Criteria for Volunteers to be Nominated

Criteria to be considered for Volunteers to be nominated as Directors for 2019

 

All candidates have to have professional status (and PMP desirable)Although membership is not required at nomination stage, membership will have to be acquired of both PMI and PMI Chapter to be instituted as Director of PMI SA ChapterMust abide by PMI’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

 

 

Preferably 5+ year experience in project, program, or portfolio management

It is desirable that candidates have knowledge of PMI activities and functioning, and/or executive leadership, and/or strategic planning, and/or board/governance, and/or senior management experience and be financially literate.

In addition to candidates possessing all or most of the above characteristics, the total composition of the Board should strive to be reflective of the diversity existing in the South African marketplace in respect to gender, culture, geographical location and stakeholder groups.

Therefore for the July 2018 ballot we require nominations to allow the Board to be able to function according to the act, our MOI and King IV. The mutually exclusive competencies we will be developing in Directors include: Finance and audit; Director’s trainingRisk managementPerformance auditsEthicsNPO Legal issuesConflict Management; Intimate knowledge of PMI and the Chapter.

Volunteer leaders will be supported to claim PDU’s for effort invested. Effort required should be preparation and attendance of four to five Board meetings annually, with committee meetings between. This activity should not prevent volunteers to participate in other volunteer and leadership activities.

Criteria to be considered for Volunteers to be nominated for Executive positions 2019 – 2021

 

It is desirable that candidates have achieved professional status, but we look for leadersMembership of both PMI and PMI SA Chapter is requiredMust abide by PMI’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

 

Project, program, portfolio manager experience a recommendation

Knowledge of PMI/Chapter activities and functioning a recommendation

Leadership and/or management experience a recommendation

Planning knowledge a recommendation

General duties of Executive Officers:

 

  • Ensure the chapter bylaws and policies and procedures are upheld and enforced
  • Ensure PMI policies and procedures are upheld as outlined in the “PMI Component Policies Manual”
  • Properly utilize the PMI copyright and registration of PMI trademarks
  • Ensure chapter programs and activities are properly identified as chapter activities and not an official activity of PMI
  • Faithfully support and attend chapter functions
  • Actively participate in executive meetings
  • Create a plan, budget and calendar for the year describing how the assigned duties will be accomplished. Include resources.
  • Positively represent the chapter and executive in community and PMI events
  • Develop a committee for the job by encouraging volunteers to assist
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the president

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