Serve as the chief executive officer, responsible to the Board of Directors, for the effective management of the chapter according to its mission. Oversee all aspects of the business of TCEP at the direction of the Board, including oversight of financial affairs, promotional materials, and supervision of TCEP personnel including supervising, monitoring, and evaluating legislative representation.
CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Keep or cause to be kept an accurate record for all minutes and transactions of the Board of Directors, Committees and other chapter meetings. 2. Develop, implement, evaluate and provide oversight of TCEP annual budget. Present to the Board annually in February for the next year’s business efforts. Update the Board on deviations from the budget. 3. Implement, monitor and update TCEP policies as adopted by the Board.
4. Maintain contacts and relationships with the national ACEP as determined by the Board. Open lines of communication and collaboration with the Texas Medical Association, Texas Osteopathic Medical Association and with other Texas physician specialties.
5. Oversee TCEP publications with respect to development and distribution.
6. Supervise TCEP website development, revision, and maintenance.
7. Develop position descriptions for all other TCEP staff; supervise, monitor and evaluate all TCEP staff. Provide semi-annual reports to the Board regarding TCEP staff evaluations.
8. Plan and direct the development of TCEP’s strategic plan.
9. Implement, evaluate and provide oversight of TCEP meetings and conferences. 10. Oversee TCEP’s advocacy efforts. Identify, contract, supervise TCEP’s public relations and governmental relations efforts, as well as the lobbying team. 11. Oversee communications platforms through development of tools to help TCEP with essential communications (Staff, Board of Directors, Executive Director and individual members.)
12. Facilitate TCEP sponsored medical school and residency program visits. 13. Facilitate platforms that enhance member access to TCEP activities, and establish active efforts to grow and maintain membership
14. Oversee the financial affairs of TCEP including oversight of accounts, deposits, withdrawals from any and all accounts of the College. Making sure the tax returns are timely filed and yearly budget is given to the Board. 15. Participate on the Board of Directors of EMPACT (or any successor) as its Executive Director.
16. Manage and maintain the TCEP office condominium, including oversight of proper maintenance, repairs and leasing of extra space. 17. Collaborate relationships with the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee and other leaders of the Chapter. 18. Perform other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors, acting through the Executive Committee from time to time.
19. Attend business and educational meetings as assigned.
REQUIREMENTS: 1. Willingness to relocate to Austin in 1-2 years
2. Bachelor's degree in management, education, communications, health care or related field or equivalent related experience
3. Minimum of five year’s experience in a nonprofit organization that includes management of multiple, simultaneous projects; budgeting; contract negotiation and management; oversight of publications development and production; oversight of Web site development and maintenance; working with volunteer leaders
OTHER DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Demonstrated oral and written communication skills 2. Meeting planning experience 3. Multiple management company experience 4. Membership and association management experience 5. Certified Association Executive (CAE) 6. Supervisory experience 7. PAC management knowledge / experience
The Texas College of Emergency Physicians is a 501c(6) organization composed of over 2050 emergency physicians in Texas. Our membership includes emergency physicians who practice in a wide variety of settings, including: large and small groups, academic centers, urban and rural, board certified and non-board certified, residents, and medical students. Despite the varied backgrounds they work together for the common goal of furthering the specialty of emergency medicine in Texas.