Call for Persons Interested in Serving as NAHRO’s Examination Boards Chair

Call for Persons Interested in Serving as NAHRO’s Examination Boards Chair.

The NAHRO Examination Boards Chair, who reports to NAHRO’s Board of Ethics and Credentialing Trustees (BECT), assures that the various NAHRO Certification Examination Boards are staffed appropriately and that their work of creating and maintaining NAHRO’s Certification Exams progresses in a timely manner and in accordance to accreditation standards.  He/she is responsible for monitoring Assessment Boards activities, interfacing with the NAHRO Certification staff and consulting experts and psychometricians, as needed, and providing reports to the BECT at their in-person meetings (currently NAHRO’s Washington, Summer, and National conferences).  Full qualifications and position description are at www.nahro.org/certification.  Interested persons should send a letter of interest, resume, and qualifications via email to the BECT Secretary and staff liaison, Blake Pavlik, by email at bpavlik@nahro.org.  The candidate shall submit three references with their letter of interest and resume.

General Requirements: The preferred candidate should have a minimum of 5 years of experience as a Professional Development Committee Member, BECT Trustee, other NAHRO Committee Member, Examination Board Member or Faculty (or combination of the aforementioned).  Preference will be offered to a person having achieved the Certified Management Executive (CME), and if none has applied, to a person having achieved the Certified Manager of Property Operations (CMPO) or Certified Manager of Voucher Operations (CMVO).

The preferred candidate should have experience in leadership of committees, sub-committees, task forces, state or regional chapters or some comparable entity where coordination and leadership skills were required.  The candidate should have comprehensive knowledge of the NAHRO Professional Development programs and the steps necessary for accreditation.

Length of Term: The Chair will serve a four-year term (with possible renewal).