Apply now: join our Peace Region board!
We’re looking for a new public member to join our Peace Region board for a three-year term starting as early as September 2023.
The Peace Region board is made up of 16 members, who share in decision-making about annual fish and wildlife projects. The board helps define priority actions in four ecosystem-based action plans, reviews project proposals that align with these plans, and decides what projects the FWCP funds in the Peace Region. In 2023-2024, our Peace Region board approved $1.6 million in funding for seven fish and 21 wildlife projects.
We’re seeking a public board member who lives in, or near, the FWCP’s Peace Region, and is committed to the conservation and enhancement of fish and wildlife. They will bring a regional perspective to fish, wildlife, and environmental issues, and represent a broad range of public interests—not the interests of a single or specific organization(s). Board members receive an honorarium for their commitment.
Interested candidates are encouraged to read our Peace Region Public Representative Info Kit for more information about responsibilities, level of commitment, and remuneration. You can also read our Governance Manual and Our Story.
Interested applicants must submit a completed public board member application form by Friday, July 7, 2023, to the FWCP’s Peace Region manager.
Contact the Peace Region manager to request an application form.
FWCP Peace Region Manager
The public board member application form should be accompanied by:
• at least two letters of endorsement that provide evidence of community support for your application; and
• your cover letter and resume.
Applications will be kept on file for a period of 12 months, in case an additional vacancy arises.