The Club Service Officer has an important responsibility, ensuring the weekly meeting program is structured and balanced, that meetings are well run, and that members are kept informed through the Club bulletin and website.
The Club Service Officer requires an understanding of meeting and Rotary procedures to be effective in this role. The Club Service Officer is responsible for a varied range of activities including:
- Weekly meeting program - Rotary months, guest speakers, social and fellowship
- Meeting management – Sergeant at arms, Protocol (flags, toast, ethics), induction, new member approval, RI protocol, guests
- Keeping members informed – use of information sources including the bulletin, website and Rotary information
- Other Club activities – Conference chair, historian, club property, photographer, welfare officer.
Your aim as Club Service Officer is a vibrant Club, a Club attractive to all members and guests.