Provincial Level Volunteer Positions

In Ontario, provincial level volunteers fulfill key roles such as Elected Council Member, Administrative Community Leader, Adviser, Girl Forum and Specialty Communities. For all roles the individual must be a member of Girl Guides of Canada. After applications are received they are reviewed and other volunteers select candidates based on the information in the application and an interview as well as reference check to ensure we have the most suited individual in the role. 

Provincial Commissioner - Ontario Council
The Ontario Council is looking for Provincial Commissioner candidates. Never has there been a more exciting time to be part of the senior leadership team at Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada (GGC-GdC). The organization has embarked on a dramatic revitalization. The successful candidate will provide expertise and counsel to support the achievement of our key strategic priorities—Relevance, Empowerment, Diversity and Inclusivity, and Agility within Ontario. To learn more, please see the PC posting and other supporting documents.

If you have any questions, please contact nominations@guidesontario.org

Provincial Commissioner Posting
Provincial Commissioner Position Description
Operations Committee Terms of Reference
Provincial Commissioner Key Competencies
Council of Provincial Commissioners Terms of Reference
Provincial Commissioner Application Form

Administrative Community Leader (ACL) Adviser
Are you interested in building your coaching and mentoring skills? We are looking for a new ACL Adviser for a three-year term. In this role, successful applicants will coach and mentor between five and seven ACLs in Unit Readiness, Community Growth, Performance Management and Issue Management. Take on a new challenge and grow your skills in Guiding - apply today!

Administrative Community Leader Adviser position description

Risk and Compliance Adviser
This position advises Ontario Council on risk management issues. A thorough knowledge of Safe Guide is required. 

Risk and Compliance Adviser position description

Administrative Community Leader
Do you enjoy supporting and working with others? Are you a skilled communicator who can help resolve conflict? Can you manage a busy job effectively? Then you should consider becoming an Administrative Community Leader (ACL). We are currently recruiting for ACLs in communities 9 and 22. There is a three year term for this position.

Contact Cherylyn Sawatzky, Deputy Provincial Commissioner, at dpc2@guidesontario.org if you have questions.

Administrative Community Leader position description
Administrative Community Leader application form

National level volunteer positions available at Girl Guides of Canada

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