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ORGANIZATION: SCIALL ORG INC

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SciAll.org is currently seeking 7 individuals to fill the following positions on the SciAll.org board. The vacant positions and their subsequent responsibilities are as follows:

President

  • Establish organization priorities: The President, in partnership with the Vice President, will set the priorities for the organization each quarter and report progress to goals every month and call to vote approval of previous meeting minutes by the chapter board at each meeting.

  • Lead board meetings: The President will set the monthly agenda for board meetings, disseminate the agenda to board members at least 24 hours prior, and lead monthly meetings in accordance with the agenda. The president will also call to vote on any matters that impact SciAll.org’s organizational structure or established operations, including but not limited to, a change in SciAll.org Board operations.

  • Support organization events: The President shall be responsible for making an appearance at all external affairs activities on behalf of SciAll.org to support relationship development and organizational presence.

Vice President

  • Establish and Maintain Systems: The Vice President shall be responsible for appropriately managing the implementation of systems for internal operations such as Google Suite, Slack, Performance Management systems, etc. This includes ensuring that every board member is onboarded to said systems and has the appropriate access.

  • Documentation: The Vice President shall be responsible for all record-keeping related to the internal operations of the board. This includes documenting and sharing clear meeting minutes to record all board member discussions, including meeting attendance, resolutions, results of any votes taken at any time, and a full repository of contact information for fellow board members and storing them appropriately on the Shared Drive.

  • Bylaws: The Vice President shall ensure bylaws are up-to-date and adhered to, and shall facilitate any amendments to bylaws when voted on. This includes changes to the roles, responsibilities, and duties of each board member position.

Treasurer

  • Financial Management: The Treasurer shall develop financial policies and procedures to ensure SciAll.org is properly abiding by local, state, and federal accounting practices. This includes the development of risk management strategies, such as a yearly meeting with an accountant, to protect the organization during an audit or cash shortage.

  • Financial Documentation: The Treasurer shall document all financial reporting for SciAll.org. This includes updating the Annual Operating Budget monthly to ensure the board can carry out their respective activities with current knowledge about the status of the organizational budget.

  • Stipends/Allowances: The Treasurer shall be responsible for approving reports for and distributing funds to any member of the organization, including volunteers, board members, or staff, when appropriate.

External Affairs Sub-committee (2 positions available)

  • Marketing & Communications: The External Affairs Subcommittee shall develop and implement a marketing and communications strategy that outlines policies and procedures for branding, tone, messaging, and overall digital presence of SciAll.org.

  • Community Engagement: The External Affairs Subcommittee shall develop and implement policies and procedures for reviewing and responding to the ideas, suggestions, and perceptions of individuals, community groups, and the general public.

  • Partnership Engagement: The External Affairs Subcommittee shall develop and implement a strategy for identifying and engaging with relevant stakeholders in order to meet SciAll.org’s organizational goals and objectives. This should include the development of policies and procedures for initial engagement and ongoing relationship management.

Development Subcommittee (2 positions available)

  • Financial Assessment: The Development Subcommittee shall be responsible for working closely with the Treasurer to assess and have ongoing knowledge of the current financial risks for SciAll.org, based on the current fund balance, net assets, and cash reserves.

  • Fundraising Strategy: The Development Subcommittee shall Identify a clear plan of action for how to fundraise effectively. This should outline the organization's current financial status, as well as, monthly, quarterly and annual funding goals.

  • Fundraising Opportunities: The Development Subcommittee shall be responsible for working with the External Affairs Subcommittee to identify opportunities for funding that align with the goals and objectives of SciAll.org.

Interested applicants should meet the following criteria:

  • Include a resume with relevant personal, professional or academic experience

  • Include two references that speak to personal, professional or academic credibility

  • Ability to commit to serving as a board member for a 1-year term.

  • Ability to articulate why you want to serve as a board member.

  • Ability to express how your lived experience will bring value to the board.

  • Ability to demonstrate leadership skills, specifically the ability to communicate and collaborate responsibly.

More opportunities with SCIALL ORG INC

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About SCIALL ORG INC

Location:

3275 GOLD RUN RD, BOULDER, CO 80302, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to expand and diversify public interest in science.

Description

SciAll is a passion project, run by a diverse team of volunteer scientists that care about justice, equity, and inclusion. Through our work, we seek to humanize scientists, demystify the process of scientific discovery, and make STEM career mentoring accessible to all.

CAUSE AREAS

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Environment
Children & Youth, Education & Literacy, Environment

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Administrative Support
  • Program Management
  • Professional Development
  • Resource Development / Management
  • Critical Thinking
  • Relationship Building

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • 10 hours per month maximum
  • Willingness to join a team of eager scientists looking to make STEM accessible for all!

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