elected representatives of the union. The President of Local 13500 is Sandy Kmetyk and the Secretary-Treasurer is Terri Senich. There are five Executive-Vice Presidents: Julie DaLoisio (Central Division), Carol Coultas (Pittsburgh-Western Division), Jazmin Torres (Philadelphia Division), Richard Hunt (AT&T Division), and Michael McCalla (Eastern Division).
A Condominium Corporationâ€™s Officers â€” the minimum being a President, a Secretary and a Treasurer â€” are elected by unit owners and/or mortgage lenders or selected from and by the members of the Corporationâ€™s Board of Directors in accordance with procedures set out in the bylaws of the Condominium Corporation. The President chairs meetings of the Board or General Meetings of the Condominium Corporation membership and may cast a vote in Board decisions. The Secretary keeps the minutes of Board and General Meetings. The Treasurer ensures that proper financial records are maintained for the Corporation. See the Condominium Corporationâ€™s bylaws for details on the titles and duties of the Officers.
Officers of a corporation are appointed by the board of directors to execute the policies that have been established by the board of directors. The officers include the chief executive officer (CEO), the chief operations officer (COO), chief financial officer (CFO), vice presidents, treasurer, secretary, and controller. To Top
A limited liability company may (but is not required to) have officers run the day-to-day operations. Officers serve at the pleasure of either (i) the managers, if the limited liability company is managed by managers, or (ii) by the members if the limited liability company is member-managed. Members or managers may also be officers. There is no limit on the maximum number of officers. A person may hold more than one office. In fact, the same person may hold all offices. If you have two or more persons who will act as officers, the president and the secretary should not be the same person. Additional officers which may be elected include, but are not limited to: Vice President, Assistant Treasurer, Controller, Assistant Secretary, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Administrative Officer.
The directors of a corporation appoint the officers. The officers are responsible for the daily operations of the business. In most cases, they are the President, Treasurer and Secretary. In some states, one person can occupy all three positions.
Officers are elected by the board of directors and are responsible for managing a corporation.
appointed by the board of directors to be responsible for the day to day activities of the corporation.
The officers of a corporation run its day-to-day operations under the supervision of the Board of Directors. A corporation generally must have three officers: (1) a president, (2) a treasurer and (3) a secretary. There is no limit on the maximum number of officers, and a person may hold more than one office. In fact, the same person may hold all three offices. If you have two or more persons who will act as officers, the president and the secretary should not be the same person. Additional officers that may be elected include, but are not limited to: Vice President, Assistant Treasurer, Controller, Assistant Secretary, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Administrative Officer.
That portion of the legislative staff elected by the members of the Senate, with the exception of the Lieutenant Governor who is the President of the Senate by Constitution. This includes the President Pro Tempore, Secretary of the Senate, Engrossing and Enrolling Director, Sergeant-at-Arms, Doorkeeper and the Chaplain.
That portion of the legislative staff elected by the membership. In Michigan, only the Clerk of the House and Secretary of the Senate are elected by the Membership.
Those members of the Legislature who are elected by the membership of their respective houses at the beginning of each session. Assembly officers include: Speaker, Speaker pro Tempore, Chief Clerk, Sergeant-at-Arms. Senate officers include: President pro Tempore, Secretary of the Senate, Sergeant-at-Arms.
Individuals appointed by the board of directors who are responsible for carrying out the duties of the corporation.
The Directors and Company Secretary of the RTM Company.
The bylaws of a cooperative usually describe several positions to be held by member in the cooperative; these positions can be President, Secretary, Vice President, Treasurer, and so on. Sometimes a legal document will require the signature of corporate officers.
The Deck Officers, in order of command, are - Captain, Staff Captain, Chief Officer, First Officer(s). The Captain is first in command of the ship. As second in command, the Staff Captain is fully capable of assuming command of the ship, if necessary. The Chief Officer's primary responsibilities include overseeing maintenance and supplies for the ship. The First Officers' main responsibilities are to maintain around-the-clock staffing of the bridge, even while the ship is in port.
Officers are appointed by the board of directors and are responsible for the daily operation of the corporation. The titles and duties of each officer are usually listed in the company's bylaws. Common officer titles are president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer.
People appointed by the directors to manage the daily affairs of a corporation. The officers usually consist of a president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary.
The directors appoint officers. They manage the daily affairs of the corporation. A corporation's officers usually consist of a president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary. In most states, one person can hold all of these posts.
Individuals appointed by the board of directors who are responsible for carrying out the boardâ–“s policies and for making day to day decisions.
Elected by the directors, these persons (e.g., President, Treasurer, Secretary) are responsible for the day to day operations of the corporation.
Run the day-to-day affairs of the business; usually include a president, secretary, treasurer, and vice president.
The senior staff on a ship, including the captain, who actually drive and navigate the ship.
Persons elected by the board of directors to carry out the day to day operations of the company. Offices may be designated and titled, such as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Operations Officer (COO) President, Vice-president, Treasurer, and/or Secretary.
Elected representatives of the union such as president, vice president, secretary/treasurer, recording secretary, and trustees.