are an evangelical Christian para church organization. We exist to introduce
Christ's restoration to brokenness, be it emotional, psychological,
or relational, through a team of Christian professionals. We recognize
many believers are beset by difficulties that would prevent them from
functioning as members of the Body of Christ with unique contributions
to make. In addition we recognize many seekers and others desire services
that are respectful of and sensitive to spiritual issues. We are aware
that quality mental health services, rooted in biblical principles and
Christian values, are at a premium. We seek to partner with pastors
and church leaders to provide trustworthy resources to meet the needs
of their flock and to advance God’s kingdom.
We have the infrastructure in place to provide more services than we
are currently providing and we are seeking the assistance of others
to reach our potential. We are waiting on God for persons to fill many
important roles. Could one of them be you? A mental health background
or long-term commitment is not required.
we are seeking persons to add to our Board who would broaden our church/denominational,
ethnic, and socioeconomic representation. We are especially interested
in adding individuals with backgrounds in finance and accounting, in
pastoral ministry, in business/management, and in higher level business
administration. Also we want persons who can serve on the Board as a
mental health professional, (someone who is not an employee), as a consumer
of mental health services, and as a lay person.
interested in serving are invited to become familiar with our organization
through talking with a current Board or staff member or attending a
Board meeting. For additional information or application please contact
Rob Pramann, PhD, Clinical Director and Board Secretary/Treasurer (Work
801-268-1564 x13 email@example.com),
or Michael Galica, Board President/Chairman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or send resume and letter of interest to 525
East 4500 South, Suite 125, Salt Lake City, Utah 84107-2995.
Board Job Descriptions and Assignments
and Location: The Board of Trustees serves primarily as the
governing – working board for Christian Counseling Centers of Utah, Inc. with secondary advisory and policy responsibilities. Primary
attending Board meetings and important related meetings including
assigned committee meetings and annual staff retreat.
Developing and following through on a yearly board member action plan.
Performing officer or committee role assignments.
committing to participate actively in committee work.
for and willing acceptance of assignments, with thorough and on time
Being informed about committee matters, well prepared for meetings,
and reviews and comments on minutes and reports.
to know other Board and committee members and building a collegial
working relationship that contributes to consensus.
participating in Board and Committee(s) evaluation and planning efforts.
in fund raising for the organization.
with Center programs and events.
the organization’s mission, values and purpose.
Christ in all activities.
and supporting the Chief Executive Officer and assessing his or her
effective organizational planning of the Center.
adequate financial, clinical, support, and volunteer personnel, and
financial, clinical, support, and volunteer personnel, and other resources
monitoring, and strengthening Christian Counseling Centers of Utah’s programs and services.
the organization’s public standing.
legal and ethical integrity and maintaining accountability.
and orienting new Board members, committee members, and assessing
recent meetings have been held in the Ogden office. We may explore the
possible use of web conferencing and online meetings in the future.
Specific Board Duties and Responsibilities:
assignments include: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer,
and Committee Chairperson.
assignments may include: Audit Committee, Executive Committee,
Fundraising Committee, Governance (Nominations, Board Development)
Committee, Marketing Committee, and Personnel Committee.
responsibilities could include interviewing employment applicants,
being on our alarm system notification list, and assisting with computer
development and applications. Other possibilities include recruiting
mental health professionals, assisting with the development of publicity
materials, fundraising, or grant writing.