ERAPPA board releases the annual report to members for the fiscal year 2016 to 2017 at ERAPPA 2017 in Washington DC.
Why do we need a member’s section?
Share best practice solutions
Search and view past Webinars
Search and view ERAPPA and chapter presentations
Discussion lists that capture the conversation for research by others later
Connect with FM professionals in our region with certain skills to be captured in our profiles
To make the start up easier for current members, you will be assigned an unique userID and password which you will be prompted to change. This information will come in an email directly to you make sure you check your spam filter on July 14, 2017 from Ogo Sense the host of the ERAPPA website.
Your profile will be setup with the following:
Initially five (5) webinars from our business partners over the last six (6) months will be loaded to search and view.
How will the member’s section grow and when?
July the conference for the past two years (ERAPPA 2016 & ERAPPA 2015) will be loaded with search tools
August your profile will be expanded and you will be asked to complete your profiles
September discussion lists will be added with ERAPPA area experts helping to kick off the discussions
October the start of the reorganization of the ERAPPA website with scholarships, job opportunities and other members only benefits moving into the members section.
At the same time we will enhance the public view outlining reasons why institutions and business partners should join ERAPPA
How will current institution members and business partners (still do not know how to deal with business partners need guidance) be able to get access to the site?
There will be a join section where current employees of member institutions will be able to request to join.
Chapter membership director will process the request.
Profile will be created and email sent with ID and password
Your name and email address will be added to benchmark ERAPPA communication email tool Benchmark for important communications
How can I get the most out of this new tool?
Participate share your skills and knowledge
Contact PD if you wish to lead a discussion/topic starting in September
Complete your profile once it has been expanded in August
Thank you for continuing to support the profession of Facilities Management Professional by participating in APPA, ERAPPA and your chapter events. The board of ERAPPA looks to create a year round networking environment that members can network with each other and business partners.
Creating a login ID and password to the ERAPPA members only section is easy just follow the following steps:
1) Navigate to the ERAPPA website and click on the Register in the top right hand side of the ERAPPA home page
2) Fill in all the fields, select your chapter pick your ID and password
3) Answer the spam check question and select Register
What happens to this information ?
A message is sent to the ERAPPA membership committee member from your chapter to approve your registration. To do this they will be confirming that your institution is a current ERAPPA member in good standing.
Once they have confirmed this and approve your registration on the email they received you will receive an email from the system confirming your registration. Return to the website and select the member log in to the left of the register button and enter your ID and password you created. Select Log In located below the password button.
If you have forgotten your username or password use the links on this page to request this information or reset your password.
If you are still having problems please contact your chapters Technology and Communication member for assistance.
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In a continuing effort to further expand our educational opportunities for facilities teams at our member schools, The ERAPPA Board of Directors is pleased to offer technical education opportunities via webinars, on topics relevant to facilities operations and management through our “Lunch and Learn Series.” We are excited about the opportunity to facilitate these ongoing programs, which are offered exclusively to ERAPPA members.
The Business Partner Committee has been charged with the development, implementation and ongoing management of the “ERAPPA Webinar Lunch and Learn Series.” Our objective is to bring new, timely, innovative and informative best practices to our institutional members throughout the year. The program kicked-off in September 2016 with bi-monthly offerings, and due to its success, has continued on a quarterly, annual schedule, with sessions in February, May, August and November. The success of the program will continue to be monitored through “live” surveys conducted at the conclusion of sessions. This allows for immediate feedback regarding the quality of our presentation so that adjustments can be made, as needed. These webinars are at no cost to our members.
How to Participate:
Sessions are currently booked through May 2018. Those who would like to present a future Webinar Lunch and Learn should complete the ERAPPA Annual Conference “Call for Papers” and respond “YES” When prompted for your interest. BP Members who partner with institutional members will be given strong consideration.
It is our goal to house a perpetual “Call for Papers” located within the Members section of our Website. This will allow for broader access for our members who wish to participate in this program, while remaining exclusive to ERAPPA. This will be a joint effort between the Business Partners Committee, Professional Development Committee and the Technology & Communications Committee over the next couple of months. We will share updates as new information regarding this process becomes available. Those who submit abstracts through this new process will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, and notified, if selected. This will also enable us to maintain a surplus of great content for future presentation opportunities.
Submit an application to present a webinar.
Webinars are organized into 4 technical tracts. They are:
· Compliance/Emergency Response
If you have an idea for a presentation that falls outside of the listed categories, please reach out for further consideration.
Current Schedule of Programs:
||“The Reality of BIM: A Case Study in Successfully Transferring O&M Data to Your Operations and Maintenance Teams.”
||Design / Construction
You may now access our archived webinar programs under the “Recorded Webinars” tab once you have logged in as a member. This is just another added benefit offered exclusively to our members.
The Rhode Island Nursing Education Center (RINEC) invites applications for the full-time position of Facilities Coordinator. The individual is responsible for oversight of the RINEC facility and coordination of facilities services within our tenant space.
The RINEC is overseen by the Rhode Island Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner. It is a shared facility between Rhode Island College School of Nursing (RIC SON) and University of Rhode Island College of Nursing (URI CON). The RINEC occupies approximately 132,000 square feet of South Street Landing. It includes shared simulation suites, skills labs, and classrooms as well as institutional faculty offices. The RINEC offers state-of-the-art learning environments for the nursing students of RIC SON & URI CON.
Required qualifications include: Bachelor’s Degree (BS/BA) and a minimum of three years’ experience in a complex administrative role, preferably in education and/or facilities and operations setting, with responsibility for procedural development.
This is an Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner position. Benefits associated with this position are provided by the Office of Postsecondary Commissioner.
This position is open until filled.
For a full job description, which includes additional responsibilities and requirements for the position and application procedures, see https://employment.ric.edu/. Candidates must apply on-line, using Rhode Island College’s PeopleAdmin Applicant Tracking system.
As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution that values and is committed to inclusion and expanding the diversity of its faculty and staff, the College invites members of protected classes, including minorities and persons with disabilities, to identify themselves as such at the time of application.