Offices are positions of official responsibility within the Temple. Officers dutifully serve the Temple to ensure its smooth running. Offices require an Oath of Office.
Councillor The Councillors act as the general management as well as the Supreme Court to act and decide upon appeals. The Council is meant to provide a sense of direction without inhibiting the latitude that each Master, Knight and member deserves.
Council Secretary The Council Secretary is responsible for the day-to-day communications and record-keeping of the Council, manages and certifies Council votes, and serves as organizational and logistical support to the department heads as needed. Because the Temple is incorporated as a non-profit, the Council Secretary also serves as the corporate secretary required under Texas law.
Intake Officers As soon as a member begins a journal, or makes an introductory post, the Intake Officer (as well as possible other members) will greet you. If you have questions, and do not know who else to ask, this officer (as any other member would) will be happy to answer your questions.
Knight's Secretary The Knight's Secretary is responsible for organising and chairing the Knights' meetings, managing discussions and organising votes. Furthermore the Knight's Secretary is a contact person for all Temple Members who wish to contact the Knights directly.
Librarian The main focus of the Librarian is to ensure that information available on the Temple's website is kept up-to-date as well as ensuring that the Library contains relevant and useful resources.
President In our case the President is the chief secular operations officer of the corporation and deals with legal affairs and keeping the corporation legal under Texas and Federal law. He files the reports with the state. The President also concerns himself with the structure of our Temple.
Public Relations and Marketing Officers The "Head of Public Relations and Marketing" co-ordinates the "Marketing Team" and acts as spokesperson for the Order. The "Marketing Team" is tasked with community building and informing the public about the Order.
Secretary for the Clergy The Secretary for the Clergy is tasked with the day-to-day communication and secretarial tasks of the clergy such as contacting clergy members, making announcements, arranging schedules, filing reports and maintaining records.
Security Officers An invaluable service guaranteeing the Temple`s membership safety and image a high degree of credibility. Security Officers are persons of trust who can and should be contacted in the case of any anti-social or illegal activities. All contacts are treated seriously and confidentially.
Special Interest Advisors These are members that have particular experience with individual Special Interest Groups and have taken on the responsibility of providing help and guidance to those seeking information. If you have any questions about a specific Special Interest Group, the relevant Advisor will be happy to answer them.
Special Interest Advisor for the Pagan Special Interest Group: Kit Special Interest Advisor for the Abrahamic Special Interest Group: Neaj Pa Bol Special Interest Advisor for the Eastern Special Interest Group: RyuJin
Youth Officers Due to increasing interest shown by younger members and the potential vulnerability of such members, a youth officer (trusted members of our community) has the duty of accommodating for those under eighteen (18) years old. The youth officer is a person of trust who can be contacted in confidence on any issue. One important aspect of our youth work is the direction of discussion for under eighteen (18) year olds in the youth forum which can only be accessed after first talking with the Youth Officer.
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