CMCA Job Analysis Survey

An invitation to participate in a new CMCA Job Analysis Survey was recently forwarded to a broad range of individuals active in the professional community association management field.   The Job Analysis Survey, conducted about every five years, asks survey respondents to evaluate the importance of a broad range of tasks and knowledge areas important to the successful job performance of a working professional community association manager.  The results of the survey are used to build the CMCA examination blueprint, assuring that the exam reflects the current job responsibilities of a professional manager.  The survey results help assure that the CMCA examination is testing what it should be testing.

Invitations to participate in the survey were forwarded earlier this summer from Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO), CAMICB’s test development partner.  The survey is scheduled to close in mid-September.  If you have received a survey invitation your participation in the survey is strongly encouraged: a strong Job Analysis Survey is key to maintaining the strength and integrity of the CMCA examination.   Active CMCAs who complete the Job Analysis Survey will receive two hours of continuing education credit toward CMCA recertification.

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