Katikati Community Centre Executive Board

Board Selection & Duties

Katikati Community Centre (Katikati Community Resource Centre Inc) is a non-profit community organization established in 1991, and operating in the community since 1993. 

The governance of the Centre has been entrusted to an Executive Board whose members are asked to commit to serve a 2-year term. A second 2-year term, confirmed at the AGM, or an SGM, is possible, after which Board members must retire for a minimum of 24 months, before being eligible for reelection. The Board consists of 4-7 members

Diversity within the Board is actively sought and encouraged, emphasizing diversity of ethnicity, age,
culture, gender, relevant skills, and ability to represent a segment of the wider Katikati community.

Duties of the Board
The purpose of the Executive Board is to oversee the management of the business of the Community Centre, employ the Centre Manager, and to provide leadership within the organization and wider Katikati community. The board as a whole is responsible for the following roles that are essential to the success of the Community Centre.

1. Determining the Centre’s Mission, Vision, Objectives (Purpose), and Operating Norms
2. Ensuring effective organisational planning
3. Ensuring adequate resourcing.
4. Ensuring resources are managed effectively.
5. Approving and monitoring, the Centre’s programs to best reflect community needs.
6. Promoting the Centre’s public standing and reputation.
7. Ensuring legal and ethical integrity while maintaining accountability.
8. Recruiting and orienting new Board members with required complementary skill sets.

While the implementation of the day to day running of the Centre is delegated to the Centre Manager and staff, the Board retains responsibility for the governance oversight of the organization.

Board Meetings
The Board generally meets on a bi-monthly basis for up to 2 hours. Additional meetings are held as
required should circumstances require Board input – eg appointment of a new Centre Manager, setting Annual Budget targets etc. Some Board members may serve on subcommittees of the Board – eg Finance, HR etc which will require more ad hoc meetings organised to suit the availability of the members.

Board Selection
The Board frequently seeks to recruit new Board members to expand its skill base and/or community
diversity.

Board members need to be passionate about serving the community, particularly in the areas of
children & youth, adult education, social support, and information services. They need to be prepared to commit a minimum of 2 hours of service per month to be familiar with the Centre’s activities and governance issues, and to attend the organised Board & subcommittee meetings.

People with a strong personal commitment to the community with knowledge and experience in
community led development, advocacy, and governance are encouraged to apply.

Applications will be reviewed by the Board and candidates offering key needed skills and community
diversity will be invited to fill any current vacancies. Applicants may be unsuccessful, not due to their
lack of suitability for the Board, but purely because they do not contribute greater diversity or the specific needed skills at that time.


How To Apply

If you wish to volunteer as a Board member, please submit an application to the Katikati Community Centre by completing the adjacent online form. Applications will be considered at the following Board Meeting and the applicants advised of the outcome in a timely manner.

We appreciate all offers of help in this governance role.

 

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