chief ex·ec·u·tive of·fi·cer (plural chief ex·ec·u·tive of·fi·cers)
noun (person, place, or THING)
managing director: the highest-ranking executive officer within a company or corporation, who has responsibility for overall management of its day-to-day affairs under the supervision of a board of directors
Responsibilities include: the processing of all paperwork pertaining to the entire organisation, including all board members, their dog, their cat, and the horse they rode in on. The paying of all bills, the signing of all permission slips, the writing of all cheques. The filing of all of the above; whether processed, or in process.
The brewing of coffee.
The purchasing of all tickets, supplies, equipment, sustenance, musical instruments, clothing, toileting items. The filing and maintenance of the same. These responsibilities can be further broken down into subsections which will never be found in any manual, but may include the following: Nutrition. Cardiac health. Banking. Pharmaceuticals. Sanitation. Hazardous Material Handling. Multi- Culturalism. Pest extermination. Citizenship. Consumer Affairs. Bus trips. The Selection Of The Correct and under no circumstances INCORRECT deli meats. Vegetarian cooking. Dessert-atarian. Cooking that involves only and always Ground Beef. Lots of vegetables. No vegetables.
Extra-curricular program directing. Lessons, tutoring, volunteering, sports, parties, dinners out, dinners in. Group activity. Personal activity. Quality. Quantity.
The scrupulous cleanliness of undergarments.
Interior design. Exterior maintenance.
Vehicle maintenance. Small engine repair. Landscaping.
**The above information is partial and incomplete and subject to change without notice. The board meets frequently but informally, and has been known to be demanding and unwavering in their insistence on perfection. The board does not prefer delegation of tasks.
Absolutely no training will be provided.
This position is entirely unpaid, with no possibility of parole.
This position is available immediately.