We’re Recruiting!

Friends of Sierra Pacific Region! We’re looking for members for two leadership positions: Deputy Director and Treasurer. 

Deputy Director

This is a super exciting but demanding position that overseas the workshop. The workshop is a highlight for many of our members as we come together to train, learn, and connect with each other. If you have a few leadership skills, can create a working team, and love to plan events this position is for you. This is an excellent resume builder!

The Deputy Director will play a critical role in helping the National Association for Interpretation achieve its vision, mission and goals by delivering exceptional member services and professional development. The Deputy Director is a voting officer. S/he will be accountable to the OU Director. This position will be instrumental in ensuring consistent and effective internal processes and communications in order to strengthen NAI’s nonprofit programs and position the organization for continued success.

Term: This volunteer position is elected for a three-year term by the section’s general membership.

Duties

  • Participate in quarterly & as needed meetings with the OU Board and Leadership Team.
  • Worksop Chair
  • Assist OU Director by ensuring OU core member services are met in accordance to Advisory Council’s Organizational Unit Core Services Evaluation Form.
  • Assume Interim OU Director Role if Director cannot full-fill term.
  • Attend Advisory Council meetings if the Director cannot fulfill this commitment.
  • Other duties as assigned by OU Director.

Qualifications: Must be an NAI member in good standing

Preferred Qualifications

  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to NAI’s vision, mission and goals.
  • A successful track record in setting priorities, shaping processes, guiding and investment in people, and developing an infrastructure that creates a stronger and more efficient organization.
  • Commitment to professional development and networking of OU Members via conferences and other creative methods.

Time Obligations: Varies based on activities. On average, approximately 2-4 hours monthly. Hours increase during workshop planning months.

Treasurer

It’s that time of year to nominate your colleagues or yourself of course for Treasurer. There are so many benefits in becoming a board member for NAI Sierra Pacific Region.   Meeting new amazing people and a good check mark on your resume are just a few.

Do you like keeping the books! Managing the numbers!  Making decisions on how to spend these funds?  Here’s  your chance!!!

The chapter-wide election for this position will be held in the Fall and all Sierra Pacific members will have an opportunity to vote.  The rest of our current Board is in the midpoint of their terms.

The Regional Treasurer will play a critical role in helping the National Association for Interpretation achieve its vision, mission and goals by delivering exceptional member services and professional development. The Treasurer is a voting officer and will be accountable to the Region Director. This position will be instrumental in ensuring consistent and effective internal processes and communications in order to strengthen NAI’s nonprofit programs and position the organization for continued success.

Term

  • The term will be for three (3) years.
  • Elections are determined by the section’s general membership.
  • This is a volunteer position.

Duties

  • Guide the leadership team to develop, prepare and approve the section’s annual budget.
  • Compare the actual revenues and expenses incurred against the budget for each quarter.
  • Ensure the Region remains in compliance with NAI’s financial policies and guidelines.
  • Approve and complete section transactions, as well as required financial reporting forms in a timely fashion.
  • Keep the Region Leadership Team regularly informed of key financial events, trends and concerns.
  • Provide annual financial reports to the members at the section meeting.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director.

Time Obligations

  • Varies depending on the time of year, section activities, and any additional roles or committees assumed.
  • Estimated average time is 2-4 hours per month; more during the annual Regional Workshop

Minimum Qualifications

  • Must be a current NAI member in good standing.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Knowledge of and ability to use a variety of software, such as the Microsoft Office Suite and Google Drive.
  • Ability to manage paper and electronic files.
  • Keen financial understanding and experience developing and balancing budgets.

To Apply for either of these positions:

You need to submit the following 3 items by AUGUST 12, 2019

  1. A short biography (under 150 words),
  2. A position statement (what you bring to the table, also under 150 words)
  3. A jpg headshot of yourself

Please send nominations to Robin Joy at robinjoy@Mcn.org or Lisa Borok at laborok@gmail.com. Deadline is August 11th.

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