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2013-bod-recruiting

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Are you interested in being a leader in the community? Do you want to develop leadership, presentation, communication and networking skills?

ALPFA Seattle is seeking individuals that have an interest in joining our team! By joining the board you will work toward promoting our mission to create opportunities, add value, build relationships for our members, the community and business partners, while expanding Latino Leadership in the global workforce.

To submit your candidacy, please complete the below application and submit a copy of your resume to president@seattlealpfa.org by July 26, 2013. If selected as a candidate, you will be contacted for an interview with the nominations committee. Below are our open roles:

  • President
  • Executive Vice President
  • Secretary
  • VP of Corporate Affairs
  • VP of Programs
  • VP of Marketing & Public Relations
  • Director of Student Affairs
  • Director of Membership

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Detailed Board Descriptions:

Chapter President:

The President serves as the Chairman of the  Chapter Board and  presides  at all meetings of the ALPFA Seattle Chapter Board of Directors and Executive Committee.  The Chapter President oversees ALPFA Seattle’s fiscal, operations, fundraising, marketing, technology and program strategies and sets the tone and vision for the chapter.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with the ALPFA Seattle Board to  define and implement  a strategic operating plan, ensuring priorities are aligned with ALPFA’s mission.
  • Works with the VP of Corporate Affairs in  managing relationships with corporate partners and  corporate development opportunities.
  • Responsible for allocating the chapter’s financial resources, monitoring budgets and ensuring sound financial controls are in place
  • Supervise the activities of the chapter and engage ALPFA National  as needed
  • Attend all National and Regional Conference calls (or have a representative attend.)

Executive Vice President:

The Executive Vice President performs all executive and other duties  as delegated to him/her by the President, Chapter Board of Directors or Executive Committee, including the general supervision of the activities of assigned committees.

Responsibilities:

  • Plan, guide and follow up on Chapter matters.
  • In the absence of the President , preside at meetings ensuring that the meeting .
  • Ensure direct reports carry out their duties.
  • Assist direct reports to set goals for the applicable year with the help of all board members.
  • Attend all National and Regional Conference calls (as a backup to the Chapter President).

Secretary:

The Secretary is responsible for maintaining the minutes of the  meetings of the Chapter Board of Directors and the Executive Committee.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the accurate documentation and upkeep of the Chapter’s bylaws and other governance documents (i.e. Compliance documents.
  • Ensure chapter documents are kept current, including changes made through an amendment process, and that these documents are available for review at key meetings, if needed (i.e. board roster/contact list).
  • Produce the quarterly report to ALPFA National. This report includes Minutes, Event Analysis, Board Roster, and Org Chart. The report should be prepared on the first week of January, April, July, and September.

VP of Corporate Affairs:

 The VP of Corporate Affairs is responsible for managing relationships with  ALPFA Seattle corporate partners and facilitating engagement with keyboard members and other stakeholders.  The VP manages the corporate affairs committees, consisting of account managers. The VP and committee work closely with other board members and volunteers within programs, membership, marketing, and student affairs to  quality customer care and ROI to chapter corporate partners.

Responsibilities:

  • Reports to Chapter President
  • Attends Monthly BOD meetings & Retreats
  • Required to attend all professional events & Student Summit
  • Responsible for scheduling and leading monthly committee meetings
  • Develops and manages relationship with current and target partner initiatives
  • Works closely with the Programs committee to deliver quality programming to members and corporate partners
  • Works with ALPFA National to understand  provide updates on local relationships and help establish corporate development opportunities.
  • Communicate with key partner contacts in order to assess effectiveness of annual programming

VP of Programs:

The VP of Programs is responsible for the overall planning and execution of professional development, CPE workshops, and marquee events. The VP of programs collaborate closely with the other chapter committees to ensure we offer members and corporate partners value-added events and programs .

Responsibilities:

  • Reports to Chapter President
  • Attends Monthly BOD meetings & Retreats
  • Required to attend all professional events & Student Summit
  • Responsible for scheduling and leading monthly committee conference call
  • Design and deliver events quality, relevant programming for ALPFA Seattle members and corporate partners.
  • Project manager for marquee events, ensuring they are delivered within budget

VP of Marketing & Public Relations:

The VP of Marketing and PR is responsible for the creative marketing strategies that will build the ALPFA brand among our members, sponsors and community.

Responsibilities:

  • Reports to Chapter President
  • Attends Monthly BOD meetings & Retreats
  • Required to attend all professional events & Student Summit
  • Responsible for scheduling and leading monthly committee conference call
  • Maintain relationship with ALPFA National to ensure marketing strategies and branding are aligned
  • Responsible for creating, implementing and measuring the success of  the marketing and public relations plan that will extend the ALPFA brand in the Seattle market

VP of Technology

The Technology Committee is responsible for facilitating the Chapter’s business needs with technology solutions.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop strategies to facilitate BOD business needs.
  • Implement technology standards and develop change management processes.
  • Determine self-service opportunities and educate peers.

Director of Technology

Responsibilities:

  • Reports to VP of Technology
  • Supports VP of Technology in all VP duties, in case VP is not present
  • Responsible for monthly committee meeting minutes, and provides them to the Secretary

Director of Student Affairs:

The Student Affairs Committee is responsible for the development and nurturing of student relationships, initiatives, and programs. The Director of Student Affairs will support the VP of Student affairs in fulfilling these responsibilities.

Responsibilities:

  • Reports to VP of Student Affairs
  • Required to attend local BOD Leadership Retreat
  • Coordinates volunteers for professional chapter events
  • Responsible for monthly committee meeting minute and provides these to Secretary

Director of Membership:

The Membership Committee functions in a team environment creating and implementing strategies to increase and retain talented and qualified members.  The Director of Membership will support the VP of Membership in fulfilling these responsibilities.

Responsibilities:

  • Reports to VP of Membership
  • Required to attend local BOD Leadership Retreat
  • Supports VP of Membership in all duties listed above in case where the VP of Membership is not present
  • Responsible for monthly committee meeting minutes and provides these to Secretary
  • Participates in ALPFA National membership strategy building when VP unable to

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