The current term for the Northern Area Director comes to an end on June 30th, 2020. Region VI leadership is now accepting nominations for this very important senior leadership position.
Review the job description here.
Holding a leadership position within the American Society of Safety Professionals gives you the opportunity to influence the Society’s direction and the safety profession’s future.
Get Elected, Develop as a Leader
Leadership opportunities within your organization may be limited — which can slow your career growth and advancement. However, ASSP provides alternative leadership avenues for members, who then benefit from a vast professional network, leadership training opportunities, and access to insights on the latest safety trends and innovations. This can position you for new responsibilities at work and create new opportunities for career growth.
Elected Leadership Positions
Often, getting involved at ASSP simply requires raising your hand and volunteering. Other times, it requires being elected by your peers. ASSP members must be elected to serve in the following leadership positions.
To be eligible, you must be a professional member in good standing with ASSP and cannot concurrently hold other elected Society offices. Each candidate should also possess several “overarching qualifications” — clearly defined in Society Operating Guidelines, section 6.33, Criteria for Candidates for Society Office. Qualifications required of candidates include:
- Involvement in ASSP initiatives on a council, committee or task force
- Ability to motivate others, and organize and accomplish projects
- Supportive of ASSP’s mission, objectives and strategic plan