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  1. Secretary

    open 21 July 2017 - filled

    1. Qualifications:
      1. The Secretary must serve on the public arts commission Board of Directors.
      2. The Secretary will be able to meet deadlines and make accessible public arts commission’s documents upon request within a reasonable amount of time.
      3. The Secretary will be able to handle different classifications of information and use appropriate discretion on the distribution of information.
    1. Details:
      1. The Secretary will acknowledge public arts commission’s Bylaws, public arts commission’s Conflict of Interest Policy and public arts commission’s Mission.
      2. The Secretary has a leadership role in ensuring the Directors give due diligence in following public arts commission’s Mission and Bylaws.
      3. The Secretary is the custodian of public arts commission’s records.  The Secretary is responsible for maintaining accurate documentation and meeting any legal requirements such as annual filing due dates.  The Secretary is responsible for reviewing and updating documents as necessary and ensuring all documents are safely stored and readily accessible.
      4. The Secretary writes the minutes of each Directors Meeting.
      5. The Secretary should be knowledgeable of the organization’s records and related materials, providing advice and resources to the Directors on topics such as governance issues, amendments to the state laws, and the like, that will assist them in fulfilling their fiduciary duties.
      6. The Secretary is responsible for facilitating communications about prior notice of any meetings and timely distribution of materials such as agendas and meeting minutes.
      7. The Secretary is an unpaid position with the potential for a salary with the growth of public arts commission.  The position is an opportunity to grow with the growth of a very new and ambitious organization.

        Please email stephen garrett dewyer, Founder of public arts commission, at sdewyer@publicartscommission.org with your interest and curriculum vitae or résumé.
  1. Treasurer

    open 21 July 2017 - filled

    1. Qualifications:
      1. The Treasurer will have financial expertise and a record of balancing budgets, fundraising and complying with government laws and tax regulations.
      2. The Treasurer will be able to make accessible public arts commission’s finances upon request within a reasonable timeframe.
      3. The Treasurer will be able to meet deadlines.
    1. Details:
      1. The Treasurer is in charge of public arts commission’s finances.  The responsibilities of the Treasurer include:
        1. Advising to the Directors on matters pertaining to public arts commission’s finances including and not exclusively:
          1. Fundraising
          2. Savings
          3. Losses
          4. Potential conflicts of interest
        2. Providing the Directors with regular financial reports with explanations for any discrepancies between the budget and current expenditure.
        3. Financial reports may become public.
        4. Recommending an alternate course of action in the event of a major budget discrepancy between the budget and current expenditure.
        5. Performing all bookkeeping, including management of public arts commission’s bank accounts.
        6. Promote good financial practices in accordance with public arts commission’s Bylaws and Mission.
        7. Makes sure public arts commission complies with government laws and tax regulations.
        8. Protect public arts commission against theft and fraud.
        9. Serve as Liaison with the Auditor.
          1. Audits of public arts commission happen at least once a year.
          2. The Treasurer will provide the Auditor with all assets (cash in bank, accounts receivables and fixed assets), liabilities and revenue.
        10. The Treasurer is an unpaid position with the potential for a salary with the growth of public arts commission.  The position is an opportunity to grow with the growth of a very new and ambitious organization.

          Please email stephen garrett dewyer, Founder of public arts commission, at sdewyer@publicartscommission.org with your interest and curriculum vitae or résumé.
 
     
   
 

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