Membership elected volunteer leader responsible for professional development, educational, and chapter events in accordance with chapter policies and bylaws.
Minimum of 2 years PMI volunteer experience (1-year PMIWDC experience required).
Minimum of 2 years volunteer and/or professional leadership experience.
Content Development (understanding of curriculum development beneficial)
Knowledge of PM PMI® Credentials and PDU requirements and administration
Preparing members and potential members to attain and maintain PMI® certifications
Delivering high quality PM education, training, certification courses, and programs events in-person/live and/or virtual, longer in duration than the Programs’ FA events which includes for the Chapter’s Annual PM Symposium. oAll-day educational seminars subjects generally include leadership training, risk, agile enterprise, and soft skills. oVirtual courses generally include: Agile for PMs, and Risk Management.
Managing the chapter mentorship program(s).
Defining strategies for improving Chapter professional development and training programs.
Developing and implementing a chapter professional development plan, including a program roadmap for professional development content.
Developing plans for and coordinating the chapter’s external educational activities, such as study groups, seminars, workshops, courses, and other educational activities.
Providing information to members and nonmembers on career development.
Providing information and guidance to members and nonmembers on PMI® certification/recertification.
Incorporate feedback, suggestions, and recommendations as necessary to enhance effectiveness and value delivered to the audience and chapter regarding the contents of educational programs and mentoring program.
Working with the Partnership Management team to promote the Project Management (PM) profession, PM education, PMI® certifications discounts and opportunities, as well as training opportunities offered by the chapter.
Developing and delivering project management presentations and sessions including leadership development training programs.
Seeking new project management professional development programs through networking with other educational organizations, corporations, and PMI® chapters.
Developing and maintaining customer satisfaction survey(s) to evaluate the effectiveness of all training and educational programs offered; thereby ensuring we are staying current and meeting the community’s needs.