctness of the information presented.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signature

Date

 

Appendix: Definitions/descriptions for categories of the VWB-VSF Skills Matrix

Matrix category

 

Definition/description

Governance

3 years experience on a Board of Directors; or

2 years experience Chair of a board or board committee; or

2 years in a senior leadership role of an association or company (President, vice president, secretary)

Risk Management

2 years or more experience or in a risk management role or other demonstrated working knowledge of risk management practices.  

Legal

2+ years of legal training or studies or related work/volunteer experience in legal affairs related to the non-profit sector.

Audit / Financial

Experience in the financial oversight of an organization or large project, particularly in the nonprofit sector,

Organizational financial literacy and an ability to interpret financial documents and advise on financial matters.

Overseas Project Management

3 years experience managing or coordinating overseas projects.

Senior Government experience

3 years experience at a senior level in federal, provincial, territorial, or municipal government.

Private Sector experience

3+ years experience working in the private sector (in a company/corporation) and ability to engage with the private sector.

Fundraising / Donor relations

2 years professional or volunteer experience in fundraising or donor relations, or experience with capital campaigns, or planned giving,

has raised or stewarded relations resulting in significant contributions.

International Volunteer

Experience as an international volunteer, or experience managing/supervising international volunteers or interns

Ethics

Practical or professional experience in ethics, particularly in relation to international development and international volunteering (power relations between international volunteers and communities; codes of conduct; conflict of interest etc). Experience with research ethics an asset.

EcoHealth

Experience (2+ years) applying integrated approaches to health that work towards addressing the interconnectedness of human, animal and environmental health; expertise with one or more of the following principles (ways of thinking and/or practical experience) is an asset: systems thinking, transdisciplinarity, participation, knowledge to action, ecosystem sustainability, and/or social and gender equality.

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Job Posting -- Executive Director, VWB/VSF

420 -700 Industrial Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario Job Posting: Executive Director
Canada K1G 0Y9
ph: 613-857-0521
web: www.vetswithoutborders.ca
Position

 Position title: Executive Director

Location: Ottawa (currently working remotely), will require travel within Canada and internationally for up to 25 days a year when it is safe to do so.
Reports to: Board of Directors
Salary: Negotiable based on experience and expertise.
Term: full-time, 2-year term (renewable based on performance and funding)
Application deadline: March 26, 2021. Interviews will be scheduled in the first week of April 2021.
Anticipated Start date: May 1, 2021
Languages: English and French fluency desired

Position Overview: Veterinarians without Borders/ Vétérinaires sans Frontières is seeking a proven leader with extensive knowledge of the animal and community health domains. Our ideal candidate possesses exemplary communication skills, and a leadership approach that is collaborative, respectful, and inclusive. A demonstrated history of leading through innovation, creativity, and sensitivity is required. You will be responsible for upholding and promoting a workplace culture that embodies the mission, vision, and values that define our organization. Your financial management experience is extensive and must include a deep understanding of cash-flow planning, budget development, and experience working with staff to ensure financial controls are in place and adhered to. A passion for fostering the health of animals, people, and the environments that sustain us is a prerequisite to success.

About Veterinarians without Borders/ Vétérinaires sans Frontières (VWB/VSF) – Canada: VWB/VSF is a charitable, humanitarian organization, founded in 2005. Our mission is to work for, and with, those in need to foster the health of animals, people, and the environments that sustain us. Our organization engages in activities around the world related to the health of farm animals, domestic animals, and wildlife, as well as public and ecosystem health. See www.vetswithoutborders.ca for more details.

VWB/VSF has identified unique areas of expertise in One Health, gender and climate change where the organization can improve this impact. Essential to this approach is leveraging volunteer and expert networks in Canada and overseas as well as our VSF International partnerships to mobilize resources toward implementing development projects. VWB/VSF’s 2020-2025 strategic plan aims to enhance the organization’s work through four strategic directions:

1. Improve the lives of people in vulnerable/marginalized communities, including those in crisis, by delivering effective programs using a One Health approach that address contextual challenges, especially gender equality and climate change.

2. Progress from a pilot project to a Canadian Program operating successfully in several northern communities.

3. Strengthen financial sustainability through revenue growth and diversification in order to enhance capacity for core functions and allocation of adequate resources for business development.

4. Enhance visibility among the Canadian veterinary and animal health communities, the general public, government entities and local and international NGOs.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for VWB/VSF’s staff and network responsibilities including raising institutional and private funds, accelerating the recruitment of Canadians for the field, and providing oversight and guidance to global and national programs run by VWB/VSF. Specifically, the ED will be responsible for ensuring that VWB/VSF’s financial, operations, fundraising, marketing, human resources and infrastructure strategies are effectively implemented across all areas of the organization. The candidate will have considerable experience in leading organizational growth, financial management of international NGOs, and in public relations. The ideal candidate will have a comprehensive understanding of, and experience within, the development sector and be able to confidently articulate VWB/VSF’s role and mission in a compelling manner.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Leadership and Management • Actively participate in the development and assume responsibility for the implementation of the overall strategic direction of VWB/VSF in accordance with the vision, mission, values, strategic direction and goals set by the Board of Directors; • Draft policies for the approval of the Board and prepare procedures to implement the organizational policies; • Review existing policies on an annual basis and recommend changes to the Board as appropriate; • Act as a professional advisor to the Board of Directors on all aspects of VWB/VSF activities, on issues and concerns internal to the organization, and on trends and emerging issues in the external environment; • Serve on relevant committees; seek and build active Board participation in, and support for, the achievement of financial performance, program and fundraising goals; • Ensure the ongoing and consistent quality and delivery of finance, administration, programs, fundraising and human resources functions; ensuring the budget, staff and priorities are aligned to achieve strategic goals; • Ensure effective systems to regularly evaluate organizational progress against goals; • Lead, coach, develop and retain a high performance staff team; and • Actively engage and motivate staff, volunteers, board members, committees, alumni and funders. Resource Development and Communications • Formulate and execute comprehensive marketing, branding and development strategies that will ensure consistency in VWB/VSF positioning, garner attention and support for national and global activities and priorities and enhance revenue from major donors, foundations, government agencies and corporations; • Coordinate and collaborate with the Board of Directors and external partners to execute activities related to the organization's Northern Program, promoting animal health in northern Canada; • Strengthen and grow relationships with all relevant government agencies; • Lead the development of new business opportunities with current and new institutional donors, to support the expansion of VWB/VSF international programming; • Identify and cultivate new partnerships for VWB/VSF across the Canadian private sector, NGOs, and academic institutions; • Ensure that VWB/VSF’s donor tracking and stewardship systems are effective and meeting the needs of the organization, the staff that use these systems and VWB/VSF’s supporters; • Deepen and refine all aspects of communications – from online to external relations; and • Function in a leadership, professional capacity with respect to media relations representing VWB/VSF as the main Spokesperson. Infrastructure and Operations • Oversee the financial status of the organization, monitoring the organization’s overall budget as well as program budgets; set financial priorities accurately to ensure the

organization is operating in a manner that supports organizational goals and meets requirements of funding agencies; • Ensure that operational policies and practices are developed and in-place. Qualifications • Master’s degree in International Development or a related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience; • Five to ten years of experience in a senior role in a similar organization; • A strong grasp of the social, economic, political and cultural realities pertaining to the international development sector and global animal health; • Ability and confidence to act as the head spokesperson and represent VWB/VSF in a variety of settings; • Safety & security awareness and expertise, including willingness to travel to fragile contexts; • Demonstrated track record of securing resources from institutional and other donors for international development initiatives; • Knowledge of and experience working in developing country contexts, preferably in some of VWB/VSF’s countries of programming; • Demonstrated experience in cultivating and maintaining relationships with Global Affairs Canada and other donors and stakeholders; • Superior oral and written communication skills: clear, concise, persuasive writing style; • Sound understanding of gender and development issues, and commitment to gender equality; • Strong capacity for strategic analysis and representation, including working with networks and developing partnerships; • Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated capacity to work in partnership in a cross-cultural context; • Demonstrated ability for financial oversight in a leadership capacity; • Extensive knowledge of Canadian laws and regulations with respect to employment and charity management; • Understanding of major donor fundraising trends and channels both nationally and internationally; • Fluency in both official languages would be highly desired; • Demonstrated ability to effectively lead and supervise staff. • Willingness to travel to fragile contexts if needed while being aware of safety and security measures.

Remuneration

VWB/VSF offers a competitive salary with a comprehensive benefits package and is committed to equity, inclusion, and diversity in its selection process. We encourage applications from women, racialized communities, indigenous, and other minorities.

How to apply: To apply, submit a cover letter and detailed resume clearly explaining how your skills and experience meet the expectations of the position description. Please submit your application to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">.  Please write “Executive Director” in the subject line of the email. VWB/VSF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce and encourages qualified candidates of all gender identities and from all national, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to join our organization. Application deadline: position will remain vacant until a suitable candidate is identified.

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Job Posting -- Finance and Administration Officer VWB/VSF

420 -700 Industrial Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario Job Posting: Executive Director
Canada K1G 0Y9
ph: 613-857-0521
web: www.vetswithoutborders.ca
Position

Position title: Finance and Administration Officer

Location: Ottawa, Ontario (currently working remotely)
Reports to: Finance and Administration Director
Salary: Negotiable based on experience and expertise.
Term: full-time, 2-year term (renewable based on performance and funding)
Application deadline: July 15, 2021 
Anticipated Start date: as soon as possible 
Position Overview: 

VWB/VSF is presently seeking a Finance and Administration Officer to join our team. The successful candidate will be engaged in financial support, donor database management and day-to-day accounting of VWB/VSF and its Canadian and international projects. Over the next six years (April 1, 2021 to December 31, 2027), Canadian volunteers will work with partners in Ghana, Kenya, Senegal, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam to help create integrated animal health systems. In this fast-paced work environment, the individual will require exceptional time management and organizational skills, be self-sufficient, and able to think quickly on his/her feet. S/he must be able to consistently project an enthusiastic, positive approach that contributes to a collegial and closely knit organizational culture. The ideal individual will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication (French and English), administrative, financial, and organizational skills.

About Veterinarians without Borders/ Vétérinaires sans Frontières (VWB/VSF) – Canada
VWB/VSF is a charitable, humanitarian organization, founded in 2005. Our mission is to work for, and with, those in need to foster the health of animals, people, and the environments that sustain us. Our organization engages in activities around the world related to the health of farm animals, domestic animals, and wildlife, as well as public and ecosystem health. See www.vetswithoutborders.ca for more details.
VWB/VSF has identified unique areas of expertise in One Health, gender and climate change where the organization can improve this impact. Essential to this approach is leveraging volunteer and expert networks in Canada and overseas as well as our VSF International partnerships to mobilize resources toward implementing development projects. VWB/VSF’s 2020-2025 strategic plan aims to enhance the organization’s work through four strategic directions:
  1. Improve the lives of people in vulnerable/marginalized communities, including those in crisis, by delivering effective programs using a One Health approach that address contextual challenges, especially gender equality and climate change.
  2. Progress from a pilot project to a Canadian Program operating successfully in several northern communities.
  3. Strengthen financial sustainability through revenue growth and diversification in order to enhance capacity for core functions and allocation of adequate resources for business development.
  4. Enhance visibility among the Canadian veterinary and animal health communities, the general public, government entities and local and international NGOs.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Project Accounting and administrative Support: (40%)

  • Receive and review financial reports sent by partner organizations and make sure that those are prepared and submitted in line with Grant agreement and timelines to ensure accurate project accounting.
  • Review and code project related expenses/invoices/claim for accuracy (local staff, volunteer, consultant, subcontractor, field reports) and including converting expenses into Canadian Dollars.
  • Work with VWB program staff to maintain proper office/ filing system (electronic and paper-based) including data management and budget monitoring related to projects/volunteers.
  • Organize documents (payment request, invoices and supporting documents) and ensure their approval by Program Director or appropriate budget officers for processing payments.
  • Coordinate travel arrangements (ticket, quotations), insurance (health & evacuation insurance) for international volunteers and manage Volunteer database for accurate tracking as per organizational policies/procedures (flight dates)
  • Ensure all legal documents (contracts, waivers etc.), policy/procedures, Volunteer manual and forms (update travel request, expense claim, banking info, reimbursements, in-kind hours tracking etc.) are distributed and completed as needed for each volunteer including pre-departure training.
  • Track volunteer information and in-kind hours

Finance and operation support: (30%)

  • Record transactions using accounting software (QuickBooks) and maintain GL and related sub-ledgers and ensure that they are correctly charged to proper budget lines using right coding methods.
  • Ensure financial records, contracts and supporting documents are properly filed/documented (electronic and paper-based) coordinating authorization as per operating process of the organization.
  • Monthly reconciliation of Bank, CC statement with receipts and donation revenue with donor database.
  • Assist in month-end and relevant working papers and year-end closing, and preparation of year documents for audit.
  • Assist VWB/VSF’s Finance and Administration Director for preparation of budget, financial statements, and reports to VWB/VSF’s donor agencies, project staff, and the board of directors.
  • Maintain fixed assets schedule and inventory to ensure adequate supplies of office stationery and supplies.
  • Perform other financial duties as may be required from time to time.

Fundraising and fund development support: (30%)

  • Record donation and ensure integrity of donor database.
  • Track sponsors, donors and record new contacts, enter donor information as required, process thank you letters, issue tax receipts, manage mail-outs to donors, arranging logistics for trade shows and other events, etc.
  • Administer and manage inbound/outbound mails, including priority post, packages, courier services, emails and other correspondence.
  • Answer and manage inbound telephone inquiries and respond to general inquiries and promote both the VETS and other programs.
EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

Education:

  • Degree or diploma in Commerce with a specialization in Accounting/finance or equivalent

Key competencies:

  • Two to five years related work experience in project accounting and bookkeeping requirements.
  • Knowledge of non-profit accounting standards and charity legislations.
  • In-depth understanding of accounting principles.
  • Strong computer skills including Office 365 - Word, Excel (Advanced user using macros, V-lookups, Pivot tables etc.), PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint, Teams, QUICKBOOKS (preferred), as well as a willingness to learn new computer software programs as required.
  • Strong organizational skills: ability to multi-task, and/or provide timely feedback on an as needed and/or urgent basis.
  • Strong ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines.
  • Keen attention to detail.
  • High level of professionalism including strict adherence to confidentiality.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and French.
  • Superior interpersonal skills.
  • Resourceful team player who can also be very effective independently.
  • Experience using CiviCRM will be considered an asset.
  • Experience working in the international development sector an asset.
APPLICATION

Please send your CV and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

VWB/VSF is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applicants from a variety of backgrounds. We are particularly keen to consider applications from new Canadians and/or individuals from diaspora communities from the countries where we are working (Ghana, Kenya, Senegal, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and South Sudan).

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Recruitment -- Board of Directors

420 -700 Industrial Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario Job Posting: Executive Director
Canada K1G 0Y9
ph: 613-857-0521
web: www.vetswithoutborders.ca

VWB/VSF Canada is looking to fill current vacancies on our Board of Directors (BoD). Are you passionate about a healthy world for people, animals and our shared ecosystems? Do you possess leadership skills and knowledge to share with a dynamic and diverse team of professionals to help realize the mission of VWB/VSF Canada?


About VWB/VSF

Veterinarians without Borders/ Vétérinaires sans frontières – Canada (VWB/VSF) is a charitable, humanitarian organization whose mission is to work for, and with, those in need to foster the health of animals, people, and the environments that sustain us. More information about the organization can be found at www.vetswithoutborders.ca.
We envision a healthy world for people, animals, and our shared ecosystems.

We seek a world where communities have the capacity to:

  • Produce, market, and consume their food in a sustainable, equitable, and safe manner;
  • Balance the threats posed by emerging diseases with their social and cultural values;
  • Develop solutions to health threats that respect local culture, animal welfare, and natural ecology;
  • Build successful local and international partnerships that promote and protect the health of people, animals, and the ecosystems that sustain them; and
  • Respond effectively to the challenges posed by environmental, climatic and socio-economic change.
Serving on our Board

VWB/VSF Board Directors provide leadership to VWB/VSF Canada and are accountable individually as well as collectively for the work of the organization. As a Director of the organization, it is the fundamental role of each Board Director to advance the best interests of VWB/VSF Canada, and to exercise due diligence and to take fiduciary responsibility in supervising and directing the work of VWB/VSF Canada. Directors are required to bring independent judgement to bear in decision-making and to exercise primary loyalty to VWB/VSF Canada.

Directors serve in their individual, independent and voluntary capacity – they may not represent or otherwise act on behalf of another entity in their role as a Director of VWB/VSF Canada, may not be a staff member, and may not be remunerated for their work on the Board. Membership in the Board is incompatible with a senior position in a political party or with elected office in the national, provincial, territorial administrative, policy-making or legislative bodies of Canada.

VWB/VSF Canada recruits its Board primarily nationally and seeks to bring together an optimal blend of the highest level of skills and racial, ethnic, geographical and gender diversity. Directors are recruited on the basis of their skills, expertise and ability to support and advocate for the governance and strategic needs of the organization.

VWB/VSF Canada holds quarterly (virtual) meetings including a yearly AGM (September).

A Board Package with all documents, including draft minutes of previous meetings, current meeting agenda, materials and review, and proposed decisions, is sent electronically to all Directors at least five days in advance of a Board meeting. Directors have access to an shared folder with links to all Board policies and documents.

Responsibilities of new director positions:

Each individual board member is expected to:

  • Know the organization’s mission, vision, policies and programs
  • Understand the organization’s financial statements
  • Serve as active advocates and ambassadors for the organization
  • Leverage connections, networks, and resources to achieve and advance the organization’s mission
  • Prepare, attend, and actively participate in board meetings and in one or more committees

Desirable skillsets for new director positions:

1. International Development Sector

  • Three years’ experience within the international development sectorFamiliar with Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy and mainstreaming gender
  • A strong understanding of gender equality, power and its intersection with gender, race, culture, class, ability, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and age

2. Senior Government

  • Three years’ experience at a senior level in federal, provincial, territorial, or municipal government.

3. Experience in Northern Canada

  • Lived experience and knowledge of Indigenous culture, history, and methodology in Canada’s North

4. Fundraising and Business Development

  • Experience of demonstrated success in sponsorship/ fundraising in the not-for-profit sector.
  • Experience and a passion for fundraising through Major Gifts, Grants (institutional, bi-lateral, foundation), Annual Giving, Legacy and Corporate Sponsorship
  • Comfortable engaging with external stakeholders in order to achieve fundraising initiatives

5. Resource Development

  • Knowledge of Global Affairs Canada and/or other bilateral, multilateral, institutional and private donors (foundations/corporations)

Additional competencies:

  • Previous Board experience an asset;
  • Knowledge of international NGO functioning within Canada; and
  • Demonstrated skills in lobbying, problem solving, policy making and risk assessment.

The ideal candidate will be at least 18 years of age and have the ability to enter into legal contracts. The Board constitutes the membership of VWB/VSF Canada as a corporate entity, which convenes at least once a year to conduct the specific business of the Annual General Meeting.

How to Apply

Individuals interested in applying to serve on the VWB/VSF Board of Directors are invited to submit a resumé and completed application form (below) summarizing their qualifications to Mouhamadou Diaw, Chair of the Governance/Nominations Committee. The address can be found with the application form (below).  The deadline for applications is August 15, 2021.

VWB/VSF is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applicants from a variety of backgrounds. 

We thank everyone for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Candidates nominated by the Governance/Nominating Committee as Director candidates to the Board for a three-year term must be approved by the membership at the 2021 Annual General Meeting to be held in September, 2021.

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