Liverpool City Intergroup Service Positions & Contacts
All service positions require 2 years sobriety and are for a period of 3 years with the exception of the Archivist, which has no defined period, and the chairs of the convention sub-committees which are for 1 year.
For full service position information read the AA Service Handbook for Great Britain- the following is a brief summary of each position
Chair -The Chair has the responsibility of convening and conducting the meetings, and approving the agenda and minutes before they are published. The chair will carry the executive authority of intergroup but should account for any action taken at the next meeting.
Vice Chair- The Vice Chair has the responsibility of conducting the meeting in the absence of the Chair
Simon - firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary - The Secretary has the responsibility with the Chair for preparing the agenda and minutes of meetings and for distributing these documents to the groups well before meetings so that there is ample time to discuss the contents. The Secretary deals with all correspondence, passing for example requests for speakers to outside organisations to the Public Information Officer or a suitable member. The Secretary keeps in touch with the General Service Office making sure that it promptly has a copy of the minutes and notice of any change of officer.
Hugo J- email@example.com
Treasurer -The Treasurer has the responsibility for keeping a proper account of all intergroup finances and ensuring that funds are available for its essential current requirements. An annual budget exercise should be carried out to ensure that appropriate prudent reserves are maintained. The Treasurer reports to intergroup against the budget. Surplus funds should always be transferred promptly to GSO, ideally via the region treasurer.
Arthur - firstname.lastname@example.org
Prison Liaison Officer - A Prison Liaison Officer should gather and collate all information about the prison groups in their area (including open prisons, Young Offenders Institutions etc.) and forward the information to their regions and to GSO.
Public Information Officer - A Public Information Officer is responsible for ensuring that information about the AA message and programme of recovery is conveyed to outside organisations to the best possible advantage. The provision of a panel of members to comply with requests for speakers is an important part of this activity
Health Liaison Officer - A Health Liaison Officer is responsible for establishing links with health professionals and co-ordinating all aspects of carrying the message within the healthcare system
Jemma - email@example.com
Employment Liaison Officer - An Employment Liaison Officer assumes responsibility for liaising with all sectors of commerce and industry
Vacant - firstname.lastname@example.org
Probation Liaison Officer - A Probation Liaison Officer is responsible for establishing links with the probation services in England and Wales.
Share/Literature Liaison Officer - SHARE/Literature Liaison Officers provide the essential contacts between members, groups and the editorial teams. They actively encourage the contribution of articles and letters and the promotion of the magazines.
Vacant - email@example.com
Telephone Liaison Officer - A Telephone Liaison Officer co-ordinates the working of the Telephone Service as recommended in the Service Manual.
Electronic Communications Liaison Officer - An ECLO is responsible for checking the accuracy of any local information posted on the website (i.e. meeting list addresses, local webpage content, etc.) to ensure that out of date or misleading local information is not published on the website. Maintain the email addresses of intergroup officers and GSRs. Make regular updates to local webpages.
Vanessa B. - firstname.lastname@example.org
Armed Services Liaison Officer - An Armed Services Liaison Officer is responsible for establishing local links with the Royal Navy, the Army, the Royal Air Force and any other organisation that is connected with the Armed Services
Young Persons Liaison Officer - The YPLO will be someone who came into AA at the age of 30 or younger, and so will have experience of getting sober at a young age, the better to relate to the particular problems faced by young people seeking to live sober. They will work closely with other service officers, in particular those in Public Information.
Alex S. - email@example.com
Archivist - Archivists are an informal network of enthusiasts who share the same aim of preserving the Fellowships past and ensuring that fact prevails over fiction or myth. This network exists outside the formal service structure of the Fellowship but runs parallel to it.
Regional Representatives - Regional representative will attend all intergroup meetings to report back from the region and to hear from the intergroup their wishes to be expressed at the next regional meeting.
Contact 1: - Angela S firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact 2: - Peter Mc email@example.com
Contact 3: - Owen firstname.lastname@example.org
Chairs of Convention sub-committees