If you are one proud Rotaractor and the growth of Rotaract is important to you, please read further!

The RGBI Chairman is looking for the following team members to join the Executive team to coordinate Rotaract in Great Britain and Ireland in 2014/15:

Chair Nominee. We are looking for a Rotaractor who could inspire and lead the RGBI Executive team in 2015/16. If you are confident and could be professional and responsive to move the program further, be willing to travel and represent Rotaractors across the Isles, please get in touch.

Treasurer. If you have a background in accountancy including budgeting/forecasting and have attention to detail, please apply for the Treasurer’s position.

Administrator. This is a great role if you are still new to Rotaract and want to learn more about the RGBI and how it operates. Key responsibility is to take minutes in RGBI Council meetings and circulate information across the teams.

Publicity Officer. Since PR and media is key to Rotaract, this role is for someone who is keen in writing articles, can approach the press and promote Rotaract online, including blogs and social media.

Internet Officer. Key role is to maintain RGBI website.

International Officer. Candidate will be expected to travel overseas and attend ERIC (European Rotaract Information Centre) meetings; have an interest in networking and building professional relationships across the borders and bringing international projects to Great Britain & Ireland. Preferably native English speaker as a regular contribution towards the ERIC Newsletter and proof-reading will be needed.

Community Officer. Candidate would be expected to organise World Rotaract Week, encourage clubs to organise Community service projects and share their activities with other clubs. Also promote entries to the Annual RGBI awards.

Membership (and New Generations) Officer. Candidate will be expected to promote membership into Rotaract clubs, help Rotary form new clubs and provide support to the clubs on how to attract and maintain membership levels. It also includes liaising with RYLA, RotaKids, Interact and the RIBI (Rotary International in Great Britain & Ireland) Youth Services committee.

If you would like to apply for any of the above roles, please send a short profile about yourself (including your mobile number) to grazina@rotaract.org.uk by the 15th of January 2014.

If you would like to get involved in RGBI but without specifying a position, please email Grazina ASAP and depending on your skills we might find a role suitable for you!

About RGBI:
Rotaract in Great Britain and Ireland is a Multi-District Information Organisation that acts as a driving force in enhancing communication and promoting Rotaract awareness and growth across Great Britain, Ireland, the Channel Islands and Isle of Man.

The key RGBI role is to disseminate Information around all 29-member Rotary districts (from 1010 to 1290).

The RGBI Executive committee is headed by a Chairman and comprised of Treasurer, Administrator, Community Officer, Membership Officer, Publicity, and International officer (also ERIC representative), Chairman elect & Past Chairman.

Being elected to the Executive board is a challenging and highly rewarding role, allowing you to meet other Rotaractors & Rotarians across the country and globally, realising the ideas you have and helping the growth of Rotaract in Great Britain and Ireland. The RGBI Executive & Council meet at least 4 times a year in different parts of the country.

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