Chapter Leader Job Descriptions

 CHAPTER LEADER JOB DESCRIPTIONS

 

 

Executive Committee - President

Leadership Expectations

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Strategic Planning: work with the board to create and execute a 3-Year Strategic and Annual Business Plan
  • Create goals and objectives for the board and committees
  • Advise, support and develop board of directors in executing initiatives
  • Assist in chapter budget development
  • Mediate discussions and create consensus within the board
  • Communicate with members regarding all international initiatives and objectives
  • Target future leaders within existing board, committees and membership
  • Transition with President-Elect
  • Mentor the President-Elect

 

  • Visionary
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Organization
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial Responsibility
  • Motivational
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Empowerment
  • Effective Communication
  • Execution
  • Innovation

 

 

 

Job Descriptions

Term:   One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws


Helpful Skills:

  • Diplomacy, Resourceful, Visionary, Delegator, Leadership organization, Communicator (written and oral)

 

Qualifications:

  • Member in good standing with previous service as President-Elect
  • Knowledge of the activities/affairs of the Chapter
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position
  • Previous service (when possible) two (2) of the following positions: Vice President of Membership, Vice President of Finance or Vice President of Education

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Directly responsible for communicating with and supervising the Chapter officers and Directors to ensure that all assignments are completed according to the strategic plan, the chapter is financially sound and membership is advised of all progress
  • Serve as Chair of all meetings of both the Executive Committee and Board of Directors, serve as a member of the Budget and Finance Committee
  • Appoint all members of standing and special committees and relieve any inactive committee members with approval of the Board
  • Ensure Chapter adherence to Chapter Bylaws, Policies and Procedures
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Serve as an ex-officio member on all committees except the Nominating Committee
  • Vote on issues brought before the Board of Directors only in the event of a tie
  • Act as official spokesperson of the Chapter
  • Conduct annual Board Orientation and mid-year Board Retreat
  • Submit budget needs for the following fiscal year
  • Oversee performance of Chapter Administrator, including monthly meetings and a yearly performance review
  • Serve as liaison between the Chapter and MPI headquarters
  • Serve as a member of the Past Leaders Council or appoint a designee
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors

 

Reports to: Members

 

Commitment

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings, Chapter activities and functions; Board meetings and Executive Committee meetings
  • Attendance at Board retreats
  • Attendance at Past Leaders Council meetings
  • Attendance at Chapter Business Summit

 

 

Executive Committee - President -Elect

Leadership Expectations

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Strategic Planning: work with the board to create and execute a 3-Year Strategic and Annual Business Plan
  • Advise, support and develop board of directors in executing initiatives
  • Assist in chapter budget development
  • Mentor the leadership development processes to support succession planning
  • Target and mentor future leaders
  • Transition with incoming President-Elect
  • Schedule one on ones with Vice Presidents to discuss future vision

 

  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Organization
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial Responsibility
  • Motivational
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Diplomacy, Resourceful, Visionary, Delegator, Leadership organization, Communicator (written and oral).

 

Qualifications:

  • Member in good standing
  • Knowledgeable of the activities/affairs of the chapter
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position
  • Previous service (when possible) two (2) of the following positions: Vice President of Membership, Vice President of Finance or Vice President of Education.

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Serve as direct support to the Chapter President
  • In the absence of the President, perform the duties of the President with the powers of and subject to all the restrictions upon the President
  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors, Executive Committee and Budget and Finance Committee
  • Serve as ex-officio member of the Nominating and Gala Committee
  • Ensure the Chapter adheres to minimum Chapter standards as prescribed by MPI
  • Develop and implement a leadership succession/mentoring program
  • Cultivate volunteer opportunities and encourage participation

o   Work with committees to expand volunteer long-term involvement with Chapter

  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to Board members and committees
  • Attend monthly Board meetings, Chapter events and committee meetings
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Responsible for ensuring the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the President and/or the Board of Directors

 

Reports to: President

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings, official Chapter activities and functions; Board meetings and Executive Committee meetings
  • Attendance at Board retreats
  • Attendance at Past Leaders Council meetings
  • Attendance at Chapter Business Summit

 


 

Executive Committee - Immediate Past President

Leadership Expectations

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Strategic Planning: work with the board to create and execute a 3-Year Strategic and Annual Business Plan
  • Create goals and objectives for the board and committees
  • Advise, support and develop board of directors in executing initiatives
  • Assist in chapter budget development Mediate discussions and create consensus within the board
  • Target future leaders within existing board, committees and membership
  • Schedule transition time with President-Elect
  • Mentor the president

 

  • Visionary
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Organization
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Motivational
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Empowerment
  • Effective Communication
  • Execution
  • Innovation

 

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Completion of previous year's term as President
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee
  • Chair the Nominating Committee, ensuring compliance with bylaws and policy, providing an open nominations & elections process and ensuring compliance with MPI elections calendar requirements
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Act as support/mentor to President
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to Board members and committees
  • Attend monthly Board meetings, Chapter events and committee meetings
  • Submit agenda items for Board of Directors meetings in advance of meetings
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Chair Chapter's Past Presidents Council to provide for continued involvement of Past Presidents to support the strategic plan of the Chapter
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board of Directors

Reports to: President

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Board retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions


 

Executive Committee - Vice President of Finance

Leadership Expectations

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Strategic Planning: work with the board to create and execute a 3-Year Strategic and Annual Business Plan
  • Advise, support and develop board of directors in executing initiatives
  • Assist in chapter budget development and fiscal planning
  • Target future leaders within existing board, committees and membership
  • Transition with incoming Vice President of Finance
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Motivational
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Attention to detail, Knowledge of basic financial concepts, Basic knowledge of Excel

 

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Previous service (when possible) on Board of Directors, preferably in a finance capacity
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

General Responsibilities

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee
  • Chair the Budget & Finance Committee
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Responsible for ensuring the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned.
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board

 

Specific Responsibilities

  • Manage and supervise Chapter financial efforts, including:

o   Fundraising - fundraising events, auction

o   Special Events - trade shows, special networking events, etc.

o   Strategic Alliances - Sponsorships, Partnership Marketing

o   Investments & Reserves - CDs, mutual funds, prudent reserve

  • Maintain proper accounting procedure for the receipt and handling of funds, maintenance of financial records and paying all authorized invoices
  • Ensure safekeeping of Chapter funds in such banks, trust companies and/or investments as approved by the Board of Directors
  • Renew all permits and authorized post office boxes
  • Prepare annual operating budget and ensure compliance once approved by the Board
  • Ensure Chapter is incorporated according to Chapter minimum bylaws
  • Comply with all governmental tax regulations and file Chapter tax reports as required
  • Present up-to-date financial statements at each Board of Directors meeting
  • Research current funding, partnership and investment trends and topics pertinent to the chapter and report findings to Board of Directors
  • Make each Director and Executive Committee aware when chapter is close to budgetary limits

 

Reports to: President

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings, chapter activities, functions, Board meetings and Executive Committee meetings
  • Attendance at Board retreats
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Business Summit, as directed by President

 

 

Executive Committee - Vice President of Membership

Leadership Expectations

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Strategic Planning: work with the board to create and execute a 3-Year Strategic and Annual Business Plan
  • Advise, support and develop board of directors and direct committee reports in executing initiatives
  • Assist in chapter budget development
  • Target future leaders within existing board, committees and membership
  • Transition with incoming Vice President of Membership

 

  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Motivational
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Delegation organization, Marketing Skills, Listening Skills

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Previous service on Board of Directors, preferably in a membership capacity
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Member of Executive Committee
  • Provide direction and leadership to maintain and increase MPI membership
  • Work with chapter administrator to maintain a current roster of Chapter members
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned Committees
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Responsible for ensuring the fiscal responsibility of the Committee(s) to which position is assigned.
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Manage and supervise Chapter membership efforts, including:

o   Recruitment – member recruitment, new member orientation

o   Member Care – member retention, hospitality

o   Awards & Scholarships – recognition programs, scholarships

o   Communicate strategic issues relating to membership to Board of Directors

o   Research current membership trends and topics pertinent to the meetings industry and report findings to Board of Directors

o   Work with Regional Outreach teams as it pertains to communications, education and membership.

 

Reports to: President

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings and retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Business Summit, as directed by President


 

Executive Committee - Vice President of Education

Leadership Expectations

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Strategic Planning: work with the board to create and execute a 3-Year Strategic and Annual Business Plan
  • Advise, support and develop board of directors in executing initiatives
  • Assist in chapter budget development
  • Target future leaders within existing board, committees and membership
  • Schedule transition time with incoming Vice President of Education

 

  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Motivational
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Adaptability, Project Management, Communicator (oral and written), Motivator, Conflict Resolution, Trend Watcher (or willing to research), Team Builder

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position
  • Previous service on Board of Directors, preferably in a education capacity

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Member of Executive Committee
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned.
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Manage and supervise Chapter educational efforts, including:

o   Monthly Programs - Registration, Site Selection & Logistics

o   Professional Development - Educational Content & Speaker Sourcing

o   Special Educational Projects - Chapter/Regional Education Conference, Leadership Institutes, Women's Leadership Initiative, CMP/CMM, Multi-Cultural Initiatives

  • Develop annual education plan in accordance with Chapter strategies and MPI standards
  • Communicate strategic issues relating to professional development to Board of Directors
  • Research current education trends and topics pertinent to the meetings industry and report findings to Board of Directors
  • Approve all bills of assigned committees and forward appropriate paperwork to the Vice President of Finance

 

Reports to: President

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings and retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Business Summit, as directed by President


 

Executive Committee - Vice President of Communications

Leadership Expectations

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Strategic Planning: work with the board to create and execute a 3-Year Strategic and Annual Business Plan
  • Advise, support and develop board of directors in executing initiatives
  • Assist in chapter budget development
  • Target future leaders within existing board, committees and membership
  • Transition with incoming VP of Communications

 

  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Motivational
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Delegation, Motivational, Deadline driven, Strong proofreader, General understanding of communications tools and technology (i.e. Websites, social medial sites, constant contact, blogs).

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position
  • Previous service on Board of Directors, preferably in a communications capacity

 

Overall Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Member of Executive Committee
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

 

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Manage the publications, marketing, advertising, public relations, community outreach and advocacy efforts of the chapter, including:

o   Marketing - Website/technology, Job Bank

o   Publications - Newsletter, Directory

o   Public Relations - Media Relations, Press Releases

o   Advertising - Newsletter Ads, Website Ads

o   Community Outreach - Philanthropic Activities

  • Ensure Chapter programs, activities and accomplishments are highlighted on an International level by communicating with MPI Public Relations and Marketing Departments
  • Communicate strategic issues relating to communications/technology to Board of Directors
  • Research current communications/technology trends and topics pertinent to the meetings industry and report findings to Board of Directors
  • Approve all bills of the committees within the Communications category and forward appropriate paperwork to the Vice President of Finance

 

Reports to: President

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings and retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions
  • Potential attendance at Chapter Business Summit, as directed by President

 

 

Executibe Committee - Vice President of Special Programs:  

Leadership Expectations

 Management

Leadership Skills

  • Strategic Planning: work with the board to create and execute a 3-Year Strategic Plan and Annual BusinessPlan
  • Advise, support and develop board of directors in executinginitiatives
  • Assist in chapter budgetdevelopment
  • Target future leaders within existing board, committees andmembership
  • Schedule transition time with incomingVP’s
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Motivational
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution
 

 

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

 

Eligibility:

  • Member in goodstanding
  • Willingtogivethetime,energy,talentsandenthusiasmrequiredoftheposition

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board ofDirectors
  • Member of ExecutiveCommittee
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assignedcommittees
  • Reportonthestrategies,successesandchallengesofassignedcommitteestoBoardofDirectors
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position isassigned
  • SupportanddefendpoliciesandprogramsadoptedbytheBoardofDirectors
  • Conduct transition meeting withsuccessor
  • PerformotherdutiesthatmaybedelegatedbythePresidentand/orBoardofDirectors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Provide vision and goals for yearly SpecialEvents:

o     Assist with planning and coordination of these Events with Director of Special Events includingMPI After5,Spring/FallEvent,HospitalityIndustryHolidayLuncheon,andtheYearEndGala.

o     Maintain Events on Master Calendar – so not to conflict with monthlymeetings

o     Continued communication with VP of Professional Development and Directorof Sponsorship

o     OverseeChairmanofCommunityOutreachtodevelopstrategiestolinkSpecialEventswith specificcharities

o     Oversee development of a charity centeredevent

o     Plan and develop the annual gala with direction from the President and PastPresident.

 

Reports to: President

 

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings, chapter activities andfunctions
  • Attendance at Board meetings andretreats
  • Regular attendance at Special Events & Community Outreach committeemeetings

 

 

Director, Monthly Programs

Leadership Attributes

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Create objectives to support the chapter’s Business and Strategic plan
  • Educate committee chairs with processes, procedures and tools to achieve committee objectives
  • Assist in budget development for all committees reporting to director based on line items in overall chapter budget
  • Coordination of all logistics of monthly meetings
  • Identify incoming director from committees who report to you
  • Transition with incoming Director
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Identify, recruit and train Committee chair for assigned committees
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Develop, implement and manage a Request For Proposal (RFP) process for all monthly educational programs
  • Perform site selection for all monthly educational programs
  • Coordinate all logistics for monthly educational programs, including menu selection, audiovisual needs, room setup requirements, registration and hotel arrangements
  • Facilitate a registration process for monthly educational programs with Executive Director.
  • Develop, implement and manage a system for providing Continuing Education Units (CEU) at chapter educational programs.
  • Assist Communications with promoting CEU opportunities and tracking methods to chapter members
  • Responsible for ensuring chapter programming meets the requirements for CEU’s
  • Assist all committees to facilitate the production of their events

 

Reports to: Vice President of Education

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Board retreats


 

 

Director, Meetings Academy

Leadership Attributes

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Create objectives to support the chapter’s Business and Strategic plan
  • Educate committee chairs with processes, procedures and tools to achieve committee objectives
  • Assist in budget development for all committees reporting to director based on line items in overall chapter budget
  • Coordination of all logistics of monthly meetings
  • Identify incoming director from committees who report to you
  • Transition with incoming Director
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Identify, recruit and train Committee chair for assigned committees
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Develop, implement and manage a Request For Proposal (RFP) process for Meetings Academy
  • Perform site selection for Meetings Academy venue
  • Coordinate all logistics for Meetings Academy, including menu selection, audiovisual needs, room setup requirements, registration and hotel arrangements
  • Facilitate a registration process for Meetings Academy program with Executive Director.
  • Develop, implement and manage a system for providing Continuing Education Units (CEU) at Meetings Academy.
  • Assist Communications with promoting CEU opportunities and tracking methods to chapter members
  • Responsible for ensuring chapter programming meets the requirements for CEU’s
  • Assist all committees to facilitate the production of Meetings Academy

 

Reports to: Vice President of Education

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Board retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions

 

 

Director, Leadership Development

Leadership Attributes

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Create objectives to support the chapter’s Business and Strategic plan
  • Educate committee chairs with processes, procedures and tools to achieve committee objectives
  • Assist in budget development for all committees reporting to director based on line items in overall chapter budget
  • Target incoming director from committees who report to you
  • Chapter leadership and succession planning program
  • Transition with incoming director
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Organization, Trend Watcher (or willing to research), Creativity, Adaptability, Team Builder

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly board meetings, Chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Identify, recruit and train committee chair for assigned committees
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the coordination of the Board 101 program, the Leadership Succession program and the Power of Two program.
  • Responsible for the coordination of the Belmont MEP Program in conjunction with the Scarlett Leadership Institute.
  • Communicate the availability and schedule of the CMP study group to coincide with CMP examination dates
  • Submit articles for newsletter and website communicating availability of study groups, deadline dates and exam information
  • Ensure promotion of CMP/CMM activities, special educational events (Master Series), the Culture Active Tool and the Multi-Cultural Initiative
  • Serve as chapter liaison to the MPI Foundation
  • Ensure promotion and implementation of all MPI Foundation initiatives

 

Reports to: Vice President of Education

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings and retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions


 

Director, Strategic Alliance

Leadership Attributes

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Create objectives to support the chapter’s Business and Strategic plan
  • Educate committee chairs with processes, procedures and tools to achieve committee objectives
  • Assist in budget development for all committees reporting to director based on line items in overall chapter budget
  • Target incoming director from committees who report to you
  • Transition with incoming Director
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Knowledge of the industry and the people in the industry, organized, GREAT follow-up, comfortable with sales

 

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Identify, recruit and train committee chair for assigned committees
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Develop strategies to increase revenue and in-kind support for the Chapter
  • Monitor association and meetings industry trends to discover best practices in resource development by other organizations
  • Develop, implement and manage Chapter fundraising efforts and events
  • Ensure promotion of fundraising effort
  • Follow through with collection of Strategic Partners funds and deliverables.

 

Reports to: Vice President of Finance

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Board retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions

 

 

Director, Marketing

Leadership Attributes

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Create objectives to support the chapter’s Business and Strategic plan
  • Educate committee chairs with processes, procedures and tools to achieve committee objectives
  • Assist in budget development for all committees reporting to director based on line items in overall chapter budget
  • Target incoming director from committees who report to you
  • Transition with incoming Director
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Problem Solver, Creativity, Project Management, Base Knowledge of Media (Print, Electronic, Internet),  Communicator (oral and written), Motivator

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly Board meetings, Chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Identify, recruit and train committee chair for assigned committees
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate all details of publishing and distributing monthly newsletter, annual membership directory and any other Chapter publications to membership
  • Develop and enforce editorial calendar for all publications and solicit submissions
  • Facilitate production, writing, proofreading and design of Chapter printed materials to ensure professional appearance and consistent “look” of the Association brand
  • Appoint Chapter photographer and coordinate placement of photos into Chapter publications
  • Liaise with directors to ensure promotion of Chapter activities
  • Provide an open channel of communications between committees to facilitate flow of information to newsletter editor
  • Perform annual review of Chapter publications to ensure efficacy as Chapter communications tools

 

Reports to: Vice President of Communications

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings
  • Attendance at Board retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions

Director, Member Care

 

Leadership Attributes

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Create objectives to support the chapter’s Business and Strategic plan
  • Educate committee chairs with processes, procedures and tools to achieve committee objectives
  • Assist in budget development for all committees reporting to director based on line items in overall chapter budget
  • Target incoming director from committees who report to you
  • Transition with incoming Director
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Delegation, Motivator, Facilitator, Supportive

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly board meetings, Chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Maintain complete and accurate records of the Chapter's membership and reconcile reports monthly through MPI Association Management Software (AMS)
  • Meet or exceed the chapter retention goal for the year, based on the chapter metrix.
  • Develop and maintain an active and ongoing campaign to retain members
  • Encourage member involvement in committees
  • Conduct an annual Chapter needs assessment survey
  • Provide hospitality at Chapter functions by welcoming attendees
  • Submit articles to newsletter and website in support of member care activities

 

Reports to: Vice President of Membership

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings and retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions


 

Director, Chapter Collaboration

 

Leadership Attributes

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Create objectives to support the chapter’s Business and Strategic plan
  • Educate committee chairs with processes, procedures and tools to achieve committee objectives
  • Assist in budget development for all committees reporting to director based on line items in overall chapter budget
  • Target incoming director from committees who report to you
  • Transition with incoming Director
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Delegation, Motivator, Facilitator, Supportive

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly board meetings, Chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Attend all Face-to-Face  and conference call meetings of TONS (currently 2 face-to-face meetings and 6 conference calls).  If unable to attend, arrange for designated alternate to attend and notify TONS chair of the substitution
  • Represent the Chapter and make decisions for the Chapter based on the common good of the Joint Venture and MPISEC conference.
  • Perform all TONS assigned responsibilities
  • Ensure updated information regarding TONS to Board Meetings

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings and retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions
  • Attendance at TONS meetings and conference calls

 

 

 

Director, Sponsorship and Advertising

 

Leadership Attributes

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Create objectives to support the chapter’s Business and Strategic plan
  • Educate committee chairs with processes, procedures and tools to achieve committee objectives
  • Assist in budget development for all committees reporting to director based on line items in overall chapter budget
  • Target incoming director from committees who report to you
  • Transition with incoming Director
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Delegation, Motivator, Facilitator, Supportive

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly board meetings, Chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Maintain complete and accurate records of the Chapter's membership and reconcile reports monthly through MPI Association Management Software (AMS)
  • Meet or exceed the chapter retention goal for the year, based on the chapter metrix.
  • Develop and maintain an active and ongoing campaign to retain members
  • Encourage member involvement in committees
  • Conduct an annual Chapter needs assessment survey
  • Provide hospitality at Chapter functions by welcoming attendees
  • Submit articles to newsletter and website in support of member care activities

 

Reports to: Vice President of Finance

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings and retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions
  • Provide hospitality at Chapter functions by welcoming attendees
  • Submit articles to newsletter and website in support of member care activities

 

 

Director, Community Outreach and Networking

 

Leadership Attributes

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Create objectives to support the chapter’s Business and Strategic plan
  • Educate committee chairs with processes, procedures and tools to achieve committee objectives
  • Assist in budget development for all committees reporting to director based on line items in overall chapter budget
  • Target incoming director from committees who report to you
  • Transition with incoming Director
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution

 

 

 

Job Description

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter bylaws

 

Helpful Skills:

  • Delegation, Motivator, Facilitator, Supportive

Eligibility:

  • Member in good standing
  • Willing to give the time, energy, talents and enthusiasm required of the position

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board of Directors
  • Attend monthly board meetings, Chapter events and committee meetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees
  • Report on the strategies, successes and challenges of assigned committees to Board of Directors
  • Ensure the fiscal responsibility of the committee(s) to which position is assigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Conduct transition meeting with successor
  • Perform other duties that may be delegated by the President and/or Board of Directors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Develop, Implement and manage chapter networking events, including (but not limited to):

MPI After 5 events,

Joint Meetings with other MPI Chapters and/or local Associations

  • Establish and maintain a community service program as a means of giving back to the community
  • Review local charities and make recommendations to the Board of Directors
  • Ensure promotion of community outreach efforts
  • Work with the Director of Special Programs to facilitate fundraising within chapter membership to support community project

 

Reports to: Vice President of Special Programs

 

Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Board meetings and retreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities and functions
  • Provide hospitality at Chapter functions by welcoming attendees
  • Submit articles to newsletter and website in support of activities

 

Director, Special Events: 

Leadership Attributes

Management

Leadership Skills

  • Create objectives to support thechapter’s Strategic and Businessplan
  • Educate committee chairs with processes, procedures and tools to achieve committee objectives
  • Assist in budget development for all committees reporting to director basedon line items in overall chapterbudget
  • Target incoming director fromcommittees who report toyou
  • Schedule transition time with incoming Director
  • Facilitation
  • Collaboration
  • Delegation
  • Mentoring
  • Coaching
  • Teaching
  • Financial
  • Conflict/Resolution
  • Execution
 

 

Term: One year or as determined by the Board of Directors and Chapter Bylaws

 

Eligibility:

  • Member in goodstanding
  • Willingtogivethetime,energy,talentsandenthusiasmrequiredoftheposition
  • Good organizationalskills

 

General Responsibilities:

  • Serve as voting member of Board ofDirectors
  • Attend monthly board meetings, chapter events and committeemeetings
  • Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assignedcommittees
  • Identify, recruit and train Committee Chair for assignedcommittees
  • Responsibleforensuringthefiscalresponsibilityofthecommittee(s)towhichpositionisassigned
  • Support and defend policies and programs adopted by the Board ofDirectors
  • Conduct transition meeting withsuccessor
  • PerformotherdutiesthatmaybedelegatedbythePresidentand/orBoardofDirectors

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Developstrategiestoestablishspecialevents-Springevent,Fallevent,andHoliday
  • Develop & Plan Year end Gala with President and PastPresident
  • Planandexecutemonthly“After5”networkingeventswiththeassistanceofEventChairs
  • EnsurethattheDirectorofSponsorshiphasreceivedallnecessarysponsorshipcommitmentformsbefore announcing any events to membership and planningbegins
  • Monitorassociationandmeetingsindustrytrendstodiscoverbestpracticesinspecialeventsbyother organizations
  • Ensurepromotionofspecialeventefforts;linkwithMarketingLiaisonandDirectorofMarketingand Communications
  • Delegatespecialeventslogisticstocommittee(nolessthan8committeemembers)anddevelop&mentor Special Events committee members forsuccession
  • Report on special event strategies to the Board ofDirectors

 

Reports to: VP of Special Projects

Time Commitment:

  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings and Boardmeetings
  • Attendance at Boardretreats
  • Attendance at all official chapter activities andfunctions
  • Committee activities (4hr/mo)