Committees

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Finance and Audit


The Finance and Audit Committee protects the interests of the SCA Board and the SCA membership with respect to the financial management and oversight of the SCA. The committee is the primary mechanism by which the SCA Board exercises its fiduciary responsibility.
The committee is responsible for providing direction, recommendations, and review regarding:

  • Financial reporting and disclosure;
  • Development and monitoring of accounting and financial principles and policies;
  • Oversight of annual audit processes;
  • Annual budget development;
  • Other priorities a necessary.

Governance


The Governance Committee provides advice and direction with respect to the governance structure and operation of the SCA. 
The committee is responsible for providing direction, recommendations, and review regarding:

  • SCA bylaws and governance policies, including governance manuals; and
  • SCA appointments and nominations to external boards and committees.

HR and Compensation


The HR and Compensation Committee manages the performance and compensation relationship with the CEO on behalf of the Board.
The committee is responsible for providing direction, recommendations, and review regarding:

  • CEO compensation and HR issues; and
  • Support for the CEO in managing HR and compensation issues with the staff as needed.

Advisory Council


The Advisory Council acts as a pan-industry policy development committee of the SCA, ensuring the Association stays connected to the diverse trade specific concerns existing within Saskatchewan’s construction sector.

The Council provides recommendations to the SCA Board regarding issues referred to the Council by the Board or arising from Council discussion.

The Council seeks to engage a broad cross-section of internal and external construction stakeholders in conversation to identify pain points and build consensus around mutual interests that can be addressed in policy.

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