Job Descriptions

⋅Executive Board

President

Oversees operation of the club. Calls monthly meetings of the Executive Board and prepares agenda. Makes final commitment for expenditure of funds, after consultation with Executive Board, for program presenters. Has signature authority for all club accounts. Drafts email messages for dissemination to members. Contacts presenters to ascertain needed support for their presentation. Coordinates room/equipment needs with staff at Madera Clubhouse. Calls special meetings, as needed. Ensures there is one business meeting per year. Presides at all meetings. Appoints all committee chairpersons. Serves as an ex-officio member of all committees, with the exception of the Nominating Committee. Appoints a Parliamentarian. Acts as liaison between the HOA and the Robson Association. Appoints an auditor to audit the Treasurer’s books before the annual meeting to install new officers. Votes in case of a tie.


1st Vice President (Publicity)

Assists President and assumes the President’s duties in her absence. Submits items for publication in the Quail Creek Crossing and the Quail Creek What’s Happening and TWOQC websites. Prepares flyers for dissemination at meetings and for the Club information slot at Madera Clubhouse. Contacts those without email addresses by mail and/or telephone about upcoming events.


2nd Vice President (Membership)

Serves as Membership Chairman. Recruits and welcomes new members and maintains a current file of all members, with addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses. Provides list of those without email access to the 1st Vice President (Publicity) so that they may be contacted by mail and/or telephone about upcoming events. Collects members’ dues and submits all monies to the Treasurer. Checks in members at all meetings and provides guests a copy of the membership form.


Secretary

Records minutes of all Executive Board and General Membership meetings and provides copies to President and Executive Board members. Processes correspondence as directed by the President. Acts as “Sunshine Chairperson” to send cards to bereaved members, as well as those who are ill.


Treasurer

Receives and deposits all monies belonging to TWOQC. Pays bills as authorized by President. Obtains and retains receipts for all monies disbursed. Keeps financial records and reports status at each Executive Board meeting and, if requested, at General Membership Meetings. Provides President and Executive Board with copies of all financial reports. Provides financial records to the appointed auditor for review. Presents a financial status report at the annual business meeting.


President-Elect

Assists the President, as requested. Assumes the President’s duties in her absence, and attends board and general meetings. Provides a monthly report to the Board of all activities related to her duties. Is “in training” the year prior to her role as club President.


Immediate Past President

Serves as mentor to the President and President-Elect. Serves as liaison to the greater Green Valley/Sahuarita and Tucson areas working with organizations to identify and develop potential service projects for TWOQC. Assists the President as requested, and attends board and general meetings. Provides a monthly report to the Board of all activities related to her duties.


Programs Chair

Explores speakers with her committee in the local area and contacts them to see if they would have a presentation appropriate for the Club. Works with her committee to: ascertain any fees associated with as well as logistics requirements for the presentation; determine whether there are door prizes to complement the topic; presents suggestions to the President for consideration by the Executive Committee.


Chairpersons

Events

Responsible for luncheons and special events, i.e., menu,table decorations, room set-up. Works closely with the Quail Creek set-up person for logistic requirements for all special events.


Historian (project coordinator)

Maintains a scrapbook of Club activities, pictures and newspaper articles and a written record of the Club’s activities. Turns the scrapbook over to the new President at the Annual Meeting.


Membership

Assists 2nd VP, Membership by coordinating and overseeing check-in volunteers.


Webmaster/Social Media (project coordinator)

Responsible for layout content and postings on all pages of the site, and reviews material (posts, photos, etc.) to ensure is it always relevant and current (other than Archives). Keeps files small so site loads faster. Schedules the Friday Morning Message posts (or messages and posts of the Presidents’ appointed Board members and/or committee chairs). Provides overall maintenance of the club’s website to ensure proper functionality of the site. Oversees and maintains social media outlets that have been approved by the President and her Executive Board for the club to participate in. «YEAR-END RESPONSIBILITIES»


Photographer (project coordinator)

Responsible for taking pictures at all events and meetings, and as needed by request of the President and the Board. Provides pictures for publicity purposes, and to the Historian.


Committees

Baby Shower

Coordinates all details of the annual baby shower. Establishes theme; forms committees, solicits volunteers. Oversees and organizes contributions. Executes final details leading up to the shower date.


Fashion Show Committee

Coordinates all details of the fashion show: establishes theme, menu and special drink request. Forms committees, solicits volunteers, creates tables seating chart and room setup for QC Banquet manager. Oversees ticket design/printing, coordinates attendee ticket & raffle ticket sales, registration, basket donations, decorations, fashions provider, models & rehearsals, and accompaniment music. Attends all board meetings, as needed, to report the show’s progress. Thorough level of additional details of all fashion show development is available in the Administration Only area for each year’s Fashion Show Chair.


Nominating Committee

Consists of three to five members appointed by the President to solicit potential candidates for the respective open offices. Responsible for obtaining the acceptance of those nominated. Posts the names of nominees at the Clubhouse along with those of any officers seeking reelection two weeks prior to the November meeting.


Program Committee

Explores speakers in the local area and contacts them to see if they would have a presentation appropriate for the Club. Ascertains any fees associated with as well as logistics requirements for the presentation. Determines whether there are door prizes to complement the topic. Presents suggestions to the President for consideration by the Executive Committee.


Scholarship Committee

Scholarship Chair: Coordinates and facilitates the activities of the Scholarship Committee on behalf of the Board of TWOQC and in accordance of the by-laws of TWOQC. Responsibilities include: Identifying and communicating need; scheduling meetings, setting agenda, and holding regularly scheduled meetings during work months. Prepares notes of meetings with recommendations to the Board (committee decisions). and reports for the Board (describing activities, recommendations, income/expenses). Works directly with the Board position created for Community Relations/Resources, Publicity Chair and Webmaster promoting activities and fundraisers. Collaborates with outside organizations regarding scholarship need. Communicates with finalists regarding status, assists TWOQC President (awarding scholarships), and contacts/disburses funds directly to institutions.

Scholarship Committee: Brainstorms decisions on fundraising activity, creates timeline for scholarship activity process; participates in: fundraising activities, creating scholarship application, screening applicants, interviewing candidates, selecting awardees, awards & celebrations. Thorough level of additional details of all scholarship program development is available in the Administration Only area for each year’s Scholarship Chair and Committee.


YOTO Committee

This committee works with representatives of Youth on Their Own, a Tucson based charitable organization, to determine how members of TWOQC can help meet YOTO program goals. This may involve fundraising, volunteering at events or other YOTO functions, providing assistance with the YOTO mini-malls, etc. The committee determines the needs of the organization and then submits recommendations to the Board for future TWOQC support efforts.