MPWU Constitution states the duties of the position are, Article 11 (ammended May 24, 2014),:

Section 10.  Veterans Director: The Veterans Director must be or have been a member of a branch of the United States Military or their respective Reserves. He/she will work in tandem with the MPWU Education Director to create, develop, and present suitable training and materials to help Union members and their families obtain access to all benefit programs for Veterans. He/she shall be compensated for lost time and expenses while representing members in accordance with veteran issues. Any lost time in excess of  three (3) days per month must be authorized in advance by the President of the MPWU.


Furthermore, the constitution also states the following (for all officers):


Section 11. All Officers of the MPWU, AFL-CIO will give a written report of their activities, to be printed and distributed to all delegates to the State Convention. All reports will be included in the Convention Officers Reports to the Convention Delegates, at the time of registration. These reports are to be given to the Executive Secretary thirty (30) days prior to the opening day of the Convention. Failure to comply with this provision will result in the Officer not having his/her Convention expenses paid.  Written notices will be sent by the Executive Secretary, reminding all Officers of their Constitutional Convention requirement provisions.


Section 12. All Officers shall turn over all records, supplies, and equipment to his/her successor within twenty (20) days of the certification of the election results.


Section 15. All officers, Area Directors, Committee Appointees or any other member receiving advances from the MPWU, shall be responsible for receipting all expenses on advances within each quarter or it shall be considered income and will be taxed accordingly.


Section 16.  No state officer or state representative may enter a local installation, local labor management meeting, or any other local issue without first getting approval from the said local president.