CNIB Nova Scotia's Board of Directors

2/12/2018

Call for Expressions of Inte​rest

CNIB Nova Scotia is seeking Expressions of Interest for current and future openings on its Board of Directors.

  • Are you looking for an opportunity to have a positive impact on the lives of individuals living with vision loss in Nova Scotia?
  • Do you understand the competitive nature of the not-for-profit marketplace and have a successful track record in fundraising?
  • Do you have experience working with individuals with vision loss?

CNIB Nova Scotia is seeking Expressions of Interest for current and future openings on its Board of Directors.

CNIB's Nova Scotia Board of Directors consists of individuals from across the province.  Members are selected based on a screening process. Potential candidates will be selected  based on the Board's need for particular skills, experience, qualifications or representation.

The Board will also determine the term of office, not to exceed three years, for all elected board members.

Expressions of interest, in the form of a letter, can be emailed to Wendy Constable at wendy.constable@cnib.ca

Only those individuals who are being considered will be contacted. Thank you for your interest.

About C​NIB

Established in 1918, CNIB provided food, clothing, residences and library services to blinded veterans and other Canadians living with vision loss.
Our organization has evolved over the last 100 years; in addition to charitable programs – such as education, advocacy, research and client support – CNIB has become the primary provider of vision rehabilitation services in Nova Scotia.

In 2017, CNIB proudly launched a new brand for our rehabilitation services: Vision Loss Rehabilitation Nova Scotia. With a commitment to the highest standards of care, we help to enhance independence, safety, mobility and emotional well-being for Nova Scotians with vision loss.

CNIB is also continuing to offer a range of Foundation Programs that complement and enhance our rehab services, and are entirely dependent on charitable funding.

As we celebrate our centenary in 2018, we look forward to continuing to work in partnership with those we serve, as well as with other organizations, the medical community, and government to create a future in which every Nova Scotian with vision loss has the opportunity to fully participate in life.

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