Current Intergroup Positions

Intergroup Service Positions

Below is a general list of the main service positions performed at Intergroup level throughout AA.

Chair

The holder of this post will usually have served on Intergroup for a number of years, having held one or more of the offices. The period of service is three years, after which the Chair should rotate out. The Chair has the responsibility of convening and conducting the meetings, and approving the agenda and minutes before they are published.

Vice-Chair

The Vice-Chair has the responsibility of conducting the meeting in the absence of the Chair.

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.

Public Information Officer

A Public Information Officer is responsible for ensuring that information about the A.A. 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.

Region Representatives

Region Representatives keep each body, Region and Intergroup, aware of business transacted at the other. Each Intergroup may send three voting representatives, whilst other AA members may attend as observers.

Share & Where To Find Liaison Officer

Provide the essential contacts between members, Groups and editorial teams. They actively encourage the contribution of articles and letters and the promotion of the magazines.
Ensure all meetings are up to date for Where To Find literature.