As part of the Executive Committee, you make up a collaborative council of debatably some of the most experienced individuals that Habbo Intelligence Agency (HIA) has. You will assist in making rules and guidelines that will benefit HIA in the future.
Rules to Follow as an Elective As an elective, you will be responsible for following all the rules - including elective rules - within the Code of Conduct. Ignorance is not a plausible excuse for the infraction of rules as an elective.
The following rules must be followed at all times:
Having a way of verifying your online presence as base, which shall include, but is not limited to portal logs and Slack activity. Time since last login is not recognized as being present at base. Without logs, or any other kind of proof that you've been online, and/or been in base, you will be in danger of being demoted. If there are times where you do not have the opportunity to be sufficient time online, you should apply for a LOA.
You are now an LOA Admin and can now approve Leave of Absences (“LOA”) for non-elective members of HIA and accept their LOA badge. Please do not abuse these rights.
You MUST complete an Elective Audit within your allocated group.
Be professional in both clothing, and the way you act.
A audit every month is required from every elective (excluding Ownership).
At no time is your PS to do your work without you participating and or assisting in completing said task.
You must treat all staff (including standard ranks) with the utmost respect.
As an Elective, you are a role model for all HIA employees, so it is extremely important that you still FTF, FTS, etc. and directly communicate with lower ranks while in base
Monitor the section of HIA you have been assigned to and act as a mentor if required.
Follow all rules HIA obliges you to follow (Code of Conduct, etc).
Keep friend requests turned on in order to be able to be reached by everyone.
Basic Rules to Remember
You MUST treat all staff with the utmost respect
You MUST consider all views when voting on new guidelines
You MUST abide by the Code of Conduct, and all the rules even though you might help create them
You MUST not shut anyone's ideas regarding rules or guidelines down as all opinions, and thoughts are welcomed.
Requirements as an Executive Committee Member As an Elective, throughout the month you will be required to fulfill the tasks below:
Month Elective Audit
Monthly Quota The Monthly Quota will be tracked from the first of the month up until the last day of the month until 11:59PM GMT. You are required to meet a set Quota to help track your activity or lack thereof around base.
Executive Committee members are encouraged to complete all of the requirements that apply to them prior to the end of the month, however it is only mandatory to complete three out of the six requirements listed below to fulfill the Monthly Quota.
In the month of December, EC only need to satisfy 2 requirements for the Monthly Quota. You may choose two requirements from the following list to complete Monthly Quota:
* Executive Committee members are allowed to double up requirements (excluding the Trial rank.)
They are not allowed to complete any of these duties while they're on LOA. If they are caught doing items such as badge removals, etc. They risk being marked inactive.
Elective Audits The Assistant Chief of Staff will be working alongside 5iC’s, 4iC’s, 3iC’s & 2iC’s with any changes they'd like to make within Divisions/Departments. The Chief of Staff team had granted Electives more freedom and power to customize the workings of the division/department they oversee. That being said, it will be necessary to keep track of (audit) what changes were made and how were things implemented. Hence, we have decided to implement an audit form where electives may submit a response every month, with the next day being used by the Chief of Staff team to review said submissions and get back to individual electives and discuss things/offer feedback.
AUDIT DEFINITION: to make an official examination of your Division/Department and produce a short report on it.
You are not required to submit a complete story, but rather just a couple detailed and relevant sentences explaining the happenings within your division/department. Furthermore, only select electives in a group are required to submit a response (For example, only one person out of DG - Rules and Enforcement & Secretary of Justice may submit a response). This feature will be operational from September 2019 and onwards. Any prior feedback is highly welcome through contacting the Assistant Chief of Staff.
Executive Committee members are expected to submit their own audit regarding their own role in HIA.
Duties of Executive Committees These are some - but not all - of the duties and responsibilities as a 2iC.
Trial Executive Committee There are 3 duties of Trial Executive Committee
You are to observe the daily communications within slack channels, you are to ensure that the Slack Guide is being followed at all times. Ensuring new/existing members have their correct rank and appropriate content within their profiles. Trial Executive Committee Members would be working alongside Slack Admin team ensuring that the rules are enforced and requests are being completed efficiently.
You are to focus on Base monitoring, defining this task would lead to monitoring the following examples; monitoring morale boosts and ensuring everyone is either taking part or following the rules of morale boost. This can also include monitoring HET events. Base monitoring is also defined in monitoring the behaviours of members such as agents etc.
Host at least one info session a month, this can vary from talking about Special Units, to Code of Conduct, to general information about HIA.
You should not be performing the same duties every single month.
Director General - Speaker Work with the Chief of Staff to make sure you are up to date about what is going on inside and outside of HIA. You will be involved in posting announcements and updates on the HIA platforms such as Slack. As Speaker you’ll also help the General Meeting Coordinator with managing the Special Unit Leaders and Representatives speeches by sending reminders every Saturday before 16:00 GMT in #su-icleaders Channel, checking the Sign up Sheet and make sure everyone filled it in and saved their scripts to keep track of happenings in HIA. You'll also help announce in the General meeting when a speaker suddenly can't attend or can't get in the room. You are only allowed to announce new members, apps and such that do not have any other information that may be classed as confidential by the SU team. You'll be managing the MR schedule by making sure the MR schedule is updated every week.
If any issues arise from any of your specific areas within the agency, then report them to the Committee President or Vice President. Director General - Strategy Operations You are to be working alongside Portal Admins to understand the role as a Portal Admin. Review portal logs as appropriate to find items that may cause agency issues such as errors, suspicious activity, etc. This would also link to being compliant with the Code of Conduct.
You are to review at least 1 part of the HIA website and suggest improvements towards the Website Admins and Chief of Staff for improvement, this can be feedback towards Special Unit Leaders to assist with maintaining a more updated web page so we are ensuring that HIA members have the correct information.
Following the above, you are to assist Website Admins with proposing and inventing better ways to make the HIA website more dynamic and beneficial to members and visitors to the website. Director General - External Intelligence As the Director General of External Intelligence, it is your main duty to work closely with the External Relations Unit.
You will be given access to the Main Channel and Delegation Channel. You should also visit each Ally on a regular basis, to ensure that a close relationship between both agencies is maintained.
You are responsible to gather information and publish a press release on behalf of ExR to our allies or from allies to us. Press release data collection will begin at the start of the month and it will be published every last Sunday of the month at 16:00 GMT.
You are to actively engage with external organisations to gather intelligence about the latest happenings, illegal warfare, national punishment, anything relating to that area. A summary report should be generated with proper evidence to be reported to ExRiC.
Any issues or suggestions should be immediately raised to the Committee President or Vice President. Director General - Cybersecurity This position is one of the most important positions in HIA. As the Director General of Cybersecurity, you must ensure that the agency, its resources and staff are secure from any internal or external cybersecurity threats and are using up to date security standards and protocols. This includes but is not limited to: invasion of privacy, hacks, phishing, and other form of illegal warfare. Your audit must mention steps taken to ensure proper security measures are enforced in HIA, as well as anything that may pose a threat to the integrity of the agency and its staff. You are to work closely with the Chief of Staff and the Portal Developer to ensure your duties are executed efficiently.
The DG Cybersecurity also is responsible for making sure all staff is well aware of internet safety as well as threats to the online security of HIA employees. This may be executed through the means of an Internet Security Training, and etc.
You are to coordinate with TUiCs to get more information about banned and hacked accounts to be able to give an efficient solution.
Any issues or suggestions should be immediately raised to the Committee President or Vice President. Director General - Rules and Enforcement Your role is all about shadowing the Legal Affairs Special Unit. You are to observe and give suggestion/improvement where applicable. You are to review and give suggestions for improvement within the Code of Conduct.
Being apart of Legal Affairs will benefit you from understanding important it is to be compliant with rules, to ensure that each rule is reviewed and to consider the possibilities of new rules to be implemented within the Code of Conduct.
You are to produce your findings not only to the Chief of Marshall's, but also present this to the Chief of Staff. Where collaboration can begin to make the changes required.
You are to also review the Bully Policy & Code of Conduct to see if there could be better rules to be created or rules that should no longer be there. Committee President and Vice President The President & Vice President is in charge of overseeing that each member of the Executive Committee are completing their audits within deadline date. To discuss their ideas and future development for the members of the Executive Committee.
The Committee President & Vice President will be shadowing the Chief Executive Owners and seeking guidance from them, this is to prepare them for their next division, which would be the Ownership division.
The President & Vice President are to also present their feedback and potential proposals to Ownership. All members of the Executive Committee are required to keep the President & Vice President up to date with their findings in each role.