OPEN BOARD OF TRUSTEE POSITIONS
The Association has the following Board Positions opening at the end of the year:
- Recording Secretary/Treasurer (2023-2026)
The Secretary/Treasurer in general shall supervise all the duties incident to the office of the Secretary/Treasurer and such other duties as may be assigned by the President or Board of Trustees. As Secretary, this officer shall be responsible for keeping minutes of meetings of the members and the Board of Trustees or ensuring that such minutes are kept; seeing that notices are duly given in accordance with the by-laws; act as custodian of the association records and keep a register of the address of each member. As Treasurer, he/she shall be responsible for all funds of the association, and for ensuring that the money due and payable to the association and deposits of all such money in the name of the association in such financial institutions as selected by the Board of Trustees are handled appropriately.
- Vice-President (2023-2026)
In the absence of the President, or in the event of the President’s inability or refusal to act, the Vice President shall perform the duties of the President, and when so acting, shall have all the powers of and be subject to, all the restrictions upon the President. The Vice President shall perform such other duties as may be assigned by the President or the Board of Trustees. The Vice-President shall ascend to the Presidents position after the 1st year of serving as Vice President.
- Trustee's- Immediate Openings
The Board of Trustees, including its officers, shall consist of between 7 and 13 voting members plus one (1) trustee representing each recognized local chapter of OPFMA It shall be composed of OPFMA members, living and working in the State of Ohio, from specific types of public facilities and/or member categories, as follows:
- one to three trustees representing local government (cities, counties, villages, townships);
- one to three trustees representing public and/or private non-profit institutions of higher education;
- one to three trustees representing hospitals and public care institutions;
- one to three trustees representing public and/or private non-profit schools (K- 12);
- one to two trustees representing libraries and museums;
- one to three trustees representing state and/or federal government facilities;
- one or two trustees representing parks and recreational agencies and/or institutions;
- one to three trustees representing other public and/or private non-profit agencies or institutions including, but not limited to libraries, museums, hospitals, and public care institutions;
- one trustee representing retirees;
- one trustee representing associate members;
- one to three trustees at large representing the members of OPFMA.
All officers shall be considered voting members of the Board of Trustees during their term of office. No officer shall simultaneously serve as trustee under more than one of the designations within this section.
In addition, one or two trustees, not elected by the members, may be appointed by the Board as ex officio, non-voting members of the Board. These trustees shall not be counted when determining whether a quorum is present at any meeting of the Board of Trustees.
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