Director of Policy and Procedures

From ASUW Wiki
(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
(Job Description)
(Current and Past Directors)
Line 35: Line 35:
=Current and Past Directors=
=Current and Past Directors=
*[[Kate Callison]], 2012-2013
*[[William Dow]], 2011-2012
*[[William Dow]], 2011-2012
*[[Sarah Round]], 2010-2011
*[[Sarah Round]], 2010-2011

Revision as of 16:41, 19 September 2012


Office Hours

Job Description

The ASUW Director of Policy and Procedures is one of six at-large members of the Board of Directors. The primary responsibility of the Director is to Chair Judicial Committee. Other responsibilities include record keeping. The Director of Policy and Procedures is possibly the most internally focused position on the Board of Directors because the position deals with internal controls that are meant to improve the equality, longevity, efficiency and effectiveness of the Association. A main role of the Director of Policy and Procedures is as the parliamentarian for the Association which understands and knows all of the different rules by which the Association operates. The rules by which ASUW operates include the ASUW Constitution, ASUW Bylaws, Sturgis Standard Code of Parliamentary Procedure, Washington Administrative Code, and the Revised Code of Washington. The Director of Policy and Procedures serves as the board liaison to the Student Technology Fee Committee.

The Director of Policy and Procedures also acts as the chair of the Judicial Committee. The chair helps to prepare the agenda for each meeting and is the main contact by which submissions to the Judicial Committee are made.

Beginning in the 111th session the Director of Operations title changed to Director of Policy and Procedures, although his or her duties remained relatively the same.

Delineated Duties




1. The Director of Operations, who shall:

a. Serve as the Chair of the Judicial Committee;
b. Serve as Parliamentarian to the Board of Directors;
c. Serve as the non-voting BOD liaison to the Elections Administration Committee;
d. Serve as the BOD liaison to the Special Appropriations Committee;
e. Serve as a BOD liaison to the Legislative Steering Committee and Resolution Conference with vote;
f. Be responsible for ASUW compliance with record-keeping guidelines as delineated in Article VIII;
g. Be a resource for the Board of Directors in drafting legislation and amending ASUW governing documents;
h. Work with the Administrative Assistants to ensure proper records management;
i. Create, maintain and update relevant sections of the ASUW Wiki interface and work with both predecessor and successor to ensure long term progress;
j. Ensure quarterly reports are submitted by all entities and employees in compliance with association bylaws in a timely manner;
k. Communicate regularly with Student Senate and oversee the Office of Government Relations;
l. Work with OGR to develop goals and strategies for the year, and monitor OGR’s performance under that plan on a regular basis;
m. Work with the Personnel Director to resolve conflicts and job performance issues with the Office of Government Relations;
n. Be a resource for members of the Board of Directors or other ASUW members to clarify policies and procedures, and refer such questions to the Judicial Committee when necessary;
o. Work with the Vice President to ensure that enterprise quarterly reports and annual reports are cohesive;
p. Work with SAUF and the Office of Student Life regarding ASUW History and ASUW Alumni activities;
q. Serve as the liaison to the Student Technology Fee Committee and nominate volunteers to serve on the Committee by using the open selection process;

Current and Past Directors

Personal tools