The NETSL Executive Board is committed to promoting and supporting technical services activities in New England. Board members plan and present the annual NETSL Spring conference. The Board also develops programs for the NELA Annual conference, presents the annual NETSL Award for excellence in technical services, and promotes technical services throughout New England and beyond through partnerships with other similar organizations.
The following positions on NETSL's 2022-2023 Executive Board are open:
- Vice President/President Elect (3 year term)
After serving as VP for one year, the VP succeeds to the office of President, and remains a third year on the Board as Past President. The VP runs NETSL Board meetings in the absence of the president, coordinates the NETSL presentation track at the annual NELA conference, creates feedback surveys for the annual NETSL conference and the ballot for NETSL elections, and coordinates the award giving process, including managing nominee documentation and ordering awards.
- Outreach Officer (1 year term, with option to renew for a second year)
Send publicity about NETSL programs, activities, elections, and special events to online discussion groups, individuals, and social media outlets. Manage NETSL technologies and membership communication, including eGroups, websites, and social media. This includes publicizing the NETSL Spring Conference and NETSL programs held at the NELA Annual Conference and other correspondence as required.
- Secretary (1 year term, with option to renew for a second year)
Take minutes at business meetings. Distribute all official records and reports of NETSL to board members and forward them to the Archivist.
- Archivist (no term limit)
File electronic copies of agenda & minutes for NETSL Board and NETSL Annual Business meetings and other official NETSL documentation as appropriate. Organize the NETSL Shared Drive and manage the NETSL Wiki.
- Member at Large (1 year term, with option to renew for a second year)
Members At Large collaborate with the Board to provide support and distribute workload as well as to suggest, volunteer, and take point on new projects and initiatives.
You can read more about these and other Executive Board job descriptions at: https://netsl.wordpress.com/about/board/
Please select the position you are interested in running for and provide a brief personal statement outlining your background and interests, which will be included on the ballot.
Nominations must be submitted by Tuesday, August 9th. Election ballots will go out to the membership in mid July.
Once voting is complete, terms of office officially begin on October 1st, 2022.