Government of New Brunswick

Vacancy for appointment

Kings Landing Board of Directors

Members

Overview:

The Kings Landing Board of Directors (the Board) is established pursuant to the Kings Landing Corporation Act (the Act) on behalf of the Crown in right of the province as a body corporate known as Kings Landing Corporation.

The mandate of the Corporation is to:

  • collect, preserve, and exhibit buildings and artifacts which are part of the province’s historical resources;
  • create, maintain, and operate a historical settlement in the Mactaquac Head Pond area;
  • stimulate the interest of the public in matters depicted in the historical settlement and in historic sites, within the Mactaquac Head Pond area;
  • engage in and promote the production and sale of articles and materials related to the historical settlement; and
  • carry on the business of operating a restaurant, dining room, lounge or similar establishment or any combination of them.

The Board of Directors consists of a Chair, a Vice-Chair and not more than 10 other directors. The members of the Board shall be appointed for a term of up to three years and are eligible for reappointment.

Current positions to be filled:

The Government of New Brunswick is seeking to fill up to six positions on the Board. Expressions of interest received for these positions may also be used to fill future vacancies.

Qualifications/Commitment:

Considerations for appointment to the Board include candidate’s:

  • demonstrated leadership and governance experience;
  • skills related to strategic thinking and decision making;
  • skills related to business development and/or management; and
  • community involvement.

Based on the current Board composition, experience and expertise in education, university academia, community engagement, heritage, tourism and finance are encouraged to apply.

Each Board member will be responsible for familiarizing themselves with the Act. Board members must also be willing to attend and participate in Board meetings and serve a minimum of three years.

Essential and Asset Qualifications:

The composition of the Board’s gender and linguistic representation, as well as the cultural and geographic diversity of the province is a consideration for appointment.

Conditions/Compensation:

The Board holds 4 to 6 meetings annually, each 3 to 4 hours in length. Board Committee work (Finance, Collections, Board and Senior Personnel and Policy and Governance) takes place in person and virtually, between Board meetings as required.

There is no compensation to serve on the Board, however the Corporation will reimburse travel expenses to attend meetings and events related to the Board as per the Government of New Brunswick travel policy.

Travel is required to attend Board meetings, most of which are held at Kings Landing located in Prince William, NB.

Submit:

Expressions of interest (a resume and cover letter) may be submitted by e-mail or regular mail with details of education, volunteer, board/committee, work experience, and contact information (telephone, civic address, and e-mail). In addition, please complete the application form.

While we appreciate the interest of those who submit an expression of interest, only those candidates selected for consideration will be contacted. Inquiries relating to specific opportunities can be made after the deadline passes and should be directed to the responsible department.

Mail:

Executive Council Office
Attention:  Governance Branch
675 King Street, Fredericton, NB
E3B 1G1


Deadline for Submission :

08 March 2024


Type of Appointment :

OIC


Term :

Nominations are for terms of up to three years with the possibility of reappointment.


Associated / Responsible Department :

E-mail address for submissions :

[email protected]


Link(s) :

Kings Landing Corporation Act

Kings Landing


Note: Please ensure you have attached necessary documents in Word or PDF format. Links to cloud-based documents (Skydrive, Google Docs, etc.) or other download areas (FTP sites) cannot be accepted due to current Government of New Brunswick security policies.