It’s election year in NJ and nominations are open for select NJSRC Board of Directors positions. If you or someone you know is interested in serving on the board, complete the online nomination form. The nominations are open to all active and life members at the time of nomination.
Job descriptions for open board positions.
- Position Responsibilities
- 1. President-Elect
The President-Elect shall assume the duties of the President in the event of the President's absence, resignation, or disability; and shall perform other duties as assigned by the President.
- 2. Vice President
The Vice President shall perform such duties as shall be assigned by the President. In the event of a vacancy in the office of President-Elect, the Vice President shall then assume the duties, but not the office, of the President-Elect, as well as the duties of the Vice President until a new President-Elect can be elected by the active and life members of the Society.
- 3. Treasurer
The Treasurer shall have charge of all Society funds and securities; endorsing checks, notes, or other orders for the payment of bills; disbursing funds as authorized by the Board of Directors or in accordance with the accepted budget; depositing funds as the Board of Directors may designate, and shall perform other duties as assigned by the President. The Treasurer shall assure an annual audit of the accounts. The Treasurer shall see that the full and accurate accounts are kept, submit quarterly financial reports, including original trial balances, and maintain complete records of expenses. The Treasurer shall be bonded in the amount determined by the Board of Directors. The Treasurer shall be responsible for filing all necessary state and federal tax forms.
- 4. Secretary
The Secretary shall have charge of keeping the minutes of the Board of Directors, regular business meetings and the annual business meeting, submitting a copy of the governing board’s approved meeting minutes and other Society business to the Association Executive Office within ten (10) days following the meeting; executing the general correspondence; affixing the corporate seal on documents requiring it, and shall perform other duties as assigned by the President.
- 5. Directors-at-Large
The Directors shall be responsible for supervising all business and activities of the NJSRC within the limitations of the bylaws and society standing rules. Determine remuneration, stipends, and expenses, the amount to be considered after review of the budget. Each director will also be responsible for the oversight of committees when the chair is not a member of the board. Two Director positions are open.
- 6. Delegate
The Delegate will represent the members of the affiliate at the House of Delegate meetings. The Delegate's duties shall conform to and are specified under the Association Bylaws and House of Delegates policies. The Delegates are responsible for recruiting and maintaining Society membership. The Junior Delegate will be Membership Committee chairperson. One Delegate position is open.
Complete the form below to make your nomination for officer, director, or delegate.
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