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PMI EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION LIAISON

 

Summary

The PMI Educational Foundation Liaison provides a vital communications and activities link between the PMI Educational Foundation and our chapter for the purpose of promoting awareness of PMIEF and providing increased value for PMI chapter members.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Remain in communication with the PMIEF Liaison Program Administrator (PMIEF staff contact) and update the PMIEF staff contact if anything changes regarding your status as PMIEF Liaison or your contact information
  • Attend PMIEF virtual trainings, webinars, and monthly teleconferences
  • Become knowledgeable about PMIEF programs, products and resources
  • Use the online “PMIEF Activity Form for PMI Chapters” to report back to PMIEF about any chapter programs for social good
  • Subscribe to and remain up-to-date with two PMIEF monthly e-newsletters: “PM for Social Good” and the “PMIEF Liaison Newsletter”
  • Communicate to the PMI-HVC board the wealth of PMIEF resources the board can utilize and the opportunities for partnering with PMIEF
  • Provide ongoing education to the chapter board and members about PMIEF
  • Communicate to PMI-HVC chapter members about the PMIEF resources they can utilize (PMIEF newsletter, scholarships, awards, learning resources, etc.)
  • Advocate for the coordination and use of PMIEF resources by PMI-HVC and/or its members (when deemed appropriate)
  • Represent the interests of PMIEF to PMI-HVC, its board and members
  • Promote PMIEF academic scholarships, awards and training scholarships among chapter members and the local community, as appropriate
  • Facilitate the sharing of ideas specific to the creation of new programs from PMI-HVC to PMIEF
  • Suggest new charitable programs and products for PMIEF consideration

Strategic and business management skills

  • Be proficient in written and verbal English
  • Passion for using project management for the good of others in society – youth, teachers, under-privileged individuals, non-profits, etc.
  • PMI knowledge and experience


Leadership Skills

  • Public speaking/presentation skills
  • Stakeholder management
  • Persuasion/motivation skills
  • Adaptability/flexibility

Additional Notes:

  • Member in good standing of PMI and PMI-Huron Valley Chapter
  • Ultimate team player – as a leader and team member
  • Must be willing to commit to attending board and chapter membership meetings, responding to emails and participating in chapter events and operations as appropriate.

Estimated Volunteer Hours Per Month: 10-20