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GTHL is accepting applications for role of Director, Culture, Equity, and Inclusion

The Greater Toronto Hockey League is accepting applications for the role of Director, Culture, Equity, and Inclusion. Under the direction of the Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer, the Director, Culture, Diversity, and Inclusion is the lead resource person for the GTHL Board of Directors, Staff, and Member organizations.

To view the complete job description, click here.

The deadline to apply is Friday, December 16. All those interested are asked to please submit their applications directly to:

Scott Oakman | Executive Director & Chief Operating Officer
E: HR@GTHLCanada.com

Duties & Responsibilities:

The Director, Culture, Equity, and Inclusion (Director CEI) reports to the Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer (ED/COO).

  • Leads the establishment, implementation, assessment and ongoing oversight of culture, equity, and inclusion (CEI) efforts in every facet of the GTHL’s priorities, programs, practices, and staff and volunteers.
  • Manages the implementation of recommendations related to CEI goals from the GTHL’s Strategic Plan and Independent Committee Report Recommendations.
  • Supports the ED/COO in the development and implementation of the organization-wide CEI goals and measures their outcomes.
  • Serves as a subject matter expert, in consultation with the ED/COO, for the GTHL Board, Staff, and GTHL Members with respect to CEI related policies, which both govern and inform initiatives, infrastructure, and supports for the achievements of CEI goals.
  • A conduit for communication of CEI initiatives between the GTHL Board, Staff, and its Members, parents, and other stakeholders.
  • Lead the development of the annual strategic CEI plan and contribute to the annual report on CEI activities and effectiveness of initiatives through measurable outcomes and overall Strategic Plan.
  • Leads efforts to implement infrastructure changes required to support achievement of CEI goals including, but not limited to: data collection, design of KIP reporting mechanisms, tracking and reporting, and process and policy.
  • Engage in extensive consultation with the Board, Staff, Members, parents, players, and other stakeholders to determine best alignment, cross reporting, and complementary opportunities.

 

The GTHL thanks all individuals for their interest. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Greater Toronto Hockey League is an inclusive employer. Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code.

To view the complete job description, click here.

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