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National Officer- Vice President/President-Elect

DESCRIPTION:

Vice President/President-Elect:  Serves on the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee and serves as the Executive Committee’s and Board of Director’s representative on the Professional Development Committee (the Chair of the Professional Development Committee reports to this position)

President:  Leads NCURA and Chairs the Executive Committee and Board of Directors

Immediate Past President:  Serves on the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee and serves as the Executive Committee’s and Board of Director’s representative on the Nominating & Leadership Development Committee (the Chair of the Nominating & Leadership Development Committee reports to this position)

DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:
The Vice-President/President-Elect joins the NCURA Board of Directors and becomes a member of the Executive Committee during the first year of a three year commitment. He/she becomes President during the second year, and then during the third year he/she is the Immediate Past President. The key responsibilities associated with each position are described below by year.

DURATION:
One calendar year as Vice-President/President-Elect; one calendar year as President; one calendar year as Immediate Past President. Total Commitment: 3 Years

A. Function of Position - The Vice-President/President-Elect is a member of the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors.  The Vice-President/President-Elect is responsible for developing and implementing the Annual Meeting. The Vice-President/President-Elect also serves on the Professional Development Committee. During the second year the President is responsible for leading NCURA, chairing the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee and taking a lead role in the development and implementation of programs and policies that support the mission of NCURA in line withits strategic plan. He/she is also responsible for the overseeing the programmatic planning of the PRA and FRA national conferences. The Immediate Past-President remains a member of the Board and the Executive Committee and also serves on the Nominating & Leadership Development Committee.


B. Essential Duties and Responsibilities & % Time Devoted
 - Much of the Board and Executive Committee's work is accomplished through e-mail and telephone communication. This can average approximately one day a week. Additional time is spent on in-person meetings of the Board, the Executive Committee, attending Regional Meetings, as well as attending National and Global Conferences as required.   The travel associated with these activities averages out to approximately 7 to 10 trips per year during the three year commitment.

 

C. Qualifications/Requirements -


D. Training and Support
 – Completion of the NCURA Executive Leadership Program prior to seeking office will provide a solid foundation and an excellent opportunity to enhance leadership knowledge and skills. The program is particularly helpful due to its intentional focus on leadership topics and skills important to an organization such as NCURA. Support during the three year period is available from the NCURA Office.


E.  Additional Information
 (Benefits, Cost Reimbursement, Travel Requirements) - NCURA reimburses all travel and incidental expenses related to NCURA business, including travel costs incurred when the VP/P/IPP is traveling on behalf of the NCURA. In addition, Annual Meeting registration and lodging are covered by NCURA (for each of the three years in office). Upon request, the VP/P/IPP 's university office receives $500 to help off-set expenses related to their activities for NCURA for each of three years.

NOTE:

NCURA Awards: Current National Officers (President, Vice-President, Immediate Past- President, Treasurer and Secretary) and current NCURA Standing Committee Chairs and Vice Chairs (FMC, N&LDC and PDC) and the Members of the Board are ineligible for nomination for an NCURA Outstanding Achievement in Research Administration Award or for a Distinguished Service Award.