The Great Lakes Chapter is always looking for members who want to be more involved with the chapter. This is a great way to support the growth of the chapter and earn valuable PDUs for re-certification. We are currently in need of volunteers for a number of committee projects in progress. In an effort to match your interests and skills with the Chapter's needs, we need some information from you. If you are interested in helping out on one of our committee projects, please fill out the Chapter Volunteer Information Form and send it to our Director of Volunteer Program  and you will be put in touch with the committee chair.

Thank you for your interest in the GLC!

 

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One-day Gig

Job Posting: Jan. 23, 2019

Description

  • One-Day volunteer support roles with PMIGLC are available, as-required, and on a FCFS basis based on project headcount needs.  In addition to the event one-day, the project team will likely have planning meetings leading up to the event that you will be required to call-in to.  If you'd like to be considered for a One-Day Volunteer Gig like Symposium, PDD, or another event, please complete a volunteer application and indicate that role.
  • Keep in-mind that PMIGLC has many full-year volunteer roles that require no more than an hour per week time committment to fulfill.  However, sometimes work schedules and life demands inhibit a year-long volunteer role for a brief period of time. 

Contact Information

Kent Potts, director.volunteermangement@pmiglc.net

Manager, Symposium

 

Role Description

●       Member in good standing with PMI & PMIGLC

●       Time requirements are roughly 3 hours per week.  Time requirements rise and lower as event dates near.

●       Follow the lead of the Director, Symposium.

●       Promote the project management profession through the planning and coordination of special events, as identified by the chapter board, designed to enhance and expand the skills and knowledge of project managers

●       Incorporate feedback, suggestions and recommendations as necessary to enhance effectiveness and value delivered to the audience and chapter as they relate to the logistics of events/programs

●       Responsible for coordinating all activities for the Spring Symposium.  Also involved with planning and executing Professional Development Day, and any seminars that the PMIGLC chapter initiates throughout the year.

●       Attend regular monthly meetings, bi-weekly PD conference calls, and specific event conference calls

●       Work closely with Directors to Identify, Plan, Execute, Monitor & Control, and Close all tasks related to each event

 

Non-inclusive list of activities:

●       Develop a schedule for accomplishing all the tasks for the event

●       Coordinate all efforts in sync with the theme established by the BoD

●       Develop an agenda for the event

●       Plan for food for the event

●       Identify all Event-Day volunteer positions needed

●       Coordinate with the VP of Marketing to market the event

●      Coordinate with the VP of Communications for publishing the event

●      Coordinate with the Director Volunteers to obtain sufficient Event-Day volunteers for each event

Provide information to members and nonmembers on events when solicited

 

Contact Information

Kent Potts, director.volunteermangement@pmiglc.net

Director, Community Outreach

role description pending VP, Outreach

Manager of K-12 Events

●        Member in good standing with PMI & PMIGLC.

●        Time requirements are roughly 2 hours per week.  Time requirements rise and lower as event dates near.

●        Follow the lead of the Director in collaboration with Wayne State University and PMIGLC Serve Squad trainers.

●        Promote the project management profession and STEM career development through the planning and coordination of special events, i.e., workshops, speakers, etc. designed to enhance and expand the skills and knowledge of youth project managers in grades 9-12 and ages 13-19

●        Incorporate feedback, suggestions and recommendations as necessary to enhance effectiveness and value delivered to the Serve Squad interns and chapter as they relate to the logistics of events/programs.

●        Oversee scheduling and coordinating moderation of events and presentations.  

●        Call-in to bi-weekly conference calls and specific event conference calls.

●        Work closely with Serve Squad program Youth PM Trainers and WSU Social Worker Assistants to Identify Requirements, Plan, Execute, Monitor & Control, and Close all tasks related to each event.

●        Non-inclusive list of responsibilities and deliverables:

●        Develop a schedule for accomplishing all the tasks for the event.

●        Coordinate all efforts in sync with the theme established by the Serve Squad Trainers and WSU Social Worker Assistants

●        Develop an agenda for the event.

●        Plan for food for the event (if applicable). Most events will be virtual.  In person events may occur periodically so long as it is safe and practical to hold them.

●        Identify all Event-Day volunteer positions needed.

●        Coordinate with the Serve Squad Trainers and WSU Social Worker Assistants to market and publish the event.

●        Provide information to various Serve Squad and PMIGLC members as required.

 

 

Reply if interested at our online volunteer application  https://pmiglc.org/volunteer-application  or  to   director.volunteermanagement@pmiglc.net