Board Position - WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
Monitors and evaluates on a continuing basis state and local activities concerning workforce readiness issues, and works with state workforce readiness advocates to plan and encourage chapter involvement and activities impacting the workforce readiness arena. Presents updates to the chapter and members on workforce readiness developments, issues, and/or initiatives.
Bylaws Requirements and Duties:
- All board members: Must be a regular member of the association in good standing at the time of nomination or appointment and an active member in association for one year.
- All board members: Attend membership programs and at least 80% of monthly Board of Director meetings.
- Must be a SHRM member in good standing.
- SHRM Certification highly desirable.
- Serves a one-year term beginning the first day of January and ending the last day of December. May be reappointed for two additional one-year terms for a total service of three years.
- Two board members share this role as Co-Directors and will work together to fulfill requirements.
Specific Duties and/or Procedures:
- Serves as a voting member of the chapter and is expected to attend and participate in chapter meetings
- Serves as advocate for workforce readiness for chapter and at other professional meetings and assists in coordinating programs and other chapter activities on workforce readiness.
- Identifies and evaluates issues which impact workforce readiness and develops goals for the chapter
- Serves as a resource for state council on workforce readiness issues and provides leadership to the chapter on these issues.
- Monitors state and local activities concerning workforce readiness, workforce investment authorization and education partnerships. Provides timely information on these issues to the chapter.
- Works with the SHRM staff liaison on workforce readiness issues.
- Develops and supports workshops and seminars which address workforce readiness initiatives and issues.
- Provides special recognition for chapter members and for state and local programs that provide betterment of the workforce.
- Responds to any other requirements of the state council director and SHRM staff liaison for workforce readiness.