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USCA Open Positions

posted Aug 13, 2012, 11:37 PM by Webmaster USCAA
Call for Nominees for 3D Director

The USCAA Board of Directors approved a board position for a 3D Director. The Board of
Directors appoints this position for a four-year term beginning 2012.

To be considered for this position the following criteria must be met:
1) USCAA member in good standing
2) Actively support the Mission and Vision of USCAA
3) Abide by the USCAA Code of Ethics
4) Abide by the USCAA Board Role and Responsibilities.
5) Have knowledge of 3D archery
6) Support the inclusion of Bow Hunter and 3D archery in USCAA.
7) Not have a conflict of interest as outlined in the USCAA Bylaws and Board Role and
Responsibility. Complete the conflict of interest statement available here.

If you are interested in the position please send a resume outlining your qualifications
to serve on the Board of Directors, along with a picture of yourself and the conflict (or
potential) of interest statement via email to Executive Director, Lorretta Sinclair at
director@uscollegiatearchery.org no later than 31 August 2012.

Call for Nominees for Nominating Committee

The USCAA Board of Directors approved the creation of a nominating committee to support the
election of the Board of Directors. The members of the Nominating Committee shall consist
of at least one athlete, one independent member, and the third member may be an athlete, a
coach, or a non-member as designated by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director shall
be an ex-officio member of the Nominating Committee.

These positions are appointed by the Board of Directors for a one-year term beginning 2013.
The Board may extend the appointment each year by mutual agreement.

To be considered for this position the following criteria must be met:
1) USCAA member in good standing (except the non-member position)
2) Actively support the Mission and Vision of USCAA
3) Abide by the USCAA Code of Ethics
4) Capability of objectively reviewing applications and criteria for ballot consideration
5) Actively support the interests of USCAA (except the non-member position)
6) Be willing to serve the full term of the position

To be appointed to the Nominating Committee, the nominee must have a history of supporting
USCAA as an independent organization in the applicable positions. The independent member
must not have, within the preceding two years:

as an individual or an immediate family member been employed or contracted by
or held any governance position (whether a paid or volunteer position) with USCAA,
US-IUSF, the international federation of Archery aka World Archery, or any archery
organization;

any family member or as an individual have been a member of any constituent group
with representation on the USCAA Board;

received any compensation from USCAA, directly or indirectly; or

be an executive officer, controlling shareholder, or partner of a corporation or
partnership or other business entity that does business with USCAA or any other archery
organization.

The duties of the Nominating Committee are as outlined:

The Nominating Committee shall receive criteria from the Board of Directors for
candidacy. The Nominating Committee shall receive applications by members
interested in becoming Candidates for the Board positions. The Nominating
Committee shall review the information submitted by applicant's and consistent
with the rules set forth in Article 5 of the USCAA Bylaws, the Nominating Commitee
Guidelines, and criteria provided by the Board of Directors, identify and recommend
Candidates for the various Director positions.

The Nominating Committee may also be requested to support the management of
the elections, recommend as requested, individuals to serve on committees/task
forces, and perform such other duties as assigned.

If you are interested in applying for one of these positions send a resume outlining your
qualifications to serve on the Nominating Committee via email to Executive Director, Lorretta
Sinclair at director@uscollegiatearchery.org no later than 30 September 2012.

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