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  • 1. Get Involved in PMI Today Presentation Presenter: Diane BradyVP of Professional Development, PMI Portland vp_prof_devel@pmi-portland.org Membership Information: Karel Rasovsky VP of Membership, PMI Portland Vp_membership@pmi-portland.org 1
  • 2. -Project Management Institute-PMI Portland Chapter-PMI Membership-Careers in Project Management-Get Involved Today 2
  • 3. PMI Facts The Project Management Institute (PMI) is the leading global association and advocate for the project management profession. With 250 chapters in over 70 countries, PMI is a nonprofit professional association dedicated to advancing project management. PMIs aim is to promote professionalism in the practice of project management through a comprehensive support system. 3
  • 4. PMI MissionTo promote the profession ofProject Management bycreating a culture andcommunity that facilitatesprofessional growth througheducation and volunteerism. 4
  • 5. PMI VisionTo be the innovative leader in the region for advancing projectmanagement, making individuals and organizations moresuccessful. We are aresponsive andcollaborative center ofexcellence promotingethics, quality,knowledge, skills,integrity and leadership. 5
  • 6. PMI Portland Chapter PMI Portland is a local chapter of PMI and is over 1400 members strong www.pmi-portland.org Our goal is to promote the profession of project management by creating a culture and community that facilitates professional growth through networking, education and volunteerism. We serve practitioners and organizations with standards that describe good practices Globally recognized credentials that certify project management expertise 6
  • 7. PMI Portland Chapter - continued The Portland Chapter of PMI has been known for its progressive and innovative programs. PMI Portland provides resources for professional development: Networking with peers and other professionals Mentoring opportunities Educational workshops and events Accreditation (PMP/CAPM and PMI-ACP) exam preparation On-line training options 7
  • 8. PMI Portland Mentoring ProgramMentees Requirements: Will be asked to identify their personal goals and submit a bio to assist in the pairing process There is a $25 application fee; payable by check made out to PMI Portland Chapter Provide Mentors with an opportunity to: Enhance leadership skills by sharing their knowledge and experiences with partners Assist with problem solvingmentoring@pmi-portland.org Act as an advisor Be a good listener (for both personal and work issues)! 8
  • 9. PMI Portland ChapterScholarships Scholarship 1 Scholarship 2 -undergrad and grad -undergraduate students students $1250.00 only $1250.00 -enrolled in accredited -enrolled in accredited program program-PMI Portland is providing 2 scholarships-In addition to above requirements, applicants must be from thePortland Metro area-more information at pmief.com 9
  • 10. Membership BenefitsComplimentary PublicationPMI Member CommunityPMBOK on CD-RomMonthly NewsletterAccess to Job PostingsRoundtable Discussion Groups throughout the Portland-Metro AreaDiscounts: Local Educational Seminars, Prep Course, Books,Networking Events, and Monthly Chapter Dinner Meetings 10
  • 11. PMI MembershipFirst join Project Management International - www.pmi.orgThen join our local Portland Chapter www.pmi-portland.org 11
  • 12. Types of MembershipRegular Membership First Year Dues - $129 plus $25 for local chapter After First Year - $119 plus $25 for local chapterDiscounts available for Retired & Students. Retired Members - Pay $60 a year for PMI. Must be PMI member in good standing for five consecutive years & have retired from active employment. Students Members - Just $30 (U.S.) per year, plus a $10 application fee for new members. Membership is open to any student enrolled in a degree-granting program at an accredited, or global equivalent, college or university. 12
  • 13. What Does A Project Manager Do?Planning and Defining ScopeActivity Planning andResource PlanningDeveloping Schedules Controlling QualityTime Estimating Risk AnalysisCost Estimating Team LeadershipDeveloping a Budget Managing Risks and IssuesSequencing Creating Charts and Schedules Benefits Realization Scalability, Interoperability and Portability Analysis Documentation 13
  • 14. All-Time High Demand forSkilled Project ManagersIncreasingly, organizationsbase their success on thetimely and efficientcompletion of projects andsee the value of skilledproject managementprofessional. 14
  • 15. Climbing the ProjectManagement Career Ladder Project Team Program Manager Member Portfolio Manager Project Team Lead PMO Director Project Coordinator Functional Manager Project Manager 15
  • 16. Project Management SalaryInformation: Annualized median salary (U.S.) by years worked in Project Management* 3 years or less $74,748 4 to 5 years 82,000 6 to 10 years 93,500 11 to 15 years 103,000 16 to 20 years 110,000 21 years and over 118,000 *Information from PMI Project Management Salary SurveySixth Edition PMP credential holders averaged 10% higher than figures listed above 16
  • 17. GET INVOLVED TODAY!Become a member:http://www.pmi-portland.org/join-pmi-portlandUpcoming Events:http://www.pmi-portland.orgLeadership:http://www.pmi-portland.org/leadership 17