Number 1 Board Vacancies

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Updated 1/24/2023

Board Vacancies as of 1/24/2023
BOARDS STATUTE # VACANCIES SEATS
Advisory Task Force on HIV Exposure Modernization Senate Bill 275 (2021) 5 • Five members who represent an occupation, organization or community that is more affected or more at risk of being affected than the general population by the current statutes and regulations of this State that criminalize exposure to HIV
Automotive Affairs Advisory Board NRS 487.002  2 • One representative of licensed insurers of motor vehicles
      • One representative of the general public, must be a resident of a county whose population is less than 55,000. A member appointed pursuant to this paragraph must not be a holder of a license or registration identified in paragraphs (b) to (h), inclusive; or (2) The spouse or the parent or child, by blood, marriage or adoption, of a holder of such a license or registration
Behavioral Health Planning and Advisory Council NRS 433.429 2 • One representative of Vocational rehabilitation
      • Persons with substance use and co-occurring disorders who are receiving (or have received) services / The families of chronically mentally ill individuals who are receiving (or have received) mental health services
Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board NRS 408.573 5 • One member must be less than 21 years of age at the time of his or her appointment
      • One member must be representative of an organization in this State interested in environmental issues
      • One member must own or manage a business for the sale or repair of bicycles or equipment used by pedestrians
      • One member who is a representative of the Planning Division of the Department of Transportation
      • 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 appointed by the Governor, who is a self-insured employer
Board of Agriculture NRS 561.045  3 • One member who is actively engaged in dairy production 
      • One member who is working in the field of supplemental nutrition distribution.
      • One member who is actively engaged in food manufacturing or animal processing.
Board of Athletic Trainers NRS 640B.170  1 • One member who is a representative of the public
Board of Cosmetology NRS 644.030  2 • One nail technologist actively engaged in the practice 
      • One member to represent customers of cosmetology
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  3 • One member who is a licensee serving as an administrator of a residential facility for groups with less than seven clients
      • One member who is a licensee serving as an administrator of a residential facility for groups with seven or more clients
      • A licensee or the spouse or the parent or child, by blood, marriage or adoption, of a licensee
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: (a) Licensed or eligible for licensure pursuant to this chapter; or (b) 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 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 of the Board must be a person who: (a) Is not a licensed in any state to practice any healing art; (b) Is not the spouse or the parent or child, by blood, marriage or adoption, of a person licensed in any state to practice any healing art; (c) Is not actively engaged in the administration of any medical facility or facility for the dependent as defined in chapter 449 of NRS; (d) Do not have a pecuniary interest in any matter pertaining to such a facility, except as a patient or potential patient; and (e) Have resided in this State for at least 5 years
Board of Public Employees' Benefits Program NRS 287.041 2 • Two members who have substantial and demonstrated experience in risk management, group insurance programs, health care administration, or employee benefits programs appointed by the Governor
Carson-Truckee Water Conservancy District NRS 541.100  5 • One Storey County representative from a list of two or more nominees submitted by the board of county commissioners of the represented county
      • One Lyon County representative from a list of two or more nominees submitted by the board of county commissioners of the represented county
      • One Douglas County representative from a list of two or more nominees submitted by the board of county commissioners of the represented county
      • One Carson City representative from a list of two or more nominees submitted by the board of county commissioners of the represented county
      • One Washoe County representative from a list of two or more nominees submitted by the board of county commissioners of the represented county
Commission on Aging NRS 427A.032  7 • Two persons who are members of the governing body of a county
      • Two persons who are members of the governing body of a city
      • Three persons who have experience with or an interest in and knowledge of the problems of and services for the aging
Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorder NRS 427A.8801 5 • Two members who are representatives of school districts in this State
      • One member who is a behavior analyst
      • One member who is the parent of a person with an autism spectrum disorder who is over 12 years of age 
      • One member who is the parent of a child with autism who resides in a county with a population of less than 100,000
Commission on Behavioral Health NRS 232.361 2 • A 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
      • 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 administrator in a public school who possesses knowledge and experience in the general application of technology
      • One schoolteacher in a public elementary school who possesses knowledge and experience in the use of educational technology in the public schools
      • One school teacher in a public secondary school who possesses knowledge and experience in the use of educational technology in the public schools
      • One parent or legal guardian who possesses knowledge and experience in the general application of technology
Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles   2 • One member who is a representative of law enforcement, appointed by the Governor from a list of persons submitted by the Nevada Sheriffs’ and Chiefs’ Association
      • One member who represents persons who own or operate all-terrain motorcycles
Commission on Postsecondary Education NRS 394.383  1 • One member who is a representative of the general public and is not associated with the field of education
Commission on School Funding NRS 387.1246 2 • One member appointed by the Governor, who serves as Chair
      • One member appointed by the Governor, who is the chief financial officer of a school district in this State which has 40,000 or fewer pupils enrolled in its public schools, nominated by the Nevada Association of School Superintendents or its successor organization
Committee for the Statewide Alert System NRS 432.340  10 • Four members appointed by the Governor who represent local law enforcement agencies
      • Five members appointed by the Governor who represent state law enforcement agencies
      • One representative of the public at large, appointed by the Governor from among the names of nominees provided to him 
Committee on Catastrophic Leave NRS 284.3627  1 • One member who is an executive officer of state agencies
Conservation Commission NRS 548.115  1 • One member appointed by the Governor - Area 1 consists of Elko, Eureka, Humboldt, Lander and Pershing counties
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
Council on Food Security NRS 232.4966 3 • One member who is a representative of retailers of food
      • One member who is a representative of manufacturing that is not related to food
      • One member who is a representative of farmers or ranchers engaged in food production
      • One member who is a representative of the pediatric mental, physical or behavioral health care industry
      • Such other members as the Governor determines are appropriate
Early Intervention Interagency Coordinating Council   5 • One member appointed by the Governor
      • One member shall be public or private providers of early intervention services
      • One member from the agency responsible for the State governance of insurance 
      • A representative from the Office of the Coordinator of Education of Homeless Children and Youth 
      • A representative from the State Foster Care agency 
Employee-Management Committee NRS 284.068  5 • Two members to serve as an alternate for the management representatives
      • One member to represent employees within the Executive Department of State Government
      • Two members to serve as alternate for the employee representatives
Employment Security Council NRS 612.305  1 •  One member who represents business
Financial Literacy Advisory Council NRS 388.5966 7 • One member of the Council who is a member of the business community with a background in economics
      • One member of the Council is a member of the business community who is employed by a credit union
      • Three members of the Council are teachers who hold a license to teach elementary, middle or junior high school or secondary education, respectively, and who: (1) Teach in an elementary, middle or junior high or high school, respectively; (2) Have received training in financial literacy; and (3) Are responsible for teaching courses relating to financial literacy
      • One member of the Council is an administrator of a public school
      • One member of the Council is an administrator of a school district
Indigent Defense Services NRS 180.300 2 • One member selected by the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Nevada, appointed by the Governor
      • One member selected jointly by the associations of the State Bar of Nevada who represent members of racial or ethnic minorities, appointed by the Governor
Industrial Insurance Appeals Panel NRS 616B.760  4 • Two representatives of the general public: (1) One of which must be employed by, or the proprietor of, a business which is a member of: (I) A local chamber of commerce; or (II) Another organization representing the general business interests of a group of businesses located in this State.
      • One representative of private carriers
      • A representative of the advisory organization who administers appeals panels for grievances of employers in other states
Information Technology Advisory Board NRS 242.122  1 • One person who represent the information technology industry but who: a. Are not employed by this State; b. Do not hold any elected or appointed office in State Government; c. Do not have an existing contract or other agreement to provide information services, systems or technology to an agency of this State; and d. Are independent of and have no direct or indirect pecuniary interest in a corporation, association, partnership or other business organization which provides information services, systems or technology to an agency of this State
Keep Nevada Working Task Force AB 376 (81st Session) 1 • One member appointed jointly by the Governor and the Office for New Americans
Land Use Planning Advisory Council  NRS 321.740 7 • Seven members, one from each county in this State who represents that county
Libraries and Literary Council NRS 380A.031  3 • A representative of special libraries or institutional libraries
      • A representative of persons with disabilities
      • A classroom teacher who has demonstrated outstanding results in teaching children or adults to read
Nevada Advisory Commission on Mentoring NRS 385.760 3 • One member appointed by the Governor who is a representative of business and industry with a vested interest in supporting mentorship programs in this State
      • One member appointed by the Governor who represents an employment and training organization located in this State
      • One member of the state advisory group appointed by the Governor, operating in this State as the Juvenile Justice Commission under the Division of Child and Family Services of the Department of Health and Human Services
Nevada Commission for Persons Who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing or Speech Impaired NRS 427A.750  3 • One nonvoting member who is employed by the State and who participates in the administration of the programs of this State that provide services to persons who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired
      • One member who is a member of the Nevada Association of the Deaf, or, if it ceases to exist, one member who represents an organization which has a membership of persons who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech-impaired
      • 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
Nevada High-Speed Rail Authority NRS 705.850 1 • One member appointed by the Governor, 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 State Rehabilitation Council 29 USCA § 725 5 • At least 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 business, industry, and labor
      • One representative of disability advocacy groups representing a cross section of (I) individuals with physical, cognitive, sensory, and mental disabilities; and (II) individuals’ representatives of individuals with disabilities who have difficulty in representing themselves or are unable due to their disabilities to represent themselves. 
      • One representative of the directors of the projects located in such State
      • At least one representative of the State workforce investment board
Oriental Medicine Board NRS 634A.030  1 • The Governor shall appoint one member to the Board who: (a) Is licensed pursuant to chapter 630 of NRS by the Board of Medical Examiners as a physician; (b) Does not engage in the administration of a facility for Oriental medicine or a school for Oriental medicine; (c) Does not have a pecuniary interest in any matter pertaining to Oriental medicine, except as a patient or potential patient; (d) Is a citizen of the United States; and (e) Is a resident of the State of Nevada and has been for at least 1 year preceding appointment to the Board
Oversight Panel for Convention Facilities SB 1, 30th Special Session 2016 5 • Three members who are executives or directors of construction for a resort hotel in the County and who have experience in managing the design, engineering, cost-estimating and construction of commercial conference or convention facilities
      • Two members who have experience in the financing of capital projects in this State
Personnel Commission  NRS 284.030  1 • An alternate member to serve when the regular member is unable to attend a meeting of the Commission
Radiation Therapy and Radiologic Imaging Advisory Committee NRS 439B.225  1 • One member who holds a limited license
Rangeland Resource Commission NRS 563.290  4 • Two members appointed by the Governor
      • The Nevada Woolgrowers’ Association or its successor organization
      • The Nevada Farm Bureau or its successor organization
Regional Transmission Task Force SB448, 81ST SESSION 1 • A representative of an organization in this State that advocates on behalf of environmental or public lands issues who has expertise in or knowledge of environmental or public lands issues
Sagebrush Ecosystem Council NRS 232.162 2 • One member who represents the energy industry
      • One member who acts as a liaison for Native American tribes
State Board of Education NRS 385.021 2 • One member appointed by the Governor, nominated by the Speaker of the Assembly
      • One member appointed by the Governor who is a member of a board of trustees of a school district, nominated by the Nevada Association of School Boards
Statewide Committee on School Safety NRS 388.1324 1 • One representative who is a licensed teacher in this State
Statewide Council for the Coordination of the Regional Training Programs NRS 391A.130 3 • One member who is a teacher appointed by the Governor 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, appointed by the Governor from a list of nominees submitted by the Nevada Association of School Administrators
      • One member appointed by the Governor.
Task Force on Employee Misclassification NRS 607.218 4 • One person who represents an employer located in this State that employs more than 500 full-time or part-time employees
      • One person who represents an employer located in this State that employs 500 or fewer full-time or part-time employees
      • One person who represent organized labor in this State
      • One person who represents a governmental agency that administers laws governing employee misclassification