The Student Finance Board is seeking applications for it's Executive Board for the 2016-17 academic year. Below please find a summary of job descriptions and the attached application. Applications are due on Monday, March 21st at 4:30 PM to the SFB Office, BSC 206. Applicants will be notified of their interview time Tuesday evening and interviews will take place between 12:30 and 3:30 on Wednesday, March 23rd. Please attach a resume to the application. Questions can be directed to email@example.com
The Executive Board of the SFB guides the Board in monetary allocation as well as the review and implementation of policies regarding the SFB's operations and allocations. All Executive Board members attend one E-Board meeting per week (time determined by class schedule) and a General Board meeting which takes place from 12:30-3:30 on Wednesdays. All Executive Board members are liaisons to a specific body of student organizations, assisting them with SFB processes and applications.
This position serves 10 office hours per week and is paid. The position is responsible for booking all bus trips for student organizations as well as overseeing the Loop Bus operations and fundraiser for student organizations. In addition to those responsibilities the Administrative Director also managers student organization copy codes and expenses. The Administrative Director also works regularly with the Signal, assisting the newspaper's operations and ensuring that all bills are paid in a timely fashion. Leadership and office experience is preferred. The position provides valuable experience in the Microsoft Suite as well as Quickbooks Pro (no prior experience required).
This position serves 10 office hours per week and is paid. The Programming Director is responsible for overseeing the equipment rental process, as the SFB provides PA systems, projectors, microphones, and more to be rented out by student organization. The position is also expected to be a source of programming knowledge, providing student organizations with help in booking spaces and planning events. Leadership, office, and programming experience is preferred. The position provides valuable experience in the Microsoft Suite as well as Quickbooks Pro (no prior experience required).
This position serves 15 office hours per week and is paid. The Operations Director oversees the voucher process, which ensures that student organizations can receive checks to reimburse members or pay directly for costs. The Operations Director approves all vouchers submitted by student organizations, ensuring that they are properly submitted and align with SFB's budgets. This position interfaces heavily with Quickbook Pro (no prior experience required) and Microsoft Excel. Leadership and office experience is provided.
The position serves 5 office hours per week and is unpaid. The Executive Assistant is responsible for preparing meeting agendas as well as contacting student organizations to arrange meeting presentations. The position also assists the Executive Board with regular office duties. Leadership, office, and programming experience is preferred. The position provides valuable experience in the Microsoft Suite and some experience in Quickbooks Pro (no prior experience required).
SFB distributes the Student Activity Fee, a fund that undergraduate students pay into as part of tuition. These funds are set aside specifically for the SFB to allocate towards events, concerts, recreation and more.