Are you interested in being a part of a dynamic group of HR professionals who are passionate about developing HR leaders and advancing the HR profession? If so, here is your opportunity to be a part of the Indiana State Council of SHRM!
Below is a list of roles that will be elected for the 2018-2019 term. Expressing interested in the role is easy! Simply complete the online Volunteer Leader Interest Form and submit it by September 1, 2017. Interest forms will be reviewed by the executive team, applicants will be contacted, and finalists will be selected for the slate. The slate vote will take place in October.
- Communications and Technology Director—Monitors, evaluates and advocates, on a continuing basis national, state and local activities concerning the use of information technology to facilitate better communication throughout the volunteer leadership of SHRM and to the public at large. Supports and ensures updated information on the website. Investigates use of new technology to enhance effectiveness of council operations.
- Director-Elect—Serves as an “understudy” to the State Council Director. Works with the State Council Director to establish policy, strategies and objectives consistent with SHRM Board policies and the mission and vision of the Indiana State Council of SHRM. Provides guidance to elected and volunteer staff who are responsible for accomplishing state and SHRM objectives.
- Diversity Director—Responsible for monitoring and evaluating on a continuing basis state and local activities concerning diversity issues and works with chapter diversity directors to encourage involvement at the chapter level.
- Government Affairs Director—Responsible for continually monitoring and pending state legislative, regulatory and legal actions which may have an impact on the human resource professionals and to communicate such information to SHRM chapters and such other members as appropriate within the State. The Government Affairs Director shall work closely with the SHRM Regional Government Affairs Director and the SHRM headquarters staff in carrying out these responsibilities.
- Membership Director—Responsible for providing leadership to membership activities in chapters, particularly assuring that chapter membership directors have access to resources necessary to recruit at-large SHRM members to chapters, local chapters members only to SHRM, and non-affiliated HR professionals to both organizations. Provide leadership to member engagement/retention measurement and strategies of chapters.
- SHRM Foundation Director—Responsible for representing the interests of the SHRM Foundation and its activities to the state. Educates the chapters and the state council regarding the purpose and ongoing activities of the SHRM Foundation.