Apply for Leadership Positions

The success of SAS is dependent upon the collective effort of its members.  Without members stepping up to the challenge of leadership positions, we wouldn’t be able to accomplish as much as we have. Thank you for your continued support and please consider applying for the following director and committee positions!  Not only would you be helping the organization, but you will be earning valuable experience that can build your resume.
 

In order to apply for Director or Committee positions, please email the respective executive officer your resume and a brief paragraph describing why you want the position and what makes you the best candidate.

Executive Officer Positions:

  • President (Must run for Executive Vice President to become President in the following semester)
    • Duties:
      • Ensure all officer duties are being performed
      • Handle administrative responsibilities
      • Foster relationships between the organization and the campus/community
    • For more information, contact Michael Liu.
  • Executive Vice President
    • Duties:
      • One-year commitment!
      • Runs the Mock Interview Program
      • Provides support to the President and the entire board
      • Attends weekly College of Business Council (CBC) meetings
      • Prepares for duties of becoming President next semester
    • For more information, contact Lauren Ho.
  • Vice President of Membership
    • Duties:
      • Monitors and tracks membership status
      • Creates membership cards for all SAS members
      • Provides necessary information for semester dues and the active member point system
    • For more information, contact Naief Aldhafairi.
  • Vice President of Finance
    • Duties:
      • Creates and maintains the semester budget
      • Handles PayPal and Square payments
      • Maintains a record of all financial transactions
      • Uses AS banking for cash, checks, and reimbursements
      • Work with members to provide apparel for fundraising point
    • For more information, contact Ashlie Wakatani.
  • Vice President of Internal Audit
    • Duties:
      • Prepares weekly meeting minutes and PowerPoint slides
      • Records and updates cash flows
      • Handles cash/check transactions and receipts
      • Leads the Internal Audit Committee
    • For more information, contact Makayla Solis.
  • Vice President of Activities
    • Duties:
      • Organizes all social and community service events
      • Works with other board members for the end-of-semester banquet
    • For more information, contact Annie Connors.
  • Vice President of Communications
    • Duties:
      • Maintains SAS website and affiliated social media accounts
      • Manages email list and composes weekly newsletters
      • Coordinates LinkedIn photos
      • The main link of communication between SAS members and the executive board
    • Preferred: Experience with WordPress/HTML and graphic design
    • For more information, contact Vanessa Leal.
  • Vice President of Professional Development
    • Duties:
      • Liaison between professionals and SAS
      • Arranges food catering and beverages for weekly meetings
      • Coordinates with firms for weekly presentations
    • For more information, contact Shayla Hoang.

Director Positions:

  • Mock Interview Director
    • Duties: Will coordinate the Mock Interview Program and assist with planning and implementing improvements.
    • Contact: Lauren Ho
  • Director of Membership
    • Duties:  Will assist with updating weekly attendance and member points, checking membership cards, and distributing proper utensils for lunch.
    • Contact:  Naief Aldhafairi
  • Director of Finance
    • Duties:  Will assist with keeping track of deposits and transactions and discussing budget adjustments.
    • Contact:  Ashlie Wakatani
  • Director of Internal Audit
    • Duties:  Will assist with weekly Meeting Minutes and leading the Internal Audit Committee through the Financial Audit. Internal Audit Committee meetings are planned to be Wednesday 7-8PM; this may change based on committee member’s availability.  To apply, please also send in your availability to hold IAC meetings.
    • Contact:  Makayla Solis
  • Director of Activities
    • Duties:  Will assist in planning and organizing events, collecting event attendance, and making reservations as needed.
    • Contact:  Annie Connors
  • Director of Communications
    • Duties:  Will assist in updating and maintaining the SAS website and social media platforms, creating content for social media, and drafting/editing newsletters.
    • Preferred:  Experience with WordPress and graphic design
    • Contact:  Vanessa Leal
  • Director of Professional Development
    • Duties:  Will assist with leading and coordinating the Professional Development Committee.
    • Contact:  Shayla Hoang

Committee Positions:

  • Meet the Firms Committee
    • Duties: Must be available before and/or during Meet the Firms. Organize and set up Meet the Firms, and have a flexible schedule.
    • Contact: To apply, send your resume along with a paragraph detailing why you think you deserve this position to Michael Liu.
  • Mock Interview Committee
    • Duties: Will interview potential interviewees, give them feedback, and help the President Elect improve the Mock Interview Program.
    • Contact: Lauren Ho.
  • Internal Audit Committee
    • Duties:  Will audit the internal procedures of SAS and create a report to aid in the transition from one administration to the next. Internal Audit Committee meetings are planned to be Wednesday 7-8PM; this may change based on committee member’s availability.  To apply, please also send in your availability to hold IAC meetings.
    • Contact: Makayla Solis
  • Professional Development Committee
    • Duties: Members with great taste in food wanted! This is a great opportunity for you to gain networking skills by interacting with professionals.
    • Contact: Shayla Hoang
  • Peer Mentor Committee
    • Duties: Be a peer mentor to fellow members! Use your experience and knowledge to help guide the mentee and answer any questions they may have. If the mentor requests, it can be either a professional or personal relationship. This is a great way for members to meet new people and make connections in and out of the classroom!
    • Contact: To apply, send your resume along with a paragraph detailing why you think you deserve this position to Lauren Ho.