The following information describes the roles and responsibilities of the positions up for nomination. 

 

VICE PRESIDENT (voting member)

A. Selection and Qualifications:

  1. Must be an OT/OTA and a member in good standing of TNOTA.

  2. Elected by the membership in even years for two years as Vice President.

B. Functions and Responsibilities:

  1. Chief elected officer of TNOTA in the absence of the President and representative of TNOTA.

  2. Alternate liaison between TNOTA, AOTA, and other external organizations.

C. Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Perform all responsibilities of the President in the absence of the President.

  2. Work with Continuing Education Chairs on all continuing education activities of TNOTA including the Annual

    Conference.

  3. Act as Conference Chair and appoint any vacant continuing education chair(s).

  4. Additional responsibilities as assigned by the President or Executive Board.

D. Line of Responsibility:

1. Accountable to the TNOTA President, Executive Board, and membership.



TREASURER (voting member)

A. Selection and Qualifications:

  1. Must be an OT/OTA and a member in good standing of TNOTA.

  2. Elected by the membership in even years for a two -year term as Treasurer.

B. Functions and Responsibilities:

  1. Work with CPA/bookkeeper to maintain accurate and current records of all financial transactions.

  2. Disburse funds in accordance with the budget and /or Executive Board approval.

  3. Coordinate, establish, and maintain an annual budget for TNOTA operations and provide financial reports for the Executive Board on a regular basis.

C. Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Open or maintain checking and savings accounts in TNOTA’s name, using TNOTA’s Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN). Work with the past Treasurer or arrange transfer of authorization to write checks.

  2. Maintain an acceptable automated accounting system.

  1. Submit a year-to-date financial report at each Executive Board meeting and state membership meeting. The report should include a balance sheet and profit and loss statement.

  2. Sign all checks promptly upon receipt of TNOTA reimbursement forms with attached receipts, or upon receipt of invoices by vendors and other outside agencies.

  3. Reimburse districts for expenses incurred upon receipt of TNOTA reimbursement forms with attached receipts

  4. Work with CPA/bookkeeper to file appropriate state and federal tax returns.

  5. Work with TNOTA President to prepare and submit to the Executive Board a year-end financial

    report of all TNOTA activities and a proposed budget for the coming year.

  6. Arrange for an annual audit or compilation as directed by the Executive Board.

D. Line of Responsibility:

     1. Accountable to the TNOTA President, Executive Board, and membership.

 

PRESIDENT-ELECT (non-voting member)

A. Selection and Qualifications:

  1. Must be an OT/OTA and a member in good standing of TNOTA.

  2. Elected by the membership in even years for a one -year term as President-Elect prior to becoming President.

B. Functions and Responsibilities:

  1. Will be involved in working with TNOTA President in learning day-to-day operations of organization. 

  2. Will serve on TNOTA Conference Committee.

C. Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Complete Memberclicks website training

  2. Receive mailbox key from President at conclusion of TNOTA President's term.

  1. Work with TNOTA President and Treasurer to complete upcoming year budget.

D. Line of Responsibility:

     1. Accountable to the TNOTA President.

 

2018  Officer Nominations