1.02.016 - Board Committee Charter - Board, Employee and Community Development
The Board, Employee and Community Development Committee is a standing committee of the Board of Trustees for the Community College of Beaver County. The Committee is charged with a range of responsibilities including, but not limited to, governance, succession planning, employment and compensation of employees and community relations.
Responsibilities, Function, and Powers
Periodic review of the College By-laws and Policies;
Recruitment and screening of applicants for appointment to the Board of Trustees;
Recommendation of candidates for appointment to the Board by the Board of County Commissioners;
Board orientation, professional development and evaluation;
Assess organizational health via succession planning for key positions as identified by the Committee;
Maintain liaison with local elected officials at the county, state and federal levels;
Maintain liaison with the CCBC Foundation Board; and
Engage in College and community development activities advancing the vision of the College.
Unless otherwise specified, the Board, Employee and Community Development Committee will be accountable to, and make recommendations for action to Board of Trustees for the Community College of Beaver County.
The Board, Employee and Community Development Committee shall be appointed by the Chairperson of the Board. The committee shall be composed of:
- At least three (3) at large Board members;
Board Chair, serving as ex-officio voting member;
President of the College, serving as ex-officio without vote;
Serving as non-voting, ex-officio members, the Vice President for Human Resources, the Executive Director for Advancement and Sponsored Programs, and the Executive Director for Public Relations and Marketing.
The Board, Employee and Community Development Committee will meet at least twice per year or more frequently as required by the Committee’s functions. The agenda will be formulated by the President in consultation with the committee chair.
The Committee shall act by a majority vote of all of its members (excluding non-voting members). The presence of a majority of the Trustees appointed to the Committee shall be necessary to constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.
Minutes will be distributed in the Board of Trustees meeting packet and to the Committee at least three days prior to the next meeting.