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DEI Chair Primary Job Function: The purpose of this position will focus on the education and advocacy of diversity, equity and inclusion that is aligned with OTAO Taskforce Plan. This role includes but is not limited to inclusive/cultural accountability for both Board members and organizational decisions.The DEI Chair/Co-Chair will also act as a liaison between board and community members for ongoing big picture DEI vision. Term: 2 years Procedures: Attend all board meetings, ultilize OTAO Taskforce plan to ensure culturally sensitive professional presentations, evidence-based publications focused on DEI and other resources to facilitate the development of cultural humility, cultural awareness/sensitivity to provide client-centered and culturally relevant services.
Legislative Primary Job Function: Work with lobbyist and Board of Directors, assist, create and carry out action plans to defend or assist OT practice in Oregon. Term: 2 years. Procedures: Attend all board meetings, collaborate with the State of Oregon Occupational Licensing Board for both legislative and licensing issues, collaborate with AOTA on both state and federal legislative issues that effect OT practice in Oregon.
Continuing Education Primary Job Function: Coordinate the activities of OTAO and Regional Representatives to promote continuing education to the membership, including quarterly CE events and annual conference. Term: 2 years
Marketing Chair Primary Job Function: Coordinates the functions of the marketing, to meet the needs of the community practitioners and market the functions of OTAO. Term: 2 years Complete public relations and advertising activities Assist in the recruitment of new OTAO members through marketing Maintain OTAO product lines Maintain accurate records regarding financial expenditures Report activities to social media and website Coordinate maintenance and assure accuracy of website and social media accounts
Membership Primary Job Function: Supportsmembership growth by actively recruiting, retaining, and engaging members by identifying potential new members, contact lapsed members, and engage current members. Provide input and feedback regarding membership needs, programs and policies. Term: 2 years
Faculty Liaison Primary Role: to represent the perspective of the faculty from Linn-Benton. Term: a minimum of one year Shall be a liaison between faculty and the Board of Directors and a voting member of the Board of Directors Duties: Provide the board with updated information on issues affecting the education of the OT profession
Primary Job Function: Act as a liaison between OTAO and the membership in their region Term: 2 years Procedures: Attend board meetings (4-6 per year) Organize regional meetings and/or OT Night Out events Coordinate continuing education events as appropriate to meet the needs of the region Respond to inquiries about OTAO from newly licensed therapists and/or prospective members
Primary Job Function: Act as a liaison between OTAO and the membership in their region Term: 2 years Procedures: Attend board meetings (4-6 per year) Organize regional meetings and/or OT Night Out events Coordinate continuing education events as appropriate to meet the needs of the region Respond to inquiries about OTAO from newly licensed therapists and/or prospective members
Primary Job Function: Act as a liaison between OTAO and the membership in their region Term: 2 years Procedures: Attend board meetings (4-6 per year) Organize regional meetings and/or OT Night Out events Coordinate continuing education events as appropriate to meet the needs of the region Respond to inquiries about OTAO from newly licensed therapists and/or prospective members
Primary Job Function: Act as a liaison between OTAO and the membership in their region Term: 2 years Procedures: Attend board meetings (4-6 per year) Organize regional meetings and/or OT Night Out events Coordinate continuing education events as appropriate to meet the needs of the region Respond to inquiries about OTAO from newly licensed therapists and/or prospective members