The Committee’s mandate is to conduct a broad, fair and effective recruitment process to attract a strong field of candidates for Humber College Institute of Technology’s Advanced Learning's next President and CEO and to recommend preferred candidate(s) to the Board of Governors for approval.
The Executive Assistant, Office of the Vice President, Human Resources & Organizational Effectiveness, will perform the function of Committee Secretary but will not be a member of the Search Advisory Committee.
It is a condition of membership of the Search Advisory Committee that its deliberations and all matters pertaining to its proceedings will be strictly confidential. Acceptance of membership constitutes an undertaking to adhere strictly to this condition.
All members of the Search Advisory Committee will be provided with information at the Committee's first meeting to establish expectations and responsibilities of the individuals on the committee, the full Presidential search committee and the full Board of Directors.
The Presidential Search Advisory Committee meeting quorum shall be 60% of the members of the Search Committee attending in person or virtually.
Members of the committee are expected to make best effort to attend all meetings to ensure deliberations have full engagement and thorough continuity.
In consultation with KBRS, the Executive Governance Committee shall establish contract parameters and compensation for the successful candidate. The full Presidential Search Advisory Committee shall not have the responsibility of discussing contract provisions with candidates, excepting only that the Chair of the Search Advisory Committee shall review these parameters and recommendations regarding compensation and contract provisions when the process is at that stage.
The final terms for a contract will be approved by the Executive Governance Committee, reporting fully to the Board.