Serves as an appointed member of the chapter board of directors. Monitors and evaluates on a continuing basis local activities concerning workforce readiness and diversity issues, and plans and encourages chapter involvement and activities impacting the workforce readiness arena. Works with Vice President to help coordinate and plan a diversity topic/speaker for Octobers’ luncheon. Presents a report or update to the chapter president and fellow chapter members. Works in cooperation with state-level workforce readiness advocates.
The members of the chapter
The chapter president
State council workforce readiness director
- Serve as advocate and program coordinator for workforce readiness and diversity chapter activities.
- Partner with local schools to share information. Contact local workforce readiness coordinators within the schools to discuss initiatives.
- Manage HR job postings for our website.
- Identify and evaluate issues that impact workforce readiness/diversity and develop goals for a chapter strategy.
- Report on issues to chapter members and serve as advocate at chapter activities for education programs.
- Monitor local activities concerning workforce readiness and diversity and provide timely information on education issues to the chapter president and state workforce readiness director.
- Develop and support workshops and seminars that address workforce readiness and/or diversity issues.
- Provide special recognition for chapter members and for local programs that promote betterment of the local workforce through educational process.
- Participate in SHRM Workforce Readiness Core Leadership Area volunteer leader conference calls and webcasts.
- Participate in the development and implementation of short-term and long-term strategic planning for the chapter.
- Represent the chapter in the human resources community.
- Attend all monthly membership and board of directors meetings.
- Must be a SHRM member in good standing elected by the Chapter membership.
- Must be a National SHRM member