In addition to their officer duties, all club officers also serve as run leaders.
- Control the affairs of the organization on behalf of the members and organize and preside over officer meetings;
- Create meeting agendas and facilitating communication throughout the club.
- Act as the club contact for the IMA and SAO office;
- Keep accurate accounts of the organization's finances, carry out financial transactions;
- Keep record of the minutes of official organization meetings;
- Assist the President in facilitating club communications.
- Plan, organize, and facilitate all major service events, social events, and competition events;
- Provide organizational oversight of the annual Paws for a Cause 5K;
- Host race info meetings for major club competition;
- Organize involvement in Autumn Dawg Daze.
- Facilitate member involvement and community outreach;
- Manage club social media channels;
- Work with event coordinator for advertisement and sponsorship of social events and races, including Paws 5K.
- Maintain and implement improvements to the organization website and the Paws 5K website and registration materials;
- Administrate the Husky Running Club Slack channel;
- Be familiar with the club’s online file sharing systems and technological resources available through the HUB and SAO and disseminate this information to other club officers to facilitate the smooth functioning of the club.
- Organize and preside over track, hill, and any other special workouts.
Group Run Leaders
- Lead the group runs and assume responsibility for their group’s safety and well-being throughout.
Note: Prospective Group Run Leaders do not apply during HRC officer elections. There is no limit to the number of Group Run Leaders HRC can have, and Run Leaders may apply at any time. New run leaders must sign an agreement form. If you are interested in becoming a Group Run Leader, please talk to a current officer for more information.