Ethics and Practice Committee (Up to two members required–Three-year term, renewable)
Collective Interests Committee (Up to two members required–Three-year term, renewable)
The Executive of the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation is inviting applications to serve on the Ethics and Practice Committee and the Collective Interests Committee. Successful applicants will form a panel of candidates from which members will be selected to serve on the Ethics and Practice Committee or the Collective Interests Committee on a case-by-case basis. Appointment to the panel is for three years and members are eligible for reappointment to a maximum of two terms.
To be eligible for appointment as a member of the panel, the applicant must:
- Be a member in good standing with the Federation.
- Not be a member of the STF Executive, or the Board of Directors or any committee of the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board.
- Not be the subject of a previous guilty finding by any professional disciplinary committee of the Federation, Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board, or other jurisdiction.
- Complete an applicant declaration of eligibility as may be approved by the STF Executive.
Successful candidates must have the necessary experience, character and commitment to serve and protect the public, demonstrated leadership skills, a commitment to lifelong learning, strong communication skills and a strong sense of ethics. Diversity of career stage, gender, cultural heritage and geographical distribution are also considered within the context of the required skills and attributes.
Appointments to the two panels will be made by Council upon the recommendation of the STF Executive and adoption of a resolution by Council.
Deadline for application: November 16, 2020
To apply, complete the online application form, including two references and a completed Applicant Declaration of Eligibility form. Please forward questions to:
Scott Burant, Managing Director, Member Services
Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation
As referenced in Clause 12.3.2 of the 2019-2023 Provincial Collective Bargaining Agreement, a teacher acting as an elected or appointed member of a committee of the Federation who attends a meeting called by the Federation shall be granted leave and shall suffer no loss of salary and benefits during the course of an academic year for any days required to fulfil the duties of that office.
The Federation aims to engage as many members as possible in organizational operations. Preference will be given to those who do not currently hold other positions in office, committees or boards; however, members may apply for as many openings as desired.