Board Vacancies

Updated: 6/4/2021

Board Vacancies as of May 24, 2021

BOARD

STATUTE

VACANCIES

QUALIFICATIONS

Board of Directors for the Department of Transportation

NRS 408.106

1

• One member who must reside in a highway district that does not include a county whose population is 100,000 or more.

Board of Massage Therapy

NRS 640C.150

1

• One member who is licensed to practice reflexology in this State

Council on Food Security

NRS 232.4966

2

 • One representative of retailers of food

• One representative of manufacturing that is not related to food

Board of Cosmetology

NRS 644.030

3

• One member who is a licensed cosmetologist actively engaged in the practice

• One member who is a licensed aesthetician actively engaged in the practice

• One member representing customers of cosmetology

Advisory Board on Dream Tags

NRS 502.222

1

• One member appointed by the Governor

Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice

NRS 176.0121

2

• One victim of crime or representative of an organization supporting rights of victims

• One member who is a representative of an organization that advocates on behalf of inmates

Advisory Committee to the Juvenile Justice Oversight Commission

NRS 62B.605

6

• Two members of the Senate, one of whom must be from the majority political party and one of whom must be from the minority political party

• Two members of the Assembly, one of whom must be from the majority political party and one of whom must be from the minority political party

• Two members who are judges of a juvenile court

Advisory Problem Gambling Committee

NRS 458A.060

1

• One qualified mental health professional, certified as a problem gambling counselor pursuant to chapter 641C of NRS and is currently practicing

Automotive Affairs Advisory Board

NRS 487.002

1

• One representative of licensed operators of authorized emissions stations

Behavioral Health Planning & Advisory Council

Executive Order 2013-01

9

• One representative of housing

• One representative who can advise in the development of the Medicaid plan submitted pursuant to Title XIX of the Social Security Act

• Four representatives of chronically mentally ill individuals who are/have received mental health services

• Three representatives of families of chronically mentally ill individuals who are receiving (or have received) mental health services

Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board

NRS 408.573

4

• One member must be representative of an organization in this State interested in the promotion of bicycling or walking

• One member who is a representative of the Department of Education

• One member who is a representative of the Division of Environmental Protection of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

• One member who is a representative of the Commission on Tourism

Board for Administration of Subsequent Injury Account for Self-Insured Employers

NRS 616B.548

1

• One member who is a are self-insured employer

Board for Regulation of Liquefied Petroleum Gas

NRS 590.485

1

• One member who is or has been engaged in the sale or distribution of liquefied petroleum gas in this State and has a working knowledge of and actual experience in the daily operation of a business classified pursuant to the provisions of subsection 1 of NRS 590.575

Board of Agriculture

NRS 561.045

1

• One member who represents range or Semi range Cattle Production

Board of Certified Court Reporters

NRS 656.040

1

• One member of general public who is NOT a court reporter or have an immediate relation to a court reporter

Board of Education

NRS 385.021

1

• One member appointed by the Governor, nominated by the Majority Leader of the Senate

Board of Equalization

NRS 361.375

1

• One member who is versed in the valuation of centrally assessed properties

Board of Examiners for Long-Term Care Facility Administrators

NRS 654.050

2

• One member who is a licensee serving as nursing facility administrators

• One member who is a licensee serving as an administrator of a residential facility for groups with seven or more clients

Board of Examiners for Social Workers

NRS 641B.100

1

• One member appointed to the Board must be a representative of the general public. This member must not be: Licensed or eligible for licensure pursuant to this chapter; or the spouse or the parent or child, by blood, marriage or adoption, of a person who is licensed or eligible for licensure pursuant to this chapter

Board of Health

NRS 439.030

1

• One general engineering contractor or general building contractor who is licensed by state of NV

Board of Homeopathic Medical Examiners

NRS 630A.100

2

• One member of the Board must be a person who has resided in this State for at least 3 years and who represents the interests of persons or agencies that regularly provide health care to patients who are indigent, uninsured or unable to afford health care. This member may be licensed under the provisions of this chapter

• One member who is not licensed in any state to practice any healing art, the spouse or the parent or child, by blood, marriage or adoption, of a person licensed in any state to practice any healing art, actively engaged in the administration of any medical facility or facility for the dependent as defined in of NRS, do not have a pecuniary interest in any matter pertaining to such a facility, except as a patient or potential patient; and have resided in this State for at least 5 years

Board of Museums and History

NRS 381.002

1

• One member who is qualified, as defined by the Secretary of Interior’s standards for historic preservation, in any of the fields of expertise described is subparagraphs (1) to (5), inclusive

Board of Oriental Medicine

NRS 634A.030

1

• One member who is licensed pursuant to chapter 630 of NRS by Board of Medical Examiners as a physician, does not engage in the administration of a facility for oriental medicine or a school for oriental medicine, does not have a pecuniary interest in any matter pertaining to Oriental medicine, except as a patient or potential patient, is a citizen of the United States, and is a resident of the State of Nevada and has been for at least 1 year preceding appointment

Board of Podiatry

NRS 635.020

1

• One member who is a representative of the general public. This member must not be: a licensed podiatric physician in the State of Nevada; or the spouse or the parent or child, by blood, marriage or adoption, of a licensed podiatric physician in the State of Nevada

Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors

NRS 625.100

1

• One member whom must be engaged in the practice or teaching of professional engineering in any of its disciplines except military engineering

Board of Psychological Examiners

NRS 641.030

1

• One member who is a licensed psychologist in the State of Nevada with at least 5 years of experience in the practice of psychology after being licensed and who is a core faculty member at a doctorate-level program or internship location that is accredited by the American Psychological Association for at least 3 years before the time of appointment

California-Nevada Super Speed Ground Transportation Commission

NRS 705.4293

5

• Five members appointed by the Governor

Carson-Truckee Water Conservancy District

NRS 541.100

2

• One member from Storey County

• One member from Lyon County

Carson Valley Agriculture Association

NRS 547.030

8

• Eight members of the agricultural association to be members of the district board of agriculture for the agricultural district

Chiropractic Physicians’ Board

NRS 634.020

1

• One member who is a representative of the general public. A member appointed pursuant to this paragraph must not be: a chiropractor or a chiropractor’s assistant; or the spouse or the parent or child, by blood, marriage or adoption, of a chiropractor or a chiropractor’s assistant

Colorado River Commission

NRS 538.061

2

• Two members who have general knowledge of the development of the Colorado River and its tributaries within this state; and the rights of this state concerning the resources and benefits of the Colorado River

Commission for Persons Who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing or Speech Impaired

NRS 427A.750

2

• One member who represents educators in this State and has knowledge concerning the provision of communication services to persons hearing or speech impaired in elementary, secondary and postsecondary schools and the laws concerning the provision of those services

• One member who is the parent or guardian of a child who is less than 6 years of age and is deaf or hard of hearing

Commission of Appraisers of Real Estate

NRS 645C.180

1

• One member must be a resident of the northern district of Nevada or the southern district of Nevada (cannot be from Washoe or Clark County)

Commission on Aging

NRS 427A.032

1

• One person who is a member of the governing body of a county

Commission on Behavioral Health

NRS 232.361

3

• One physician, other than a psychiatrist, licensed to practice medicine in this State and who has experience in dealing with intellectual disabilities, from a list of three candidates submitted by the Nevada State Medical Association

• One registered nurse licensed to practice in this State who has experience in dealing with mental illness or intellectual disabilities, or both, from a list of three candidates submitted by the Nevada Nurses Association

• A current or former recipient of mental health services provided by the State or any agency thereof

Commission on Educational Technology

NRS 388.790

4

• One school teacher in a public elementary school who possesses knowledge & experience in use of educational technology

• One representative of public libraries who possess knowledge & experience in general application of technology

• One representative of the Nevada System of Higher Education who possesses knowledge and experience in the use of educational technology in institutions of higher education

• One representative of the private sector who possesses knowledge and experience in the use of technology

Commission on Nuclear Projects

NRS 459.0091

3

• Two members chosen by the Governor from a list of three names submitted to him by the Legislative Commission

• One member chosen by the Governor, from a list of three names submitted to him by a statewide organization of city governments

Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles

NRS 490.067

2

• One member who is a sportsman, appointed by the Governor from a list of persons submitted by the Director of the Department of Wildlife

• One member who is actively engaged in and possesses experience and expertise in advocating for issues relating to conservation

Commission on Professional Standards in Education

NRS 391.009

5

• One teacher who holds a license to teach secondary education and teaches in a secondary school

• One teacher who holds a license to teach elementary education and teaches in an elementary school

• One teacher who holds a license to teach pupils in a program of early childhood education and teaches in a program of early childhood education

• One administrator of a school, who is employed by a school district or charter school to provide administrative service at an individual school. Such an administrator must not provide service at the district level

• One member who is the parent or legal guardian of a pupil enrolled in a public school

Committee of Statewide Alert System

NRS 432.340

3

• Two representatives of local law enforcement agencies

• One representative of the public at large, nominees provided pursuant to subsection 5

Committee on Catastrophic Leave

NRS 284.3626

4

• Two members who are executive officers of state agencies

• Two members who are representatives of labor

Community College Workforce Training and Programs Committee

AB 450
(81st Session)

6

• One member who is a representative of the Office of Economic Development

• Three members who are representatives of local chambers of commerce or economic development entities, one of whom must be a representative from northern Nevada and two of whom must be representatives from southern Nevada

• One member who is a representative of a labor organization in this State and who has, or has had, a defined role in a jointly administered apprenticeship program recognized by the State Apprenticeship Council

• One member who is a president of a community college in the Nevada System of Higher Education

Council for Establishment of Academic Standards for Public Schools

NRS 389.510

2

• Two members must be licensed educational personnel

Council for Interstate Adult Offender Supervision

NRS 213.215

2

• Two members appointed by the governor, one of whom must be a representative of an organization supporting the rights of victims of crime

Davidson Academy, University School for Gifted Pupils

NRS 388C.100

1

•  One voting member. The voting member may not be a Legislator, employees of the State, or a municipality of the State or the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada

Early Intervention Interagency Coordination Council

P.L. 99-457

7

• One member shall be from the State legislature

• One member shall be parents, including minority parents, of infants or toddlers with disabilities or children with disabilities aged 12 or younger, with knowledge of, or experience with, programs for infants and toddlers with disabilities

• Two members shall be from each of the State agencies involved in the provision of, or payment for, early intervention services to infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families

• One member shall be from the State educational agency responsible for preschool services to children with disabilities and shall have sufficient authority to engage in policy planning and implementation on behalf of such agency

• One representative from the Office of the Coordinator of Education of Homeless Children and Youth

• One representative from the State Foster Care agency

Employee- Management Committee

NRS 284.068

1

• One person to serve as an alternate that represents management within the Executive Department of State Government

Employment Security Council

NRS 612.305

3

• One employee representative who may fairly be regarded as a representative because of their vocation, employment or affiliations

• One member who is a representative of employers

• Two members who are representatives of the general public

English Mastery Council

NRS 388.409

5

• One member who is a teacher at a public school in this State, holds a master’s degree to teach English as a second language or an endorsement to teach English as a second language and has knowledge and expertise in providing instruction to pupils who are limited English proficient, appointed by the Governor from a list of nominees submitted by the Nevada State Education Association

• Two members who are school-level administrators, one of whom is employed by a school district in a county whose population is 100,000 or more and one of whom is employed by a school district in a county whose population is less than 100,000, appointed by the Governor from a list of nominees submitted by the Nevada Association of School Administrators

• Two members who are representatives of the general public, private business and industry in this State or nonprofit organizations and who have been leaders in education reform related to pupils who are limited English proficient, appointed by the Governor

Environmental Protection, Board to Review Claims

NRS 590.820

1

• A representative of independent dealers in petroleum

Fire Services Board

NRS 477.071

2

• One licensed architect nominated by a fire chief

• One chief, deputy chief, assistant chief or division chief of a volunteer fire department or a partially paid fire department nominated by a fire chief

Gaming Commission

NRS 463.023

2

•  Two residents of the State of Nevada who are United States citizens. No member of the Legislature, no person holding any elective office in the State Government, nor any officer or official of any political party shall be eligible to appointment to the Commission

Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities

42 USC 15025

1

• One member of a state agency to represent the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

Governor’s Workforce Development Board

NRS 232.935

8

• One chief elected official, who shall collectively represent cities and counties

• Six representatives of the businesses industry, which includes business owners, business representatives from various industry sectors, and business trade associations

• One Representative of the workforce, which includes representatives of labor federations, labor organizations, and joint labor-management or apprenticeship programs

Historical Records Advisory Board

NRS 378A.030

5

One person who is in charge of the archives and records of the Division of State Library and Archives of the Department of Cultural Affairs. This person is the State Historical Records Coordinator for the purposes of 36 C.F.R. § 1206.36 and shall serve as Chair of the Board

• One person in charge of a state-funded historical agency who has responsibilities related to archives or records, or to both archives and records

• Three other members, whom have experience in the administration of historical records or archives. These members must represent as broadly as possible the various public and private archive and research institutions and organizations in the State

Industrial Insurance Appeals Panel

NRS 616B.760

1

• One representatives of the general public, who is employed by, or the proprietor of, a business which is a member of a local chamber of commerce; another organization representing the general business interests of a group of businesses located in this State. Neither of which may be an independent contractor to, or an employee or representative of, an insurance company, insurance broker, insurance agent or insurance solicitor, a law firm, actuary or a representative of a trade association that represents or supports the interest’s specific to the trade of any such persons. Both of which must be knowledgeable in the field and business of industrial insurance in this State

Industrial Relations Advisory Council

NRS 232.570

3

• One representative of organized labor

• Two representatives of management (at least 2 must represent employers who employ at least 250 persons)

Information Technology Advisory Board

NRS 242.122

2

• Two persons who represent a city or county in NV whom is engaged in information technology or information security

Jobs for Nevada’s Graduates

NRS 82.286

1

• One representative of the public sector

Junior Livestock Show Board

NRS 563.010

1

• One person whose interest is in cattle and sheep

Juvenile Justice Oversight Commission

NRS 62B.600

3

• One member nominated by the Senate, who are not members of the Senate or public officers

• One member nominated by the Assembly, who is not a member of the Assembly or public officers

• One member who is a director of juvenile services and must represent a county whose population is 100,000 or more but less than 700,000

Land Use Planning Advisory Council

NRS 321.740

1

• One member representing Elko County nominated by the Board of County Commissioners

Mining Oversight and Accountability Commission

NRS 514A.040

7

• Two appointed by Governor

• Two recommended by Senate Majority Leader

• Two recommended by Speaker of Assembly

• One recommended by the Minority Leader of the Assembly

National Capital Investment Corporation

NRS 355.270

1

• One member from the private sector who has experience in the field of investment, finance or banking

Nevada Advisory Council on Federal Assistance

NRS 358.020

1

• One member who represents a local government

Nevada Early Childhood Advisory Council

NRS 432A.076

2

• One member who is a representative of the Department of Education whose duties include responsibilities for programs under section 619 or part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 20 U.S.C. 1400 et seq

• One member who is a representative of the boards of trustees of the school districts in this State

Nevada High-Speed Rail Authority

NRS 705.850

2

• Two members must be residents of the State of Nevada and must be appointed based upon their knowledge, expertise or experience in the areas of rail transportation and high-speed rail services

Nevada Volunteers

Executive Order

1

• One voting member

Oversight Panel for Convention Facilities

SB 1, 30th Special Session 2016:

Sec. 53.

7

• Two members who have experience in the financing of capital projects in this State

• Five members who are an executive or director of construction for a resort hotel in the County and who has experience in managing the design, engineering, cost-estimating and construction of commercial conference or convention facilities

• The Board of County Commissioners, the city council or other governing body of each incorporated city in the County, the Majority Leader of the Senate, the Speaker of the Assembly and the Nevada Resort Association shall each nominate persons who reside in the County to be a member of the Oversight Panel and submit those nominees to the Governor

Patient Protection Commission

AB 348

(81st Session)

12

• Two members who are persons with expertise and experience in advocating on behalf of patients

• One member who is a provider of health care who operates a for-profit business to provide health care

• One member who is a registered nurse who practices primarily at a nonprofit hospital

• One member who is a physician or registered nurse who practices primarily at a federally-qualified health center, as defined in 42 U.S.C. § 1396d(l)(2)(B)

• One member who is a pharmacist at a pharmacy not affiliated with any chain of pharmacies or a person who has expertise and experience in advocating on behalf of patients

• One member who represents a nonprofit public hospital that is located in the county of this State that spends the largest amount of money on hospital care for indigent persons pursuant 29 to chapter 428 of NRS

• One member who represents the private nonprofit health insurer with the highest percentage of insureds in this State who are adversely impacted by social determinants of health

• One member who has expertise and experience in advocating for persons who are not covered by a policy of health insurance

• One member who has expertise and experience in advocating for persons with special health care needs and has education and experience in health care

• One member who is an employee or a consultant of the Department with expertise in health information technology and patient access to medical records

• One member who is a representative of the general public

Peace Officers’ Standards and Training Commission

NRS 289.500

2

• One member from Clark County from a metropolitan police department

• One member from a county other than Clark and Washoe County

Personnel Commission

NRS 284.030

1

• One alternate member who is a representative of labor and has a background in personnel administration who can serve when the regular member is unable to attend a meeting of the Commission

Radiation Therapy and Radiologic Imaging Advisory Board

NRS 439B.225

1

• One member who holds a limited license

Rangeland Resources Commission

NRS 563.290

3

• One member from the state grazing board

• The President of the Nevada Woolgrowers’ Association or its successor organization

• The President of the Nevada Farm Bureau or its successor organization

Sagebrush Ecosystem Council

NRS 232.162

1

• One member who acts as a liaison for Native American tribes

Southern Regional Behavioral Health Policy Board

NRS 433.429

1

• One member who has extensive experience in the delivery of social services in the field of behavioral health, including, without limitation, directors or officers of social service agencies in the behavioral health region

State Council for the Coordination of the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children

NRS 392C.020

2

• One representative of the Nevada National Guard

• One person appointed by the Governor to represent the interests of the Governor

Statewide Council for the Coordination of the Regional Training Programs

NRS 391.516

3

• One member who is a teacher, from a list of nominees submitted by the Nevada State Education Association

• One member who is an administrator at a public school employed to provide administrative services at the school level and not to provide administrative services at the district level, from a list of nominees submitted by the Nevada Association of School Administrators

• One member appointed by the Governor

Statewide Independent Living Council

Executive Order 2017-12

2

• 2 Council members may include:
- Other representative from centers for independent living;
- Parents and guardians of individuals with disabilities;
- Advocates of and for individuals with disabilities;
- Representatives from private businesses;
- Representatives from organizations that provide services for individuals with disabilities; and
- Other appropriate individuals

State Emergency Response Commission

NRS 459.738

9

• Two members representing local government with an affiliation with fire service, law enforcement, occupational safety, environmental protection, emergency management or health

• Two representatives of state government affiliated with fire service, law enforcement, occupational safety, environmental protection

• Two members of the Legislature who shall serve as ex-officio members

• Three representatives of facilities or group of facilities which represent a catastrophic threat to public health & safety {Appointed as needed}

State Rehabilitation Council

29 USCA § 725

6

• One representative of the Statewide Independent Living Council established under section 796d of this title, which representative may be the chairperson or other designee of the Council

• One representative of the client assistance program

• Two representatives of business, industry & labor

• One representative of the directors of the projects located in such State, funded under section 741 of this title

• One representative of the State Workforce Investment Board

Subsequent Injury Fund for Association of Self-Injured Public or Private Employees

NRS 616B.563

5

• Five members of an association of self-insured public or private employers

Tax Commission

NRS 360.010

2

• One Commissioner who has at least 10 years of experience in Agriculture and livestock business

• One Commissioner must be versed in other areas of property taxation and must be sufficiently experienced in business generally to be able to bring knowledge and sound judgment to the deliberations of the Nevada Tax Commission

Taxicab Authority

NRS 706.8818

2

• Two members appointed by the Governor

Teachers and Leaders Council

NRS 391.455

1

• One person who is a member of boards of trustees of school districts from a list of nominees submitted by the Nevada Association of School Boards

Technological Crime Advisory Board

NRS 205A.040

8

• Two or more persons who represent major sectors of the economy of this State that are impacted significantly by technological crimes

• One or more persons who are employees of a law enforcement agency of this State

• One or more persons who are employees of a public educational institution within this State

• One or more persons who are residents of this State and who are employed by the Federal Government