The Director shall as his primary duty serves on the Board of Directors of the Corporation. He shall work toward achieving the objectives of the Corporation for the benefit of all the members of the Corporation without special regard for any subdivision of the membership.
The Director shall inform the Board of Directors on all matters of interest to the Section when so instructed by the Section Executive Committee.
The Director shall promptly inform the Section Executive Committee of all actions of the Board of Directors. He shall also inform the Section Executive Committee in a separate written report of all matters which require action by the Section.
The Director shall chair the Current Issues and Legislative Outlook Committee.
The President is the chief executive of the Section and the Chair of the Executive Committee.
The President shall upon authorization by the Executive Committee, exercise direction and control of the business affairs of the Section.
The President shall appoint the Chair of and shall have general supervision, direction, and control of all Section committees except the Nominating Committee.
The President shall be an ex-officio, non-voting member of all Section committees.
The President-Elect shall act as an assistant to the President and in the absence of the President shall perform the duties of the President.
The President-Elect shall act as Parliamentarian for the Section and the Executive Committee. The Section shall provide the President-Elect a personal copy of the most current version of the Parliamentary Authority designated by the Bylaws.
The President-Elect shall chair the Bylaws and Policies Committee.
The Vice President, Rank and File, shall serve as the Section’s liaison to the Corporation Collective Bargaining Committee; provide Section views, needs and input to the Corporation Negotiating Team; and serve as Section representative for rank and file members’ grievances, claims, appeals, etc.
The Vice President, Rank and File shall chair the Workforce Issues Committee and shall serve on the Membership Committee.
The Vice President, Supervisory shall serve as the Section’s liaison to the Corporation Meet and Confer Committee; provide Section views, needs, and input to the Corporation Meet and Confer Team; serve as Section representative for supervisory and management members grievances, appeals, claims, etc.
The Vice President, Supervisory shall serve as the chair of the Professional Development and Professional License Exam Preparation Committee and shall serve on the Membership Committee.
The Vice President, At Large shall be the main contact with Rank and File, non- Caltrans members and shall identify and communicate their issues, concerns, challenges and opportunities to the Executive Committee.
The Vice President, At Large shall inform non-Caltrans members of Section activities.
The Vice President, At Large shall chair the Membership Committee.
The Secretary shall keep, or cause to be kept, a book of all minutes of all meetings of the Section and of the Executive Committee. Minutes shall include all information specified by the Parliamentary Authority. Format for minutes shall be consistent with those generally accepted for non-profit organizations, or as directed by the Corporation.
The Secretary shall keep, or cause to be kept, a register showing the names of persons and other personally-identifying information as shall be generally available or made available from the Corporation, who are eligible for Section or Corporation membership and who have not elected to become members of the Corporation or the Section. The Secretary shall inform the Membership committee of these persons to assist the committee in its recruitment efforts.
The Secretary shall be responsible for the security of these registers, and for the privacy of their contents. The format of these registers shall be as directed by the Executive Committee.
The Secretary shall provide copies of minutes of Section meetings to all Section officers within 30 calendar days of the meeting unless otherwise directed by the Executive Committee.
The Secretary shall provide copies of minutes of Executive Committee meetings to all officers of the Section within 10 working days of each Executive Committee meeting unless otherwise directed by the President.
The Secretary shall provide the Corporation such reports of minutes and membership as may from time to time be required or requested.
The Secretary shall maintain, or cause to be maintained, the current official copies of all Minutes of Section Meetings, Minutes of Section Executive Committee meetings, the Corporation Operating Manuals, Section Operating Manuals, Corporation Policies, Section Policies, Corporation Articles of Incorporation, the Section charter, the Corporation Bylaws, and the Section Bylaws. These documents shall be available upon reasonable notice for inspection by any Section member.
The Treasurer shall maintain, or cause to be maintained, the records of funds acquired and disbursed, and of property acquired and disposed of, in accordance with generally accepted accounting practices germane to nonprofit organizations.
The Treasurer shall report to the membership and to the Executive
Committee when they meet the financial status of the Section
The Treasurer shall collect and keep on account the special funds of the Section as directed by the Executive Committee.
The Treasurer shall disburse the special funds of the Section as directed by the Executive Committee.
The Treasurer shall prepare, or cause to be prepared, all financial reports required by the Corporation or Section Bylaws, the Corporation board of Directors, or the Executive committee.
The outgoing Treasurer shall give a complete finance report at the annual meeting showing the sources of income and classes of expenditures with the amounts thereof for the preceding year.