Vice President

1. Constitutional Responsibilities
a. The vice president shall serve as Bylaws Committee Chair and in other capacities as the President shall assign. (Article VII, Section (3)(C)
b. Term of office is 2 years (Article VII, Section (4)(B)(2)
c. Meetings: Attend four (4) Executive Committee meetings (via conference call), and attend four (4) live Board of Director’s meetings.

2. Specific Responsibilities
a. Serves on the Executive Committee
b. Presides at meetings of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee in the absence of the president.
c. Serves as the Board liaison to the Professional Development Director, various task forces, committees, and other groups assigned

3. Additional Qualifications
a. Because the vice president may at any time assume the duties of President, the position requires the same additional qualifications.
b. Experience in association leadership positions
c. Ability to function independently and interdependently and to provide direction and leadership
d. Sound understanding of the healthcare delivery system, the profession, and the association. e. Strong communication and interaction skills, including awareness of parliamentary procedure f. Ability to be a futuristic leader
g. Ability and willingness to devote time to fulfilling responsibilities

4. Additional Time and Financial Commitments
a. Time: The position of vice president requires approximately 2-3 hours/ month.
b. Financial Commitments: The primary financial impact results from the time that is likely spent away from the practice setting.