NORTH TEXAS COMPENSATION ASSOCIATION
As a board member you have the opportunity to use your voice and connections to help shape the organization’s mission.
☑Free NTCA Membership Dues, Member Luncheon & Events
☑WorldatWork Certification Course & Exam
☑Build a personal legacy...leaving the professional community a better place than when you arrived.
☑Members should serve on NTCA board because programs are better implemented when informed by those they serve.
☑Board service is a learning opportunity and a chance to broaden your perspective on many issues and learn a lot in terms of both content areas and how NTCA functions.
☑Increasing strategic impact. By taking a more strategic approach to solving problems, volunteering on NTCA board gives you the vantage point to better see community and organizational problems and connect them in a much more strategic way.
☑Broaden your professional associations by providing access to new networks that may not have been previously available or considered.
☑Gain different skill sets. Board service involves decision making, facilitating group process, governance, financial management, marketing and branding—all skills you can develop and apply in your professional life.
☑Create good will. Doing good things in your community can go a long way in the professional world. It can bolster your credibility and show that you have an interest in making the world you live in a better place—something an employer would likely consider a valuable quality!
Responsible for directing NTCA strategy and presides at membership and Board of Directors meetings. This position is the official spokesperson for NTCA and guides the directors and committees in carrying out the goals and objectives for NTCA. Handles group public relations and the ongoing solicitation of new members. Responsible for association relations as they relate to promoting NTCA and the membership.
Works closely with the President & Vice-President in managing the activities and operations of NTCA. May perform the duties of the President as directed by the President. Succeeds to the office of President after the President's term or in the event of a vacancy in the office of President.
in an advisory role regarding past practices, general operations and other
matters to assist in the leadership transition and may coordinate special
projects as directed.
The Treasurer is responsible for maintaining all records related to the receipt, deposit, and disbursement of the group's funds, keeping and preserving proper vouchers and books of accounts for all activities. Authorizes all NTCA financial expenditures prior to charges being made; includes additional expenses from meeting, event, reimbursements, operations, vendors, etc. Submits records for inspection upon request from the Board. The Treasurer prepares and presents monthly financial reports to the Board of Directors and an annual report to the membership. The Treasurer also works in conjunction with the President & Vice President in preparing and reporting against the Annual Budget. Ensures the timely filing of all tax forms with local, state, and federal authorities as may be required. Responsible for Quickbooks including Chart of Accounts, transaction classing practices and oversees the activities of the Group Administrator as it relates to the handling of group funds.
Responsible for planning, publicizing and presenting programs of varying lengths, from two hours to full day, featuring industry-recognized Total Reward/HR professionals or other high-quality presenters. This includes educational breakfasts, luncheons and networking events. Programs will develop and present ideas to the Board for consideration, secure speakers and locations, and work with the Group Administrator to handle all other details necessary for program success. Serves backup to VP Education.
The Secretary puts together the board of director agenda and is responsible for meeting minutes, records attendance at Board of Director meetings and other member meetings, and maintains control of all group records, except financial and committee records.
Serves as the liaison to WorldatWork for educational planning. Responsible to plan, publicize and secure WorldatWork Certification Courses. They develop and present recommendations to the Board for course selection, contract with WorldatWork, secure the course location, arrange with the Group Administrator to register participants, distribute course materials, and handle all other details necessary. The VP Education acts as the primary liaison with WorldatWork representatives and Local Network staff. The VP education will participate in periodic meetings of the Local Network Advisory Board to WorldatWork. Serves backup to VP Programs.
Responsible for engaging businesses in the NTCA mission of educating members, advancing the compensation profession and supporting the field in North Texas. Develop relationships with key contacts at target firms. Generate revenue for NTCA through sponsorships, advertising or donors. Research & recommend new sponsors. Accountable to making sure that sponsors purchased benefits are setup. Monitors the effectiveness of NTCA sponsorship, Ads, and donor fee structure. Responsible with coordinating with all other board members as it relates to their role in fulfilling sponsor benefits.
Board meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month from 2:30pm-5:00pm. Board members are expected to attend monthly meetings and the bimonthly luncheons. Board positions serve 2 year term and elections are held at Strategy Meeting in November each year unless board position is open. Board members have three primary legal duties known as the “duty of care,” “duty of loyalty,” and “duty of obedience.”
1. Duty of Care: Take care of the nonprofit by ensuring prudent use of all assets, including facility, people, and good will;
2. Duty of Loyalty: Ensure that the nonprofit's activities and transactions are, first and foremost, advancing its mission; Recognize and disclose conflicts of interest; Make decisions that are in the best interest of the nonprofit corporation; not in the best interest of the individual board member (or any other individual or for-profit entity).
3. Duty of Obedience: Ensure that the nonprofit obeys applicable laws and regulations; follows its own bylaws; and that the nonprofit adheres to its stated corporate purposes/mission.
Board members must acknowledge and abide by the NTCA Ethics & Conduct Policy and NTCA Commitment below prior to taking office.