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TPCB Seeks Expression of Interest for Discipline Director

Deadline is August 1

The Transportation Professional Certification Board (TPCB) has one vacancy on the board for a Discipline Director and is seeking expressions of interest from certificants who are willing to be considered by the nominations committee to be placed on the ballot.

Individuals will be selected by the nominations committee from those who express interest and who subsequently are elected by the certificants. The terms of office will begin at the conclusion of the current directors’ terms on December 31, 2022 and run for three years.

The successful candidate must receive a majority of the certificants that vote. To be eligible for nomination you must have held your certification for at least one year prior to nomination.

The Board is comprised of twelve voting directors and one ex officio director. The Board typically meets face-to-face twice a year - a full-day annual meeting at ITE headquarters in Washington, D.C. in the spring or fall (travel expenses are reimbursed) and at the ITE Annual Meeting and Exhibition. The Board will also meet periodically via conference call.

The Certification Board shall have sole and complete authority, supervision, control, and direction of the affairs of the Corporation, its committees and publications; shall determine its policies and rules and changes therein; shall promote its objectives; may employ an Executive Director and such other employees as it determines; and shall supervise the disbursements of its funds. It may enter into contracts and sue or be sued.

The Certification Board may adopt such rules and regulations for the conduct of its business as it shall deem advisable, and may, from time to time, delegate or rescind the delegation of certain of its authorities and responsibilities to the Chair, the Executive Director, or others.

The Certification Board shall prepare an annual statement of the principal accomplishments of the Corporation and its financial operations. This statement shall be available to all Directors and certified transportation professionals.

If you wish to express interest in being considered for nomination to stand for election to the Board, please:

  1. Send a one page resume listing the professional positions that you have held and the starting and ending date, your professional activities and your education;

  2. Provide a one page statement of why you would like to serve as a Discipline Director and what you will bring to that office; and

  3. A statement of consent to hold the position of director if elected signed by your employer.

Please send these to Jeff Paniati to arrive no later than August 1.

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