Fall 2010 Officer Responsibilities

Posted: April 2nd, 2010 | Author: rathboma | Filed under: Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

No experience necessary!  Commitment to the club is more important.

a. Responsibilities of All Executive Officers

- Attend all officer meetings.  We have at least two per month.
- Attend all events.
- Organize, advertise, and run one quarter of our events and support the organizer of another quarter.

We work very collaboratively on all MACS activities.  Our officers are devoted to the club and to benefiting the students.

b. President

- Represent the club proactively and make and maintain relationships with internal and external contacts.
- Provide leadership and direction for each semester’s activities.
- Ensure the progress of quality events that satisfy the club’s mission and benefit the students.
- Motivate all officers to meet their responsibilities and work harmoniously together.
- Run productive officer meetings.

c. Vice President

- Represent the club proactively and make and maintain relationships with internal and external contacts.
- Provide leadership and direction for each semester’s activities.
- Ensure the progress of quality events that satisfy the club’s mission and benefit the students.
- Motivate all officers to meet their responsibilities and work harmoniously together.
- Run officer meetings in the President’s absence.

d. Treasurer

- Monitor the MACS budget.
- Maintain a list of expenditures and remaining funds.
- Support funding applications.
- Seek fundraising and sponsorship opportunities.

e. Secretary

- Schedule officer meetings.
- Take minutes of every officer meeting.
- Publish weekly emails advertising upcoming MACS events.
- Maintain other MACS documentation.

f. Benefits of Officership

- Run a departmental club of over 200 computer science and information systems masters students.
- Hone leadership skills.
- Gain practical organizational skills.
- Develop communication and team-building skills.
- Work directly with top companies in the industry, like IBM and Bloomberg.
- Network with industry professionals and university professors.
- Meet lots of students and administrators.