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Chapter liaison responsible for membership issues, for recruitment of members into the Chapter, and supervises membership activities. Final authority on issues involving veracity of membership, such as voting, running for or holding of office and is point of contact with the Headquarters organization on membership issues including membership lists and databases.

ROLE DESCRIPTION:

Elected volunteer responsible for addressing the needs of chapter membership, including service delivery, recruiting and
retaining members in accordance with chapter policies and bylaws.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Develop and maintain a chapter membership plan that assures continued growth through proactive recruiting and partnering with major
area employers
Promote the value of PMI and chapter membership
Liaison with potential PMI members and encourage them to be members of the chapter
Develop and implement a plan to recognize member milestones (such as anniversaries or awards)
Develop and implement a member retention program
Revise membership benefits and value on a regular basis
Develop and implement membership welcome and support plan
Answer general membership inquiries; respond to member/non-member information inquiries and other requests for assistance
Act as the primary recipient for the Data Exchange Program (DEP)
Maintain the membership records of the chapter (DEP)
Provide communication list/member updates to officers
Coordinate the production and distribution of timely membership reports, such as monthly membership reports by demographics
(city, state, age, industry, etc.)
Develop and administer membership satisfaction survey/exit survey
Ensure that members are aware of available services
Work with marketing to develop a plan to implement outreach to the community including commercial, not-for-profit and other
professional associations about membership
Support and attend annual general meeting
Develop and implement succession and transition plan

ROLE SPECIFIC SKILLS:

Proficiency in using PMI Data Exchange Program ( DEP)
Data Analysis and Reporting
Proficient in Email Communications (e.g., MS Outlook, Google Mail)
Knowledge of PMI Credentials
Proficient use of Survey Tools/Market Research/Demographic Research
Marketing Skills
Proficient use of word processing, spreadsheet and presentation tools (e.g., Microsoft Office, Open Office)

OTHER LEADERSHIP SKILLS:

Public Speaking/Presentation Skills
Active Listening Skills
Team Building Skills
AVERAGE HOURS PER MONTH: 12 HOURS


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Our Sponsors

We wish to thank each of the Chapter sponsors for their continued support of the organization and their recognition of the importance of project management in the Champlain Valley area. To learn how your organization can become a Chapter sponsor, please contact us.

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