The process is designed to ensure the very best candidate is selected for the job, including demonstrated experience in leading large organizations, with emphasis on CAP’s congressionally directed missions.
Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. (PRWEB) January 13, 2014
For the first time in the 72-year history of Civil Air Patrol, the organization’s chief executive officer, the national commander of CAP, will be selected by the group’s Board of Governors. Previously, commanders were elected by a majority vote of the organization’s 52 wing commanders. CAP’s CEO will be appointed by the BoG to a three-year term, which may be extended.
The new selection process became official in October 2012 when the BoG approved an updated Constitution and Bylaws incorporating the organization’s new governance structure. In addition to the selection process for CAP’s CEO and other executives, the governance changes streamlined CAP’s decision- and policy-making processes, clarified the role and responsibilities of key personnel and changed the composition of CAP’s membership on the BoG.
“We look forward to implementing the new selection process,” said Lt. Col. Ned Lee, a CAP BoG member who chairs the BoG Personnel Committee. “The process is designed to ensure the very best candidate is selected for the job, including demonstrated experience in leading large organizations, with emphasis on CAP’s congressionally directed missions.”
Candidates for the position must be a CAP member in good standing, hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and have completed Level V of the CAP Professional Development Program, served as a CAP wing commander and successfully completed his/her term of office.
Applications will be accepted until Feb. 21. For more information, go to this link on the CAP members website.