PMI Northeast Florida Chapter

Military Outreach Community

Project Management Institutute (PMI) is, was, and always will be about volunteers. Founded in 1969 by five volunteers who sought to standardize and promote the project management profession, PMI’s volunteer force, upwards of 10,000 strong, is larger than many other professional membership associations. PMI is dedicated to supporting the volunteers around the globe that make PMI the dynamic organization that it is. Volunteerism is so important to PMI it was added as a Core Value in 2011. Since that time PMI has worked diligently to provide additional support, expanded resources, and increased opportunities for leadership development to our volunteers.

Candidates must be members in good standing with PMI NEFL Chapter.  

To apply: Submit the volunteer form.

PDUs to be awarded: 1 hour = 1 PDU (up to 15 per year) based on PMI Volunteer PDU Policy

Director of Community Outreach | Director of Digital Outreach | Director of Military Outreach


Number of Openings
1

PMI-NEFL Director of Community Outreach

Estimated Volunteer Hours per Month: 10-15

Description

Appointed volunteer responsible for digital and social media outreach initiatives and programs to bridge the transition between military service and project management careers and certifications to the local military community.

Responsibilities

  • General

    • Participate in developing the annual Military Outreach Plan (MOP)
    • Educate the local military community on the foundations of project management
    • Assist and support the military community with their transition into post-military service project management careers and certifications
    • Promote the benefits of project management competencies, careers, certifications, and chapter membership
    • Collaborate with fellow Directors and Team Leadership to create and deliver new and improved educational and supportive products that assist and support the military community with their transition into post-military service project management careers and certifications
    • Develop and implement succession and transition plan
    • Participate in Chapter events where Military Veterans/Spouses are also in attendance
    • Attend monthly team meetings

    Community Outreach Program

    • Build, maintain, and strengthen collaborative relationships with local organizations including, nonprofit veteran transition and support organizations, colleges and universities, placement firms, and for-profit enterprises to promote the chapter, Military Outreach Team, and their products and services to the military community according to the Military Outreach Plan (MOP)
    • Initiate, coordinate, and execute in-person or virtual events and programs that educate, support, and assist the local military community in obtaining a PMI certification and employment within the project management profession.

Strategic and Business Management Competencies

  • Strategic and Analytical Thinking
  • Planning and Process Execution
  • Forward, Innovative, and Creative Thinking
  • Customer Orientation

Leadership Competencies

  • Initiative, Proactiveness, and Independence
  • Excellent Verbal, Written, and Visual Communication
  • Active Listening
  • Providing Motivational Support
  • Building Collaborative Relationships

 
Experience

  • months prior experience with virtual event usage and support,includingplatform administration, meeting creation, and feature setting

Average Years of Project Management Experience: 6+
Average years of PMI Volunteer Experience: 0-2


Number of Openings
1

PMI-NEFL Director of Digital Outreach

Estimated Volunteer Hours per Month: 10-15

Type of interaction
Virtual, occasional in-person

Estimated time commitment
2-6 hours a month

Description

Appointed volunteer responsible for digital and social media outreach initiatives and programs to bridge the transition between military service and project management careers and certifications to the local military community.

Responsibilities

  • General

    • Participate in developing the annual Military Outreach Plan (MOP)
    • Educate the local military community on the foundations of project management
    • Assist and support the military community with their transition into post-military service project management careers and certifications
    • Promote the benefits of project management competencies, careers, certifications, and chapter membership
    • Collaborate with fellow Directors and Team Leadership to create and deliver new and improved educational and supportive products that assist and support the military community with their transition into post-military service project management careers and certifications
    • Develop and implement succession and transition plan
    • Participate in Chapter events where Military Veterans/Spouses are also in attendance
    • Attend monthly team meetings

    Community Outreach Program

    • Build, maintain, and strengthen collaborative relationships with local organizations including, nonprofit veteran transition and support organizations, colleges and universities, placement firms, and for-profit enterprises to promote the chapter, Military Outreach Team, and their products and services to the military community according to the Military Outreach Plan (MOP)
    • Initiate, coordinate, and execute in-person or virtual events and programs that educate, support, and assist the local military community in obtaining a PMI certification and employment within the project management profession.

Strategic and Business Management Competencies

  • Strategic and Analytical Thinking
  • Planning and Process Execution
  • Forward, Innovative, and Creative Thinking
  • Customer Orientation

Leadership Competencies

  • Initiative, Proactiveness, and Independence
  • Excellent Verbal, Written, and Visual Communication
  • Active Listening
  • Providing Motivational Support
  • Building Collaborative Relationships

Average Years of Project Management Experience: 6+
Average years of PMI Volunteer Experience: 0-2


Number of Openings
1

Director of Military Base Outreach

Estimated Volunteer hours per Month: 10-15

Description

Appointed volunteer responsible for military-base outreach initiatives and programs to bridge the transition between military service and project management careers and certifications to the local military community.

Responsibilities

  • General

    • Participate in developing the annual Military Outreach Plan (MOP)
    • Educate the local military community on the foundations of project management
    • Assist and support the military community with their transition into post-military service project management careers and certifications
    • Promote the benefits of project management competencies, careers, certifications, and chapter membership
    • Collaborate with fellow Directors and Team Leadership to create and deliver new and improved educational and supportive products that assist and support the military community with their transition into post-military service project management careers and certifications
    • Develop and implement succession and transition plan
    • Participate in Chapter events where Military Veterans/Spouses are also in attendance
    • Attend monthly team meetings

    Military Base Outreach Program

    • Build, maintain, and strengthen collaborative relationships with local military base leaders and commands to promote the chapter, Military Outreach Team, and their products and services to the military community according to the MOP.
    • Initiate, coordinate, and execute in-person or virtual events and programs that educate, support, and assist the military community in obtaining a PMI certification and employment within the project management profession.
    • Established contacts and relationships with base/command leadership strongly recommended but not required.

Strategic and Business Management Competencies

  • Strategic and Analytical Thinking
  • Planning and Process Execution
  • Forward, Innovative, and Creative Thinking
  • Customer Orientation

Leadership Competencies

  • Initiative, Proactiveness, and Independence
  • Excellent Verbal, Written, and Visual Communication
  • Active Listening
  • Providing Motivational Support
  • Building Collaborative Relationships

Average Years of Project Management Experience: 6+
Average years of PMI Volunteer Experience: 0-2

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