Senior Leadership Council
Mandate and Terms of Reference
Senior Leadership Council (SLC) is the most senior decision-making advisory body within the management of Saskatchewan Polytechnic. The council’s mandate is to make recommendations to the president, and to make decisions in accordance with The Saskatchewan Polytechnic Act and the organization’s management authorities’ grid. SLC communicates, as required, with the board of directors via reports and decision items.
SLC meets regularly to oversee and direct the operational affairs of Saskatchewan Polytechnic. It considers, approves, and provides direction for the organization’s academic, administrative tactical, operational and resource activities. SLC is also responsible for planning and making recommendations to the president on strategic and business development initiatives.
Meetings take place each month from September through June. Special meetings to consider strategic or budget requirements are scheduled at the call of the chair.
A confidential report of each SLC meeting is distributed to council members, with detailed action items. Once adopted, a summary report is posted on mySaskPolytech for management, faculty and staff.
Membership and Chair
SLC membership is composed of the president and CEO; the provost and vice-president, Academic; the CFO and vice-president, Administrative Services; and the vice-president, Advancement and International. The senior executive assistant to the president and CEO is ex-officio member of SLC.
The president and CEO serves as chair of each meeting. The senior executive assistant to the president and CEO is responsible for the preparation of all agendas, official minutes and action lists of the meetings, and the preparation and posting of meeting summaries.