The role of a band booster officer is a year-long commitment from the start of the band season in July until the end of the band season in May. These job expectations are not exhaustive, and the booster officers perform other duties as requested by the executive committee and directors. Official job descriptions may be found in the constitution.
Officers – Job Expectations
President – The president oversees all aspects of the band booster program to ensure all band events and responsibilities are led effectively by communicating consistently with booster officers, booth chairs, and directors. The president delegates duties to booster officers and booth chairs. The president is in charge of ordering all items needed for band-related events. In addition, the president leads all booster meetings and is a co-signer on organization funds.
Vice-President – The vice-president assists the president to ensure all band events and responsibilities are led effectively. In addition, the vice-president assumes the president’s duties in the officer’s absence.
Treasurer – The treasurer keeps a detailed account of all expenses and funds, prepares student statements, collects receipts and bills for all disbursements, and is a co-signer on organization funds.
Administrative Secretary – The administrative secretary records minutes of all executive committee and general membership meetings, submits minutes for approval, and prepares correspondence of the organization. The administrative secretary also coordinates chaperones for away games and other away events.
Coordinating Secretary – The coordinating secretary coordinates all staffing for concession stands and 50/50 for every home game and any additional events at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium that need concession staffing. The coordinating secretary communicates with parents/volunteers throughout the season to send reminders and find coverage if someone cancels.
Past Booster Representative – The past booster representative serves in an advisory capacity, supports the executive committee, and performs other duties requested by the executive committee. The past booster is a non-voting member of the committee.
Alumni Representative – The alumni representative oversees alumni relations, supports the executive committee, and performs other duties requested by the executive committee. The alumni representative is a non-voting member of the committee.
The offices of President, Vice President, Administrative Secretary, Coordinating Secretary, and Treasurer shall be parents/guardians of current high school band members. The Alumni Representative must be a 3 or 4 Star Tiger Swing Band alumna/alumnus. The Past Booster Representative must be a former voting member of the organization.