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Call for Director Nominations

CAA Atlantic is a membership organization serving over 300,000 members across all four Atlantic provinces.  CAA Atlantic is a not-for-profit organization which provides an ever-expanding variety of products and services for members, including travel, insurance, rewards and discounts, as well as acting as an advocate for the safe mobility of all Atlantic Canadians.  The organization has offices in Halifax, Saint John, Moncton, Fredericton, Charlottetown, and St. John’s.  We are currently receiving applications for Directors  to serve on the Board of Directors at CAA Atlantic, which is elected to represent members. 

Expected Commitment:

  • The term will begin in May 2024 with the ability to serve for three years with eligibility to be nominated for re-election for up to two additional successive terms of three years each.   
  • As a Director you will be expected to commit your time to serve on the Board, attend up to five Board meetings each year in addition to Board committee meetings, strategic planning, Federation conferences and Board development sessions. Average commitment annually is between 10-12 days, not including travel time.
  • Generally, most committee meetings are virtual with three in-person Board meetings annually. 
  • Remuneration is a moderate stipend for service, aligned with other similar organizations and out-of-pocket and travel expenses are also covered. 

Qualifications

  • The ideal candidate will have proven senior leadership capabilities and experience, board governance experience, preferably with a background in any of the following areas: 1) corporate law, 2) insurance, 3) occupational health and safety.
  • Personal commitment to devote the time necessary to perform the responsibilities of a Board member 
  • Respectful communicator with a collaborative mindset and ability to exercise sound judgement
  • Appropriate level of financial literacy 
  • Live and/or work in Atlantic Canada and be willing to become a member of the organization.

To Apply

CAA employees and board members are expected to conduct themselves with honesty and integrity throughout the course of performing their duties and must abide by the organization's Code of Business Conduct and Ethics including Conflict of Interest provisions, which guide expectations and conduct of employees and board members.

CAA a member-focused organization, CAA Atlantic is dedicated to building an organization that reflects the diversity of the communities in which we live. We recognize that diverse perspectives enhance our collective innovation, creativity, and allows our club to provide amazing service to our Members and as such, diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.