Government

Municipal Staff
Administration

Jennifer King– Administrator

 
Responsibilities and Accountabilities of the Administrator

The Administrator of the Village of Borden is responsible to the Council for execution
of the Council's policy and administrative directives, and for planning, organizing, coordinating and managing the operation of the Village of Borden’s programs and services compatible with the applicable legislation and within the general parameters of the approved annual operational plan and budget.

The Administrator has a fiduciary obligation to the vision, the values, and the goals and the preferences of the Council. He or she is the means by which the Council achieves its intents and purposes.

Although the Administrator bears ultimate responsibility for operating Village of Borden according to the following principles, the staff will be performing many of the tasks required. The staff should therefore be made directly aware of these operating principles where relevant.

In summary, the Administrator shall:
  • Deal with staff in a humane, fair, and forthright manner;
  • Implement employment agreements
  • Maintain compensation and benefits for staff, reflective of current market, and adhere to policies authorized by the Council;
  • Develop and operate with a detailed financial plan that discloses all fundamental assumptions;
  • Maintain financial conditions that do not incur fiscal jeopardy or compromise the mission of Village of Borden;
  • Protect and adequately maintain assets;
  • Provide information to the Council that is timely, complete, and accurate;
  • Provide exceptional value and service to stakeholders and clients;
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations; and
  • Ensure that a risk management plan is in place and up-to-date.
 
Public Works and Maintenance

Peter Thiessen
BJ Berg
Duncan Stead
 
Bylaw Enforcement

Ron Klassen (contracted as needed)