Job Descriptions for 2019-2020 Open Positions

We now have 4 open Board Positions for 2019-2021.  Below, you will find updated job titles and descriptions. If you are interested in nominating yourself or a fellow community member (please ask them first!) The PFC is accepting ballot statement submissions of no more than 10 sentences (2 minute speech). 

President

  1. Responsible as Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of the non-profit corporation
  2. Responsible for general supervision and control of the business and affairs of the Corporation, subject to the direction of the Board
  3. Directly oversee all PFC sponsored fundraising programs
  4. Take co-financial ownership of PFC bank account with personal Social Security Number (Co-ownership duties to be shared with Treasurer)
  5. Take financial ownership of PFC Square account with personal Social Security Number
  6. Take financial ownership of P.O. Box
  7. Responsible for annual web domain renewal (reimbursement to follow)
  8. Step in and fulfill any board positions that are unfilled until the position is filled
  9. Carry out general board member duties and assist fellow board members as the need arises
  10. Attend all Board Meetings, open General Meetings, and open PFC events
  11. Attend additional closed monthly staff, Principal, Superintendent Round Table, and various community group meetings and events, per requests
  12. Have a physical presence on campus on a regular basis
  13. Ideal candidate has a highly flexible work schedule, part-time work schedule, or a stay-at-home parent/guardian
  14. Ideal candidate must be comfortable establishing, or already have connections with school staff, campus, and community members at large

Director of Events

  1. Oversee all PFC sponsored community programs
  2. Identify a qualified event Manager for each event. If a volunteer manager is not found, the event will be canceled
  3. Act as liaison between the Board and the volunteers to ensure that each event manager knows their budget, is aware of the proper communication methods that are available to them (as well as deadlines, contacts, etc.), and runs the event in a manner that the PFC can be proud of
  4. Check in with event managers before the event, during the event and after the event and provide support and guidance where needed
  5. In the spring, begin to identify event managers for the upcoming school year and prepare communications to fill vacant spots
  6. Maintain Director of Volunteer email inbox on a weekly basis
  7. Carry out general board member duties and assist fellow board members as the need arises
  8. Attendance at all Board Meetings, General Meetings, and PFC events.
  9. Have a physical presence on campus on a regular basis
  10. Ideal candidate has a highly flexible work schedule, part-time work schedule, or a stay-at-home parent/guardian
  11. Ideal candidate must be comfortable establishing, or already have, connections with school staff, campus, and community members at large

Secretary

  1. Oversee administrative duties for the Board
  2. Take minutes at board and association meetings
  3. Make sure that bylaws are up to date and posted on the website
  4. Maintain and preserve PFC records and important documents to pass on at the end of the term
  5. Assist with PFC correspondence internally and at-large, as directed by the President
  6. Responsible for Board Meeting scheduling and reminders
  7. Prepare a list of unfinished business from meetings for the PFC to follow up on
  8. Responsible for maintaining Secretary email inbox on a weekly basis
  9. Carry out general board member duties and assist fellow board members as the need arises
  10. Attend all Board Meetings, General Meetings, and PFC events

Treasurer

  1. Oversee Accounts Payables and Receivables in conjunction with Director of Finance
  2. Responsible for paying all bills as authorized by the executive board and within 6-8 business days upon receipt of the check request form
  3. Ensure that all check request forms are supported by receipts/invoices and/or approved by the committee chairperson
  4. Be present when funds need to be counted with an Event Manager that is a non-Board member
  5. Secure two authorized signatures on all checks
  6. Responsible for on-boarding and maintaining new payment processes
  7. Work in conjunction with all Board members and Committee Chairs to ensure fundraising events are properly staffed according to State Fundraising Mandates
  8. Work in conjunction with the Controller and President to send out annual letter to teachers regarding funding (classroom enrichment).
  9. Send out monthly Enrichment updates to teachers and staff
  10. Track Classroom Enrichment spending
  11. Submit check request forms with attached duplicates and supporting documents to the Controller on a timely basis
  12. Maintain Treasurer email inbox on a weekly basis
  13. Carry out general board member duties and assist fellow board members as the need arises
  14. Attend all Board Meetings, General Meetings, and PFC events