Current hierarchy. Last updated: April 11, 2018.



Activities Branch

Activities Senior Chair

The Activities Chair shall be in charge of organizing and planning social events. They shall also be responsible for procuring food for meetings. They lead their committee so that the branch succeeds in:

  • Hosting social events

  • Ordering and pick up food

  • Organizing frequent officer lunches/dinners

  • In charge of intramural (once a semester)

    • Winning intramural championships!

Social Events OFFICER

The Social Events shall be in charge of organizing and planning social events. He/she shall also be responsible for procuring food for meetings. In the absence of the Activities Chair, the Social Events Chair shall be the acting Activities Chair.

  • Assist chair head with all related functions

Outreach OFFICER

The Outreach Chair shall act as a liaison between organizations on the Texas A&M campus and the Texas A&M IEEE as well as organizing and planning multiple service projects during the academic year. He/she shall also attend Texas A&M Student Engineers Council (SEC) meetings and act as a liaison between the SEC and the Texas A&M IEEE. He/she shall also be responsible for attending to member emails and inquiries.

  • Host community-service events

  • Communicate with other Texas A&M student organizations

  • Communicate with broader IEEE network


Recruiting Branch

Recruiting Senior Chair

The Senior Recruiting Officer shall preside over all aspects of recruiting and basic officer training. They are responsible for creating synergy amongst all internal and external recruiting efforts. They are the primary designer for all recruiting initiatives, ECEN Department or otherwise. They also have the responsibility of ensuring that all officer positions are filled with qualified personnel.

  • Recruit students and grow IEEE membership at Texas A&M

  • Collaborate with ECEN Department on recruiting initiative

  • Lead and train officers in the basics of IEEE and IEEE | TAMU

Vice Recruiting OFFICER

The Vice Recruiting Chair has the primary responsibility of ensuring that all officer positions are always filled with well qualified individuals. He/she is also responsible for integrating new officers into the IEEE Officer environment. He/she also has the secondary responsibility of helping with senior officer recruiting initiatives.

  • Assist chair head with all related functions

  • Collaborate with ECEN Department on recruiting initiative

  • Ensure that all IEEE officer positions are filled

  • Conduct interviews and choose qualified personnel to lead IEEE


Corporate Branch

Corporate Senior Chair

The Corporate Senior Officer shall act as the liaison between the IEEE student branch and guest speakers from industry, academia, government, etc. They are responsible for hosting guest speakers at general meetings, planning plant trips, hosting professional events, and aiding any chairs in finding company representatives for student branch sponsored conferences and events.

  • Host corporate events

  • Maintain resume database

  • Continually improve and update corporate sponsorship package

Vice Corporate OFFICER

The Vice Corporate Chair shall act as the liaison between the IEEE student branch and guest speakers from industry, academia, government, etc. He/she is responsible for hosting guest speakers at general meetings, planning plant trips, hosting professional events, and aiding any chairs in finding company representatives for student branch sponsored conferences and events. In the absence of the Corporate Senior Officer, the Vice Corporate Chair shall be the acting Corporate Officer.

  • Assist chair head with all related functions


TECHNICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE (TEC)

TEC Senior Chair

The Technical Education Senior Officer shall oversee the functions of the Microcontroller Committee Chair, CAD & 3D Printing Chair, and Programming Chair, as well as Projects Chair. They shall work with to ensure that all goals of the Technical Education Committees are being met in an efficient and timely manner.

  • Oversee and plan technical workshops

  • Lead and train TEC officers

  • Delegate tasks and responsibilities to the subcommittee

Programming OFFICER

The Programming Chair shall be responsible for promoting programming knowledge at Texas A&M. He/she is responsible for hosting programming workshops and organizing all projects as related to programming.

  • Maintain committee resources

  • Host and plan technical workshops

Microcontroller OFFICER

The Microcontroller Chair shall be responsible for promoting Microcontroller knowledge at Texas A&M. He/she is responsible for hosting microcontroller workshops and organizing related all projects as related to microcontrollers.

  • Maintain committee resources

  • Host and plan technical workshops

CAD/3D Printing OFFICER

The CAD & 3D Printing Chair shall be responsible for promoting computer aided design and 3D printing knowledge at Texas A&M. He/she is responsible for hosting CAD & 3D Printing workshops, and organizing all projects as related to CAD & 3D Printing.

  • Maintain 3D printing machines and committee resources

  • Host and plan technical workshops

Projects OFFICER

The Projects Chair shall directly oversee the functions of the TEC subcommittee in order to plan, organize, and deliver a tangible technical project throughout the semester/year. They shall ensure that all goals of the Technical Education Committees are being met in an efficient and timely manner and help improve these committees to the best of their ability. In addition, the Projects Chair serves as a direct assistant of the TEC Senior Officer.

  • Assist chair head with all related functions

  • Lead and train Technical Education Committee officers

  • Deliver on a TEC Project


Hackathon Coordinators

Hackathon Co-Chair

The Hackathon Co-Officers shall serve to design, expand upon, and put on an annual hackathon event. Building upon TAMUMake & miniMAKE, these officers will work with their subcommittee as well as other officers to organize a landmark event for IEEE TAMU.

  • Deliverable: Hardware Hackathon
  • Effective planning, budgeting, and communicating
  • Report directly to Executive Board

Marketing Branch

Marketing Senior Chair

The Marketing Officer shall be responsible for advertising IEEE events to members and interested students through the banner, fliers, e-mails, social media, and other methods necessary. This includes creating promotional literature for IEEE membership, and coordinating the branch’s overall recruiting strategies via social media. He/she shall also be responsible for updating the listserv and the design and sale of t-shirts that promote IEEE.

  • Lead and train officers

  • Plan, design and create physical materials required for advertising IEEE events.

  • Provide IEEE members with accurate event details through a weekly bulletin

Webmaster

The Webmaster shall provide implementation, design, and regular upkeep of the IEEE website. They are responsible for maintaining an updated, well-formed, and correct front-end for the organization. They shall also be responsible for communicating to the Marketing Senior Officer to use consistent materials, images, and designs

  • Regular upkeep and maintenance of IEEE | TAMU website (ieee-tamu.org)

  • Respond to technical concerns, bugs, and quick-fixes promptly

  • Contribute to the marketing branch where needed

Social Media OFFICER

The Social Media Officer shall orchestrate all social media accounts and interpret the metrics associated with said accounts.

  • Design and create digital advertising to promote IEEE

  • Manage IEEE Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and other social media

  • Explore new social media avenues.

  • Actively take pictures and post them on social media (tag everyone!!)