National Registry of EMTs

NREMT Board of Directors Has NREMT-at-Large (EMT) Position Opening


COLUMBUS, OH —16 March 2020 — The Board of Directors of the National Registry of Emergency Technicians is seeking qualified applicants for the Provider at-large (EMT) Board position.

Board members serve four-year terms and are required to attend two in-person NREMT Board of Directors meetings each year. Members-at-large may also sit on up to three Board committees that require additional in-person meetings or conference calls.

Candidates for this position are expected to be an active Nationally Registered EMS professional with EMS field experience providing pre-hospital emergency care. Previous involvement in NREMT initiatives is preferred.

To be considered for this position, interested parties should send a cover letter and CV to the Board Nominations Committee Chair, Robert Swor, at board@nremt.org. Submissions received after April 17th will not be considered.

From the received applications, the Nominations Committee will select a slate of qualified candidates. Elections for this position will be held by the June meeting of the NREMT Board of Directors, and terms will begin immediately.

NATIONAL REGISTRY BOARD MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES

PURPOSE OF National Registry

The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians exists to serve as the national EMS certification organization. It accomplishes this purpose by providing a valid, uniform, legally defensible and psychometrically sound process to assess the knowledge and skills required for competent practice by EMS professionals throughout their careers and to maintain a registry of certification status.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Members of the Board of Directors are responsible for the oversight, strategic planning, policy development and financial well-being of the National Registry. Board members are expected to attend board meetings and scheduled committee meetings, and to participate in other National Registry duties as assigned. In addition, Board members are expected to come prepared for all meetings, reading all materials made available and be actively engaged in all discussions and decisions.

Board members have fiduciary responsibility to the National Registry and must exercise their duties of care, loyalty and obedience in all National Registry related business. Board members are independent members of the National Registry Board and must be cognizant of recognizing any potential conflicts of interests (whether real or perceived) to ensure that all decisions are made in the best interest of the National Registry. Although board members bring varied talent and expertise, they do not represent the interest of any other organization/stakeholder.

While debates and deliberations are necessary to ensure thoughtful and careful policies are made, Board members are expected to support final decisions made by the Board. In addition, confidential material shared with board members must remain strictly confidential and must not be shared with any outside party.

TERM

Term of office:

4 years

Eligible for one additional 4-year term

Compensation:

None

Expenses:

The National Registry pays all reasonable travel expenses

TYPICAL ACTIVITIES

Year one:

(In addition to annual responsibilities)

Board orientation session with executive director (1 day)

Annually:

Board meetings June and November (1-2 days each) Assigned committee meeting(s) (1-2 days for 3-5 meetings) Periodic Board and committee conference calls, as needed

Occasionally:

Participate in subject matter expert meetings as required (Generally one in 3 years)

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NREMT Board of Directors Has NREMT-at-Large (EMT) Position Opening