|The LSBEP is currently accepting self-nominations, from qualified licensees, to participate in an election to fill the board member vacancy occurring July 1, 2018. If you are interested, please complete the Call for Nominations form. Also, carefully review the following election information, requirements and instructions on submitting your Self-Nomination Form.
SELF-NOMINATION PERIOD: Begins: October 2, 2017 – Ends: November 1, 2017
NOMINATION FORM: Call for Nominations form
BOARD REVIEW OF NOMINATIONS: The Board will open the Nominations submitted during its Long Range Planning Meeting scheduled for November 16th and 17th, in open meeting.
ELECTION PERIOD: The election period will begin following the opening of the nomination forms. Notices will be sent via email, through an online voting software management company. The election period will remain open for 30 days.
FORM SUBMISSION: For proper processing please mail your submission to: ATTN: LSBEP NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE, 8706 JEFFERSON HWY, SUITE B, BATON ROUGE, LA 70809
BOARD MEMBER ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS UNDER §2353.A:
(1) Citizen of the United States and resident of the state of Louisiana.
(2) Have rendered service, teaching, training, or research in psychology for at least five years.
(3) Shall have held a doctoral degree in psychology from a school or college as defined in La R.S. Title 37, Chapter 28 for a period of five years, and shall be licensed with the LSBEP.
(4) No person shall be eligible to serve as a board member if he is employed by the board, has a contract with the board for services, or within the preceding twelve months of his nomination was employed by the board or had a contract with the board for services.
(1) Board members are appointed by the governor from a list reporting the results of the election, which is provided to the governor by the Louisiana Psychological Association.
(2) Board members shall serve without compensation but shall receive seventy-five dollars per diem allowance plus the mileage rate provided state employees to cover expenses incurred while engaged in the discharge of their duties.
(3) Membership on the board of a public employee or official shall not constitute dual office holding within the meaning of R.S. 42:61 et seq.
(4) Each appointment by the governor shall be submitted to the Senate for confirmation.
As you consider serving as a member of the LSBEP, please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.
Jaime T. Monic