The Board of Trustees has the ultimate authority, responsibility and accountability for the operation of the agency.
The responsibilities of a member of the board of trustees are:
To support the agency mission
To attend Board meetings
To participate on a least one standing committee.
To participate and assume the responsibilities and function of the board which includes:
To be accountable to the people served by the agency's programs.
To be accountable to the members of the larger community and their needs.
To assist the establishment of goals and the development of policy for the organization.
To review agency personnel policies
To conduct annual evaluations of the agency's program services.
To strengthen the financial agency base through assistance with resource development
To Manage the assets of the organization productively.
To Establish personnel policies, including benefits
To Review the by-laws and administrative policies of the organization.
To Oversee all contracts made by the agency.
To evaluate organizationial compliance in respect to all laws and regulations.
To function as an ambassador for the organization both in heightening awareness about its mission, and bring vital information to the organization.
To participate in the annual planning process and three year self evaluation study.
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Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training