Vice President of Committee of Management
The Vice President works closely with the President and has a similar level of knowledge and organisational skill. They will also assume the role and responsibilities of President if the President is unavailable.
Commitment to the work of Pink Cross – Knowledge and skills in one or more areas of board governance: policy, finance, programs and personnel -Signing authority on board’s behalf for financial and legal purposes – Willingness to serve on at least one committee – Attendance at quarterly Board meetings – Time commitment of 10 hours per month, (includes Board preparation, research, learning/education, committee and meeting time) -Attendance at Annual General Meeting -Be informed of the services provided by Pink Cross and publicly support them -Prepare for and participate in the discussions and the deliberations of the Board -To foster a positive working relationship with other Board members, and Pink Cross volunteers and staff -Be aware and abstain from any conflict of interest
Establish overall long and short term goals, objectives and priorities for Pink Cross in meeting the needs of the community -Fulfil Chair position in the absence of the President, at Board meetings -Be an active member of the Board -A signing authority on behalf of the Board for financial and legal purposes – Adhere to general duties outlined in the board member job description – Act in a senior position to the ‘understudy’ Vice President who will be learning from you.
Annually review the Vice-Chair/President’s job description. Recommended changes are presented to the Board for ratification.
To apply, email your resume to: email@example.com. Please include a short letter of presentation noting your specialist field and what we would both (you, and Pink Cross) gain from your appointment as a Committee of Management member.