The Campbellville Community Association (DCCA) is a registered not-for-profit organization that exists for the primary purpose of improving the quality of life in Campbellville and the surrounding area, by representing the interests of the community. With the agricultural community being an integral part of this community and region, the DCCA requires someone to lead the Agriculture Committee, network with members of the agricultural community, and find opportunities and synergies between the community and agricultural industry.

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Work with the Board of Directors and Agriculture Committee members to develop ideas that will add value through information or new ideas and concepts. 
  • Chair the Agriculture Committee meetings. 
  • Maintain communications with between the Community Association, local community, agricultural industry and local government on relevant issues, as appropriate 
  • Contact potential new DCCA members from the local agriculture community. 
  • Work with the other DCCA committees to help promote upcoming events and services.

 

Requirements/Skills:

  • Must be a member of the DCCA. 
  • Friendly, positive approach to idea generation, eliciting input and cooperation. 
  • Be comfortable contacting members of the agricultural community, and speaking with government representatives related to agricultural issues. 
  • Well organized.

 

Time Commitment: 

  • This is a volunteer position. It is for a 1-year term, but ideally, we would like someone willing to consider this role for more than 1 year. 
  • Hold Agriculture Committee meetings a few times each year.  Each may be approximately 2 hours long but will require some preparation time and time afterward to prepare minutes and complete follow-up. 
  • Liaison with the Association’s Board of Directors, as required. 
  • Other activities as you determine and wish to do.

 

For more information about this position, contact Liz Lambrick at President@Campbellville.net. This is a great way to meet people and help to improve the community in which we live.