The Directors of the NSWPB Board are recruited through an open application process to ensure demographic diversity reflective of the District of Thunder Bay.
NSWPB is connected with Community Stakeholder Groups who are a key ally into recruiting regional and sectoral applicants. On an annual basis, there is an open call for nominations (including self-nomination) from identified Community Stakeholder Groups. The open call for nominations will be posted here on this page.
A Recruitment and Selection Committee, appointed by the NSWPB Board of Directors, identifies gaps in representation on the NSWPB Board, targets applicants with the needed skills, knowledge, experience or connections, requests and discusses nominations, reviews application submissions, conducts interviews and makes recommendations to the Board on Director selection. New Directors are then appointed through a motion at a regular, strategic or Annual General Meeting of the full Board.
For information on the roles and responsibilities of a NSWPB Board Member, please see the NSWPB By-Law and the Volunteer Description.
We are collecting data to better understand who is looking for work and what kind of opportunities jobseekers are searching for. This data is completely anonymous and non-personally identifiable.