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Purpose of this Policy and Regulatory Directive

  1. This purpose of this Policy and Regulatory Directive (PRD) is to identify the role and responsibilities of the Executive Director.

Appointment of Executive Director

  1. The BoD will appoint the Executive Director for a period of two years on years alternating with the election of the Directors. For example, if the Directors are elected in Y2003 and Y2005, the Executive Director will be appointed in Y2004 and Y2006.
  2. The BoD will determine the selection method for the Executive Director. The BoD will also decide on the term of the contract with the Executive Director.
  3. The incoming BoD is responsible to ensure that there is a suitable transition period between the incumbent Executive Director and the newly appointed Executive Director.

Removal of Executive Director

  1. The BoD can remove an Executive Director by a majority vote of the BoD. The President shall ensure that a clause addressing the removal of the Executive Director is included in the contract with the Executive Director.

Remuneration of Executive Director

  1. The BoD shall set the remuneration of the Executive Director.

Responsibilities of the Executive Director

  1. The Executive Director is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the association. The specific responsibilities of the Executive Director are specified in the Job Description that shall be referenced by, and attached to the agreement that is entered into between the HPAC/ACVL and the Executive Director, and further as is itemized in any and all individual PRDs.

Note: the position of "Business Manager" was renamed to "Executive Director" during the 2012 ADM.

Nov 5 2013   Top Top