NSS EXECUTIVE SEARCH COMMITTEE
Carol Tiderman, Chairman
Are you interested in running for an officer position on the NSS Board of Governors? Perhaps you're just contemplating it and would like more information about what's involved in serving as an NSS officer? If so, that's great! The Society needs talented, energetic and dedicated members to help govern and run the NSS. Read on for more information about the NSS officer positions.
The purpose of the NSS Executive Search Committee is to recruit candidates for the five NSS officer positions in accordance with Act 12-551 and Bylaw IV, Section A(3)(d). The officers are elected by the Directorate and serve a one-year term from the time the officer takes his or her seat on the Board of Governors. Incumbents may run for reelection each year and serve at the pleasure of the Directorate.
NSS officers are tasked with the day to day operation of the Society and accomplish this by delegating many of the duties to the various committees in his or her department.
THE FIVE OFFICER POSITIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS ARE:
Interested in what is going on with the officer elections?
Check out the Current Events page.
Those elected to an officer position can expect to devote several hours each week to the job, incur out of pocket expenses, travel to various caving events and activities and attend three Board of Governors meetings and two to three Executive Committee meetings each year. Still interested? If so, please contact one of the committee members below about running for a position or for more information about becoming an officer. Those interested are also strongly encouraged to review the Board of Governors Manual for more information on how the NSS operates.
Please note the Executive Search Committee should not be confused with the NSS Nominating Committee, which is responsible for the candidates for Directors to the NSS Board of Governors. Please see the NSS Nominating Committee website for more information about running for a Director position.
The Executive Search Committee site is maintained by
Gary Moss and was last updated on
March 27, 2017.