PMINZ is a volunteer-led professional association. We have over 60 volunteers who contribute in a variety of areas. From national governance, leadership and operations, to branch and sub-branch activities, these volunteers use their skills, experience, knowledge, networks and contacts to contribute to initiatives that enhance members' experiences of PMINZ.
Wellington Branch Coordinator
- Can you provide leadership and direction for a great bunch of Wellington PMINZ Champions?
- Are you a clear communicator?
- Do you have time and energy to provide benefits for PMINZ members?
- Are you good at goal setting and prioritising?
Applicants must be a NZ Chapter member and regular attendee at branch events, and have a bit of history with PMI. We are looking for someone who has time to commit, is organised, has leadership skills, and is able to actively promote PMI to boost membership.
National Communications Lead
- Are you good with words?
- Can you write in plain-language, understand and use online writing conventions, and have excellent proof-reading, and editing skills?
We are looking for a new national Communications Lead to join the PMINZ Leadership Team.
The successful applicant will be required to form and manage a team of volunteers in order to deliver, monitor, and measure the activities outlined in the annual implementation plan. The Communications Lead is responsible for ensuring timely, high quality communications using best practice approaches are delivered through the PMINZ website, email campaigns, social media sites, promotional materials and media releases.
This is volunteer position, for a PMINZ member, will require a commitment of approximately eight hours each week.
Are you an inspiring leader?
Are you a clear communicator?
Are you good at prioritising and goal-setting?
If you possess passion and purpose for making better project managers and have the core skills and capacity to commit in any way, then we would love to hear from you.
South Island Branch Mentoring Coordinator
We expect the ideal candidate to be passionate about project management or career in learning and development and have some coaching and mentoring skills. Effective communication skills, time and event management experience are a must.
You should be comfortable with establishing the first contact and set the relationship with a wide range of people as well as discover their needs and goals. The knowledge of PMI credentials and professional development units might be your winning advantage.
What you can gain:
• great hands-on experience
• something special to add to your CV
• exposure to professionals contributing to PMINZ
• insights from leaders in the project management field
• involvement in PMINZ as a volunteer.