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Programs Director

The Programs Director is responsible for the development and delivery of programs relating to project management for each scheduled Chapter meeting, special events and activities. The content or theme of these programs is to be consistent and in accordance with the objectives of the Chapter and will be accomplished with the guidance of a Program Committee.

Key Responsibilities

  • Obtain information on future guest speakers at least a month in advance of meetings to provide adequate lead time for the Director of Communications to publicize such events.
  • Develop and maintain individual member participation lists and work with other Board members to determine areas of interest of Chapter members for use in program delivery. Monitor and report on requirements, participation levels and general membership feedback. Provide input for the Presidents yearly Chapter reports to PMI.
  • Prepare program and meeting notices for publication and distribution by the Director of Communications. Advise facilities of attendance.
  • Manage all arrangements for chapter meetings/events, including: the registration desk, name tags and receipts; locate and book the venue; arrange the catering, seating requirements and timing of the events; and procure special equipment (e.g. projectors, microphones, flip charts, display tables etc).
  • Ensure completion of all meeting evaluation surveys. Summarize results and recommend changes based on feedback, and provide to all Board members at a subsequent meeting.
  • Produce financial budgets and reports for each event.
  • Serve as a Program Manager for the Special Projects program.
  • Identify and propose ideas and special projects that will assist the Board in furthering the interests and strategic objectives of the Chapter and its membership.
  • Create  new and/or update existing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Policies pertinent to the Programs portfolio (as necessary and identified in the Programs Strategic Plan).

Length of Appointment

  • A 2 year commitment.

Time Commitment

Approximately 20 hours per month.

  • Attends Board meetings each month
  • Attends dinner meetings (5 per year)
  • Execute responsibilities of position and other related duties

Qualifications and Skills

  • Excellent writing and communications skills.
  • Public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Event planning experience.
  • Ability to Develop and Manage Program and Event Schedules.
  • Knowledge of PMI Credentials and PDUs.
  • Contract, Negotiation and Vendor Management.
  • Ability to Create and Analyze Program Surveys and Evaluations.
  • Basic Budget Management Skills.
  • PMI and PMI-VI Chapter member in good standing.
  • CAPM, PMP or other professional designation preferred although not required.