Assist the chair, make a budget with the treasurer, write a strategy with Media & Marketing: Make impact as Vice-Chair!
Monday, May 1, 2023, at 23:59
"If you have any questions regarding the board or the position Vice-Chair, do not hesitate and send me a message to firstname.lastname@example.org!"
What do you do?
As the vice-chair, you will play a crucial role in supporting the chair and ensuring the smooth functioning of our organization. As vice-chair you take over the tasks of the chair when the chair is not present. Within this position, you will work a lot with the chair and you will succeed his tasks when he himself cannot fulfill it. The vice-chair has an advisory role towards the chair. As vice-chair, you will be responsible for communication within the association. You will also deal with external relations.
How do you do that?
You are aware of the projects the chair is working on. You assist the chair in these projects by taking on some tasks and advising the chair. You will lead meetings in the chair's absence, discuss MUSA's strategy with the chair and are in contact with the Supervisory Board. You assist board members that are struggling with projects.
What is in it for you?
You are part of a Muslim student association in which you make a positive impact on the University of Amsterdam, by organizing activities and making the university a more inclusive and diverse environment for Muslim students. You will gain new insights, acquire new problem-solving and management skills, and become a strong communicator. Taking a position as vice-chair means that you speak with several students, organizations, and institutions with which you can broaden your network.
What do we ask?
- You are a student at a university (of applied sciences) in Amsterdam
- You are consistent, motivated and trustworthy
- You are able to spend at least 8 hours a week on MUSA
- You have successfully completed your first year of university
- Previous board experience is a plus, but not a requirement