Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War


JOB DESCRIPTION FOR
NATIONAL COUNSELOR

Purpose

The purpose of the office of National Counselor is to serve as an advisor to the Commander-in-Chief, National Council of Administration and National Encampment.

Activities

The activities of the National Counselor should include the responsibilities listed below.

  1. Render advice and interpretation to the National Organization upon request on issues arising from questions concerning the Order's Constitution and Regulations and on parliamentary matters.


  2. Serve as a non-voting member on the National Council of Administration.


  3. Prepare periodic status reports on the activities of the National Counselor to be presented to the Commander-in-Chief and the National Council of Administration.


  4. Prepare and submit annually to the Editor of The BANNER (for publishing in The BANNER) a listing of all opinions and interpretations regarding the Order's Constitution and Regulations rendered by the National Counselor.


  5. Perform all other duties delegated to the office by the Order's Constitution and Regulations ("C&R"), Ritual and Ceremonials, National Encampment and/or Commander-in-Chief.


  6. Prepare and submit an annual written report to the Commander-in-Chief and the National Encampment on the activities of the National Counselor.

Last Updated August 2003


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