Volunteer With Us: Board of Directors
Are you passionate about our profession? Do you want to get more involved in advocating for pharmacy technicians? Are you looking to build your leadership skills? Consider joining our Board of Directors!
What does the Board do?
The Board of Directors governs the affairs of the Society and supervises, controls, and directs all its activities. The Board actively pursues the mission and goals of the Society and may adopt policies for the conduct of its business. By joining the PTSA Board of Directors you’ll be actively involved in these pursuits.
The Board operates in a “working” capacity on a volunteer basis. This means that Board members work together to define goals and objectives, and assist with developing ways to achieve results along with the help of committee members.
All board members are responsible to:
- Prepare for and attend board meetings and the annual general meeting.
- Report on the status of assigned initiatives and keep the board apprised of completed work.
- Recruit, chair or liaise with committees in order to achieve initiatives.
- Prepare blog submissions to communicate with the membership.
- Approve an annual budget and ensure expenditures are within the budget.
- Develop and/or maintain policies for governing the Society.
- Represent PTSA at various functions.
- Assist the transition of successors.
The board positions available for the 2022/23 year are:
All board position descriptions are available in the Member’s Only section of the website.
In order to be an elected Director on the Board, you need to be a Full Pharmacy Technician Member of PTSA in good standing. Any Full Member may be nominated and self-nominations are welcome. Directors may be elected for 1-2 year terms. Directors take office immediately following the Annual General Meeting in September.
Nominees will be asked to identify the board positions they are interested in and share their relevant experience. Nominees will be contacted with more information about the election process following the close of elections.
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