As all of the Chapter Officer positions are 2 year terms, the following positions are now available.
For more information on the chapter policies, please see the 2018 Chapter By-Laws by clicking HERE.
Vice President of Finance & Treasury, Vice President of Special Projects, Co-Vice President of Programs, Vice President of Education & Certification
If you are interested in becoming an officer for the 2019-2020 cycle (Starting 1/1/2019), please review the below officer descriptions, and follow the form instructions. You will be contacted NLT Sunday 10/28 with approval. We highly encourage all interested parties to ensure availability on the evening of Wednesday, November 7th, when the election speeches will be given to our member audience of 300+ members. Voting will be conducted electronically that week with a formal announcement at our December meeting.
Vice President of Finance: The President shall be the chief financial officer (CFO) for the CHAPTER and of the Board, and shall perform such duties as are related to the chapter Finances This position oversees the management of funds for duly authorized purposes of the Chapter. Specific job duties include management of the Chapter Checking &PayPal Accounts, Monthly Dinner event accounting, Symposium accounting, and forecasting and cost management for all chapter activities Recommended Background: High levels of attention to detail, Accounting Background, 5-10 yrs. min. experience preferred . For the Vice President of Finance role, the candidate(s) must have served for at least 2 years in a Vice President role (Montgomery County Chapter or other PMI Chapter.
Vice President of Special Projects: This position will be responsible for the Chapter Scholarship Program, Facilitating and Managing the monthly Project Showcase event, and maintaining the records of all Chapter events/meetings and meetings of the Board. Specific job duties include initiating the scholarship program for the year (reviewing all submitted applications, Working w/ HS Guidance Counselors, and representing the chapter at the SS award ceremonies), Recruiting Project Showcase Speakers, and continue to broaden the chapter with non-dinner events .Recommended Background: Outreach experience, Extroverted, Well Networked in the PM Industry locally, Professional Background, 3-5 yrs. min. experience preferred.
Vice President of Education & Certification: This position will be responsible for promoting Project Management Professionalism through the development of educational publications, seminars, and workshops designed to help Project Management Professionals achieve and maintain PMI certification such as the Project Management Professional (PMP). Specific job duties include working with our education partners & providers on marketing their events, and serving as the Project Manager for the Spring & Fall Member Appreciation Symposiums. Recommended Background: Outreach experience, Extroverted, Well Networked in the PM Industry locally, Lifelong Learner, Aware of PM Training Providers in the area Professional Background, 3-5 yrs. min. experience preferred.
Co-Vice President of Programs: This position will be responsible for the development and delivery of programs relating to project management for each scheduled chapter meeting. The content of these programs is to be consistent and in accordance with the objectives of the chapter and with approval of the chapter Board. Specific job duties include collaborating with the partnering co-VP of Programs on recruiting and scheduling chapter meeting speakers, being the on-site assistance for the speakers, and ensure proper marketing and communication for the chapter meeting events. Recommended Background: High Performing Extrovert, Well Networked in the area within the PM Industry, 10-15 yrs. min. experience preferred.