Current Opportunities

Board Recruitment

Camponi/Sasknative Rentals (SNR) is the largest Métis Housing group in Saskatchewan with 350 affordable rental units in Saskatoon. With the Hart Road Project, a high density housing development, Camponi will add 150 more units to its portfolio. Camponi/SNR is seeking strategic and engaged individuals with broad expertise in relation to delivery of non-profit housing to Métis and/or Indigenous peoples to join our board.   We currently have a particular need for individuals with experience and knowledge in the following area(s):


  • A background and/or understanding of the housing needs of Metis, Indigenous, or “Hard to House”;
  • Credentials and experience necessary for oversight of the management team and an ability to critically assess the feasibility or propriety of key management decisions;
  • Experience working with Métis and/or Indigenous Peoples;
  • Knowledge of key stakeholder/players in social housing;
  • Familiarity with the federal, provincial and municipal policy and legislative framework;
  • Commitment to Community Development and Tenant Empowerment;
  • Ability to forecast trends and opportunities relating to affordable housing;
  • Knowledge of culturally appropriate and trauma informed Indigenous housing responses/solutions including experience in the area of Mental health and addictions;
  • Awareness of issues affecting the housing needs of Indigenous Peoples including: cost of living, affordability and the impacts of intergenerational trauma;
  • A willingness to promote CHC/SNR as an organization dedicated to enhancing community development, tenant empowerment and relationship building through communication, connection and advocacy;
  • Operational or technical expertise relevant to non-profits

Board meetings are once per month. Board Members will be remunerated and will be provided with electronic devices to conduct board business. To be eligible as a nominee to the Board, Individuals cannot have been CHC or SNR staff, or a contractor to CHC/SNR, within the past 2 years.

Application Process:

Candidates are invited to provide a one-page letter highlighting their qualifications, skills, knowledge, enthusiasm and fit for the role. Preference will be given to Métis candidates. The Camponi Trust serves as the Selection Committee for Camponi board members. All applications can be forwarded to:

Camponi Board Selection
Wardell Gillis Law Office
2306 Arlington Avenue
Saskatoon, Sask
S7J 3L3
Fax: 306-956-2228