Chapter President: shall be to preside over all meetings of the general membership and the chapter executive committee; serve as the chapter representative at all functions and with the college or university as needed; and appoint members to committees as needed.
Chapter vice-president: shall be to coordinate the election of new officers; to sit on the selection committee that reviews all candidates for membership; to keep membership rolls if no director of correspondence is serving; to serve on or chair committees as directed by the president; to represent and serve the chapter in the absence of the president; and other duties as assigned by the president or chapter faculty advisor.
Treasurer: shall be to have custody and be in charge of all funds of the chapter; to receive and give receipts for monies due and payable to the chapter, and deposit all such monies in the name of the chapter in such banks or other depositories as shall be selected by the chapter officers; to keep a register of the paid members of the chapter and their addresses; to provide copies of generated documents to the chapter historian (if such an office exists); to, in general, perform all the duties incident to the office of treasurer; and other duties as assigned by the president or chapter faculty advisor.
Director of public relations: shall be to plan and implement the organization’s efforts to influence or change public policy; to take into account the public ramifications and the chapter’s social or citizenship responsibilities of all chapter decisions, courses of action, and communications; to anticipate, analyze, and interpret public opinion, attitudes, and issues that might impact, for good or ill, the operations and plans of the organization; to promote chapter events, purposes, and initiatives; and to perform other duties as assigned by the president or chapter faculty advisor.
Director of correspondence: attend to the correspondence between the chapter and its members; to attend to the correspondence between the chapter and its campus and local community; to keep minutes of all meetings; to keep the attendance of all meetings; to keep and update a membership roll for the chapter including current contact information for each member; and other duties as assigned by the president or chapter faculty advisor.
Professional development coordinator: This is essentially the go-to person for the implementation and evaluation of the brown bag discussions. This person’s responsibilities revolve more around the implementation of the discussions, as the creation and development of each brown bag will be a discussion among all members of Chi Sigma Alpha.
Director of chapter development and expansion: Responsibilities include working with the executive members to create Chi Sigma Alpha informational packets and find ways to distribute the information to other universities.
Historian: maintain chapter archives through correspondence with the chapter’s director of correspondence and treasurer, to keep official documents, to keep record of all activities of the chapter, and to perform other duties as assigned by the president or chapter faculty advisor.
Parliamentarian: shall be to advise the president by ruling on the validity of the conduct of business at each meeting, to assist the president with questions on the rules of order, to serve as the chair of any By-Laws and Standing Rules committee(s), and to perform other duties as assigned by the president or chapter faculty advisor.
Graduate Student Association and Student Personnel Association Liaison: include attendance at Graduate Student Association and Student Personnel Association meetings and correspondence between the organizations and Chi Sigma Alpha. This individual advocates for the members of Chi Sigma Alpha and the best interests of the organization.