RCZC Board Vice President Job Description
The board vice president’s chief responsibilities are to
attend board meetings and to be prepared to assume the role and functions of
the board president when the president is away.
The vice president’s duties on the board and in sangha leadership break
down as follows:
Meeting Participation and Leadership – The board vice
- Contributes items to board meeting agendas and
takes an active role in discussing issues and making board decisions.
- Helps to organize and play a role in the RCZC
Annual Meeting in January.
- Substitutes for the board president at board
meetings or other meetings when the president is absent.
- Follows up on action items assigned by the
Workgroup Support – The board vice president--
- Inquires at appropriate intervals about the
workgroups the VP supports as to the needs of those functions and suggestions
they have for improvements and reports to the board. The VP’s workgroup
assignments vary depending on his/her skills and interests. In the past the VP
has supported the Outreach and Welcome workgroups, both of which have evolved
into other workgroups. Current and future needs for VP support might be the
Building and Gardens workgroup and the Annual Fund workgroup.
Special Projects – The board vice president—
- May volunteer or accept responsibility for
special projects that the board requests and that no one else in the volunteer
organization is available to do—always, of course, as is appropriate to the
VP’s skills, interests and time availability.
- Regular involvement in sangha activities for a
minimum of one year
- Ability to work collaboratively with other board
members and volunteers
- Capacity to serve in role a minimum of two years