Manager, Corporate Governance

Reporting to the CEO, you are responsible for strategic and administrative management for documentation, policies, procedures, events and activities related to the Corporate Governance of the MCC. Accurate and sufficient documentation to meet legal requirements and current Bylaw and policy documents are compatible with relevant Federal and Provincial legislation. You support both the CEO of the MCC and the President as Council Chair.


 Your key responsibilities would include: 


  • Researches, prepares, updates and monitors the application of governance policies and practices ensuring regular review
  • Ensures accurate and sufficient documentation is maintained to meet legal requirements and that current Bylaw and policy documents are compatible with relevant Federal and Provincial legislation
  • Enables, facilitates, and coordinates effective and strategic communication between Council, its committees, and MCC’s senior leadership
  • Oversees the development and management of meeting agendas, briefing materials and minutes for Council and its committees, ensuring accuracy, availability, and reliability
  • Leads planning and coordination of the Annual General Meeting, Executive Board meetings and relevant Council Committee meetings
  • Plans and manages the operations and budget related to governance, the Council and its Committees
  • Ensure appropriate and timely liaison and support of the MCC’s President for all relevant activities
  • Assists in orientation, onboarding and ongoing education of Council and Committee members


As an ideal candidate, you would bring:



  • A graduate degree in public administration, law, or another related field, or a minimum of 5 year’s relevant experience is required



  • A minimum of eight years’ experience, directly related to corporate governance
  • Broad, in-depth experience and knowledge of governance leading-practices
  • Demonstrated experience and mastery of Policy, Public Policy, and Organizational Leadership/Governance, including such issues as board functions



  • Excellent oral and written skills in English, oral and written skills in French are considered an asset


 Technical Skills:

  • Outstanding accuracy and attention to detail
  • Strong sense of ethics and awareness and need for confidentiality
  • Competence in Microsoft Office is required (Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Word)
  • Proficiency working with SharePoint is highly preferred


  • Demonstrated ability in research and policy analysis
  • Experience facilitating internal and external meetings
  • Strong ability to make oral presentations and present findings in an effective and influential manner
  • Exceptional organization, planning, and prioritization skills
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
  • Ability to work under pressure, and in occasionally demanding circumstances


The perks:

  • A defined benefit pension plan
  • A complete benefit package your first day on the job
  • Three weeks’ vacation right off the bat
  • A company paid holiday closure in December – our gift to you!
  • A 35-hour work week
  • Compressed and telework programs 
  • Free onsite parking - any day, any time
  • An onsite gym plus complimentary Yoga, Bootcamp, Movement & Mobility and Zumba® classes

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