Policy J-03 F
Issued: 02 Jan 2011
Revised: 16 Jan 2020
ASNT Board of Directors Job Description
The purpose of this policy is to further define the primary responsibilities of the Board of Directors.
This policy applies to individuals who serve on the ASNT Board of Directors.
3.1 ASNT Bylaws
3.2 Attachment A-ASNT Board of Directors Commitment Agreement
3.3 Attachment B-ASNT Board of Directors Nomination Form-(this will be a separate file.)
4.0 Responsibilities of the Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is responsible for effectively governing the Society. In executing this role, the Board shall:
4.1 Ensure the Society serves its mission.
4.2 Ensure the Society complies with national, state, and local laws and regulations.
4.3 Protect the Society’s identity and integrity. Receive and address complaints and allegations of wrongdoing—its omission or commission, including conflicts of interest.
4.4 Set the strategic direction for the Society.
4.5 Ensure resources are properly allocated in support of the Society’s mission.
4.6 Oversee the management of the Society, review and approve management plans and budgets, and ensure resources are prudently managed. Require accountability, transparency, loyalty, and conformity by management.
4.7 Review and approve amendments to the Bylaws.
4.8 Review and authorize association policies.
4.9 Elect Society Officers and nominate At-large Directors for election by the members; discipline, discharge and replace Officers and Directors for reasons authorized by the Bylaws.
4.10 Create, appoint, and oversee committees.
4.11 Ensure the Society maintains records as required by law, regulation, and policy.
4.12 Authorize and execute dissolution; approve changes in the Society’s corporate entity, tax exemption status, name and location of its principal office.
5.0 Chairperson of the Board and Membership
Chairperson of the Board and membership shall be in compliance with the ASNT Bylaws.
6.0 Reporting Requirements
Minutes of the Board of Directors meetings shall be recorded.