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Article XVI - Executive Board Positions

A)    Powers and Duties of the Administrative Aide

1.      The Administrative Aide shall record minutes and attendance of the General Assembly and Executive Board meetings.

2.      The Administrative Aide shall set themes for each General Assembly meeting.

3.      The Administrative Aide shall maintain records including, but not limited to motions, liaison reports, and election ballots.

4.      The Administrative Aide shall manage property, including office and storage space, and maintain inventory control and supplies.

5.      The Administrative Aide shall make and maintain placards for voting procedures.

6.      The Administrative Aide shall administer the Administrative Committee, delegate responsibilities to committee members, and act as a resource to committee members.

7.      If the position of President becomes vacant, the Administrative Aide shall assume the position of President, depending upon a two-thirds majority vote of confidence by the General Assembly representatives. If the Administrative Aide declines the position or does not receive the necessary vote of confidence, he/she will act as President until an election can be held to fill the vacancy.

8.      The Administrative Aide shall uphold the powers and duties of the President in the absence or incapacity of the President to execute said duties.

9.      The Administrative Aide shall be responsible for updating and amending the Constitution and Bylaws as needed.

A.    Powers and Duties of the Programming Communications Coordinator 

1.      The Programming Communications Coordinator shall administer the Programming Committee, delegate responsibilities to committee members, and act as a resource to committee members.

2.      The Programming Communications Coordinator shall plan, publicize, and execute committee-suggested or legislatively-enacted programs for all residents.

3.      The Programming Communications Coordinator, along with the Programming Committee, shall act as resource and support to residents for campus-wide programming.

4.      The Programming Communications Coordinator shall plan and execute events for the General Assembly.

5.      The Programming Communications Coordinator shall support programs and events planned by the other Executive Board officers.

6.      The Programming Communications Coordinator shall serve as the Missouri State University voting representative in all programming business matters of MACURH and NACURH, Inc.

7.      The Programming Communications Coordinator shall be responsible for submitting a monthly report to the Associate Director of Programming within the MACURH region.

B.     Powers and Duties of the National Communications Coordinator (NCC)

1.      The National Communications Coordinator shall fulfill the duties required of him/her by the Midwest Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (MACURH) and the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH), Inc.

2.      The National Communications Coordinator shall organize delegations for all regional and national conferences.

3.      The National Communications Coordinator shall communicate with other NCCs on a regional and national level by participating in weekly online chats, posting on the NACURH forum, checking emails, and other various means of communication.

4.      The National Communications Coordinator shall prepare the NACURH Information Center (NIC) Report and re-affiliation forms.

5.      The National Communications Coordinator shall be responsible for using the NIC as a resource for information.

6.      The National Communications Coordinator shall serve as the Missouri State University voting representative in all NCC business matters of MACURH and NACURH, Inc.

7.      The National Communications Coordinator shall train the NCC-IT for the entirety of the spring semester.

8.      The National Communications Coordinator shall attend all conferences and retreats as required by MACURH and NACURH, Inc.

9.      The National Communications Coordinator shall be responsible for promoting and implementing programming for MACURH and NACURH, Inc. philanthropy projects.

10.  The National Communications Coordinator shall administer the Conference Committee, delegate responsibilities to committee members, and act as a resource to committee members.

C.     Powers and Duties of the Hall and University Enrichment (HUE) Coordinator

1.      The Hall and University Enrichment Coordinator shall administer the Hall and University Enrichment Committee, delegate responsibilities to committee members, and act as a resource for committee members.

2.      The Hall and University Enrichment Coordinator shall work as a liaison to the University and other administrative departments, offices, and officials.

3.      The Hall and University Enrichment Coordinator shall represent student interests and concerns in matters of Department of Residence Life and Services and University policy.

4.      The Hall and University Enrichment Coordinator shall create and distribute a phone number list in a timely manner after the beginning of the fall semester. This list will include on-campus phone numbers, in addition to resourceful Springfield area phone numbers and the cable channel line-up within the residence halls.

5.      The Hall and University Enrichment Coordinator shall be responsible for the RHA Olympics each spring.

6.      The Hall and University Enrichment Coordinator shall be responsible for the holiday lighting competition each fall.

7.      The Hall and University Enrichment Coordinator is responsible for creating and submitting proposals designed to increase the quality of living for on-campus students including, but not limited to, improvements in technologies, facilities, and Residence Life and Services policies and procedures.

D.    Powers and Duties of the Internal Communications Coordinator (ICC)

1.      The Internal Communications Coordinator shall administer the Communications Committee, delegate responsibilities to committee members, and act as a resource for committee members.

2.      The Internal Communications Coordinator shall maintain positive and active public relations with the University and administration for RHA.

3.      The Internal Communications Coordinator shall maintain positive and active public relations within the RHA infrastructure.

4.      The Internal Communications Coordinator shall create and maintain current information on the RHA website.

5.      The Internal Communications Coordinator shall be responsible for updating the three RHA bulletin boards.

6.      The Internal Communications Coordinator shall create and distribute a monthly newsletter containing recent RHA issues.

E.     Powers and Duties of the Leadership Development Coordinator (LDC)

1.      The Leadership Development Coordinator shall be responsible for the planning, staffing, implementation, and execution of all RHA leadership development seminars including, but not limited to, the RHA Fall and Spring Leadership Development Seminars, were hall council student leaders are trained.

2.      The Leadership Development Coordinator shall be responsible for the planning, implementation, and execution of all RHA appreciation and recognition banquets and ceremonies.

3.      The Leadership Development Coordinator shall be responsible for all appreciation programs and recognition awards associated with RHA.

4.      The Leadership Development Coordinator shall administer the Leadership Development Committee, delegate responsibilities to committee members, and act as a resource for committee members.

5.      The Leadership Development Coordinator shall be responsible for organizing information sessions in the spring to promote RHA Executive Board elections.

 

  1. Powers and Duties of the President

1.      The President shall serve as the Missouri State University voting representative in all business matters of MACURH and NACURH, Inc.

2.      The President should ensure that all supportive grants are administered in accordance with the Bylaws.

3.      With the assistance of the RHA Advisor, at the last meeting of every month the President shall give report on the RHA budget. Current spending and planned expenditures should be included. No report will be required the first month of each semester.

 

  1. Powers and Duties of the RHA Advisor

1.      The RHA Advisor shall attend General Assembly meetings and meet on a weekly basis with the Executive Board.

2.      The RHA Advisor shall host weekly one-on-one meetings with each member of the Executive Board.

The RHA Advisor shall be responsible for training the Executive Board before the fall and spring semesters.




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