Section 4713.06 | Executive director - staff.
The state cosmetology and barber board shall annually appoint an executive director. The executive director may not be a member of the board, but subsequent to appointment, shall serve as secretary of the board. The executive director, before entering upon the discharge of the executive director's duties, shall file with the secretary of state a good and sufficient bond payable to the state, to ensure the faithful performance of duties of the office of executive director. The bond shall be in an amount the board requires. The premium of the bond shall be paid from appropriations made to the board for operating purposes. Whenever the term "executive director of the state board of cosmetology" or the term "executive director of the barber board," or variations thereof, is used, referred to, or designated in statute, rule, contract, grant, or other document, the use, reference, or designation shall be deemed to mean the "executive director of the state cosmetology and barber board."
The board may employ inspectors, examiners, consultants on contents of examinations, clerks, or other individuals as necessary for the administration of this chapter and Chapter 4709. of the Revised Code. All inspectors and examiners shall be licensed cosmetologists pursuant to this chapter or licensed barbers pursuant to Chapter 4709. of the Revised Code.
The board may appoint inspectors to inspect and investigate all facilities regulated by this chapter and Chapter 4709. of the Revised Code, including tanning facilities, to ensure compliance with this chapter and Chapter 4709. of the Revised Code, the rules adopted by the board, and the board's policies, in accordance with division (A)(11) of section 4713.07 of the Revised Code.