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SD CAMFT is looking for Board and Committee Members!

Submission Deadline is 11/30/20


The Board of Directors of the San Diego Chapter of CAMFT is a committed group of volunteer members who focus on providing high quality events that support the needs of our membership. 


Vacant / Open for Reelection Positions for 2021:

  • Membership - Clinical, Licensed or Pre-licensed, Member of San Diego Chapter of CAMFT (2 year term). The Membership Chair manages the San Diego Chapter membership, and participates in roles such as Hospitality, Member Recruitment, and Member Advocate. Responsibilities include: approving new members, managing membership renewals, archiving profiles whose membership has lapsed, responding to questions about membership application and fees, maintaining the membership roster, providing membership verification, recruiting new members, and coordinating 1-2 membership events per year.
This position is currently filled, however is open for re-election.
  • Communication and Marketing Chair - Clinical, Licensed or Pre-licensed, Member of San Diego Chapter of CAMFT (2 year term). The Communication and Marketing Chair manages website content and creation through Wild Apricot, social media profiles and content (Facebook), posts scheduled events on website while maintaining CEPA marketing compliance, distributes CEPA compliant emails to members about events in coordination with the Education and CE Chairs, supports the Board in email and newsletter content distribution, and posts current and recent events on website. The Communication and Marketing Chair must be proficient in creating marketing materials and proficient in utilizing various electronic databases and platforms.
This position is currently filled, however is open for re-election.
  • Community Outreach Chair - Clinical, Licensed or Pre-licensed, Member of San Diego Chapter of CAMFT (2 year term). The Community Outreach Chair is responsible for establishing and maintaining a community outreach effort for the Chapter. The Community Outreach Chair builds and maintains relationships with local universities, employers, programs, and affiliates to support Membership, Sponsorship, and Education Chairs; increases awareness of and educates other community organizations about SD CAMFT; represents the Chapter at community events; and acts as a liaison with local organizations.
  • Sponsorship Chair - Clinical, Licensed or Pre-licensed, Member of San Diego Chapter of CAMFT (2 year term). The Sponsorship Chair identifies activites and events for sponsorship opportunities, including state conferences, training events, newsletter, and website advertisements. Respnosibilities include: maintain an accurate list of potential and current sponsorship opportunities; maint working relationships with current and potential sponsors; track contracts and commitments; call, email, and/or mail confirmation to sponsorships once contracts are completed; receive company logos from al apropriate sponsors; submit list of sponsors, nicludin gogos where applicable, to communication chair; solicit giveaway baskets and donations; assign sponsor benefits and organize sponsor appreciatoin events; keep updated sponsorship information on website; create a strategy, in partnership with the board, to reach sponsorship goals. 
  • CEU Chair - Clinical, Licensed Member of San Diego CAMFT (2 year term). The CEU Chair is responsible for the oversight, implementation, and administration of the chapter's CEPA compliance and programming within the chapter and when collaborating with other organizations. The CEU Chair will serve as an extension of the Education Chair and provide support to this board position on their duties as appropriate and necessary.

This position is currently filled, however is open for re-election.

  • Education Chair - Clinical, Licensed Member of San Diego CAMFT (2 year term). The Education Chair creates the annual events calendar, plans at least four educational events in coordination with the board, secures venue and catering needs, registers participants at events, greets attendees, introduces speakers, maintains sign-in sheets, hands out and collects evaluations, distributes CEU certificates, recruits prospective presenters, tracks and obtains complete presenter forms, posts scheduled events and event outcomes on website in coordination with the communication chair while maintaining CEPA compliance, identifies event budget in coordination with Treasurer, represents SD CAMFT at events and maintains working relationships with presenters. Works closely with CEU and Sponsorship chairs. 

This position is currently filled, however is open for re-election.

  • President - Clinical, Licensed Member of San Diego CAMFT (2 year term). 
    1. Preside at all meetings of the board and membership.
    2. Preside at all meetings of the board and membership.
    3. Meet with committee chairs to discuss programs and activities and oversee and evaluate the activities of committees.
    4. Act in a firm, competent, tactful and just manner, permitting full discussion on all debatable motions, yet neutral on controversial matters. The President must respect the opinion of each individual; yet see that each decision is carried out in a harmonious atmosphere.
    5. Acts as the primary spokesperson for the chapter.
    6. Prepare, in conjunction with the Secretary, an agenda prior to all meetings, adhere to the agenda as it may be amended and open and close meetings in a timely manner.
    7. Make sure that written minutes of all meetings are published expeditiously.
    8. Oversee the activities of committees, making sure appropriate reports and minutes are prepared and voted on by the board as necessary.
    9. Make arrangements, or oversee the making of arrangements, for all meetings and/or functions of the chapter.
    10. Arrive at all meetings in a timely manner to see that sites are prepared for the meetings.
    11. Be available to the entire membership, especially new members and guests. Display enthusiasm and support for all chapter activities.
    12. Arrange for, or oversee the arrangements for, speakers for meetings and events. In addition, acknowledge speaker appearances with letters of thanks on behalf of the chapter.
    13. Maintain close contact with the Executive Committee, Board of Directors and Committee Chairs.
    14. Oversee the activities of the Secretary and Treasurer making sure that responsibilities are adhered to.
    15. Serve as an ex-officio member of all committees.
    16. The President will transfer all material pertaining to the role as President to the newly elected President and indoctrinate the newly elected President as to the role of the position.
This position is currently filled, however is open for re-election.
  • President Elect - Clinical Licensed Member of San Diego CAMFT (2 year term). The President Elect will collaborate with the chapter president in all of their duties, and transition in to the presidency position at the conclusion of the president's term. See president description above.
This position is currently filled, however is open for re-election.
  • Member at Large - Clinical, Licensed, or Prelicensed Member of SD CAMFT (1 year term). The Member at Large will participate on the chapter board in any and all duties necessary, collaborate and support various projects, participate in committees, and provide support for all activities as needed.
This position is currently filled, however is open for re-election.


S U B M I S S I O N:

1. Send your CV and a brief Letter of Intention outlining your desired position and qualifications to the Elections Committee at:

ceuchair@camft-sandiego.org

treasurer@camft-sandiego.org

These will be pasted into the official ballot.


2. Members of the Board must also be Members of San Diego Chapter of CAMFT and State CAMFT prior to nomination. Those who are not SD CAMFT and CAMFT members in good standing will NOT be placed on the ballot. You can join SD CAMFT here and State CAMFT here.

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