Friday, November 18, 2022

Call for Board Members for Cedar Village Elders/Seniors Residences

The twin cedar hats atop Cedar Village Elders/Seniors residence
 make for a local east side landmark

The not-for-profit society which owns and oversees the management of operations at the Cedar Village housing development on Prince Rupert's east side has issued a call for Board members. 

With those chosen from the call, to offer their assistance towards oversight for the 32 residences that are home for elders and seniors over the age of 65.

The facility located on 7th Avenue East at Green Street is on the site of the old King Edward School and has been a significant housing success in the community since it opened its doors in 2019.

The key tasks for Board members is focused  observing of the Society's Bylaws and to manage the successful ongoing operations of the housing development. 

Those that serve on the board will be expected to attend regular board meetings, shape the creation of sub committees that the Board may wish to establish and report annually to Society members.

Directors serve on a voluntary basis and the Board is looking for individuals who have experience in  non-profit, housing management, financial management, accounting or business management.

The Green Street entrance to the Cedar Village Housing parking lot

Should you be interested in the opportunity, you are asked to submit your application along with a listing of the skills and or experience you may have towards the position to

By Mail you can forward your interest to: 

Cedar Village Housing Society, 344 2nd Avenue West, Prince Rupert, BC 

The Deadline to apply for the posts is November 30th. 

Cedar Village housing Society officials anticipate making an appointment in December, the first meeting for the successful Directors would come with the January gathering.

Some background on the history of the project can be reviewed through the BC Housing website.

Learn more about the facility and the Society here.

Further background on housing themes in the Northwest can be reviewed here.

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