Secretary/Treasurer Position Description

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Excerpt from Bylaws regarding duties of secretary/treasurer:

ARTICLE XI
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS

SECTION 1. OFFICERS.

… (secretary/treasurer) shall be elected for a term of one year and each shall be a sitting Director for the term of office to which elected.

SECTION 2. DUTIES OF OFFICERS.

The duties of the officers shall be such as their titles, by general usage, would indicate and such as may be assigned to them by the Board of Directors.

What is the role of the ABoR Board of Directors?

Members of the Board of Directors serve as ABoR trustees, determining and demanding appropriate organizational performance. The Board of Directors is the link between ABoR and its members, and it concentrates its efforts in the following areas:

  • Governance Process: How the Board of Directors conceives, carries out and monitors its own task
  • Board/CEO Relationship: Delegation of power and its proper use monitored; the CEO role authority and accountability
  • The assurance of organizational performance
  • MLS Advisory Policy Committee policies and appointments
  • Political Action Committee fundraising; government and public policy positions
  • Professional standards panel appeals

What is my commitment?

ABoR Board of Directors are required to serve a term of three years and attend all regularly scheduled board meetings, typically held once-a-month. Volunteers are encouraged to attend all ABoR functions to take advantage of the opportunity to interact with members.

 

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