Resources & Opportunities
The robust Austin high-tech economy has become a magnet for the attraction of project management-related (PM-related) employers and jobs. In less than a year, the number of advertised PM-related jobs has increased by several hundred percent.1
Austin PMI (PMIA) chapter has developed and is offering a service to the greater-Austin community by presenting PMIA members with a tool designed to help project personnel identify project-related jobs and employment opportunities that may be attractive to PMIA members.
PMI 4.0 - A Growth Strategy to Address the PM needs of Changemakers
Concurrently, PMI Global is implementing an expansion program – PMI 4.0.
This members’ tool (R&O) is related to these key initiatives:
- Expanded communities, targeted engagement
- Integrated Social Benefit
- Coalition of Associations
- B2B Advocacy, B2C enablement
PMIA has approximately 3,000 members. Every member is a potential resource. Further, PMIA is pursuing an aggressive promotion program to add PMI members from around the world. Future members are reasonably expected to have Project Management-related experience and credentials.
This R&O tool is free to all PMIA members. Members simply enter through the portal (click here) to access R&O data and information.
Jobs (employment, contract, consulting assignments, etc.) that are available to PMIA members are the opportunities. The focus or target is on project-related opportunities. Organizations interested in becoming sponsors should contact PMIA at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored Opportunities and Sources
This section of the R&O page is available to organizations that wish to highlight offered jobs. As the R&O implementation proceeds, sponsors will be highlighted here. Links to the sponsors’ listings will be after/behind the member portal.
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For details, PMIA members may access this information through the member portal click here.
1 PMIA data compiled from public domain sources. Details available upon request.
2 Data is public domain from approximately five recruiter / agency sources: CareerBuilder, Indeed, Glassdoor, LinkedIn and Dice. From time to time, other public domain sources may be added. Details regarding the specific source and search methodology are at the Member’s page: https://pmiaustin.org/resources-and-opportunities-members-page
Special Interest Groups (SIG's)
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