Chief of Staff

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws, Senate Rule Book, Constitution, and Parliamentary Procedure.
  2. Attend ASISU Presidentís cabinet meetings.
  3. Serve at least three (3) office hours weekly.
  4. Attend the ASISU End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  5. Attend Student Senate Training Retreat.
  6. Attend one (1) senate meeting per month, and report to the senate.
  7. Fill standing university committees with requested number of representatives.
  8. Contact at least one (1) committee per month.
  9. Complete monthly checklist and return to the ASISU Vice President when required to.
  10. Review checklists submitted to you by all ASISU positions on a monthly basis and dock stipends as needed and according to the ASISU Bylaws:
    ASISU Bylaws
    Article VI-ASISU Service Stipend
    Section 1-Distribution of Stipends Clause 2- Reduction in Stipend
    1. Senate stipend reductions shall be defined in the Senate Rule Book.
    2. All stipend positions will submit a monthly ASISU Checklist to the Presidentís Chief of Staff on the date designated on the Checklist, excluding May through August. The Chief of Staff will review each stipend positionís performance.
    3. If a checklist is submitted after the time indicated on the due date, the stipend will be docked twenty (20) dollars per day, excluding weekends and holidays, until the stipend amount for that pay period has been exhausted.
    4. If a checklist is not submitted within twenty four (24) hours of the original due date, the stipend distribution for that pay period will be held until the next pay period.
    5. The Chief of Staff shall submit a stipend checklist to the ASISU Vice President. The stipend will be reduced ten (10) dollars for each item not completed on the checklist.
    6. Stipend reductions for the Senate Finance Officer will be twenty (20) dollars for each item not completed on the checklist.
    7. Stipend reductions for the Elections Commissioner will be fifteen (15) dollars for each item not completed on the checklist. Stipend reductions for the Elections Commission members will be ten (10) dollars for each item not completed.
    8. Stipend reductions for the Supreme Court will be ten (10) dollars for each item not completed on the checklist.
    9. Stipend reductions for the Executive positions will be fifty (50) dollars for each item not completed on the checklist.
    10. Stipend reductions for the Lobbyist will be fifty (50) dollars for each item not completed on the checklist.
    11. Stipend reductions for the Traffic Appeals officer will be ten (10) dollars for each item not completed on the checklist.
    12. Stipend reductions for the Curriculum Council position will be ten (10) dollars for each item not completed on the checklist.

Curriculum Council Representative

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILTIES:

  1. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws and Constitution.
  2. Uphold the ASISU Mission statement, Bylaws, and Constitution.
  3. Attend all Curriculum Council meetings.
  4. Attend the ASISU End-of-Year Banquet.
  5. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and 12 credit hours.
  6. Attend ASISU cabinet meetings.
  7. Complete monthly checklist and return to the Chief of Staff.

Elections Commission Members

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws, Election Code, and Constitution.
  2. Uphold the ASISU Mission Statement, Bylaws, Election Code, and Constitution.
  3. Attend all Elections Commission meetings.
  4. Serve one (1) office hour monthly.
  5. Attend all scheduled meetings and activities in relation to the Elections Commission.
  6. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and 12 credit hours.
  7. Attend the ASISU End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  8. Complete monthly checklist and return to the Chief of Staff.
  9. Complete all duties as stated in the Election Code:
    Election Code
    Article II-Elections Commission
    Section 6-Duties of the Deputy Elections Commissioner
    1. To assist the Commissioner, to be responsible to him/her, and to aid in all Commissioner duties.
    2. To assume the duties of the Commissioner in the event of the resignation, removal, temporary or permanent disability of the Commissioner to perform his/her duties, until such time as a replacement is selected.
    3. To act as the primary liaison between all candidates and the Commission.
    4. To conduct, or delegate the conduction of, the Candidatesí Meeting.
    5. To maintain a file of all Commission records, papers, forms, reports or statements filed by each candidate, party, or group.
    6. To tabulate votes in all ASISU elections.
    7. To assist the other members of the Commission when necessary.
    8. To carry out such other functions and duties as required under the ASISU Constitution, Election Code, and Bylaws.
    Section 7-Duties of the Publicity Coordinator
    1. To assist the Commissioner and to be responsible to him/her.
    2. To provide extensive publicity of the candidate filing period and election, in such a manner to ensure that all elements of the university community will receive equal notice.
    3. To provide for the creation of the Votersí Guide.
    4. To tabulate votes in all ASISU elections.
    5. To assist other members of the Commission when necessary.
    6. To carry out other functions and duties as required by the ASISU Constitution, Election Code, and Bylaws.

Elections Commissioner

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws, Election Code, and Constitution.
  2. Uphold the ASISU Mission Statement, Bylaws, Election Code, and Constitution.
  3. Attend Presidentís Cabinet meetings.
  4. Attend all Elections Commission meetings.
  5. Serve at least one (1) office hour weekly.
  6. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and 12 credit hours.
  7. Attend the Student Senate Training Retreat.
  8. Attend the ASISU End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  9. Complete monthly checklist and return, along with committee checklists, to the Chief of Staff.
  10. Complete tasks listed:
    1. Elections Commissioner is selected; begins interviews and selects Elections Commission members
    2. Members should familiarize themselves with the ASISU Bylaws, Election Code, and Constitution
    3. Have at least one (1) meeting per month
    4. Meet with ASISU Senate to approve election timeline
    5. Present rules and regulations to the ASISU Senate
    6. Set dates and times for informational meetings and reserve rooms
    7. Create election packets (include rules and regulations)
    8. Allow candidates to pick up packets
    9. Have Elections Commission begin process of applications as per the Bylaws
    10. Create advertising campaign and begin advertising in the Bengal, bulletin boards, electronic bulletin
    11. Schedule rooms for candidate debates
    12. Hold informational meeting
    13. Hold mandatory meeting and have candidates proof names
    14. Process candidate information
    15. Begin patrolling for active campaign violations
    16. Conduct election
    17. Post the election results on ASISU doors Student Affairsí door, The Bengal Newspaper door, and PSUB information desk
    18. Assess fines and return deposits
    19. Present election results to the ASISU Senate for approval boards, etc.

Finance Officer

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws, Senate Rule Book, Election Code, Constitution, and Parliamentary Procedure.
  2. Attend all ASISU Finance Committee meetings (including the line item and supplemental hearings).
  3. Attend weekly Presidentís Cabinet meeting.
  4. Serve at least three (3) office hours weekly to conduct ASISU financial business.
  5. Meet with the ASISU Financial Technician once a week to discuss financial issues.
  6. Shall conduct, in conjunction with the ASISU Financial Technician, all supplemental funding request workshops.
  7. Assign all financial requests (line item, supplemental, emergency funding and reallocation) to a committee member and assign a date as to when a report shall be made to the committee as a whole if not specified in the Bylaws.
  8. Shall keep a record of all points that student organizations have turned in to be applied to the Finance Committee Point System and consider points for supplement and emergency funding.
  9. Notify student organizations of financial Bylaw amendments.
  10. Attend the Student Senate Training Retreat.
  11. Attend the ASISU End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  12. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and 12 credit hours.
  13. Complete monthly checklist and return, along with committee checklists, to the Chief of Staff
  14. Oversee and assist clubs with financial matters.

Idaho Falls Vice President

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Publicize, promote and make more accessible all the programs that ASISU offers to students.
  2. Assist others in creating new Student Organizations on the Idaho Falls Campus.
  3. Assist current Student Organizations with events or promotions.
  4. Talk with students on an individual basis in order to gain a clear understanding of students needs and requests on the Idaho Falls campus.
  5. Attend weekly Idaho Falls ASISU meetings.
  6. Attend Presidentís Cabinet meetings weekly.
  7. Attend Finance Committee meetings weekly.
  8. Attend one (1) Senate meeting monthly.
  9. Hold at least six (6) office hours per week on the Idaho Falls Campus.
  10. Attend the Student Senate Training Retreat.
  11. Attend the End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  12. Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and 8 credit hours, with at least one course on the Idaho Falls campus.
  13. Maintain contact with ASISU officers, senators, and others involved with student government.
  14. Complete monthly checklist and return it to the Chief of Staff.

Lobbyist

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIES

  1. Hold five (5) office hours per week when the state legislature is not in session.
  2. Look into opportunities for ASISU members to meet with local legislators.
  3. Make a list of issues important to ISU students.
  4. Research issues in order to present material to state legislature during the session.
  5. Contact the Alumni Office and ask for assistance during the ďIdaho Higher Education Week.Ē
  6. Attend a minimum of five (5) hours per week at the Statehouse (time spent meeting with legislators, attending committee meetings, etcÖ) when the legislature is in session.
  7. Attend Presidentís Cabinet meetings.
  8. Attend one (1) senate meeting per semester and report on state legislative activities.
  9. Hold Government Relations Board meetings.
  10. Keep a journal of daily activities to be turned in to the ASISU President at the end of every month.
  11. Attend the Student Senate Training Retreat.
  12. Attend the End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  13. Complete a monthly checklist and return, along with committee checklists, to the Chief of Staff.

President

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIIES

  1. Oversee the organization of ASISU.
  2. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws, Constitution, Senate Rule Book, Election Code, and Parliamentary Procedure.
  3. Insure that ASISU money is properly used.
  4. Report to Senate during the ďPresidentís Report.Ē
  5. Attend the ISU Presidentís cabinet meetings.
  6. Attend State Board of Education meetings.
  7. Meet weekly with the ASISU General Manager.
  8. Hold Cabinet Meetings once a week or when needed.
  9. Attend Finance Committee meetings.
  10. Attend Government Relations Board meetings.
  11. Attend Committee meetings as requested, or send a student representative.
  12. Serve at least ten (10) office hours weekly.
  13. Represent student interests to the best of your ability.
  14. Plan the ASISU End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  15. Attend the ASISU End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  16. Plan the Student Senate Training Retreat.
  17. Attend the Student Senate Training Retreat.
  18. Enforce the ASISU Bylaws and Constitution.
  19. Maintain a 3.0 GPA.
  20. Carry at least three (3) credit hours.
  21. Maintain good relations between the administration, community, and student body.
  22. Organize student leadership workshops as needed.
  23. Complete monthly checklist and return to the Chief of Staff.

Senate Pro-Tempore

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITES:

  1. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws, Senate Rule Book, Constitution, and Parliamentary Procedure.
  2. Uphold the ASISU Mission statement, Bylaws, and Constitution.
  3. Attend all Senate meetings.
  4. Conduct Senate meetings that the ASISU Vice President cannot attend.
  5. Attend and conduct all Caucus meetings.
  6. Attend all Cabinet meetings.
  7. Serve two (2) office hours in the ASISU Office each week conducting ASISU business.
  8. Make club and committee assignments for senators.
  9. Be an advocate for senators when they have questions or concerns regarding senator responsibilities and procedures.
  10. Contact assigned clubs at least one (1) time per month.
  11. Meet with assigned clubs at least two (2) times in person.
  12. Attend the ASISU retreat.
  13. Attend the Senate In-Service.
  14. Attend the ASISU End-of-Year Banquet.
  15. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and 12 credit hours.
  16. Complete monthly checklist and return it to the Chief of Staff

Senator

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITES:

  1. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws, Senate Rule Book, Constitution, and Parliamentary Procedure.
  2. Uphold the ASISU Mission statement, Bylaws, and Constitution.
  3. Introduce oneself at the beginning of the semester to all on campus classes.
  4. Attend all Senate meetings.
  5. Attend all Caucus meetings.
  6. Attend all assigned ASISU committee meetings.
  7. Attend all assigned university committee meetings.
  8. Wear orange and black or Bengal gear every Wednesday.
  9. Serve one (1) office hour in the ASISU Office each week conducting ASISU business.
  10. Conduct at least two (2) field hours each month.
  11. Participate in ASISU Speaks once per semester.
  12. Contact assigned clubs at least one (1) time per month.
  13. Meet with assigned clubs at least two times in person.
  14. Contact resident assistant once per month.
  15. Attend the Student Senate Training Retreat.
  16. Attend the Senate In-Service.
  17. Attend the ASISU End-of-the-Year Banquet
  18. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and 12 credit hours.
  19. Complete monthly checklist and return it to the Chief of Staff.

Supreme Court Chief Justice

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES

  1. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws, Constitution, Senate Rule Book, and Election Code.
  2. Oversee the duties of the Supreme Court Justices.
  3. Chair meetings twice a semester (ie: Sept, Nov, Feb, Apr).
  4. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and 12 credit hours.
  5. Reserves the right to interpret the Constitution.
  6. Act as a moderator if an issue is brought and try to resolve the issues before presenting it before the Justices.
  7. May decide cases under the authority of the court in the best interest of the student body.
  8. Maintain View Point Neutral perspective.
  9. Keep all cases confidential.
  10. Attend the End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  11. Complete monthly checklist and return, along with committee checklist, to the Chief of Staff.

Supreme Court Justice

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITES

  1. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws, Constitution, Election Code, and Senate Rule Book.
  2. Attend meetings twice a semester (i.e. Sept, Nov, Feb, Apr).
  3. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and 12 credit hours.
  4. Reserves the right to interpret the Constitution.
  5. May overturn legislation in the best interest of the student body.
  6. Attend the End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  7. Complete monthly checklist and return it to the Chief of Staff.

Traffic Appeals Representative

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILTIES:

  1. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws and Constitution.
  2. Uphold the ASISU Mission statement, Bylaws, and Constitution.
  3. Attend all Parking Board meetings.
  4. Review and declare verdict on appeals as needed.
  5. Attend the ASISU End-of-Year Banquet.
  6. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and 12 credit hours.
  7. Attend ASISU cabinet meetings.
  8. Complete monthly checklist and return to the Chief of Staff.

Vice President

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Oversee the Senate of ASISU.
  2. Attend all Senate meetings.
  3. Read and understand the ASISU Bylaws, Constitution, Senate Rule Book, Election Code, and Parliamentary Procedure.
  4. Attend Committee meetings as requested.
  5. Hold at least six (6) office hours per week.
  6. Attend Presidentís Cabinet meetings weekly.
  7. Attend Finance Committee meetings weekly.
  8. Plan the Student Senate Training Retreat.
  9. Attend the Student Senate Training Retreat.
  10. Plan the End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  11. Attend the End-of-the-Year Banquet.
  12. Plan and conduct the Student Organizations Retreat.
  13. Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and 6 credit hours.
  14. Complete monthly checklist and return it to the Chief of Staff.

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