Wednesday, 14 November 2012

JOB DESCRIPTION ( Including do’s and don’ts)


Generally, the Board of a voluntary organization is structured responsibility-wise. In other words, the Board would have ordinary members and certain office-bearers like Chairperson, Vice-chairperson, Secretary and the Treasurer.

The Vice-chairperson is considered as the Chairperson-in-training. He/she should attend meetings of the Board regularly. He/she also has to obtain the consent of the Chairperson before making major decisions. The Vice-chairperson is accountable to the Board who is accountable to the members and other stakeholders. By electing the Vice-chairperson, the Board creates a second line in the governance process itself. This ensures broad based leadership and smooth transition in due time.

To know more about the Vice-chairperson's Roles & Responsibilities, read the complete article on "Vice-chairperson- Roles & Responsibilities" Click here.
"Vice-Chairperson is the leader in the making.". Kindly share your views on this.