Open Board Positions

The BNHRA is looking for driven Board Members, who would like to make a difference in the HR Community, starting in July 2019 for a 2 year term! 

Are you looking for ways to become involved in the HR Community?  Are you motivated to make a difference? Do you enjoy collaboration with a great team?  Check out the current Board Positions available and contact the President to learn more!

Workforce Readiness Director

Monitors and evaluates on a continuing basis local activities concerning workforce readiness issues to plan and encourage chapter involvement and activities impacting the workforce readiness arena. Presents a report to chapter board and members on workforce readiness developments, issues, and/or initiatives.


  • Serves as a voting member of the Chapter Board of Directors and is expected to attend and participate in all meetings of the Board.
  • Serves as advocate for workforce readiness for the Chapter and in coordinating programs and other chapter activities on workforce readiness.
  • Identifies and evaluates issues which impact workforce readiness and develop goals for Chapter strategy.
  • Provides reports on issues to Chapter board members and serves as advocate at Chapter activities for workforce readiness programs.
  • Serves as a resource for Chapter on workforce readiness issues and provides leadership to the chapters on these issues.
  • Monitors local activities concerning workforce readiness, workforce investment authorization, welfare-to-work, and education partnerships. .
  • Works with the SHRM staff liaison on workforce readiness issues.
  • Develops and supports programs, workshops and seminars which address workforce readiness initiatives and issues.
  • Staffs Workforce Readiness Committee
  • Provides special recognition for chapter members and programs that provide betterment of the workforce.
  • Responds to any other requirements of the state council director and SHRM staff liaison for workforce readiness.
  • Participates in the development and implementation of short-term and long-term strategy planning for the chapter.
  • Participates in the development of the annual Certification budget.
  • Represents the chapter in the Human Resources community.
  • Attends membership and Board of Directors meetings.


  • Must be a BNHRA member in good standing. SHRM membership highly desirable.
  • Serves a two-year term beginning the first day of July and ending the last day of June.