Executive Director. (a) The HMO must employ a qualified individual to serve as the Executive Director for its HHSC HMO Program(s). Such Executive Director must be employed full-time by the HMO, be primarily dedicated to HHSC HMO Program(s), and must hold a Senior Executive or Management position in the HMO’s organization, except that the HMO may propose an alternate structure for the Executive Director position, subject to HHSC’s prior review and written approval.
Executive Director. (a) The MCO must employ a qualified individual to serve as the Executive Director for its HHSC MCO Program(s). Such Executive Director must be employed full-time by the MCO, be primarily dedicated to HHSC MCO Program(s), and must hold a Senior Executive or Management position in the MCO’s organization, except that the MCO may propose an alternate structure for the Executive Director position, subject to HHSC’s prior written approval.
Executive Director. The Executive Director shall serve on the MSTIC Executive Committee as a non-voting Member. The Executive Director oversees operations of the MSTIC according to the policies, procedures, and strategic direction set by the Executive Committee and will serve as the single point of contact to the Member, the Government or their respective designees. The Consortium Management Firm will provide the Executive Director.
Executive Director. The Governing Board shall be responsible for the appointment and termination of the Executive Director. An interim Executive Director shall be appointed by the Transition Board as provided in Section 6.b. The interim Executive Director shall serve in such capacity until a permanent Executive Director is appointed by the Governing Board. A Supermajority Vote of the Governing Board is required to appoint the Executive Director of Snohomish County 911. The Executive Director shall be responsible to the Governing Board and shall advise it from time to time on a proposed budget and other appropriate matters in order to fully implement the purposes of this Agreement. The Executive Director shall administer Snohomish County 911 in its day-to-day operations, including but not limited to: approving and overseeing the administration of all operating procedures and public records management procedures consistent with Governing Board policies; and appointing persons to fill other staff positions in the Snohomish County 911 and overseeing the evaluation and discipline, hiring and firing of employees, and administration of collective bargaining agreements and other personnel contracts consistent with Governing Board policies. Only the Governing Board shall be authorized to hire or retain legal counsel and independent accountants and auditors. Other consultants or legal counsel for specialized purposes within the Executive Director’s signing authority as it may be defined by the Board from time to time may be designated in such manner as the Governing Board may determine subject to Sections 5 and 6. The Executive Director shall have experience in technical, financial and administrative fields and his or her appointment shall be on the basis of merit only. The Executive Director is an “at will” employee and may be terminated upon the Simple Majority Vote of the Governing Board.
Executive Director. The Practice Management Board will direct the day-to-day functions of the Executive Director in implementing the policies agreed by the Practice Management Board. The Executive Director shall meet with the Medical Director of each Cost Center on a regular basis as reasonably requested by either party to discuss issues pertaining to the particular Cost Center. Salary and fringe benefits paid to the Executive Director shall be recommended by the Practice Management Board and approved by Reproductive Partners. The Practice Management Board will conduct an annual evaluation of such individual's performance.
Executive Director. The Trustee may employ or contract for the services of an individual, firm or corporation, to be known as the Executive Director, who shall, under the direction of the Trustees or an appropriate committee of the Trustees, administer the office or offices of the Trust and each Benefit Plan; coordinate and administer the Trust’s and each Benefit Plan’s accounting, bookkeeping and clerical services; provide for the coordination of actuarial services furnished by the consulting actuary; prepare (in cooperation, where appropriate, with the consulting actuary and independent auditor) all reports and other documents to be prepared, filed or disseminated by or on behalf of the Trust or a Benefit Plan in accordance with law; assist in the collection of contributions required to be paid to the Trust by Employers; and perform such other duties and services as may be assigned, delegated or directed or as may be contracted by or on behalf of the Trustees. The Executive Director shall be the custodian on behalf of the Trustees of all documents and other records of the Trust and of each Benefit Plan.
Executive Director. The Commission shall appoint an Executive Director under whose general supervision and control SCCWRP shall be conducted. In accordance with paragraph 4(b) the Executive Director shall be appointed by the Commission and shall serve at the pleasure of the Commission. The Executive Director's compensation shall be set at a level that adequately takes into consideration factors including, but not limited to, the proficiency with which the agency is directed, the degree of satisfactory progress in completing the approved research plan, success in obtaining outside funding and success in managing SCCWRP's budget.