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Leadership Director Elect

Position Description & Duties

The Leadership Director Elect is responsible for assisting the Leadership Director in coordinating the leadership, volunteer, society and human resources-related training and development activities for the members of the state council and local SHRM chapters.

RESPONSIBLE TO:  State Director

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Attend all State Council meetings and actively participate in Council matters.
  2. Promote SHRM membership among practicing members of the human resource profession.
  3. Assists the council in the dissemination of information to Chapters providing timely and accurate responses to questions. Makes recommendations as warranted. 
  4. Work with chapter leaders to incorporate state and SHRM goals into local chapter activities.
  5. Chair the planning of the yearly State Leadership Conference with assistance from the District Directors and State Director.
  6. Report to the State Council on a regular basis regarding the activities of the Leadership Conference committee.
  7. Identify individuals who demonstrate effective leadership roles within the district for potential leadership involvement on the council.
  8. Provides direction, assistance and support of professional development activities within the state and SHRM.
  9. Perform other duties as assigned by State Director.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • SHRM membership in good standing required.
  • HRCI certification highly desirable
CORE COMPETENCIES:
  • Self-directed work style
  • Effective customer service skills
  • Team orientation
  • Ability to advocate for chapter and council
  • Ability to recruit potential WISHRM council members

TERM:
Serves a two-year term beginning the first of January and ending the last day of December.  Appointed by the State Director.  May be re-appointed for two additional terms for a total service of four years.

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Jackie Peterson
 

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