Chapter 4736-6 Executive Secretary
The fiscal year of the board shall coincide with that of the state of Ohio.
(A) The executive secretary, when appointed, shall be directly responsible to the chairperson of the board and shall conduct and care for all correspondence in the name of the board and shall keep a record of the board's proceedings and accounts. The executive secretary shall keep and properly file a record of all applications for registration, certificates of registration, examinations, registrations, administrative hearings and revocations. The executive secretary shall prepare annually a list of the names and addresses of every person registered by the board and a list of every person whose registration has been suspended or revoked within the previous year and shall present said list to the board at such times as the board may direct. The executive secretary shall update, annually, the list of approved training agencies.
(B) The executive secretary shall receive and account for all monies and transfer the same to the state treasurer to the credit of the "Occupational Licensing and Regulatory Fund". As directed by the chairperson, the executive secretary shall report to the board at their annual meeting. This report shall contain a summary of the board's transactions for the preceding fiscal year along with a complete statement of the receipts and expenditures of the board. Upon approval of this annual financial report, the executive secretary shall file all reports as required by the Revised Code and/or as directed by the board. The board may provide an annual summary of activities of the board for the previous year.
(C) The executive secretary shall have such other duties as may be provided in the agreement for services with the board or position description.
(A) Each member of the board shall be reimbursed for their actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their official duties.
(B) The board may appoint an executive secretary for full- or part-time work to serve at the pleasure of the board.
(C) Full-time employees of the board other than the executive secretary shall be in the classified service and shall be compensated in the manner provided for such employees of the state of Ohio.
(D) The board may provide or employ such services as may be required to carry out those administrative functions of the board not prohibited by other state laws or the provisions of Chapter 4736. of the Revised Code.
The executive secretary shall receive a salary in the amount fixed by the board in addition to expenses permitted by state law and approved by the board incidental to carrying out duties as required by rule 4736-6-02 of the Administrative Code. The executive secretary may be an employee of the board or may be retained by contract for services.