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The Board of Directors elects new board members from among those who qualify and formally apply for the position by August 15th. In addition to completing the application, technologist candidates must meet the following requirements in order to be considered.
The candidates for technologist member of the Board must be qualified in nuclear medicine technology by high professional standards as reflected by clearly demonstrated educational background and academic qualifications. This is demonstrated by:
- active certification by the NMTCB.
- active involvement in nuclear medicine technology affairs for at least five years.
- continuous membership with the SNMMITS.
- no real or perceived conflict of interest through participation in other organizations, as determined by the Board of Directors.
- sufficient interest in the Board and time available for fulfillment of duties as director
What is expected of the Directors:
The NMTCB Board of Directors meets twice per year – usually in March and October. The time commitment to the Board annually includes a total of six days for the two Board meetings and a reported average of five hours monthly during the year. Officers and committee chairpersons require additional time commitments.
Board members are expected to attend all Board meetings and carry out all assigned tasks on a timely basis. The number of assigned tasks often depends on how involved the member is – and depends on what committee(s) they work with during their term. The term is for 4 years and a second consecutive term may be served if desired by the Director and approved by the Board. As the budget allows, Board Members may receive a small honorarium in appreciation for their work – and the NMTCB covers all of the approved per diem expenses that a Director incurs while they are traveling/working for the NMTCB.
The Board of Directors develops all examinations administered by the NMTCB, establishes policies applicable to the certificants, monitors and participates in organizations associated with nuclear medicine technology and oversees the finances of the organization.
Use the links below to view and print the NMTCB Director application and Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest statements.
Director applications are due in the NMTCB office by August 15th.
These documents are in PDF format, which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. The Adobe Acrobat Reader is free, and can be obtained by following the link below:
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