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Description of Positions
From SJBC Constitution and Bylaws
Adopted 12/10/2017

Treasurer

The Treasurer of the Church shall be responsible for keeping an accurate, itemized account of all receipts and disbursements of the church. The Treasurer shall disburse these funds promptly according to the financial program of the Church as detailed in the Annual Budget or other authorized designations or as may be directed by the Board of Trustees. The Treasurer shall render to the Board of Trustees and The Finance and Operations Ministry, whenever they request it, an account of all the transactions and financial condition of the church. The Treasurer shall compile the financial reports for the Mid-Year and Annual Congregational Meeting. The Treasurer shall have such other duties as are from time to time assigned by the Board of Trustees and which are consistent with the office of the treasurer of a religious corporation. The Treasurer shall be elected in the manner set forth in Article VIII of the Constitution and Bylaws and shall present a written report at all Annual, Mid-Year and Special meetings.

Assistant Treasurer:

The Assistant Treasurer shall be elected in the manner set forth in Article VIII of the Constitution and Bylaws and shall assist the Treasurer in the performance of any of the duties of the Treasurer which may be assigned.

Corporate Secretary:

The Corporate Secretary shall be elected in the manner set forth in Article VIII of the Constitution and Bylaws. The Corporate Secretary shall be custodian of the Church Record Book and shall be responsible for maintaining in the Church Record Book the governing documents of the Church. The Corporate Secretary is responsible for accurate records of the proceedings of all congregational, Board of Trustees, Deacon Ministry, and Finance and Operations Ministry meetings as well as maintenance of all other important Church documents. The Corporate Secretary may delegate responsibility for taking minutes to a paid person or firm having expertise in effectively recording proceedings, provided that it will be the Corporate Secretary’s responsibility to ensure the minutes are accurate and to approve and finalize the draft minutes. The Corporate Secretary shall be responsible for presenting the minutes at the next meeting, editing as required and then recording the minutes in the Church Record Book. The Corporate Secretary shall be responsible for seeing that all notices of meetings are duly given in accordance with the provisions of the Church Constitution and Bylaws. The Corporate Secretary shall have such other duties as are from time to time assigned by the Board of Trustees and which are consistent with the office of the Corporate Secretary of a religious corporation.