I-ISIG 2023 Call for Nominations
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The ACRM International Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group (I-ISIG) 2023 Call for Nominations is open for several officer positions on the I-ISIG Executive Committee, including:
- Chair Elect
- Awards Officer
- Communications Officer
- Membership Officer
Self-nominations are welcome and encouraged, as are peer nominations of I-ISIG members. Please see below for nomination procedure and criteria.
Thank you for your help in choosing the leadership of our community group!
Nomination Procedure – Open for 2023
All candidates must be or become active ACRM members in good standing and a current member of the International ISIG. All nominations should be emailed to Chetan Phadke firstname.lastname@example.org, Nominating Committee Chair and must include the following:
- The Officer position for which the candidate is nominated
- The name of the candidate, with credentials
- Candidate’s title and affiliation
- Candidate’s CV
- Tell us why you would like to serve in this position
CRITERIA FOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
- Active ACRM member in good standing and member of I-ISIG
- Knowledgeable about and supportive of the ACRM & I-ISIG mission and objectives
- Demonstrate a special commitment to ACRM & I-ISIG through tenure of membership and participation in the organization
- Ability to accomplish tasks on schedule and to work effectively with other people
- Understand and agree to the necessary commitment of time and community activities
The elected officers, will assume their positions during the first I-ISIG Executive Committee meeting during the ACRM 100th Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
Roles & Responsibilities
This person support the Chair of the I-ISIG in the responsibilities of the Chair as requested and attend the monthly I-ISIG Executive Committee Meeting. The Chair Elect will serve as the Program Liaison Officer and participate in the determination of the I-ISIG Award recipients as part of the I-ISIG Awards Committee Responsibilities of this position include attending the monthly I-ISIG Executive Committee Meeting, the Program Committee Meeting and participating in reviewing symposia for the I-ISIG Programming.
Will assume duties at the 2023 ACRM 100th Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia and serve for two years. At the Annual meeting in 2025 Chair-Elect will automatically assume the Chair position for two years at the conclusion of the ACRM I-ISIG Annual business meeting during the 2027 Annual Conference, then serves as the Past Chair for two years.
Chair-Elect–holds office for two (2) years. At the end of his/her term, the Chair–Elect will automatically assume the Chair position for two years at the conclusion of the annual business meeting. and then advances to the Past Chair for two years.
NOTE: The Chair Position is also a liaison to the Board of Governors (Ex-Officio) which requires attendance at the monthly Board of Governors meeting which includes the in-person Spring and Annual Conference Board of Governors meetings. The Chair-Elect will serve as the Program Liaison Officer. Responsibilities of this position include attending the monthly Program Committee Meeting, participating in reviewing symposia for the I-ISIG Programming as well as participating in the determination of the I-ISIG Award recipients as part of the I-ISIG Awards Committee.
The Awards Officer shall ensure that the International-ISIG sponsored program content and
the identification and presentation of poster awards occur at the ACRM annual meeting. The Awards Officer will serve as an alternate to the Chair-Elect on the ACRM Program Committee. The Awards Officer will in collaboration with the Chair-Elect assure that ACRM program content sufficiently addresses International-ISIG interests and that sponsored International-ISIG programs are coordinated with the Program Committee.
The Awards Officer will also chair the Awards Committee. The Award Officer will appoint two International-ISIG members with strong research experience to review the relevant abstracts and select recipients.
As a member of the I ISIG Executive Committee, the Awards Officer will attend the monthly I ISIG Executive Committee Meetings.
Holds office for two (2) years. This position can be extended for one (1) optional two-year term if agreed upon by the Awards Officer and Nominating Committee and voted upon by the general membership
The Communication officer is the Editor of the I-ISIG Newsletter. The Communication Officer will lead and appoint members to the Media and Marketing Committee to assist with communication using print, electronic, website, and social media and other strategic initiatives.
The Communications Officer in coordination with the ACRM National Office will be responsible for assuring that the content of the I-ISIG portion of the ACRM website is up to date and reflective of the mission and activities of the I-ISIG. Additionally the Communications Officer in coordination with the ACRM National Office will be responsible for the establishment and maintenance of communication using social media, as deemed necessary by the I-ISIG membership. The Communications Officer will oversee the I-ISIG Newsletter to be published once a year and in time for the annual meeting.
Finally, the Communications Officer in coordination with the ACRM National Office and I-ISIG Executive Committee will evaluate and respond to dissemination requests for I-ISIG related activities and research. This would include determination of appropriateness of the request and facilitation/coordination.
Holds office for two (2) years. This position can be extended for one (1) optional two-year term if agreed upon by the Communications Officer and Nominating Committee and voted upon by the general membership
The Membership officer shall act as a liaison between the ACRM National Office and the I-ISIG. The Membership officer shall oversee that I-ISIG membership of 150 or more T12 members is maintained by the ACRM National Office and that an ongoing campaign is maintained to promote I-ISIG membership in order to enhance its ability to fulfill its stated objectives. This person will provide a full membership report to the membership at the annual I-ISIG business meeting. In support of these duties, he/she may serve as I-ISIG liaison and a member of the ACRM Membership Committee.
The membership officer shall act as liaison between the ACRM National Office and the I-ISIG regarding members who have fallen out of good standing of the ACRM and may work with the Chair to bring members back into good standing.
Holds office for two (2) years. This position can be extended for one (1) optional two-year term if agreed upon by the Membership Officer and the Nominating Committee
In addition, the International ISIG is seeking an ACRM member who is interested in working with the Communications Officer creating presence in Social Media. ACRM does have a training program offered for this position.