House Satele Shan Quaestor Applications Open
Apparently somebody decided that real life educational and professional goals trump an online Star Wars club. Crazy, right? Morotheri is stepping down from the Shan QUA position to focus on the upcoming semester. In all seriousness, everyone join me in thanking him for his service in the position, and especially for his efforts on the recent house event.
Effective immediately the position of Quaestor for House Shan is now open to applications DB-wide.
- Applications are open club-wide and are due to Turel ([Log in to view e-mail addresses]), and Arch ([Log in to view e-mail addresses]) no later than 8PM EST on 17 September. We reserve the right to select a candidate early, so don't delay!
- Applications should address: DB experience (projects, positions, etc), any relevant real life skills (don't give me a full resume), leadership philosophy, your assessment of the current state of House Shan and ideas for the future of House Shan and its lore.
- There is no minimum rank or DB experience requirement. Don't be afraid to apply! Even you aren't ultimately selected it can get you on people's radar for future positions.
- Be prepared to answer follow-on questions via email.
- This is a upper summit position, put some thought and effort into this. Have multiple people proof and comment on it. Sloppy or incoherent applications reflect poorly on the applicant.
- Know the difference between a goal and a plan. "I want to increase fiction activity" is a goal. "I will host bi-weekly fiction workshops to develop our writers" is a plan. Too often I see applications full of lofty goals with almost nothing in concrete plans on how to achieve those goals.
- Do your homework! Show the hiring officials you understand the strengths and weaknesses of the unit. You don't have to use the SWOT or 30/60/90 format.
- Be professional! You are applying to be a key leader, not Deadpool (apologies to Dracpool). A little humor goes a long way but keep the tone professional.
- Be honest! If you have rough spots in your history or community reputation, you should probably address those. I do look into how an applicant is viewed in their respective community.