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Career Title: FCSS Board Member
NAICS Code: Other (81)
Job Term: Volunteer
Modified Date: Jul 10, 2019
Recruiter: Chief Administrative Officer
The Town of Elk Point is seeking a Town Resident to sit as a member-at-large on the Joint Family and Community Support Services Board. Member will serve on the board with Elected Officials as well as members-at-large from the Town of Elk Point and County of St. Paul.

• Promote the development of community partnerships with individuals and groups;
• Promote awareness of Family and Community Support Services programs and mandate;
• Review the annual budget for Family and Community Support Services program;
• The Board meets on an as needed basis;
• Term: 1 year;

In a written submission, please describe your skills/knowledge you would bring to the board, and how the Town of Elk Point would benefit from your participation on the board/committee. We thank all applicants for your submission.

Please drop off your written submission before August 13, 2019 at 4:00 PM at:
Town of Elk Point Administration Office
4914 – 50 Avenue, Po Box 448
Elk Point, Alberta
T0A 1A0
Email your written submission to:
Salary: N/A
Education: N/A
Category: Volunteer Position
Job Expiry Date: Aug 13, 2019
Company: Town of Elk Point
City: Elk Point, Alberta
Postal code: T0A 1A0
Country: Canada

Did You Know?

Village of Elk Point Formed, 1938
In the words of J.C. Jensen "We have functioned barely a year and as the first Council we feel at this date, that justifiable pride can be taken in the solvency of the village finances, and in the local improvements that have been carried out. We do not claim infallibility but we have sincerely tried to provide the greatest good for the greatest number. We feel a pride in our village. We hope that it may grow more beautiful, become ever more conscious of the civic pride and truly be a community of which the younger growing generation can always look back to as a sphere of pleasant memories. Our aim is to foster the feeling beyond our confines, that we need them as well as their need of us."