Patrick Anderson writes:
The Marshal of the Society is currently accepting applications for the position of Society Equestrian Officer. This is an unpaid deputy position, reporting to the Marshal of the Society.Comments are strongly encouraged and can be sent to:
The Society Equestrian Officer coordinates the SCA's equestrian activities, develops, disseminates and enforces policies, rules and regulations, and maintains communications with his/her Kingdom subordinates. The Society Equestrian Officer reports quarterly to the Marshal of the Society regarding the status of equestrian activities in the individual Kingdoms as well as the Society as a whole.
Qualifications for the position include an ability to build a community of disparate and different people, understanding of SCA equestrian activities, good written and oral communication skills, the ability to meet deadlines, and the ability to facilitate issues.
Applicant should be familiar with the SCA Marshal’s Handbook and the Society and Corporate Officers Handbook. Prior experience within the Equestrian marshallate is highly desirable.
The successful applicant must have reliable access to email and web access. Much of the Equestrian Deputy's reporting, record keeping, and communication duties can be completed via the internet, familiarity with computers and MS Office software (such as Microsoft Word and Excel) is required.
Copies of résumés (both modern and SCA, including offices held and modern experience in this field) must be sent to the attention of the Society Earl Marshal.
Résumés will be accepted in electronic format only and must be received by September 1st, 2009.
Questions and/or resumes regarding this position may be directed to the Society Earl Marshal:
Omarad the Wary, KSCA, OP
Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.
Milpitas, CA 95036
You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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