The Vice President of Professional Development shall be responsible for identify and/or developing programs that support and educate our members and the community in the discipline of project management. Duties include:
- Chair the annual 8 PDU Professional Development Day (PDD) or seminar Committee, some duties below:
- Maintains cost spreadsheet to ensure the Chapter will either break even or make money as approved by the board.
- Work with the committee to identify specific sponsorship for the PDD day for which funding goes directly to the symposium and not to other chapter events.
- Direct decision making over speakers and theme for the symposium.
- VP of Professional Development will get admission to event free for the 2 years following their service to the role.
- Discounts and free attendance is at the discretion of the chair and committee, board members are not guaranteed free attendance.
- In the spring, provide the chapter with a have a half day professional development event or any type of training opportunity.
- Work with directors-at-large to support local initiatives growing project management and project managers; oversee coordinator of Educational Foundation and Military Initiative.
- Assist VP Programs with identifying speakers for the monthly Chapter meetings as identified by the VP of Programs.
- Coordinates with local colleges to support and advertise their PMP Prep Classes.
- Coordinates with other local non-profits to grow the span of influence of Project Management.
- Develop and implement succession and transition plan.