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The Texas Society of Radiologic Technologists has a four member Board of Directors.  The TSRT membership elects the vice president each year.  The Board of Directors is a move up position starting as vice president, president elect, president, board chairman.  The new board is always presented to the membership at the TSRT Annual Meeting prior to serving their terms of office.
 
Vice President
 
Duties:  The TSRT Vice President is elected by the TSRT membership in the annual election and serves for a term of four years.  During this time, they will move up the chain of leadership.  The TSRT Bylaws describes the duties of office.  The primary duties of the vice president are to serve as a member of the TSRT Board of Directors and assume the duties of president when necessay.  In the event that the president vacates the office, the vice president assumes the duties of the president.
 
Time Commitment:  The vice president can expect to spend a minimum of 5-10 hours per week answering emails, reviewing documents and working with TSRT staff.  Some of this time is during regular working hours, some is after working hours and some is on weekends.  The vice president is expected to attend all TSRT Board of Directors meetings and the Annual Meeting.  Other requested travel may include representing TSRT at the ASRT House of Delegates Meeting or Austin for Legislation.  The vice president should expect to spend a minimum of 20 days attending TSRT meetings and functions.  These travel days occur during the week and on weekends.
 
Qualifications:  Must currently practice in the radiologic science or health care profession.  Be a voting member of the ASRT.  Be a voting member of the TSRT.  Be able to show proof of earned continuing education credits in the radiologic science.  Served on a TSRT committee for a minimum of one year.
 
Skills:  Able to manage multiple projects, comfortable speaking and presenting to large groups, attention to detail, familiar with parliamentary procedure, knowledge of TSRT governance and practice standards processes and able to build collaborative relationships and manage conflict within groups.
 
President Elect
 
Duties:  The TSRT president elect is a moveup position.  The individual serves for a term of one year.  The president elect automatically assumes the position of president the third year and assumes the office of chairman of the Board the fourth year following election as vice president.  The primary duties of the president elect are to serve as a member of the TSRT Board of Directors, serve as a member of the Legislative committee, make appointments for presidential committees during term as president and prepare to assume the office of president the following year.
 
Time Commitments:  The president elect can expect to spend a minimum of 5-10 hours per week answering emails, reviewing documents and working with TSRT staff.  Some of this time is during regular working hours, some is after working hours and some is on weekends.  The president elect is expected to attend all TSRT Board of Directors meetings and the ASRT House of Delegates Meeting.  Other requested travel may include representing TSRT at affiliate meetings and meetings with other organizations.  The president elect should expect to spend a minimum of 20 days attending TSRT meetings and functions.  These travel days occur during the week and on weekends.
 
Qualifications:  Must currently practice in the radiologic science or health care profession.  Be a voting member of the ASRT.  Be a voting member of the TSRT.  Be able to show proof of earned continuing education credits in the radiologic science.  Served on a TSRT committee for a minimum of one year.
 
Skills: Able to manage multiple projects, comfortable speaking and presenting to large groups, attention to detail, knowledge of TSRT governance processess, knowledge of financial accounting for nonprofit organizations and able to build collaborative relationships.
 
President
 
Duties:  The TSRT president serves for a term of one year following service as TSRT president elect.  The primary duties of the president are to serves as a member of the TSRT Board of Directors, serve as the official spokesperson for the TSRT, serve as TSRT liaison to external organizations, serve as a member of the TSRT legislative committee, serve as TSRT Board liaison to presidential committees, preside at Board meetings, present an annual report of the Board of Directors' activities and election results at the Annual Meeting and prepare to assume the office of Chairman of the Board the following year.
 
Time Commitment:  The president can expect to spend a minimum of 10 hours per week answering emails, reviewing documents and working with TSRT staff.  Some of this time is during regular working hours, some is after working hours and some on weekends.  The president is expect to attend all TSRT Board of Directors meetings and the TSRT Annual Meeting.  Other requested travel may include representing TSRT at affiliate meetings and meetings with other organizations.  The president should expect to spend a minimum of 30 days attending TSRT meetings and functions.  These travel days occur during the week and on weekends.
 
Skills:  Able to manage multiple projects, be comfortable speaking and presenting to large groups, have an attention to detail and knowledge of TSRT/ASRT governance processes, be able to build collaborative relationships and concisely communicate TSRT's position with clarity and tact and manage conflict within groups.
 
Chairman of the Board
 
The outgoing president automatically assumes the position of chairman of the Board.
 
Duties:  The TSRT chairman of the Board serves for a term of one year following service as TSRT president.  The primary duties of the chairman of the Board are to manage the TSRT Board of Directors and Executive Office, serve as the official spokesperson for the TSRT Board of Directors, serve as a member of the TSRT Legistlative Committee, serve as an ASRT HOD alternate, serve as Board liaison to the Committee on Nominations and serve as Board liaison to the ASRT and ARRT.
 
Time Commitment:  The chairman of the Board can expect to spend a minimum of 5-10 hours per week answering emails, reviewing documents and working with TSRT staff.  Some of this time is during regular working hours, some is after working hours and some on weekends.  The chairman of the Board is expect to attend all TSRT Board of Directors meetings and the TSRT Annual Meeting.  Other requested travel may include representing TSRT at affiliate meetings and meetings with other organizations.  The president should expect to spend a minimum of 20 days attending TSRT meetings and functions.  These travel days occur during the week and on weekends.
 
Skills:  Able to manage multiple projects, be comfortable speaking and presenting to large groups, directing a group of people to come to a decision, familiar with parliamentary procedure, have an attention to detail and knowledge of TSRT/ASRT governance processes, be able to build collaborative relationships and concisely communicate TSRT's position with clarity and tact and manage conflict within groups.
 
Executive Office Manager
 
Duties: The EOM will manage and direct the organization towards the objectives and goals as set forth by the Board of Directors.  Plan, coordinate and control the daily operation of the organization.  Work directly with the TSRT Board Chair.  The EOM will serve as an advisor to the Board of Directors.  They will work to implement current and long range goals, objectives, policies and procedures of the organization as set forth by the Board of Directors.  Have the ability to dispense advice, guidance, direction and authorization to carry out major plans, standards and procedures, consistent with the established policies and Board of Directors approval. Serve on the financial audit committee to assist in the overseeing of the organization financial structure.  Oversees the day to day financial spending of the organization to maintain adequacy and soundness of the organizations financial structure.  Coordinate financial reports with the TSRT Board Chair.  Plan and direct all investigations and negotiations pertaining to corporate sponsors with the TSRT Board Chair.  Establish and maintain an effective system of communication with the Board of Directors and the membership.  Represent the Organization to the State Legislature, corporate sponsors, donors, financial supporters, and the public.  Work with the TMB regarding issues related to licensure in Texas.  Work with the Technology and ODM Committee Chair to maintain and manage the TSRT web site.
 
The EOM acts as the Executive Secretary for the organization.  They coordinate and keep records of all meetings, proceedings of correspondence, financial statements and publications of TSRT and the Board of Directors.  Electronically record and maintain all minutes of the Board of Directors Meetings.  Serve on the financial audit committee to assist in the overseeing of the financial structure of TSRT.  Post minutes on the TSRT website as approved by the Chair.  Send notices of meetings by email to members of the organization as required.  Maintain current membership database of the organization.  Work with accounting firm to help maintain all books, records and documents as required by law.  Assist with publications and distribution of all TSRT official publications and literature (Tex-Rays & Tex-Points).  Prepare and maintain the financial records of the organization and present a report to the Board Chair for review.
 
Qualifications:  To perform the job of Executive Office Manager successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:
  • Education and/or experience
  • Language skills
  • Mathematical skills
  • Reasoning skills
  • Certifications, licensure, registrations

Salary and Term of Employment:  The TSRT Board Chair will be responsible to the TSRT Executive Office.  The EOM will report directly to this person.  The Board Chair will negotiate the salary and contract of the EOM.  Term of employment for the EOM shall be from September 1- August 31 and is to be renewed annually.