SCA Inc.: Webminister Job Description Revision

Thomas W. Hughes, Interim President for the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc., has announced a change in the job description for the Society Webminister.

From the Board of Directors
Webminister Job Description Revision

At the April 2010 meeting of the Board of Directors, the Publications Manager requested that the job description for the Webminister be changed to reflect recent changes in job responsibilities. The Chronicler portion of Corpora did not get updated when the Webminister portion was added.  “Webminister” is spelled as one word in the Webminister’s Handbook and as two words in Corpora.

The Board of Directors approved this change and offered the following change to Corpora.

CURRENT:

“F. Chronicler of the Society

The Chronicler is responsible for overseeing the production of kingdom newsletters, local branch newsletters, kingdom and local branch websites, and any other publications the Board may designate.  In addition, the Chronicler establishes overall policies for Society-sponsored event and branch –related paper publishing at all levels, and serves as a source of publishing expertise and advice for the benefit of the Society.”

AND

“I. Webminister

The Web Minister is responsible for overseeing the websites of kingdoms, local branches, and any website the Board may designate.  In addition the Web Minister serves as a source of web publishing expertise and advice for the benefit of the Society.  The Web Minister of the Society is responsile for collecting reports from Kingdoms, be they Greater or Lesser Officers.”

PROPOSED:

“F. Chronicler of the Society

The Chronicler is responsible for overseeing the production of kingdom and local branch newsletters, and any other publications the Board may designate.  In addition, the Chronicler establishes overall policies for Society-sponsored event and branch-related paper publishing at all levels, and serves as a source of publishing expertise and advice for the benefit of the Society.”

AND

“I. Webminister of the Society

The Webminister is responsible for overseeing the websites of kingdoms, local branches, and any other website the Board may designate.  In addition the Webminister serves as a source of web publishing expertise and advice for the benefit of the Society.  The Webminister of the Society is responsible for collecting reports from Kingdoms, be they Greater or Lesser Officers.”

The SCA will consider all comments received from the membership by October 1, 2010.

Thank you for your time and review of this material.

Thomas W. Hughes
Interim President
Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.
president@sca.org
630-418-8774

Comments are strongly encouraged and can be sent to:
SCA Inc.
Box 360789
Milpitas,  CA 95036

You may also email comments@lists.sca.org.

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