AUCC Job Descriptions
PAID POSITIONS (no FWS required)
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(a) Sets AUCC goals and objectives and facilitates operations.
(b) Create and facilitate a regular schedule of programming sponsored by the AUCC.
(c) Hold a minimum of 13 in-office hours per week.
(d) Provides oversight to the 9-member AUCC team and serves as overall administrator of the assigned AUCC office space.
(e) Act as the spokesperson of the AUCC as well as attend meetings that involve AUCC.
(f) Must have served on the executive board of a recognized student club or organization.
(a) Creates, plans, and co-leads all workshops on behalf of the AUCC and assists in planning other events as needed.
(b) Responsible for the marketing image of the AUCC (including marketing strategy, social media, website, and emails).
(c) Designs all necessary graphics, flyers, and other visual formats.
(d) Assists the Chair provide oversight to the Club Consultants.
(e) Manages the council calendar and sets all meetings and appointments.
(f) Assists clubs with their marketing needs.
(g) Hold a minimum of 13 in-office hours per week.
(a) Primary financial director to the entire financial operations of AUCC.
(b) Reviews and evaluates all club funding requests.
(c) Serves as liaison to the SA Finance Team for clubs.
(d) Maintains accurate financial records for AUCC and ensures there is a balanced budget.
(e) Hold a minimum of 13 in-office hours per week.
(f) Complete all funds transfers for recognized organizations and manage all reconciliation and recall transactions for each allocation cycle.
(g) Assists the Chair to provide oversight to the Club Consultants.
Club Consultant [Academic][Community Connections][Political][Service/Outreach][Social]
Total of 5 Positions*
(a) Serves as the primary AUCC contact for the clubs in their caucus.
(b) Reviews club funding requests from all clubs in their caucus, and communicates any pressing issues or concerns.
(c) Provides customer service for AUCC, including assistance with office resources, information about funding, advice on event planning/marketing/outreach, and any other general concerns.
(d) Hold a minimum of 15 in-office hours per week
(a) Serves as the primary caretaker of the AUCC office.
(b) Oversees ordering any and all office materials that may be needed for clubs or the office.
(c) Handles general inquiries about AUCC and other clubs on campus.
(d) Provides customer service for AUCC, including assistance with office resources, information about funding, advice on event planning/marketing/outreach, and any other general concerns.
(e) In charge of training for 25 Live and SON accounts.
All applicants for AUCC Board positions must:
Be a currently enrolled full-time student of American University
Be in Good Academic Standing (GPA of 2.5+) with the University
Be able to commit to 10-15 hours of in-office support work for the full semester