JCI Southampton 2021 Council Team – Roles available

JCI Southampton 2021 Council Team – Roles available

October 15, 2020 8:17 am Published by Leave your thoughts

JCI Southampton will be holding its annual AGM on Thursday 19 November 2020 for members to come together to review 2020 and start to plan 2021. We will also elect the team that will create the 2021 Plan of Action.

2021 Council Team – Roles available

We are looking for anyone interested in taking on a role on the council team for 2021, taking the lead on a project or supporting the team with one-off activities. The AGM is the opportunity for all members to come together and discuss how to shape the chamber and elect the team that will lead on the strategic decisions and represent all members on a local, national and international basis.

Roles available for 2021 are:

  • President
  • Deputy President
  • Finance Director
  • Community Director
  • Training Director
  • Marketing & Events Director
  • Membership & Growth Director

To discuss the roles and opportunities, get a role description here or contact our 2020 Local President Zoe Toseland at [email protected] or Deputy President Mike Rothon at [email protected]

Submit your intention to stand using this form

Project Opportunities

We are also looking for members to take on some projects or to join the support team and help with specific tasks essential in the running of the chamber  – these roles can be discussed, created and reviewed throughout the year and do not need to be elected at AGM. 

Project opportunities:

  • International Project Manager
  • Social Media Manager
  • ‘Reduce Single-Use Week’ Project Manager
  • Ten Outstanding Young Persons (TOYP) Project Manager
  • “Bring Your Own” Project Manager (BYOPM)

If you have any questions or can’t make the event, please let us know your thoughts and ideas by emailing [email protected].

Constitutionally, only paid members can stand for a role on a local JCI Council Team. If you would like to join JCI please email [email protected].

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This post was written by Zoe Toseland

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