Des Moines Cycle Club Leadership Structure and Duties of Board Members
The Des Moines Cycle Club's (“the Club”) leadership structure, set out in its bylaws, is largely a matter of custom, preference, and practicality. The critical leadership positions are the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Membership Director. The Club's officers and various event and committee chairs usually comprise the Board of Directors, which establishes policy and provides overall direction for all Club activities. The Executive Committee often performs a long-‐range planning role and acts for the Board of Directors or the entire club between meetings.
In general, the President and Vice President of the Club work with the Board of Directors to determine plans and policies. Listed below are the DMCC Board positions and their specific duties. The Board of Directors should actively participate in all Club affairs and meets as a Board of Directors monthly.
We have an opening of 1 of the following positions.
AT LARGE BOARD POSITIONS
Ride Chair, Programs & Special Projects (2 positions)
- Collaborates with the Board of Directors to create and execute exciting, interesting events for Club Members
- Manages committees responsible for planning and executing events
- Manages the Club’s programs, including POTP and BABRAI; and signature rides, including Tour de Fall and Tour de Raccoon
- Ensures the financial viability of all events
- Maintains a list of events and statistics throughout the year
- Works closely with the Secretary, Communications chair and webmaster to promote upcoming events
- Coordinates with Membership Director and Treasurer on events requiring registration
- Alerts the Public Relations Chair of upcoming events with details so the event may be placed central calendar, included in upcoming newsletters and social media updated.
Desired Skills: Media Relations, Campaign Development, Reward/Incentive Planning, Consulting, Marketing and Sales, Project Management, Program Development and Networking.
All positions may be assigned special assignments as needed.