Looking for Audit Committee Volunteers

The London District Catholic School Board is seeking community members with financial expertise and business knowledge to serve on its audit committee for a three (3) year term effective April 1, 2021.

The audit committee is comprised of three (3) Elected Trustees and two (2) independent members drawn from the community at large. The primary role of the audit committee is to assist the board of trustees in fulfilling its duties related to governance and oversight. The duties of the audit committee fall under the following key areas: the financial reporting process, internal control framework, risk management practices, performance and function of the board’s internal and external auditors and the board’s compliance with its obligations under legislation. The Committee meets at least 3 times a year, plus ad hoc meetings as required

Candidate Eligibility:

  • Applicants must have sufficient accounting, senior financial management or other relevant business experience to understand public sector accounting and auditing standards.

  • The applicant must not be a current employee or officer of the board or of any other district school board or school authority.

  • The applicant must not have a parent, child or spouse currently employed by the board. Submission of Applications

    Qualified candidates interested in serving on the audit committee are invited to submit a letter of interest and resume via email and by March 19, 2021 to Debbie Jordan, Superintendent of Business; at dajordan@ldcsb.ca

    Candidates who are short-listed may be requested to attend a private interview conducted by the audit committee’s selection committee. For information about the London District Catholic School Board, please visit www.ldcsb.ca

    The London District Catholic School Board is committed to being an equal opportunity employer. If you require an accommodation, please include applicable information in your application.

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