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SEA Roles/Committees

Executive Committee

The principal duties of the President shall be to preside at all SEA functions and meetings of the Executive Council. In conjunction with the Executive Council, the President will supervise, direct and promote the goals and objectives of the Association; serve as a representative of SEA to various university committees as appointed by USU administration and auxiliaries; attend meetings of the USU Board of Trustees and Utah Higher Education Staff Association (UHESA); and report proceedings to the Executive Council.
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The principal duties of the Past President shall be to attend the monthly SEA Executive Council general meetings; mentor the President in current happenings; chair the Election Committee; work with the Employee Relations Committee should a grievance committee be required; be the representative for the University Parking and Transportation Committee and the University Calendaring Committee and report these proceedings to the Executive Council.
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The principal duties of the President-Elect shall be to learn the duties of the President; discharge the duties of the President in the event of her/his absence; accept and discharge such special assignments as made by the President or the Executive Council; and serve on the Election Committee.
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The principal duties of the Secretary shall be to keep an accurate record of the proceedings of all SEA meetings; prepare and distribute meeting agendas and minutes; prepare and distribute name cards with each member’s name and position for each Executive Council meeting; systematically and safely keep such books, papers, records, attendance and documents pertaining to the business of this Association as may be assigned by the Executive Council.
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The principal duties of the Treasurer shall be to manage all funds pertaining to SEA; keep detailed financial records of approved budgets, annual budget proposals and year-end financial reports which shall be submitted to and reviewed by the Executive Council; prepare an annual budget and submit it to the Executive Council for approval.
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Standing Committees

Work with administration for the betterment of benefits, salaries and general welfare of our employees.  Requires a three-year term commitment to meet requirements of the USU Benefit Advisory Committee.
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Work with USU administration and Government Relations Office to represent the SEA in matters to be addressed with the Utah Legislature and Board of Trustees.
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Serve as a resource for all workplace issues. Provides information to SEA employees that promotes awareness and involvement in the SEA and USU as a whole.
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Recognize outstanding staff employees through selection of an employee of the month. An employee of the year will be chosen by a vote of the SEA membership from the employees of the month selected during the fiscal year.
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Promote, organize and coordinate professional and technical development for the staff employees through workshops and informational programs. Organize and present special functions that celebrate the staff employee experience.
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Promote, facilitate, organize and recognize staff employees’ needs for further education of themselves or eligible family members.
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Work as the information link between the Executive Council and staff employees.
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Represent the voice and issues of Regional Campus
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