North Richland Hills, TX 76180
We are looking for new board members to join us in this great work as we prepare to launch. Responsibilities Serve as a leading ambassador of The Village Thinker, Inc.'s mission, programs, and services. Agree to a two-year board term with the option of renewal for three consecutive terms. Regularly attend and prepare for quarterly Board meetings and important related meetings. Commit to professional development (one or two training sessions are recommended per year either through The Village Thinker, Inc. or other organizations). Volunteer for and willingly accept assignments and complete them thoroughly and on time. Serve on at least one sub-committee, preferably as a chair, and attend committee meetings. Make a serious commitment to participate actively in Board work. Prepare and approve necessary organizational policies. Commit to an annual philanthropic commitment as determined by the individual board member and fundraise/recruit members on behalf of the organization. Participate in annual self-evaluation of personal board service. Be knowledgeable about The Village Thinker, Inc.s’ mission, vision, programs, and events. Stay informed about Board matters, prepare themselves for meetings, and review and comment on issues of importance. Participate in the creation of a strategic plan and conduct an annual review of the strategic plan. Get to know other Board members and stakeholders and build a collegial working relationship that contributes to consensus. Respond to requests for feedback or decisions between meetings in a timely manner. Understand financial statements or commit to learning about nonprofit financial oversight. Qualifications for Service Past or current engagement with nonprofits (e.g., partnership, membership, content providers, etc.) Interest in and willingness to support The Village Thinker, Inc.'s goals and objectives Initiative Integrity Analytical ability Sensitivity and awareness Leadership Sound decision-making ability Planning skills Ability to organize and monitor work Collaborative Ability to easily use email and other technology such as cloud services Commitment to open and honest communication Board members may serve as an At-Large Member, Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer, or Secretary.
Date Posted: Jan 25, 2023
Are you deeply interested in serving on a non-profit board with the heart to use your administrative skills? We are seeking an executive administrator with a passion for education and non-profit administration. Tasks may vary, but as we are in the pre-launch phase, you will be tasked with helping the executive director with staffing and onboarding activities. As the executive assistant, you will also help with development tasks. Tracking grant proposals, managing the development calendar, and keeping the director and board members aware of deadlines and time frames. The executive assistant also assists with fundraising and event planning. As the director's assistant, you will be responsible for gathering and maintaining the documents that are necessary to ensure compliance, including the tracking of board meeting minutes, and preparing reports. You are a critical member of the team.
Date Posted: Jan 25, 2023