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Board Member
$47K-$58K / yr. (est.)
$48K
$53,150 / year
$58K
Average base salary
The salary information provided is based on data collected from various reliable sources and may vary depending on individual qualifications and other factors.

About Board Member

What does a Board Member do?

We as Board Members we are mandated with the responsibility, management and ensuring smooth working environment of the professions under Orthotists and Prosthetists. We are responsible for carrying out periodic meetings to address existing and emerging challenges in hospitals, recruitment of skilled professionals in healthcare and patient need's service delivery and overseeing attainment of our hospitals' development agenda. We are also tasked with maintenance of inpatient and outpatient centers, procurement of machines and identification of opportunities for establishment of new healthcare centers to meet community needs. In addition, we ensure quality and customer-oriented services tailored at meeting our organization’s vision.

Core tasks:

  • managing of health-care units in our organization
  • attending of board meetings
  • ensuring decorum and quality service delivery.
  • accomplishing all the tasks as instructed by the board of directors

Insights

How Many Years of Experience Do Professionals Need Before Becoming Board Member?
On average, people work 7+ years in other positions prior to becoming a Board Member.
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NurseHouston, TX - 8 months ago
🤔 Is it worth spending years as a nurse, then more years grinding away before becoming a board member? Feels like a never-ending marathon!
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LawyerWashington, D.C. - 8 months ago
⚖ I swear, it's like serving a life sentence! So many years grinding in other positions before having a say at the board. It's maddening!
How Long Do Board Member Employees Typically Stay in Their Roles?
On average, Board Members works in this position for 5+ years across multiple employers.
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StudentBoston, MA - 8 months ago
Wait, Board Members stay in the same position for 5+ years? 🤔 Doesn't that limit opportunities for others to participate and bring new ideas?
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EntrepreneurSan Francisco, CA - 8 months ago
🤔 Interesting! 5+ years might show loyalty or just a lack of ambition to explore new opportunities. Being a Board Member is a stepping stone, not a final destination. Time to shake things up!
What Is the Job Hopper Score for Board Member Employees?
Frequent job changes in Board Member, indicating a willingness to change companies and roles more frequently.
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Board MemberHouston, TX - 8 months ago
I've been a board member for years and stability guarantees nothing. Adapting to new settings is crucial in this ever-changing business world.
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Board MemberMiami, FL - 8 months ago
😡 This infographic overlooks the importance of loyalty and long-term commitment in a board member's career. It's disappointing.

Career path

Path to job

Discover a Board Member's areas of knowledge sorted by their majors.
Explore the list of higher education institutions that a Board Member typically studied at.
Northwestern University
Stanford University

Path after job

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Demographics

What Is the Age and Gender Ratio of Board Member Employees?
Gender ratio in Board Member position: 0.640184243964422 Male and 0.359815756035578 Female. Age ratio in Board Member position: 16-20: 7%, 21-30: 25%, 31-40: 27%, 41-50: 23%, 51-60: 13%, 60+: 5%. Board Member position is predominantly male (64.0%) with the largest age group being 31-40 years old, followed by 21-30 years old.
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Board MemberHouston, TX - 8 months ago
age discrimination is apparent here, and where are the young women? 💔
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Board MemberMiami, FL - 8 months ago
unbelievable! We need more women in leadership roles, this is just reinforcing old stereotypes! 🤬

Workplaces

Who Are the Top Employers for Board Member?
Top employers of Board Member position: American Red Cross, BWG Strategy LLC, Rutgers University. People who work in Board Member position most typically go on to work for the American Red Cross.
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Board MemberHouston, TX - 8 months ago
Why does this infographic only list three employers? There are so many more options out there!
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Board MemberPhoenix, AZ - 8 months ago
The American Red Cross may be a top employer, but their management structure needs improvement.
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BWG Strategy LLC
Rutgers University
What Industries Does Board Member Typically Have Experience In?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of Board Member: Religious / Grantmaking / Civic, Professional / Scientific / Technical, Education, Information Technology, Arts / Entertainment / Recreation. Board Member employees most likely come from a Religious / Grantmaking / Civic industry background.
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Board MemberHouston, TX - 8 months ago
🤬 These Board Members in the professional industry regularly overlook the needs of their employees! When will they start prioritizing the workers?
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Board MemberPhiladelphia, PA - 7 months ago
What skills are necessary for Board Members in the IT industry? 🖥 How can we ensure we have the right expertise to make informed decisions?

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Discussion about Board Member

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Do a lot of women work as a Board Member?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
35% are women in this profession only.
What is the typical age of people who work as a Board Member?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
37 is the average age of people working as a Board Member.
How much experience is typically required to work as a Board Member?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
You probably need around 7 years to work as a Board Member
Which industries have a lot of people working in Board Member roles?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Religious / Grantmaking / Civic is the most frequent for a Board Member.
Is it encouraged to have a degree as a Board Member?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
A Bachelor of Arts degree could not hurt if you want to be a Board Member
Where are you working as a Board Member?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
American Red Cross, BWG Strategy LLC, Rutgers University, SocialMedia.org and Teach for America employs the most people in the Board Member role.
How many years do people work as a Board Member before changing their role?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
A Board Member typically changes positions after more than 5 years.
How frequently people change companies if they work as a Board Member?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
We can say that a Board Member is likely a job hopper role.
What occupations do people usually work in before becoming a Board Member?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
A Board Member probably worked as Vice President, Executive Director or Principal before
What are the typical next steps for someone working as a Board Member?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
Vice President, Executive Director or Department Chair can be a good next step
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