The Executive Director shall perform all ordinary duties of the Secretary and Treasurer of the Association and of the Executive Council: 1. As Treasurer, the Executive Director shall furnish a financial report at each annual convention. The Executive Director shall incorporate into the report a financial accounting covering all publications and the results of the official independent accounting review.
2. The Executive Director shall notify the National Communication Association Executive Offices of the names and addresses of the newly elected High School, College, and Community/Two Year College Representatives to Legislative Assembly immediately after the election results have been announced. 3. The Executive Director shall appoint a newsletter editor and a Webpage Editor. 4. The Executive Director shall publish the SSCA newsletter and conduct Association elections in accordance with procedures outlined elsewhere in the Constitution. 5. The Executive Director shall negotiate and sign all contracts on behalf of the Association, subject to approval of the Association. Additionally, the SSCA Executive Director provides ongoing support and guidance to the elected leadership team members including developing and providing timelines for completion of tasks, ensuring conference program completion and delivery, providing guidance regarding policy implications of decisions, and taking/providing minutes at meetings. The Executive Director also serves a significant role in the selection of the annual convention site, the negotiation of the site contract with the hotel, working closely with each SSCA Vice President/convention planner, and overseeing the registration, reservations, and administration of the annual convention.