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Pride Commissioners

Duties and Powers
1) Stay abreast of the political environment of the campus community.
2) Attend all meetings.
3) Begin a rough list of events for Pride week and assist the Vice Co-Chairs to build a Pride Steering Committee by the end of Fall quarter. In addition to helping construct the Pride Committee, they will assist other board members with their projects. By the start of Winter Quarter, they will begin actively organizing Pride. By the ninth week of Winter quarter complete all contracts and funding for Pride.
4) Hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours.
5) Assist the Internal Coordinator in planning/executing QLC townhall meetings.
6) Attend all QLC meetings.


Vice Co-Chairs

Powers and Duties

1) Vice Co-Chairs will serve as the Co-Chairs of the Pride Steering Committee and be in charge of constructing and facilitating the Pride Steering Committee and plan UCSB/Isla Vista Pride.
2) Report progress of the Pride Steering Committee to the rest of the Associated Students Queer Commission Weekly.
3) Attend all meetings.
4) Begin a rough schedule and budget for Pride week and build a Pride Steering Committee by the end of Fall quarter. In addition to constructing the Pride Committee, they will assist other board members with their projects. By the start of Winter Quarter, they will begin actively organizing Pride. By the ninth week of Winter quarter complete all contracts and funding for Pride.
5) Responsible for outreaching to appoint Vice-Chairs by the end of Spring Quarter in a timely manner if not elected during Spring Elections.
6) Hold a minimum of three (3) regularly scheduled office hours per week.
7) Assume all duties and responsibilities in the absence of the Co-Chairs.


Pardall Center Governance Board: Treasurer

Duties of the Treasurer

  1. Shall keep and maintain, or cause to be kept and maintained, adequate and correct books and records of accounts of the properties and business transactions of the Pardall Center Governance Board.
  2. Shall prepare the Board’s budget for the following year in conjunction with the Chair and Vice-Chair.
  3. Shall give a weekly fiscal report to the Board.
  4. Shall be responsible for collecting all requisitions and returning them to the Chairs.
  5. Must complete requisition forms for any OSL that has been approved funding by the board within a week of the meeting in which it was approved.
  6. Attend one A.S. Finance and Business Committee meeting per quarter.
  7. Hold one (1) office hour per week at the Pardall Center.

Peer Advisor

Responsibilities

  • Attend weekly Board meetings
  • Present at least TWO Grant Workshop presentations per quarter
  • Facilitate one-on-one advising appointments with students regarding financial questions
  • Compose notes and advice memos for each Peer Advising appointment
  • Does not have voting power

Digital Media Officer

  1. )  Manage and keep CFF website up to date.
    1. a)  Post a sign up link for workshops.
    2. b)  Post promotional materials for workshops and speaker series.
  2. )  Create a database of financial resources available to students.

External Vice President of Statewide Affairs Office: Fund The UC Campaign Coordinator

The UCSA Campaign Coordinators shall be responsible for managing one UCSA campaign projects each and shall serve as the point of contact for said campaign. The amount of UCSA Campaign Coordinators hired will depend on the number of UCSA campaigns as decided at the UC Student Organizing Summit.

  1. Attend all EVPSA staff meetings and quarterly retreats.
  2.  Collaborate with other entities within A.S. to further the goals of any UCSA campaign they are working on.
  3.   Regularly check in with the UCSA campaign coordinator overseeing their campaign.
  4.  Attend UCSA Board meetings as needed to further campaign goals.
  5.  Serve a minimum of two (2) office hours per week.
  6.  Serve a term of one (1) academic year.

Mental Health Conference Team Assistant

Please apply using the following link: http://tinyurl.com/ASPMHBoardApp

– Shall assist in the planning of the Mental Health Conference, while keeping complete transparency.

– Shall assist in discussion and serve as an available aid to the Conference Team Coordinators and other commission members in their event and project planning

– Overall, they are assisting with the needs of the conference team coordinators and will serve as part of the sub committee.


Mental Health Special Projects Coordinator

Please apply using the following link: http://tinyurl.com/ASPMHBoardApp

– Shall maintain awareness of mental health issues locally, nationally, and in the University of California system.

– Shall host at least (1) event or program per quarter related to mental health issues.

– Shall actively be working on a project which will address mental health concerns within the UCSB community.

–  Create a strategy chart and give themselves a set of deadlines that will lead to the end of the quarter or the completion of the project.

– At the end of the quarter turn in a debrief of the progress made in the quarter and any changes the project may need to the secretary.

–  Shall provide a weekly report to the commission with project updates and current mental health concerns in the community.

–  Shall attend a minimum of (3) UCSB Active Minds meetings per quarter and provide them with updates regarding the work and projects of the Public and Mental Health Commission.

–  Shall hold a minimum of two (2) office hours per week


Non-Traditional + First Generation Student Representative

Please apply using the following link: http://tinyurl.com/ASPMHBoardApp

Duties of the Non-Traditional and First-Generation Student Representative:

-Shall maintain awareness of public health and mental health concerns within the Non- traditional and First-Generation Student community.

– Shall host at least two (2) events or programs per quarter that are directed towards the non-traditional and first-generation student community.

– Shall attend at least 3 Non-traditional and First-Generation Student community meetings per quarter and facilitate discussion on pertinent public health and mental health concerns.

– Shall keep the rest of the committee up to date on public health and mental health concerns within the Non-traditional and First-Generation Student community.

– Shall provide a weekly report to the Commission with project updates and current public health and mental health concerns within the community.

– Shall hold a minimum of two (2) office hours per week.


Media and Marketing Coordinator

– Maintain the website, shoreline, social media groups, pages, and accounts and update them regularly.
– Create flyers for the committee’s projects, initiatives, and any information relevant to the committee’s work.
– Make tri-weekly Associated Students emails to the student body outlining recently passed resolutions and BCU/OSL updates.
– Work with the committee chair to publish committee meeting minutes and policy briefs.


Federal, State, UC Policy Analysts

– The Policy Analysts run the committee think tank for global, federal, and state legislation research policy, and provides guidance around policy issues to the External Affairs Committee.
– Remain thoroughly informed on all relevant proceedings, legislation, and policy related to the work of the External Affairs Committee and the respective federal, state, or UC level.
– Publish weekly policy briefs pertaining to issues and legislations relevant to the student body and association.
– Work in partnership with the committee and Senate to pass resolutions related to global, national, and statewide issues.

Please attach a 1-2 page writing sample.

 


CODE 2021-2022 Racial Justice Outreach Coordinator

  • Serve as a liaison to EOP resource centers, A.S. SCORE, Black Women’s Health Collaborative, student org, etc. to publicize Commission programs.
  • Represent the Commission during relevant meetings and events to address accessibility concerns.
  • Works collaboratively with general members to organize and facilitate events or community spaces regarding the intersection of racism and ableism at least once (1) per quarter

To apply, please fill out the following Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdGwBrHRh5CMfuic4MfwKbSl_OAPCoS9VRPWxwclccUCT7tLg/viewform


CODE 2021-2022: Programming and Marketing Director

  • Attends at least (2) Commission events per quarter
  •  Collaborates with Outreach Coordinators for the creation of publicity materials
  • Be responsible for arranging necessary accommodations for all Commission events and ensuring that events account for diverse support needs 
  • Maintains and updates the A.S. CODE website, social media (Instagram and Discord server), and contacts other publicity media sources (ex: The Daily Nexus, KCSB, The Bottom Line) regularly throughout the year
  • Takes pictures of events and meetings and uploads them to our website’s gallery

To apply, please fill out the following Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdGwBrHRh5CMfuic4MfwKbSl_OAPCoS9VRPWxwclccUCT7tLg/viewform


CODE: Historian and Meeting Recording Officer

  • Records minutes of all meetings and distributes/emails them to all members of the Commission and Associated Students’ Senate.
  • Organizes and keeps an updated contact list of Commission members and those interested in the Commission
  • Updates public virtual archive (Google shared Drive) of CODE events, resources, website, programs, etc. 
  • Collaborates and actively communicates with fellow Commissioners and general members to interdependently establish and maintain a record of our long-term ideas and progress

CODE: Historian and Meeting Recording Officer

  • Records minutes of all meetings and distributes/emails them to all members of the Commission and Associated Students’ Senate.
  • Organizes and keeps an updated contact list of Commission members and those interested in the Commission
  • Updates public virtual archive (Google shared Drive) of CODE events, resources, website, programs, etc. 
  • Collaborates and actively communicates with fellow Commissioners and general members to interdependently establish and maintain a record of our long-term ideas and progress

External Vice President of Statewide Affairs: International Representative

Will provide student input to administrative bodies, create policy proposals regarding the quality of student mental health and wellness services, and monitor major student health concerns.

The official duties of the Transfer Representative are:

  1. Attend all EVPSA weekly staff meetings and quarterly retreats.
  2. Serve a minimum of two (2) office hours per week.
  3. Serve a term of one (1) academic year.

External Vice President of Statewide Affairs: Community Outreach Liaison

The Community Outreach Liaisons will focus on bridging the gap between campus orgs, AS
entities, student groups, and the EVPSA office to help carry out the office’s goals.

1) Serve as a liaison to the local Isla Vista/Goleta/Santa Barbara nonprofits, organizations,
and other groups as needed to support the campaigns and efforts organized by the
Organizing Director.
2) Maintain consistent working relationships between the Organizing Director and all
aforementioned student and local groups, serving as the primary point of contact.
3) Serve as a liaison to the A.S. Student Commission on Racial Equity, A.S. Commission on Marginalized Genders, A.S. Trans & Queer Commission, A.S. Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention
Committee, and A.S. Environmental Affairs Board.
4) Attend all EVPSA staff meetings and quarterly retreats.
5) Attend all Organizing Staff meetings.
6) Serve two (2) office hours per week.
7) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.


External Vice President of Statewide Affairs: Deputy Organizing Director

The Deputy Organizing Director will assist the Organizing Director in their duties:

1) Oversee the Community Outreach Liaisons in conjunction with the Organizing Director.
2) Assist the Organizing Director with all campus advocacy efforts.
3) Assist the Organizing Director in the execution of their duties, and in the absence of the
Organizing Director, assume their duties.
4) Attend UCSA Board meetings when the Organizing Director is unable to attend.
5) Take minutes at every Organizing Staff meeting and keep the Organizing Staff’s calendar
up to date.
6) Oversee and manage fellows in conjunction with the Deputy Chief of Staff.
7) Attend all EVSPA staff meetings and quarterly retreats.
8) Serve two (2) office hours per week.
9) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.


Treasurer

Duties and Responsibilities of the Treasurer:

1. Process orders and payments for books for the A.S. Book Bank
2. Create a detailed journal to keep track of all expenditures to report back to the committee
3.  Prepare the committee’s budget request for the following year in conjunction with the Co-Chairs and present at Budget Hearing
4. Prepare budget reports detailing all expenditures of the A.S. Book Bank
5. Manage all requisition forms.
6. Co- plan, strategize and order books being purchased from designated budget from text book request forms with the External Chair and Secretary in the best interest of the students and the Book Bank. 
7. Organize/ strategize purchases set on Gauchobooks extension site being revamped by the  Internal chair and marketing team

Secretary

Duties and Responsibilities of the Secretary:

1. Take minutes at the general body meeting and executive minutes and send them to be approved by Senate
2. Respond to emails sent to and regarding the A.S. Book Bank
3. Compile the list of suggested books to be ordered by the A.S. Book Bank in collaboration with the chairs
4. Co- plan, strategize and order books being purchased from designated budget from text book request forms with Treasurer and External Co-Chair in the best interest of the students and the Book Bank. 

Marketing interns

Duties and Responsibilities of Marketing interns:

1)  Serve as an official representative of The Book Bank during outreach and community events 
2)  Organize and create media in order to best inform UCSB students and community members of Book Bank and other relevant textbook issues and events. Utilize campus, community, national and online media outlets.
3)  Coordinate with all other chairs regarding events and activities that need to be publicized.
4)  Maintain all social media accounts affiliated with the Book Bank

5) Participate in and develop social media campaigns, that focus on inclusive and diverse uses of the Book Bank or projects that are currently advocating in order to increase publicity to the student body at UCSB. 

6)  Up keep new website and update it with current Book Bank events, news, and media.
7)  Develop, order and maintain Publicity materials 
8) Work and revamp absorbed website extension site (Gauchobooks) alongside Internal Co-chair in order to extend purchases to a student to the Book Bank textbook increase 

Outreach Chair

Duties and Powers of the Outreach chairs:

1)  Either choose to manage or create a  Book Bank project  from when position begins or start a new campaign. Campaigns may include but are not limited to introducing the Book Bank source on campus, networking with other orgs in creating an increase of book donations for the Book Bank. Projects must focus on creating an atmosphere for students not only to donate but also use the Book Bank. 

 2)  Create a detailed journal to keep track of campaigns/projects on a quarterly basis
3)  Follow general campaign strategy and reach out to advisor for guidance. Structure varies by quarter:

a) Fall: Identify campaign goals, team, roles, potential allies/stakeholders, relevant resources, create a detailed timeline, and begin outreach to important stakeholders

b) Winter: Reflect on Fall Quarter with Advisor and Chairs and re-adjust timeline and goals. Collaborate with other organizations and allies.

c) Spring: Reflect and reformulate timeline and goals and determine status for the succeeding year and incoming leadership if an ongoing campaign.

4)  Collaborate with relevant on- and off-campus organizations.
5)  Involve non-voting and voting members in the chosen campaign
 6)  If campaign to span more than elected year, train successors.

External Chair

Duties and Powers of the External Co-Chair:

1. Co- plan, strategize and order books being purchased from designated budget from text book request forms with Treasurer and Secretary in the best interest of the students and the Book Bank. 

2) Coordinate activities of the voting and non-voting members of the Book Bank

3)  Serve as official representatives and spokesperson of Book Bank and chair the weekly meetings.

4)  Organize and chair general meetings.

5)  Attend at least one (1) Senate meeting per quarter to report on the activity of the Book Bank.

6)  Hold a minimum of four (4) office hours per week.

7)  Act in the capacity of any officer, coordinator or liaison in the event of that person’s absence.

8) Maintain good relations with faculty and staff when projects and events are in works

9) Train successor Chairs.


Internal Chair

Duties and Powers of the Internal Co-Chairs:

1. Plan and execute the quarterly Book Bank Drive at the end of the Quarter 
2. Set up and pick up the donation pick up boxes every week 1 of each Quarter and week 10 of the quarter 
3. Delegate and train upon tasks to volunteers in labeling, organizing, and cataloging for the Book Bank 
4. Recruit volunteers for the Book Bank to service in maintaining the functions of the Book Bank. 
5. Meet with  internal Co chairs for support and updates on volunteer projects and delegation of work of current books donated during specific Quarter.  
6. Work and revamp absorbed website extension site (Gauchobooks) alongside marketing interns in order to extend purchases to a student to the Book Bank textbook increase 
a. Organize/ strategize purchases set on Gauchobooks site with Treasurer 

External Student Coordinator

        • The External Student Coordinator is best suited for people who love collaboration. This role is meant to be the LHP’s liaison with community members.
      • Duties
      • Conduct outreach with other student organizations.
      •   Archive current student activism.
      • Organize general members’ content.
      • Schedule/contact people for end of quarter events, workshops, projects

Chair

  • The Chair position is best suited for leaders who are passionate about student activism.  This role is meant to provide and enforce direction to further establish the Living History Project amongst students and on campus.
    • Must be:
      • Passionate about student activism
      • Organized
      • Self-motivated
      • Able to multitask
      • *Previous research experience preferred
    • Duties:
      • Organize general meetings
      • Record meeting minutes
      • Act in the capacity that the Social Media/Marketing Coordinator, Internal Student Coordinator, and External Student Coordinator cannot fulfill their duties
      • Oversee activities of the voting and non-voting members of LHP
      • Oversee accomplishment of other Voting Board Members’ tasks
      • Draft yearly and quarterly budget
      • Hold a minimum of two weekly office hours
      • Guide overall direction of the organization
      • Train successor Chairs
      • Collaborate with other student/AS entities
      • Perform logistical research and execution for events
      •  Meet with researchers to discuss their assignments and approve their topics.
      • Approve social media campaigns.

Public Relations Officer

Be responsible for regularly updating and educating the campus community about meetings, programs, and projects of the Commission.

Maintain and update the A.S. CODE website, campus news sources (ex: The Daily Nexus), and our social media platforms.

  • Works with the A.S. External Vice President of Statewide Affairs, A.S. State Affairs Organizing Director, DSP, and fellow commissioners to promote public awareness of the issues addressed in the Commission through legislation and student-focused advocacy events.
  • Present a report of public relations developments weekly to the Commission

Financial Relations Officer

  • attend bi-weekly senate meetings to discuss the commission’s financial strategic planning and budget concerns
  • inform fellow commissioners about these budget changes and concerns
  • help to plan and actively coordinate events and activities for the commission given the allotted budget for the quarter and for the upcoming year

Internal Affairs Committee: Senator Position

We are looking for 3 Senators. Any students are welcome to apply for the Student Representative at large, but Senator positions are closed to current 71st Senate members only.


Public Relations/Media Coordinator

 

  • Work with the Second Pro-Tempore to publish weekly legislation reports on all available platforms, including but not limited to all Internal Vice President social media accounts
  • Work with the Coordinator(s) of Internal Affairs to publish weekly reports on the projects/work of all Boards, Commissions, and Units 
  • Be available to support the efforts of any other projects or members in the Office of the Internal Vice President 

 

 


Womxn’s Health Coordinator

The A.S. Commission on Student Well Being is a body concerned with the holistic well being of
UCSB undergraduate students. Its purpose is to increase awareness, educate, advocate and serve as a reference point for student social services on campus and locally. Additionally, the
commission will create and promote programs focused on providing a positive, comfortable and educational learning experience for all on campus.

The COSWB Womxn’s Health shall serve as the leader of AuntFlow and UCSB Maintenance program in order to establish relations with a company to provide free menstrual products on campus. Due the immense need for such a program at UCSB, the creation of such a program relates to COSWB’s mission statement. A womxn’s health coordinator position under COSWB will achieve the implementation and continued oversight of a free menstrual product program on campus, along with other duties related to womxn’s health issues.
Roles/Responsibilities of the Womxn’s Health Coordinator:

– Shall plan, organize, and coordinate at least one Womxn’s Health related event per quarter
– Shall work to implement and oversee a sustainable, long-term program providing free menstrual products on campus while recognizing that menstrual health is not solely a womxn’s related issue
– Shall be open to working or collaborating on other womxn’s health related projects as well
– Serve as an available aid to other Coordinators in their event planning
– One (1) collaboration with a womxn’s health-related organization


Print Media Officer

Duties and Responsibilities of the Print Media Officer: 

  • Create and print out promotional and print materials for quarterly workshops: promotional flyer, ticket, checklist, quiz, quiz answer key 
  • Create and print out promotional and print materials for Spring Speaker Series: flyers, additional handouts for speakers 
  • Create and print out organization promotional materials and flyers for tabling and advertisement

Information Officer

Duties and Responsibilities of the Information Officer: 

  • Work closely with the coordinator and select, manage and source information resources – both hard copy and electronic – to meet the committee’s requirements and manage communications. 
  • Compile a record book of list of events that committees have done, usually using special computer applications, for easy access and retrieval. 
  • Responsible for keeping and updating minutes for weekly meetings for the committee. 
  • Responsible for tabling with Network Officer at Open House and Special Programs 
  • Update grant workshop’s presentation “Financial Literacy Basics” every quarter 

Data Analytics Officer

Duties and Responsibilities of the Data Analytics Officer: 

  • Shall compile and interpret the program’s data from surveys in order to further the CFF mission. 
  • Produces a quarterly data report with the Coordinator in order to assess the Fund’s efficiency and predict future needs. 
  • In charge of making and overseeing quarterly workshop evals. 
  • Sign in forms when necessary as an authorized signer 

External Vice Chair

Duties and Responsibilities of the External Vice Chair: 

  • Serve as a point of contact between CFF and entities outside of AS. 
  • Works with the Networking officer to book special events. 
  • Assist with the Chair to set up the special topics class and work on curriculum. 
  • Coordinate with Financial Aid office to keep track of grants 
  • Manage and coordinate partnership with other A.S. entities in the distribution of grants. 

Internal Student Coordinator

The Internal Student Coordinator position is best suited for people interested in conducting and training others in research.  This role is meant to guide general members through their research and serve as a resource throughout the process.

 

  • Must be:
    • Passionate about student activism
    • Organized
    • Self-motivated
    • Previous research experience preferred
    • WordPress experience preferred
    • Professional writing experience a bonus
  • Duties:
    • Coordinate with General Members
    • Draft General Meetings
    • Create drafted General Meeting Quarterly Outline
    • Assist General Members with research
    • Draft and enforce General Member Research Requirements
    • Create content throughout the quarter
    • Create research workshops
    • Copyedit general member content
    • Publish General Member content to website
    • Maintain website
    • Coordinate with Special Collections to support General Member research

Researcher

Researcher Responsibilities:

1. Conduct one research project each quarter (individually or within a group)
2. Share your quarterly research project with general members
3. Coordinate with the LHP External Student Coordinator and the rest of the Board to pick topics that are relevant to student org/groups’ needs

Researcher Skills:

No previous experience required!
Passionate about student activism
Organized, motivated, and independent worker
Podcasting skills a plus, but not required
Research experience a plus, but not required

Social Media/Marketing Coordinator

The Social Media & Marketing Coordinator position is best suited for people who appreciate creative storytelling and digital media. This role is meant to continue to grow the presence of the Living History Project on campus and make this resource accessible to the general public. 

 

  • Must be:
    • Passionate about research and uncovering past instances of student activism
    • Knowledgeable of how to navigate social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.) 
    • A self-starter; Willing to pursue own creative projects 
    • Able to keep up with job with little supervision
    • Understanding of on-campus marketing strategies (tabling, Digiknows, flyering, etc.) 

*Experience using Adobe software, Microsoft Office and other editing software preferred 

 

  • Duties:
    • Manage all social media pages 
    • Create campaigns & content that will continue to expand the reach of LHP 
    • Advertise LHP to stimulate new general membership 
    • Market events (Trivia Night, Symposium, etc.) to general UCSB population 
    • Ensure that all content being published by LHP is academic and accurate 
    • Provide support for LHP general members 
    • Engage with other campus entities, groups and organizations for collaborations 

Vice Chair

Hiring Descriptions

Vice Chair:

The Vice Chair position is best suited for leaders who are passionate about student activism.  This role is meant to provide and enforce direction to further establish the Living History Project amongst students and on campus.

 

  • Must be:
    • Passionate about student activism
    • Organized
    • Self-motivated
    • Able to multitask

*Previous research experience preferred

  • Duties:
    • Organize general meetings alongside Chair
    • Record meeting minutes
    • Act in the capacity that the Social Media/Marketing Coordinator, Internal Student Coordinator, and External Student Coordinator cannot fulfill their duties
    • Oversee activities of the voting and non-voting members of LHP alongside Chair
    • Oversee accomplishment of other Voting Board Members’ tasks alongside Chair
    • Draft yearly and quarterly budget alongside Chair
    • Hold a minimum of two weekly office hours
    • Guide overall direction of the organization alongside Chair
    • Train successor Vice Chairs
    • Collaborate with other student/AS entities
    • Perform logistical research and execution for events alongside Chair

Public Safety Commission: Law Enforcement Liaison

a)  Work with Public Safety Commission in discussing, implementing, and evaluating any specific matters of safety in Isla Vista.

b)  Act as a liaison to Isla Vista Foot Patrol, Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District, and any other safety-relevant Isla Vista entities (groups or individuals).

c)  Table six (6) hours per quarter.

 


Public Relations Coordinator

In this position, you will promote different projects and resources on campus that are basic needs related. You will help the committee run social media pages, such as Instagram, and work to advertise and promote the committee.


Treasurer

In this position, you will deal with the Basic Needs Committee budget. You will help with funding, if necessary, keep us on track with projects and the funds we have/need, and become an F&B signer.

Deputy Chief of Staff

Organize and manage the Associated Students Executive Fellowship as outlined in Article XVI of the A.S. By-laws with the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Office of the President.

Assist the Chief of Staff in the execution of their duties.

Be responsible for the function of the Office of the Internal Vice President fellows.

Serve a minimum of four (4) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all responsibilities of the position.

Serve a term of one (1) academic year.


Chief of Staff

Attend all meetings on the IVP’s behalf when the IVP cannot attend.

Be responsible for the general administrative and clerical functions of the IVP office.

Shall be responsible for maintaining a binder with copies of all requisitions for the IVP office.

Organize and facilitate weekly staff meetings and quarterly retreats.

Check in with office staff at least three (3) times per quarter to provide support and guidance in their work.

Serve as the official Associated Students representative to the following Academic Senate and Administrative Advisory Committees: Council on Planning and Budget.

Stay informed on all actions, legislations, and pending business of the Academic Senate and, to the best of their ability, advocate on behalf of students when issues that affect students are discussed.

Serve a minimum of four (4) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all responsibilities of the position.

Shall communicate extensively with the Academic Affairs component at each University of California student government.

Attends all interviews involving Committee on Committees appointments pertaining to Academic Senate (Sub) Committees and Academic Planning and Review Panel student representatives.


Isla Vista Tenants Union: Technology Director

Please apply using this link: IVTU Application 2022 

Responsibilities:

The IVTU Technology Director is primarily concerned with the maintenance of IVTU’s websites. This means updating the IVTU main website, as well as its Spanish and Mandarin versions. The Director is also the lead on other TU projects such as Rate My IV Rental.

 

1) Attends weekly IVTU meetings.

2) Attends IVTU-sponsored events to the best of their ability.

3) Spends a minimum of three (3) regularly scheduled hours per week at the IVTU office working on IVTU-related business or casework.

4) Work on at least two (2) IVTU projects per quarter.

5) Table at least (1) hour per quarter.

6) Manage and update the IVTU website regularly, as well as any other sites managed by IVTU, including but not limited to “Rate my IV Rental”. 

7) Facilitate and moderate the “Rate my IV Rental” website.

8) Actively work to improve and adapt the websites, and supplement the services offered on the websites to make them more efficient and user-friendly.