Website MOSAICBC Multi-lingual Orientation Service Association for Immigrant Communities (MOSAIC)

Organization Type: Non-ProfitGovernance model you use: Policy Governance ModelAbout your organization:

MOSAIC is a registered charity having served immigrant, newcomer, and refugee communities in BC for over 45 years. Supported by a board of 13 directors, the organization manages over 49 million dollar budget annually, over 450 staff, over 300 volunteers and 300 contractors. Services are delivered from 51 client-accessible sites. For more information about MOSAIC, click the website link.

Job Specifications:

MOSAIC’s is in search of an individual to join their volunteer Board as the Treasurer. For continuity purposes the board is looking for a minimum commitment of two - 2 years terms. Professional experience in accounting, finance or business management is preferred. CPA/CGA designation(s) will be advantageous but not mandatory.

In order to create a board that is diverse, inclusive and reflects the communities served by MOSAIC, preference may be given to candidates who self-identify as Black or South Asian and have lived experience as immigrants or refugees.

Key Responsibilities

As Treasurer, you will play a crucial role in overseeing MOSAIC’s financial health and ensuring transparency and accountability in all financial matters. Your expertise will help guide the strategic planning and contribute to MOSAIC’s mission-driven goals.

  • Chair the finance committee.
  • Oversee and present financial reports.
  • Provide guidance on budgeting and financial planning.
  • Ensure compliance with legal and regulatory bodies.
Board Specifications:

Governance Model

MOSAIC’s volunteer board of directors adheres to the policy governance model, bearing the responsibility for the overall oversight of the organization through its role in policy development and program evaluation.

The board is responsible for the following:

  • Overseeing strategic planning
  • Determination of annual objectives and organizational outreach
  • Oversight of the organization and its financial stability
  • Response to significant community issues in the areas of settlement work

Currently, MOSAIC is governed by 13 board members, that includes 69% representation of individuals with lived experience as immigrants or refugees (9 of 13) and 61% who identify as women (8 of 13).

  • Learn more about MOSAIC’s Governance Model Here.
  • Learn more about MOSAIC’s Board Composition Here.
  • MOSAIC’s Board’s Code of Conduct Here.

How to Apply

Should you be interested in applying for this role please send your statement of interest and résumé to: karan@synergyonboards.ca by July 25, 2024

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