ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTUREThe Board of Directors is composed of 6 main entities: three executives, seven programming committee directors, five directors on the promotions team, market research team, committee chairs, and committee volunteer members. The executives include the President, Vice President of Internal Affairs, and Vice President of Promotions, and they are responsible for directing and overseeing the operations of the organization as a whole. The seven programming committee directors lead and coordinate the efforts of seven independent committees that program all of SAB’s events. The five members of the promotions team are primarily skill-based positions that support the programming committees in creating promotional materials.
The committee chairs are representatives of either a specific committee on the board or the board as a whole. All committee chairs aid in programming, promoting and supporting all board sponsored programs. Other duties are to be assigned by the Committee Director.
Once these positions are finalized, the chairs will work closely with the current Programming Directors, committee members, and the advising staff on programming and running the many SAB events. There will be two training sessions, which will consist of consist of the opportunity to meet your fellow board members, learn the holistic aspects of the Board, and learn the basic tools you will need to be a successful committee chair.
Each chair has full office privileges and is expected to hold at least one office hour a week in the Student Activities Board office (365 Blazer Dining) and is required to attend all Board meetings, which will occur on Thursday afternoons from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm in the Fall and Spring semesters. Committee Chairs must attend all committee meetings and committee sponsored events. All chairs are encouraged to attend and volunteer at other SAB events. The duration of the chair position is one academic year.
APPLICATION PROCESSCandidates should complete and sign the attached application, including a current class schedule (Spring 2017), and expect an interview to be scheduled following the submission of your application. Completed applications are to be submitted to the SAB Office, Room 365 Blazer Dining or online at uksab.org. All applicants and interviewees are kept confidential.
OFFICE VISITSAll applicants are encouraged to visit the office to ask questions and gain a better understanding of the organizational environment prior to submitting an application. Candidates who wish to schedule a visit to the SAB office or Board meeting should contact Jill Marks, SAB Vice President of Internal Affairs at email@example.com.
INTERVIEW PROCESSAll candidates who meet eligibility requirements (2.5 minimum cumulative GPA, unless first semester freshman, and full time UK student status) will be contacted to schedule an interview. It is the candidate’s responsibility to make him/her available for the interview and to respond to contact efforts. The selections team is not required to interview a candidate who, after a reasonable effort by the selections team, cannot be contacted or who cannot arrange a reasonable interview time. Interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis.