Committee Vacancies

Lac La Biche County establishes committees and boards for the purposes of advising Council on topics like crime reduction, dealing with taxation complaints, hearing development appeals, and much more. Members of the public are invited to apply: serving on committees and boards is an excellent way to get involved in the political process and weigh-in on issues that impact the municipality.

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CURRENT OPENINGS

Lac La Biche County is proud to be a diverse, healthy and safe community, and relies on the engagement of its community members, as such the County is undertaking a recruitment campaign to fill the following vacancies:

Lac La Biche County is proud to be a diverse, healthy and safe community, and relies on the engagement of its community members, as such the County is undertaking a recruitment campaign to fill the following vacancies:


Lac La Biche County Assessment Review Boards (Local Assessment Review Board/Composite Assessment Review Board)

Open until suitable candidates found.

The Assessment Review Board is a quasi-judicial board established to hear and make decisions on complaints about any matter referred to in section 460(5) of the Municipal Government Act related to property tax assessments and tax notices.

The Assessment Review Board meets as required and is seeking Members at Large for a term of three (3) years. Please note that the Municipal Government Act requires Members to successfully complete a training program.

A copy of the Assessment Review Board Bylaw can be found by clicking here.


Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB)

Open until suitable candidates found.

The Subdivision and Development Appeal Board is a quasi-judicial board that hears appeals on subdivision and development decisions made by the subdivision and development authority.

The Board meets as required and is seeking Members at Large for a term of three (3) years. Please note that the Municipal Government Act requires Members to successfully complete a training program.

A copy of the SDAB Bylaw 21-007 can be found HERE.

How to Apply:

If you wish to apply, please complete a Committee Member Application Form and forward to legservices@laclabichecounty.com. Open until suitable candidate(s) found.

A copy of the application form and the Committee Member Selection Policy and Procedure can be found on the Lac La Biche County Website under Work With Us>Committee Vacancies. Remuneration is paid in accordance with the Committee Members Remuneration Policy which can be found at: www.laclabichecounty.com/p/policies .

If you have any additional questions, please contact Legislative Services at legservices@laclabichecounty.com or 780-623-6740.


Lac La Biche County Library Board

Open until suitable candidates found.

The Lac La Biche County Library Board is responsible for the management of two sites located at the Bold Centre (the Stuart MacPherson Public Library) and at Ecole Plamondon (the Plamondon Municipal Library), plus pop-up locations. The Library Board services the entirety of Lac La Biche County, including the surrounding Indigenous communities, and provides leadership in delivering a variety of quality materials and services that is welcoming and respectful. 

The Lac La Biche County Library Board is seeking a Board Member with the following characteristics:

  • Active with youth and young adults in the Lac La Biche County;
  • Belief in the importance of libraries and commitment to the vision and mission;
  • Willingness to serve, and to sit on one or more Board committees as required; and
  • Skill or knowledge in one or more areas of Board governance: policy, program, personnel, finance or advocacy. 

The Board meets up to 6 evenings a year at the Bold Center location for approximately 3 hours per meeting and is seeking one (1) Board Member for a three (3) year term. 

The Lac La Biche County Library Board Bylaw #16-030 can be found on the Lac La Biche County Website at: 

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How to apply: If you wish to apply for the position, please complete a Committee Member Application Form and forward to legservices@laclabichecounty.com.   Please note that the Lac La Biche County Library Board requests that a cover letter and resume accompany the Committee Member Application Form. 

A copy of the application form and the Committee Member Selection Policy and Procedure can be found on this page, below.  If you have any additional questions, please contact Legislative Services at legservices@laclabichecounty.com or 780-623-6740.

 If you would like further information on this opportunity, please contact Mrs. Maureen Penn, Library Director at mpenn@llbcl.ca.


Agricultural Appeals Committee

Open until suitable candidates found.

The Agricultural Appeal Committee is seeking Members at Large to hear appeals pursuant to the Weed Control Act and/or the Agricultural Pests Act. Members at Large are required to serve on an independent panel to hear matters prescribed under the legislation. Agricultural and/or legal expertise is considered an asset. Current members of the Agricultural Service Board are not eligible to be appointed to the appeals committee to hear appeals under the Weed Control Act or the Agricultural Pests Act.

The Agricultural Appeals Committee will meet as needed and is seeking Members-At-Large for the 2024 calendar year.

Click here to view the Agricultural Appeals Committee Bylaw 23-001.

How to apply: If you wish to apply, please complete a Committee Member Application Form and forward to legservices@laclabichecounty.com.

A copy of the application form and the Committee Member Selection Policy and Procedure can be found on this page. Remuneration is paid in accordance with the Committee Members Remuneration Policy which can be found at: www.laclabichecounty.com/p/policies .

If you have any additional questions, please contact Legislative Services at legservices@laclabichecounty.com or 780-623-6740.


Lac La Biche County Economic Development Advisory Committee

Open until suitable candidates found.

The Lac La Biche County Economic Development Advisory Committee was established to serve in an advisory capacity to County Council. The committee will provide Lac La Biche County Council guidance on general section direction for the purpose of prioritization of policies, objectives and projects related to strategic goals and outcomes for economic development in Lac La Biche County. 

The Economic Development Advisory Committee will monitor relevant planning documents and provide broad perspective feedback for updates and/or change as required, in addition to assist in opening lines of communication on economic development opportunities. 

Lac La Biche County is seeking representation for the following seats for one (1) year and two (2) year terms:

  • Non-Profit Seat
  • Indigenous Seat
  • Member-At-Large (Resident or Non-Resident)

HOW TO APPLY:

If you would like to apply, please submit a Committee Member Application Form, and forward it to legservices@laclabichecounty.com. Applications will be accepted until suitable candidates have been found.

A copy of the application form and the Committee Member Selection Policy and Procedure can be found below. If you have any additional questions, please contact Legislative Services at legservices@laclabichecounty.com or 780-623-6740.

The Economic Development Advisory Committee Bylaw 20-039 can be viewed at:

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The Terms of Reference can be viewed at the following link: 

TERMS OF REFERENCE


How to Apply

If you wish to apply for the above mentioned positions, please complete a Committee Member Application Form and forward it to legservices@laclabichecounty.com

Access the Committee Member Selection Policy & Application Form by clicking on the link below: