Want to Get Involved?
Joining a committee is a great way to get involved and support your community. Take a moment to learn about our different committees and see how you can get involved. If you’d like to join a committee but don’t know where to start feel free to contact our Clerks department.
As new Committees are formed, the Town will advise if new members are needed.
Committee Recruitment Opportunities
The Heritage Advisory Committee is currently seeking one member to serve for the remainder of this Council term (2018–2022). To apply, please send your completed application form and letter expressing your interest to Patty Thoma, Deputy Clerk, at email@example.com or fax to 705-436-7120.
Applications will be accepted until Friday, January 29, 2021 at 4:30 pm. You can learn more about the Heritage Advisory Committee here.
What is a Committee or Board?
A Committee is a group made up of volunteers that makes recommendations to Council based on their mandate. They are appointed by Council and meet once a month. Usually, these committees feature at least one Council member and one Town Employee to provide support. Having committees is one of the best ways to make sure Innisfil Council and Town Staff gather feedback and advice from residents. The Town of Innisfil is proud to have a wide variety of committees providing recommendations about issues ranging from Economic Development, to Accessibility, to Heritage and many more.
Nominating Committee of the Boards of InnServices Utilities Inc. and InnPower Corporation
The Nominating Committee of the Board of InnServices Utilities Inc. and InnPower Corporation are currently seeking qualified individuals to serve as members of the Board of Directors for Innservices and Innpower. Members of both boards will serve for a term of up to three years, with eligibility for reappointment for a second consecutive term of up to three years.
Desired Qualifications and Requirements
All candidates for both Boards must meet certain requirements, including:
- Demonstrated integrity and high ethical standards;
- Relevant career experience and expertise; and
- An understanding of the role of InnServices Utilities Inc. both as a service to local customers and an asset of the Shareholder.
In addition, the nomination and selection process is designed to maintain a Board that includes the following overarching competencies among one or more directors:
- Strong business background, including competitive business experience and strategic planning;
- A strong financial background including financial accreditation and public or private market financing experience;
- Industry sector experience in the areas of business of the subsidiary companies;
- Board experience; and
- Merger and acquisition experience
Critical recruiting priorities
- Energy and business experience and expertise; and
Meetings of both Boards and their committees are typically held on a quarterly basis and scheduled a year in advance. Board members can expect to participate in an average of five (5) Board meetings per year, and must make reasonable efforts to attend the entire period of the two to three-hour meetings on a face-to-face basis.
Applications must outline how the perspective director’s qualifications, skills and background are relevant to the general and priority competencies stated above. They may include a statement of experience and/or resume.
Interested applicants are requested to reply by the end of business day on Friday, December 20, 2019 with full details to:
Mr. Lee Parkin
Town of Innisfil
2101 Innisfil Beach Road
We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those selected for consideration will be contacted.
For further information about InnServices Utilities Inc. business and governance, please visit: https://innisfil.ca/about-innservices/
Looking for Minutes?
Every Committee records minutes to keep an official record of what was discussed and agreed upon at each meeting. If you are looking for a copy of minutes from a particular Committee please contact Clerks .