The President is the top executive officer of the chapter. This position heads meetings of the Executive Committee and the Chapter and coordinates the work of officers and committees. This position is also a member of the CSUEU Board of Directors, representing the Chapter.
TYPICAL DUTIES: Chairs Executive Committee and Chapter meetings. Attends CSUEU Board of Directors meetings as board member. Appoints committee chairs. Coordinates the work of committees and officers.
The Vice President is the second executive officer of the chapter. This position replaces the President when necessary at meetings of the Executive Committee, the Chapter and the CSUEU Board of Directors. The President may also assign the Vice President to assist him/her in other administrative tasks.
TYPICAL DUTIES: In the absence of the President, chairs Executive Committee and Chapter meetings and attends CSUEU Board of Directors meetings as board member.
The Recording Secretary is responsible for the records of the Chapter.
TYPICAL DUTIES: Takes minutes for Executive Committee; distributes minutes for approval. Maintains inventory of Chapter equipment. May supervise or perform record-keeping for other Chapter committees.
The Treasurer is responsible for the financial resources of the Chapter.
TYPICAL DUTIES: Prepares Chapter Budget for approval by Executive Committee; prepares reports to CSUEU HQ on expenses and budget; signs authorization for expenses; reports to Executive Committee on available resources and budget.
The Organizing Chair is the elected head of organizing efforts in the Chapter.
TYPICAL DUTIES: Chair of the Organizing Committee. Works with the LRR to develop recruitment programs (new employee orientation, cold calls). Oversees event planning. Coordinates with statewide leadership during the contract campaign. May head a building network committee.
The Bargaining Unit Representative represents the interests of his/her specific bargaining unit in the chapter.
TYPICAL DUTIES: Advises and represents bargaining unit employees, assists in organizing in the bargaining unit, holds unit and group meetings. May send out leadership letter to unit members. Attends Executive Committee meetings, Stewards Council meetings and Organizing Committee meetings (on request).
The following units are supported by the following Bargaining Unit Representatives -
- Unit 2 - Tessy Reese
- Unit 5 - Rene Delgado
- Unit 7 - Melissa Bolthouse
- Unit 9 - Saul Sanchez
The Chief Steward is the elected head of the stewards in the Chapter and responsible for coordinating representation on the campus.
TYPICAL DUTIES: Chair of the Stewards Council; assigns cases to stewards. Often the first steward contacted by an employee. Works with the LRR at the campus level to coordinate representation efforts and provides training.
The Communications Chair coordinates communication efforts in the Chapter.
TYPICAL DUTIES: Chair of the Communications Committee. Oversee production of the newsletter (as warranted), email updates, and the web site. Includes oversight of the technical support of these programs. May provide some articles and editing..