Last updated 27/07/2011
the information of coordinator and postal workshop editors
|1||Liase with membership secretary to receive names of prospective postal workshop members.|
|2||Send details of new members to the editor concerned.|
and maintain lists of current editors and contributors to each workshop,
with new members being added to workshops as vacancies occur.
If enough new members warrant it, find an editor to begin a new
magazine group. Ensure the
editors understand their duties and responsibilities
Treasurer with up-to-date list of members (including editors) of each
workshop as at 1st July each year.
three years, if appropriate, reassign members to new workshops.
The aim, as well as putting them with another editor, is to try and
ensure members are placed with new fellow contributors
least twice a year, (suggested May and November) organize an editors’
get-together. The purpose of
these meetings is to address issues and concerns of all editors and/or
decide on changes, or motions that might from time to time be put to
Committee. It is also an
opportunity for social interaction with fellow editors.
any disputes or problems that might arise between any parties of the postal
workshops according to Society guidelines and in consultation with the
Committee as appropriate
|8||Receive and disperse monies as the Committee shall, from time to time, direct. Keep correspondence (paper and email) both in and out|
|9||Receive annual reports from individual editors at least one month before the AGM and compile report for AGM (3 copies)|
consultation with editors arrange inter-magazine competitions
|11||Receive each magazine once a year in order to be au fait with contributors.|
the annual picnic for all postal workshop members.
“The annual Postal Workshop picnic will be held in the Fitzroy
Gardens on the third Saturday in January.
Members will meet at the restaurant at 11am.
If members sit inside the restaurant it is appropriate to purchase
food and drinks from the venue. Outside
or near the restaurant members may choose to bring their own food and
drinks. If the forecast top
temperature for Melbourne is to be 38 degrees or over on the day of the
picnic it will be cancelled.”
|13||When an editor is unable to perform her duties for a time due to illness or holidays the coordinator will make arrangements where possible for the continuation of the collation and distribution of the workshop.|
|14||The appointment of Postal Workshop Coordinator to be reviewed annually at the AGM.|
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