The following is a list of all current positions within EWB-OSU with a brief description of each. Each of these individuals is expected to fulfill their respective role, though it is also expected that many will overlap.
- President: shall oversee all EWB-OSU activities, serve as liaison to EWB-USA and other chapters, oversee and chair the Executive Committee, and ensure that all chapter resolutions are carried into effect.
- Vice President: shall assist in overseeing all EWB-OSU activities, supervise the election of officers, and assume the duties of the President in his or her absence.
- Treasurer: shall keep all finances of the chapter in order, maintain a database of donors, and oversee the Fundraising Coordinator.
- Secretary: shall assist in administrative management of all chapter meetings, keep all members informed of meetings and activities, record and post meeting minutes, develop a quarterly newsletter, and oversee and assist the Membership Coordinator.
- IT Coordinator: will oversee the development and revision of the chapter website. This includes working with the secretary, project leaders, and others to ensure that posted information is correct and well-organized in order to facilitate communication within the chapter and to the public.
- Fundraising Coordinator: will oversee fundraising activities and shall work with the Treasurer and Secretary to track donations to the chapter. He/She will be responsible for composing an article concerning chapter fundraising efforts and accomplishments for the annual newsletter to be submitted to the chapter Secretary.
- Project Coordinators: shall oversee the application for and implementation of EWB projects. He/She shall assist in establishing project teams, schedules and goals, and be responsible for ensuring that all projects meet EWB-USA standards. He/She will communicate with community members and leaders, and report progress on projects to the rest of the chapter.
- Faculty Advisors: shall be available to students when needed to offer technical assistance, aid in conflict resolution, and provide networking opportunities for the chapter.
- Professional Mentors: will have had recent and relevant engineering experience and work with the project group and the design team, in particular, to ensure an efficient and accurate design process. He/She may also travel to the project site.