Executive Roles

Positions to be filled and an outline of the roles:

 

RHA President

  • Represent the council to UBC Student Housing and Hospitality Services, the AMS and other external UBC associations, and any organizations outside of UBC
  • Provide leadership to support the overall goals and purpose of the RHA as well as facilitate the planning of any initiatives carried out by the RHA
  • Act as chair and prepare the weekly meeting agenda for both the RHA Council Meetings and the RHA Executive Meetings
  • Work with the Executive Cabinet and RHA Advisor to train the newly elected Area Presidents in April as well as at Council Training in August
  • Conduct one-on-ones with the Area Presidents at least twice per semester in addition to the post-NACURH Conference one-on-ones
  • Coordinate with the Executive Board and RHA Advisor to plan and execute annual Council Training
  • Ensure the delivery of at least six council organized Personal and Professional Development Plan (PPDP) workshops
  • Hold co-signing authority over the RHA bank account
  • Communicate with the PACURH Presidential Resource Coordinator and attend PACURH Presidential Chats
  • Represent the UBC RHA in the Presidents Boardroom at the NACURH, PACURH and No Frills Conferences
  • Sit on a minimum of one PACURH or one NACURH committee
  • Attend weekly one-on-ones with the RHA Advisor
  • Train the newly elected RHA President in the President role and act as a mentor
  • Uphold all agreements found within the Memorandum made with UBC Student Housing and Hospitality Services
  • The RHA President will be required to live on campus most of the summer term of May-August 2017 as they will be residing in a year-round contract

 

National Communications Coordinator

  • Correspond with PACURH and NACURH regularly, including attendance at PACURH Regional and Sub-Regional Chats, and subscription to the PACURH Listserv
  • Act as an information link and liaison between PACURH and NACURH, and the UBC RHA
  • Ensure all PACURH and NACURH affiliation documents, including NRHH affiliate documents, are submitted to the NACURH Information Centre (NIC) in a timely manner
  • Coordinate the selection of the council members that will attend external conferences, as well as lead the UBC RHA delegations that attend the NACURH, PACURH and No Frills Conferences
  • Represent the UBC RHA as a voting member in the NCC Boardroom at the NACURH, PACURH and No Frills Conferences
  • Prepare any necessary documentation needed to attend external conferences including registration for the NACURH, PACURH and the No Frills Conferences.
  • Coordinate bid preparation in collaboration with the NRHH President and submit all bid intents, pre-bids and final bid submissions for the PACURH and No Frills Conferences, as well as take the primary lead on at least one bid
  • Sit on a minimum of one PACURH or one NACURH committee
  • Train the newly elected NCC in the NCC role and act as a mentor
  • Uphold all agreements found within the Memorandum made with UBC Student Housing and Hospitality Services
  • Communicate with the Northern Regional Communications Coordinator regarding the status of UBC Residence, as well as preparation for external conferences

 

RHA VP Admin & Finance

  • Represent the RHA to external organizations and chair RHA meetings when the President is unable
  • Prepare meeting minutes and send them to the executive board within 72 hours of every meeting
  • Manage and keep current versions of all RHA documents including the RHA Constitution, RHA Policies and By-Laws, Code of Ethics, Area Constitutions and contact information on the RHA’s Hard Drive (WALL.E).
  • Conduct annual constitutional review in consultation with the Executive Cabinet and RHA Advisor
  • Prepare the annual RHA Budget in consultation with the Executive Cabinet and the RHA Advisor for approval by the Executive Board, as well as propose any necessary amendments to the RHA budget throughout the year
  • Hold co-signing authority over the RHA bank account
  • Keep track of all transactions made from the RHA bank account as per the standards set out by the Senior Financial Manager of UBC Student Housing and Hospitality Services
  • Complete all post-event financial documentation for RHA expenditures as laid out in Article 8 Section 3 of the RHA Policies and By-Laws
  • Prepare invoices to all the Area Councils for Council Training, NACURH and PACURH Conferences
  • Make all deposits to the RHA bank account and process all reimbursements from the RHA bank account
  • Submit the RHA books as per the Memorandum made with UBC Student Housing and Hospitality Services
  • Support Area Treasurers in preparing the area budgets, bookkeeping, the year-end submission of books and any other treasury specific duties
  • Conduct one-on-ones with the Area Treasurers at least twice per semester
  • Train the newly elected Treasurer in the Treasurer role and act as a mentor
  • Uphold all other agreements found within the Memorandum made with UBC Student Housing and Hospitality Services

 

RHA VP Outreach & Leadership

  • Act as the overall administrator of the RHA website as well as any social media held under the UBC RHA name
  • Support the Area Councils in coordinating their elections process
  • Facilitate the process for collecting nominations and selecting the winners of any RHA awards
  • Lead an Inter-collaborative Council Events (ICE) committee and help facilitate a minimum of one ICE per semester.
  • Support Area Presidents in the creation and facilitation of mini training, for both Floor Representatives in first year residences and newly elected council members in suite-style residences.
  • Spearhead RHA advocacy initiatives and support area councils in their advocacy endeavors.
  • Facilitate mentorship within the RHA between experienced and newly-elected members.
  • Organize RHA-U, an event that takes place during the second semester which aims to increase retention and educate RHA members on the opportunities available to them within the organization for the upcoming year
  • Organize RHA-wide socials at least once per semester
  • Highlight the achievements of area councils with the help of area Vice Presidents through submission and selection of a “Highlight of the Week”
  • Conduct one-on-ones with the Area Vice Presidents at least once per semester
  • Train the newly elected Vice President in the Vice President role and act as a mentor
  • Uphold all agreements found within the Memorandum made with UBC Student Housing and Hospitality Services