OPEN BOARD POSITIONS

VP - Technology

The Vice President of Technology is an officer and shall be responsible for, but not limited to:

  • Developing and implementing a technology strategy and roadmap for the Chapter
  • Developing and adhering to technology related policies, such as privacy policies and user login to the Chapter website
  • Provide oversight to technology volunteers, such as the webmasters, or approved contracted technology personnel
  • Work closely with the VP of Marketing and Communications and the President to ensure the Chapter’s technology infrastructure is supporting both short-term and long-term objectives for delivering value to members.

 

VP - Membership

The Vice President, Membership is an officer and shall be responsible for the development and maintenance of a Chapter membership plan that assures continued growth through recruiting and partnering with major community employers. This includes setting policy for membership benefits and annual membership dues with approval from the BOD. Other areas of responsibility include all aspects of membership administration such as maintenance and communication of member records (to BOD and to individual members), status with IIBA® and Southeast Michigan Chapter, meeting attendance, and member feedback for individual events and periodically survey for overall satisfaction. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Recommend policy for membership benefits for approval by the BOD
  • Recommend policy for annual membership dues for approval by the BOD
  • Recruit New Members
  • Process New Member Applications
  • Communicate Membership Status with Members
  • Maintain Membership List
  • Maintain Meeting Attendance Records
  • Administer Chapter Meeting Surveys
  • Administer periodic member satisfaction surveys and report improvement opportunities to the BOD

VP - Professional Development

The Vice President, Professional Development is an officer and shall be responsible for providing leadership to the chapter in promoting business analysis professionalism through a program of educational seminars, workshops, presentations, and other services designed to help BA professionals achieve certification/credentialing and to advance in their careers. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Recommend topics for chapter meetings for approval by BOD
  • Secure speakers for chapter meetings
  • Plan, schedule and communicate CBAP Study Groups
  • Plan, schedule and communicate webinars
  • Negotiate and plan training opportunities for members under beneficial terms
  • Identify new offerings, services and programs of value to members