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2023-2024 ASGHC Executive Board Member Application

1Hiring Process and Application Requirements
2Applicant Information
3Application Questions

Hiring Process and Application Requirements

Please complete this application if you are interested in any positions for the 2023-24 academic year:

  • Candidates may apply for than one (1) position if they choose
  • Turn in candidate application
  • Selected students will be contacted to participate in an individual interview, which may take place anytime after your application is received

Applications must include:

  • Completing all required questions by deadline
  • Submitting one (1) letter of recommendation from a GHC faculty or staff member

OR

  • Collecting 15 current student signatures (page attached on last page of form)

All Executive Board Members must have and maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and be enrolled in a minimum of 10 credits during each term. Executive Board Members are expected to attend all organizational meetings, to work a minimum of 12 hours per week during each academic quarter, and to attend the mandatory staff trainings in the three weeks leading up to fall quarter.

Executive Board – Job Descriptions

General responsibilities of Executive Officers:

  • Promote the goals and objectives of the Executive Board
  • Serve as conduits of information and expression of concerns or problems between the college administration, the Executive Board, and students
  • Attend all Executive Board meeting as a voting member, with the exception of the President, who only votes in the event of a tie
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Student Life
  • Attend mandatory training and leadership development sessions/classes assigned by the Director of Student Life
  • Serve, when appointed, on applicable standing, AD HOC, and College-wide committees as assigned
  • Complete a year-end report
  • Adhere to all State laws and College policies, procedures, and departmental guidelines
  • Be willing to work with the institution’s internal procedures to voice concerns and resolve conflicts, should one arise
  • Communicate well through spoken, written, and electronic means of communication
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of the procedures for facilities use, custodial, stage set-up requests, and campus security requirements for all club events
  • Assist all student government programs and activities, unless otherwise approved by the Director of Student Life
  • Participate in a quarterly job evaluation process
  • Attend and represent the Executive Board at College events as assigned
  • Strive to achieve leadership skills in team building, conflict management, and delegation of duties
  • Post and maintain regular office hours
  • Maintain records, reports, and documents of business on file
  • Serve on one (1) tenure review committee

Job descriptions for individual positions can be found in the ASGHC Bylaws beginning on page four (4).