Difference between revisions of "Officer"

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'''Officers''' are the people that keep [[SCA]] groups going (from an administration point of view anyway) according to the [[laws]] of the Society. Officers are the primary link between groups in the [[SCA]] and [[mundane]] authorities.
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'''Officers''' are the people that keep [[SCA]] [[group]]s going (from an administration point of view anyway) according to the [[laws]] of the Society. Officers are the primary link between groups in the SCA and [[mundane]] authorities.
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A kingdom has a selection of Great Officers and Lesser Officers. Often the Lesser Officers will report to a Great Officer.
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'''Kingdom Great offices'''
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* [[Seneschal]]
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* Principal [[Herald]]
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* [[Earl Marshal]]  
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* [[Minister of Arts and Sciences]]
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* [[Chancellor]] of the [[Exchequer]]
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* [[Chronicler]]
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* [[Chirurgeon]]
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'''Example Lesser Offices'''
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* [[Lists Officer]]
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* [[Constable]]
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* [[Scribe]]
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* [[Hospitaller]]
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* [[Rapier Marshal]]
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* [[Water Bearer]]
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* [[Archery Marshal]] or [[Captain of Archers]]
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* [[Equestrian Marshal]]
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* [[Water Bearer]]
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New Great and Lesser Offices can be defined by the Crown.
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Most subgroups have similar offices who deputise and report to their kingdom superiors.
  
 
A [[shire]] must have the following three officers:
 
A [[shire]] must have the following three officers:
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*[[Herald]] or [[Arts and Sciences Officer]] or [[Knight Marshal]]
 
*[[Herald]] or [[Arts and Sciences Officer]] or [[Knight Marshal]]
  
A [[Barony]] in most kingdoms must have all of the following [[officer]]s:
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A [[barony]] in most kingdoms must have all of the following officers:
  
 
*[[Seneschal]]
 
*[[Seneschal]]
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*[[Knight Marshal]]
 
*[[Knight Marshal]]
  
Depending on the kingdom a Barony may also be required to have one or more of the following officers:
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Depending on the kingdom a barony may also be required to have one or more of the following officers:
 
*[[Constable]]
 
*[[Constable]]
 
*[[Chirurgeon]]
 
*[[Chirurgeon]]
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*[[Hospitaller]]
 
*[[Hospitaller]]
  
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and any of the Lesser Offices.
  
Any group may have some or all of the following additional [[officer]]s:
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The [[SCA]] and the [[SCAA]] also each have a [[Board of Directors]] and the associated offices, but because they are regarded as the outside-of-game  administration, they are not connected to any group.
 
 
*[[Rapier Marshal]]
 
*[[List Keeper]]
 
*[[Water Bearer]]
 
*[[Archery Marshal]] or [[Captain of Archers]]
 
*[[Equestian Marshal]]
 
 
 
... or any others of its choosing.
 
  
The [[SCA]] and the [[SCAA]] also each have a [[Board of Directors]] and the associated offices, but because they are regarded as the outside-of-game  administration, they are not connected to any group.
 
 
[[category:SCA]]
 
[[category:SCA]]

Latest revision as of 15:26, 7 April 2009

Officers are the people that keep SCA groups going (from an administration point of view anyway) according to the laws of the Society. Officers are the primary link between groups in the SCA and mundane authorities.

A kingdom has a selection of Great Officers and Lesser Officers. Often the Lesser Officers will report to a Great Officer.

Kingdom Great offices

Example Lesser Offices

New Great and Lesser Offices can be defined by the Crown.

Most subgroups have similar offices who deputise and report to their kingdom superiors.

A shire must have the following three officers:

A barony in most kingdoms must have all of the following officers:

Depending on the kingdom a barony may also be required to have one or more of the following officers:

and any of the Lesser Offices.

The SCA and the SCAA also each have a Board of Directors and the associated offices, but because they are regarded as the outside-of-game administration, they are not connected to any group.