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Then Jesus said to them, "Follow Me, and I will make you become fishers of men." Mark 1:17 NKJV
The Social Media Manager Volunteer will work closely with the ministry management team to help define, implement and manage a basic social media strategy for the ministry. The strategy will include managing existing social media sites tied to the ministry as well as campaign creation, distribution, management, and response through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest and other social media tools. This will also include the need to identify trends and opportunities to leverage the ministry message within different social media initiatives and potentially integrate those with traditional media campaigns. This person will leverage experience and expertise to develop integrated and sound social media strategies, measure results, identify trends, create best practices and execute follow up campaigns to continue making the presentation of the ministry message current.
The Board Secretary will take meeting minutes, ensuring their accuracy; and maintains the board's records and archives for future referral by board members or others, such as the IRS. She will attend all board meetings, serve on the board's executive committee if there is one, ensure the safety and accuracy of all board records, take minutes, assume responsibilities of the chair in the absence of the board chair and vice chair, and provide notice of meetings when needed. The Board Secretary will also ensure Minutes are distributed to members shortly after each meeting. And, must also be familiar enough with legal documents, such as the organization's articles, by-laws and IRS correspondence, to know when they would be useful during meetings.
The Treasurer responsibilities include; coordinating and ensuring the financial oversight and financial health for the Board and attending all board meetings.
The Treasurer needs to understand accounting for nonprofits, chairs the finance committee (when needed), and manages, with the finance committee, the nonprofit's finances. The treasurer will work with the nonprofit's chief executive to ensure that appropriate financial reports are given to the board on a timely basis, presents the nonprofit's annual budget for board approval, reviews annual audits and answers board members' question.