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Positions and Descriptions

Leadership Team

President

The President shall preside over all meetings and acts as a representative to the Northwest community on behalf of SAC. The President oversees all aspects of SAC.

  1. Represents SAC to the Northwest community, serving as the primary spokesperson unless otherwise assigned.
  2. Communicates with the Executive Board, student body, faculty/staff, and others to address programming concerns.
  3. Presides over all Executive Board Meetings and Business Meetings.
  4. Acts as parliamentarian to ensure compliance with Constitution & Bylaws and Robert’s Rules of Order.
  5. Holds weekly meeting with the SAC Graduate Assistant and Student Involvement Coordinator.
  6. Manages the current communications log.
    1. Reports deficiencies in office hours to Leadership Team.
    2. Issues informal and formal warnings regarding deficiencies and/or dismissal from SAC.
  7. Coordinates bi-annual Executive Board retreats, with assistance from the Leadership Team.
  8. Assists in the creation of the annual SAC budget, with the SAC Graduate Assistant and Student Involvement Coordinator.
    1. Manages and reviews all expenditures.
    2. Provides reports of financial status upon request.
  9. Determines, with assistance from the Leadership team, who attends conferences.
  10. Attends, at minimum, 50% of all SAC programs and/or rotates attendance with the Vice President.
  11. Interviews and selects applicants for the Executive Board, in conjunction with the Leadership Team.

Vice President

The Vice President shall handle all matters of SAC committee membership and perform all duties of the President in their absence. The Vice President serves as the organizational secretary.

  1. Records attendance at all Executive Board and Business Meetings.
  2. Creates minutes for all Executive Board and Business Meetings.
  3. Maintains the organizational email account with assistance from the President.
    1. Sends all official correspondence on behalf of SAC.
  4. Serves as Recruitment and Retention Coordinator.
    1. Plans and executes all recruitment events/efforts, specifically at SOAR.
    2. Oversees the membership retention program.
  5. Performs all duties of the President in their absence.
  6. Holds weekly meeting with the SAC Graduate Assistant and Student Involvement Coordinator.
  7. Attends, at minimum, 50% of all SAC programs and/or rotates attendance with the President.
  8. Interviews and selects applicants for the Executive Board, in conjunction with the Leadership Team.
  9. Determines, with assistance from the Leadership team, who attends conferences.
  10. Performs other duties as assigned by the SAC Graduate Assistant and Student Involvement Coordinator.

Executive Board

Director of Marketing & Promotions

Responsible for the creation and marketing of advertisements for all events through online social media outlets, traditional media outlets, and public awareness strategies.

  1. Serves as Social Media Coordinator.
    1. Responsible for posting on all social media.
    2. Adjust the presentation of posts in accordance with audience engagement.
  2. Serves as point of contact for internal student media including, but not limited to, The Northwest Missourian and KNWT Channel 8.
  3. Serves as point of contact for all external media outlets, such as T.V., radio stations, and off-campus print publications.
  4. Responsible for communicating with University Marketing and Communications regarding events and any special needs of such events.
  5. Responsible for designing and creating promotional items including, but not limited to, flyers, showcase posters, and giveaways.
  6. Responsible for the communication of marketing needs to University Mail & Copy Center.
  7. Responsible for the distribution of, and collection of, all promotional items.
  8. Promotions for each events shall begin in a timely manner, and no later than one month prior to the dates of the event.
  9. Uses guerilla-marketing strategies.
  10. Holds weekly meeting with the SAC Graduate Assistant.
  11. Oversees Marketing and Promotions Committee

Director of Northwest Traditions

Responsible for collaborating with campus offices and departments in the planning of major campus events.

  1. Executes a minimum of one entertainment act or activity during:
    1. Advantage
    2. Family Weekend
    3. Homecoming/Walkout Day
    4. Northwest Week
  2. Collaborates with campus offices and departments to meet the needs of the campus community and purpose of program.
  3. Events can include a variety of entertainment acts such as comedians, magicians, hypnotist, illusionists, and other non-contractual programs.
  4. Holds weekly meeting with the SAC Graduate Assistant.
  5. All events shall be planned one semester in advance of the event date.
  6. Responsible for the completion of event approval process and event data collection.
  7. Responsible for keeping detailed plans of all events, i.e. workflows, contacts, day-of-event timelines.
  8. Oversees the Northwest Traditions Committee.

Director of Concert Programming

Responsible for coordinating one, large-scale, concert/music event per spring semester.

  1. Responsible for collecting data, regarding music genre/artist interests, from the student body.
  2. Takes liberty to ensure fair rotation of genres.
  3. Acts as main student contact for agencies and artists.
  4. Communicates with agencies to gather information about cost, availability, and interest of music artist.
  5. Communicate with campus community to ensure needs of event are met. I.e. University Police, Northwest Athletics.
  6. Creates, with assistance from the Director of Marketing & Promotions, marketing plans for all concert events.
  7. Holds weekly meeting with the SAC Graduate Assistant.
  8. All events shall be planned one semester in advanced of the event date.
  9. Responsible for the completion of event approval process and event data collection.
  10. Responsible for keeping detailed plans of all events, i.e. workflows, contacts, day-of-event timelines.
  11. Oversees the Concert Committee

Director of Late Night & Weekend Programming

Responsible for coordinating late night and weekend programming in an effort to provide alternatives to high-risk, off-campus events.

  1. Plans and executes a variety of programs throughout the academic year, such as comedians, magicians, hypnotists, illusionists, and other non-contractual programs.
  2. Must executes one event per month and seven events in total, per semester.
    1. Events should be allocated to months associated with higher-risk and/or months with more time allotted.
  3. Events shall occur after 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and at any time during the weekend.
  4. Holds weekly meeting with the SAC Graduate Assistant.
  5. All events shall be planned one semester in advanced of the event date.
  6. Responsible for the completion of event approval process and event data collection.
  7. Responsible for keeping detailed plans of all events, i.e. workflows, contacts, day-of-event timelines.
  8. Oversees the Late Night & Weekend Committee.

Directory of Lecture Programming

Responsible for coordinating speakers as part of the SAC Speaks Lecture Series.

  1. Plans and executes a minimum of two speakers per academic year.
  2. Responsible for contracting speakers from a variety of backgrounds, in an effort to increase exposure to relevant topics.
  3. Collaborates with campus offices and departments to meet the needs of the campus community and program accordingly.
  4. Serves as the SAC representative on the University Lecture Series Committee.
  5. Holds weekly meeting with the SAC Graduate Assistant.
  6. All events shall be planned one semester in advanced of the event date.
  7. Responsible for the completion of event approval process and event data collection.
  8. Responsible for keeping detailed plans of all events, i.e. workflows, contacts, day-of-event timelines.
  9. Oversees the Lecture Committee.