Our organization is looking for a Vice Chair to assist our Chair in providing leadership for the board of directors and members of Pawed Pals Animal Rescue.
This is a 2-year term volunteer position which involves the following responsibilities…
- Participate in the development, implementation and periodic review of the strategic plan(s) for PPAR.
- Participate in the development and approval of PPAR’s annual revenue target, budget, audit reports and all material business decisions.
- Understand and monitor PPAR’s financial affairs.
- Be informed of and monitor PPAR’s compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements.
- Identify and discuss with the board of directors any issues and trends affecting PPAR.
- Contribute skills and knowledge to, and actively participate in committee meetings and committee work.
- Understand and maintain confidentiality of PPAR’s affairs; and avoid any potential conflicts of interest.
- Attend all executive meetings in addition to board and general meetings.
- In the absence of the board chair, be prepared to cast a deciding vote for or against motions made during a meeting.
- Report to the board chair, understand his or her responsibilities, work closely together and assist in his or her duties as directed.
- Perform the duties of the board chair in his or her absence.
- Carry out special assignments and other duties as requested by the board chair.
- Act as a signing officer of PPAR, with another officer.
The Vice Chair will be required to maintain a PPAR general membership in good standing and must be at least 18 years of age. Other qualifications include…
- Have demonstrated experience and recognized leadership stature in business, government, philanthropy or the non-profit sector.
- Be familiar with leadership and participation as a non-profit board member.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills with a natural affinity for public speaking.
- Diplomatic skills and the ability to cultivate relationships, and facilitate and build consensus among diverse individuals.
- Strong organizational and management skills.
- Ability to chair meetings, and set time limits and keep participants on track according to agenda and schedule.
- Possess personal integrity, credibility, and a passion for PPAR’s mission.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested to learn more about this opportunity!