Volunteer opportunities – Complaints Committee, Nova Scotia Association of Architects
The Nova Scotia Association of Architects (NSAA) invites interested lawyers to submit an Expression of Interest to sit as a non-member representative on its Complaints Committee. The NSAA is the regulating body for the architectural profession whose purpose is to serve and protect the public interest in the practice of architecture in Nova Scotia. Its Complaints Committee investigates complaints made by members of the public or members of the Association regarding the conduct or actions of any member of the Association and holder of a Corporate Permit or a Temporary Licence.
As a non-member representative on its Complaints Committee, you will join two NSAA members in the investigation and recommended outcome of individual complaints. Non-member representatives assist in the provision of a positive and effective mechanism for the NSAA to demonstrate transparency, independence and accountability. They will ensure that the public perspective is represented in the decision-making of the Complaints Committee.
Appointment shall be for a three-year term – Fall 2017 to Fall 2020.
In the Expression of Interest, applicants should describe their background, interests and experience and indicate their reasons for wishing to serve as a non-member as well as a copy of their CV. More details on the NSAA can be found on its website (www.nsaa.ns.ca).
For more information, please contact the NSAA’s Executive Director. Interested candidates are requested to direct applications by September 26, 2017 to:
Margo Dauphinee, Executive Director
Nova Scotia Association of Architects
1361 Barrington Street
Halifax, NS B3J 1Y9
Tel: (902) 423-7607