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Posted on 4/20/2018 by Hasani Hayden

OPENINGS FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBERSHIP Project C.U.R.E., Inc. is seeking citizens of Montgomery County for membership on its Board of Directors. Project C.U.R.E., Inc. is a certified, non-profit, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program that has provided a variety of services for over 45 years to substance abuse victims and their families residing in Dayton– Montgomery County and surrounding communities. If you reside within Montgomery County and are interested in making a difference by responding to the tremendous problems associated with the drug epidemic in our community, we need you to fill this very important position on our Board of Directors. Your membership participation will also help determine the path Project C.U.R.E., Inc. will follow into the future. Interested persons may obtain an application with supporting information by contacting our administrative offices at 937-262-3505. All candidates must be willing to attend Board of Directors’ meetings on the third Thursday of each month, read and become familiar with all material applicable to Board business, and participate in decision-making related to general Board business. We look forward to hearing from you.


Project C.U.R.E., Inc.

Board Member Job Description

1.        Be willing to learn the Mission and goals of the organization.  Know its service objectives.

2.        Be willing to learn and become knowledgeable of the policies and codes of the Agency.

3.         Attend all scheduled Board meetings.  Be regular and punctual at Board and committee meetings.  If unable to attend, give early notice to Chairperson or by calling into the Agency.

4.         Be a member of at least one Board of Directors’ Standing or Temporary Committees.

5.         Be involved at meetings, ask questions, discuss and participate in the decision-making.  When you are not clear on facts, ideas or suggestions, ask for clarification.  Speak out on ideas you do not favor—silence is often interpreted as consent.    Be careful not to take too much of the meeting time for items that could be accomplished before or after the session.

6.         Be informed about the background issues in order to discuss them responsibly.  Review meeting Agenda prior to meeting.

7.         Be willing to learn and become knowledgeable of the legal, legislative and political implications of Board actions and decisions.

8.         Respect the roles and responsibilities of the Board and staff.

9.         Maintain and respect the lines of communication between the Board and staff.

10.     Understand the monthly Financial Statements presented.  As a Board member you have a legal fiduciary responsibility for the Agency’s financial stability.

11.     Maintain the confidentiality of Board business.

12.     Participate in recruitment of new Board members and be willing to mentor new Board members.

13.     Support and participate in member relation’s efforts and assist in member retention efforts.

14.     Hire and evaluate the Chief Executive Officer.

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Posted on 4/20/2018 by Hasani Hayden
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