Regional Officer Positions

 

March 2021 Elections:

 

  • CER Webmaster
  • Health Liaison Officer (HLO)

 

We are pleased to announce two service position vacancies available within our Continental European Region.

We encourage you, or a member you know, who is interested and willing to be of service, to please fill out a nomination form on our website prior to the suggested February 25th deadline. Elections will be held during the online March assembly.

Please spread the word to our broader Continental European Region Fellowship and share on your group website so that we may fill these positions and continue to be of service and to carry the message of recovery to the still suffering alcoholic.

Below you will find a synopsis of the following available service role descriptions:

 

CER Webmaster

General requirements for the CER Webmaster role include:

  • Working understanding of the Traditions, and the Service and Structure Handbooks
  • Technical competence with the use of computers, the internet and CMS (WordPress)
  • Minimum of three years’ sobriety

The Webmaster’s main responsibilities are to:

  • Ensure the CER website is online, accurate and maintained, especially our contact information, Meetings List and Events Calendar
  • Lead and assist the CER Web Updater team
  • Support the RECLO and ArenA Editor as and when required
  • Support the Secretary in ensuring all the latest and most pertinent information is available on our website, e.g. service position vacancies and the dates and locations for upcoming CER assemblies
  • If required engage the services of an external consultant, within the budget approved by the assembly, to help with any necessary website technical administration.

Health Liaison Officer (HLO)

The role of the HLO is to establish contact and maintain communication with healthcare professionals on behalf of Alcoholics Anonymous.

  • Reporting back to CER, the HLO should seek to promote AA externally as a means of carrying the message to the still suffering alcoholic.
  • The HLO should endeavor to promote Alcoholics Anonymous as a resource to healthcare professionals – one that is widely available and cost-free. Initially, the role might include providing information as to what AA is and does, always remembering that as a fellowship we are committed to remaining non-professional. In all their activities, the HLO should adhere to AA’s Twelve Traditions.
  • The HLO should monitor national policies on alcohol and identify opportunities for AA to cooperate with services within the health sector.
  • Finally, the HLO should stimulate interest and encourage health liaison service throughout the fellowship.
  • The HLO usually responds to emails within 72 hours.

More Information:

More details on CER can be found online https://alcoholics-anonymous.eu/about-aa/about-cer/

 

Links

https://alcoholics-anonymous.eu/service

https://alcoholics-anonymous.eu/event/cer-regional-assembly-march/

 

Apply for a service position

 

CER Website Team Service Positions

 

Online Email Help Responder:

Qualifications for online responder are:

  • Two years’ continuous sobriety
  • Experience of service within AA
  • Computer literacy, particularly with experience and familiarity of email across the Internet.

 

Web Updater Team:

Qualifications for Web Updater are:

  • Two years’ continuous sobriety
  • Experience of service within AA
  • Computer literacy, particularly with experience and familiarity with CMS (WordPress)

Apply for a service position

 

Service Position Descriptions

The following guides contain descriptions & other important information about the service positions mentioned and about service in AA.