(a) The commission shall have an executive director, who shall have passed the broker‘s examination for this state. The commission shall set all other qualifications necessary for the position of executive director. The executive director shall be appointed by the commission, with the approval of the commissioner of personnel. The term of the executive director shall be four (4) years, and the executive director shall be eligible for reappointment. The commission shall also retain an administrator and other staff members that the commission may deem necessary and proper. The commission shall fix the compensation to be paid to the executive director, the administrator and staff of the commission, subject to applicable rules, regulations and law.
Terms Used In Tennessee Code 62-13-207
- Broker: means any person who, for a fee, commission, finders fee or any other valuable consideration or with the intent or expectation of receiving a fee, commission, finders fee or any other valuable consideration from another, solicits, negotiates or attempts to solicit or negotiate the listing, sale, purchase, exchange, lease or option to buy, sell, rent or exchange for any real estate or of the improvements on the real estate or any time-share interval as defined in the Tennessee Time-Share Act, compiled in title 66, chapter 32, part 1, collects rents or attempts to collect rents, auctions or offers to auction or who advertises or holds out as engaged in any of the foregoing. See Tennessee Code 62-13-102
- State: when applied to the different parts of the United States, includes the District of Columbia and the several territories of the United States. See Tennessee Code 1-3-105
(b) The commission shall have a full-time director of education. The director of education shall have a college degree from an accredited university.