Since the one has an article, it seems fair to treat it like a (pro)noun, so it functions as a noun subject complement.
For whom you are looking is as a whole a relative clause modifying the one, so I would make it one branch from the "predicate nominative" down, so the two branches would be the one and for whom you are looking.
Then I would probably branch off whom (the relative pronoun) on the one hand and you are looking for [zero] on the other; but there is something to be said for doing for whom v. you are looking. The problem is that whom is both the object of the preposition for and the node that introduces the relative clause.
This below website uses a "silent complementiser that" for my [zero], which seems contrived (the word that is not possible in that sentence), but do with it what you will. It seems clear that you need to add a node for this [zero], whatever you call it. Perhaps look into wh-movement for English. An example of how they parse relative clauses:
http://www.ling.upenn.edu/~beatrice/syntax-textbook/ch11.html, figure 39b.