November 2009 – The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) is soliciting nominations through its Nominating Committee for qualified individuals to serve three-year terms on its Board of Directors. For the 2010-2013 term, there are three (3) positions to be filled.
Function of the NCCCO Board of Directors. NCCCO certifications serve many stakeholders in crane-related operations, and the Board must have broad representation of its stakeholder interests. As the ultimate supervisory body of NCCCO, the Board of Directors establishes policy, and reviews all recommendations from the Commission for changes to its policies and procedures. The Board is also responsible for prosecuting the mission of NCCCO as stated in the bylaws of the organization, and has oversight over all fiscal matters.
Qualifications of Nominees. Qualified candidates will be able to align themselves with the NCCCO mission and bring the commitment necessary to further its goals through participation at the highest level of governance. Candidates will be able to document extensive managerial and supervisory experience in crane-related activities in construction and/or general industry. They will be accustomed to working within a committee consensus-building environment, and have a demonstrated understanding of, and skill working within, a committee structure. Candidates will also exhibit proficiency in the interpersonal and communication skills required of committee work.
Application Process. If you are interested in being considered for service on the Board of Directors, please review the two documents Duties and Responsibilities of NCCCO Board Members and the Bylaws of the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators, as amended May 13, 2008 (in particular Articles IV and V), and submit your completed application packet to the Chairman, Nominations Committee in care of the Executive Director at email@example.com. Deadline for receipt of applications is December 30, 2009.