Dunedin Sub-branch Coordinator
Seeking expressions of interest for an exclusive opportunity to be part of the largest professional project management community in the world within the leading-edge Chapter New Zealand in one of our most astute sub-branches – Dunedin!
Project Management Institute of New Zealand (PMINZ) is a volunteer member-based organisation that is committed to “making better project managers”. We do this in many ways, such as professional development, mentoring, networking, and running local events.
The Dunedin sub-branch was fortunate to have a professional, dedicated volunteer over the past several years. However, due to family committments he is vacating at the end of this year. We are seeking a suitable replacement, who is proactive, organised, and people focused to continue the great work of our former volunteer. Full handover will be given so the learning curve will not be steep.
If you possess passion and purpose for making better project managers and have the core skills and capacity to commit, then we would love to hear from you!
posted 22 November 2017
Central Branch Champions
Marketing Coordinator – The Marketing Coordinator coordinates and implements marketing projects. Responsibilities include public relations, special events management, advertising, and creating awareness of the value and benefits of being a member of PMINZ Central Branch
Sponsorship Coordinator – This person is responsible for finding and developing new partnerships, and securing sponsorships, and for maintaining positive relationships with those supporters and sponsors. Excellent interpersonal communication and writing skills are key in this volunteer role.
Events Coordinator – This is a new role in the committee. We are looking for an energetic and creative person, who has proven event management experience and skills, to plan, organise and put on events. Events will include professional development workshops, supporter, social, and fundraising events.
Volunteer Coordinator – Help us to find and match people with the skills, experiences and expectations to the roles we have available.
(updated 1 December 2017)