PMINYC Office Role Descriptions

High Level Role Descriptions (from PMI NYC Chapter ByLaws):

Section 5.04 – Roles and Responsibilities

The Board may modify the responsibilities from those specified below as necessary to manage the business of the PMINYC CHAPTER.

(a) President

The President shall be the chief executive officer for the PMINYC CHAPTER and of the Board, and shall perform such duties as are customary for presiding officers, including making all required appointments with the approval of the Board. The President shall also serve as a member ex-officio with the right to participate and vote on all committees except the Nominating Committee where the President shall not be a member.

(b) President Elect

The President Elect will serve with the current President and has the responsibility and obligation to focus on strategic objectives, to learn the position and successfully transition into the Presidential role.

(c) Vice President of Professional Development

The VP of Professional Development shall be responsible for establishing the strategy for, setting the direction of, and overseeing, all of the program and educational activities of the PMINYC CHAPTER, such as monthly meetings, special events, professional training, elearning and self-directed learning opportunities. The content of these activities is to be consistent and in accordance with the objectives of the PMINYC CHAPTER.

(d) Vice President of Marketing and Communications

The VP of Marketing and Communications shall be responsible for establishing the strategy for, setting the direction of, and overseeing, all of the external marketing and communication activities of the PMINYC CHAPTER. This includes but is not limited to, developing partnerships; sponsorships; and relationships with other chapters, local businesses, and educational institutions; developing the Chapter Communication Plan; ensuring that Chapter communications are established and executed as defined by the plan; facilitating the various types of communications initiated by the Chapter to targeted audiences, via various media (for example, email, web postings, US mailings, brochures, etc.); overseeing the development and maintenance of the Chapter website, and management of the meeting and event registration system (including financial fiduciary responsibility).

(e) Vice President of Membership

The VP of Membership shall be responsible for establishing the strategy for, setting the direction of, and overseeing, all of the membership development and volunteer participation. These duties include expansion and maintenance of chapter membership, recruitment and coordination of volunteers, administration of Quality Management and responding to inquiries from members regarding membership and activities of the chapter.

(f) Vice President of Finance

The VP of Finance shall be responsible for establishing the strategy for, setting the direction of, and overseeing, all of the management of funds for duly authorized purposes of the PMINYC CHAPTER and the fiscal, financial investment, and fundraising policies of the Chapter. These duties include, but are not limited to, developing Chapter financial goals and objectives, preparing the annual financial plan and annual reports, collecting, disbursing, and record-keeping of all applicable Chapter reports. The VP of Finance shall also act as Chair of ad hoc committees or task groups relating to Chapter financial investment and spending policies and practices.

(g) Vice President of Operations

The VP of Operations shall be responsible for establishing the strategy for, setting the direction of, and overseeing, all of the duties commonly performed by Corporate Secretaries and managing all Chapter Operations. Corporate Secretary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, documenting, disseminating, and maintaining Board meetings’ minutes, keeping the non-financial books, distributing information both to and from the PMINYC CHAPTER membership and to PMI® as required, keeping the records of all business meetings of the PMINYC CHAPTER and meetings of the Board, event logistics, instructing new Board Members, Program Managers and related volunteers about general Chapter operations, providing guidance and documentation for Chapter Operations, answering questions about Chapter Operations and being the central point of contact for advising to which committee is responsible for resolving an Operational issue.

(h) Vice President of Symposia

The Vice President of Symposia shall be responsible for establishing and maintaining the strategy and calendar for the creation and support of the annual symposia and seminars of the PMINYC CHAPTER. This includes establishing teams to deliver periodic seminars and at least one annual learning event of one or more days, which is the highlight of the event year for the chapter.

(i) Vice President of Outreach

The Vice President of Outreach shall be responsible for establishing and maintaining the strategy and calendar for the creation and support of individual programs and events with the larger community within which the PMINYC CHAPTER functions. Corporate Outreach works with the corporate community to establish and deliver programs for corporate involvement which may include membership events, project management education, partnership events for the mutual benefit of the chapter and the corporate entity.  Community Outreach works with the community at large to establish and deliver programs for community involvement which may include community support, fundraising, education and other partnership events for mutual benefit of the chapter and the community.

(j) Immediate Past President

The immediate Past President shall be responsible for providing guidance to the PMINYC CHAPTER leadership on governance and procedures. The immediate Past President shall serve as an advocate for the PMINYC CHAPTER to PMI®, other PMI® Chapters and in the PM Community. The immediate Past President's responsibilities shall include overseeing the CHAPTER'S annual nominations and elections via the Nominating Committee.

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Detailed Role Descriptions can be found by selecting below:

Past President

President Elect

VP of Finance  (Document not available)

VP Marketing & Communications

VP Membership

VP Operations

VP Outreach Corporate

VP Professional Development  (Document not available)