M-ISIG 2022 Call for Nominations is Now Closed
Election Ballot to each Measurement-ISIG member in good standing via Survey Monkey will launch shortly with the election concluding Monday, February 27.
Open for several officer positions on the M-ISIG Executive Committee, are listed below. Results will be announced following the election
- Chair Elect
- Communications Officer
Self-nominations are welcome and encouraged, as are peer nominations of M-ISIG members.
Thank you for your help in choosing the leadership of our community group!
Nomination Procedure – Closed for 2022
All candidates must be or become active ACRM members in good standing and current member of the M-ISIG. All nominations should be emailed Allan Kozlowski, Allan.Kozlowski@maryfreebed.com Nominating Committee Chair, and M-ISIG Past Chair and to 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
CRITERIA FOR M-ISIG EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
- Active ACRM member in good standing and member of M-ISIG
- Knowledgeable about and supportive of the ACRM & M-ISIG mission and objectives
- Demonstrate a special commitment to ACRM & M-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 successful officers will assume their positions during the M-ISIG meeting which occurs during the ACRM Annual Conference on 6-8 November at the Chicago Hilton, following notification and confirmation of acceptance.
Roles & Responsibilities
The Chair-Elect shall act to obtain the greatest possible acquaintanceship with the affairs and membership of the Measurement-ISIG so as to effectively and efficiently fulfill the office of Chair upon succession. The Chair-Elect shall in collaboration with the Secretary oversee the Measurement-ISIG membership and maintain an ongoing campaign to promote Measurement-ISIG membership in order to enhance its ability to fulfill its stated mission and vision. The Chair-Elect shall preside at general or business meetings in the absence of the Chair and shall succeed to the office of the Chair in the event of removal of the Chair for reasons stated within these Rules of Governance. The Chair-Elect will assure that ACRM program content sufficiently addresses Measurement-ISIG interests and that sponsored Measurement-ISIG programs are coordinated with the ACRM Programming Committee. In support of this duty, the Chair-Elect will serve as Measurement-ISIG liaison and member of the ACRM Programming Committee. The Chair-Elect will also serve as a member of the Measurement-ISIG Nominating Committee.
The Chair-Elect holds office for two (2) years. At the end of the term, the Chair-elect will automatically assume the Chair position for two years at the conclusion of the annual business meeting.
The Secretary shall maintain a correct and permanent record of the meetings and transactions of the Measurement-ISIG including minutes of all meetings, correspondence by Measurement-ISIG officers, budget, task force reports, membership records, historical list of Measurement-ISIG award winners, lists of persons attending spring and annual meetings and the like on a centralized data system supported by the ACRM National Office. The Secretary will also assume responsibility for reviewing and preserving the Measurement-ISIG Rules of Governance with regard to legality, integrity, and consistency within itself and with the existing by-laws of the ACRM and preparing modifications in appropriate form for the membership’s input and approval. The Secretary will assist the Awards Chair in reviewing and selecting winning posters for the Measurement-ISIG’s poster awards. The Secretary shall in collaboration with the Chair-Elect oversee the Measurement-ISIG membership to ensure a minimum of 150 or more T-12 members is maintained by the ACRM National Office. In support of these duties, the Chair-Elect will serve as Measurement-ISIG liaison and a member of the ACRM Membership Committee. The Secretary will serve as a Measurement-ISIG liaison and member on an ACRM standing committee as deemed necessary and negotiated with the Chair.
The Secretary holds office for two (2) years. This position can be extended for two (2) optional two-year terms if agreed upon by the Secretary and Nominating Committee and voted upon by the Measurement-ISIG membership.
The Communications Officer will lead and appoint members to the Measurement- ISIG Knowledge Translation Committee to assist with communication using print, electronic, website, and social media. The Communications Officer will serve as editor of the Measurement- ISIG newsletter and contribute content to ACRM Enews and social media. The Communications Officer will be responsible for assuring that the content of the Measurement- ISIG newsletter is reflective of the purpose of the Measurement- ISIG and consistent with professional standards for periodical literature as well as assuring its timely distribution on a biannual basis.
The Communications Officer in coordination with the ACRM National Office will be responsible for assuring that the content of Measurement- ISIG portion of the ACRM website is up to date and reflective of the mission and activities of the Measurement- ISIG. The Communications officer may appoint a web associate editor from the Measurement- ISIG Knowledge Translation Committee members.
The Communications Officer in coordination with the ACRM National Office will also be responsible for the establishment and maintenance of communications using social media, as deemed necessary by the Measurement- ISIG membership. The Communications officer may appoint a social media associate editor from the Measurement- ISIG Knowledge Translation Committee members.
The Communications Officer in coordination with ACRM’s Communications Committee will support Measurement- ISIG Task Forces in reviewing Information/Education content for Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
The Communications Officer in coordination with the ACRM National Office will evaluate and respond to dissemination requests for Measurement- ISIG -related activities and research including determination of appropriateness of the request and facilitation/coordination. In support of this duty, the Communications Officer will serve as Measurement- ISIG liaison and member of the ACRM Communications committee.
The Communications Officer holds office for two (2) years. This position can be extended for two (2) optional two-year terms if agreed upon by the Executive Committee.