The Nominations Committee of the Canadian Soccer Association Board of Directors is seeking qualified candidates to serve on the Board commencing spring 2012.
The Nominations Committee of the Canadian Soccer Association Board of Directors is seeking qualified candidates to serve on the Board commencing spring 2012. These individuals will play a key role in the stewardship of the organization during its governance transformation process.
“With the Canadian Soccer Association’s governance reforms beginning to take effect in 2012, we are at a pivotal moment in the Association’s history,” said Paul Varian, Nominations Committee Chair, Canadian Soccer Association. “The Committee is seeking candidates who possess the skills, experience and leadership to instill a new national vision that results in a drive to excellence across all aspects of the Association’s activities.”
The new Canadian Soccer Association Board of Directors will consist of 14 Directors, specifically a President, Vice-President, six elected Directors and six appointed or independent Directors (over the next two years). This call for nominations covers the following Board positions: President, six elected Directors (two for a three-year term, two for a two-year term, two for a one-year term) and three appointed Directors (two for a three-year term and one for a two-year term).
Candidates wishing to submit their candidacy should consult the complete Call for Nominations document located on the Canadian Soccer Association’s website via this hyperlink.
Nominations Application Forms, together with more details on the new governance structure of the Canadian Soccer Association and its Board of Directors, are also located on the Association’s website via this hyperlink.
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