PMI New Zealand Chapter

Volunteer vacancies

Current PMINZ volunteer vacancies

The Project Management Institute New Zealand is one of the leading-edge chapters of the Project Management Institute (PMI), embracing a continuous improvement philosophy the organisation has experienced a lot of change. 


Policy Analyst/Writer      

Policies and procedures are essential in any organisation.  They provide the boundaries and rules of the game so everyone in the organisation knows what’s expected.  They help everyone get on with what’s important by setting guidelines for decision making and helping everyone stay compliant with by-laws and regulations.  And they create fairness, an even playing field for all to operate within.

We’re looking for two or three enthusiastic volunteers to help the VP Governance review this year’s priority policies. Whether you already have well-honed analysis and writing skills, or whether you’re at the beginning of your career and would like to develop these skills, we’re keen to hear from you.   

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Expression of Interest for volunteers of the Academic Outreach Portfolio 

The Academic outreach and research portfolio is a newly created function in PMINZ which looks after engagement with academic institutions, research companies and non profit organisations to  help increase awareness on project management and PMI NZ in New Zealand. Some of the focus areas are as follows:

  • Organising events with academic institutions (e.g. workshops, seminars, information sessions on project management)
  • Engagement with non profit organisations to help increase awareness on project management principles and practical applications of the PM tools/techniques
  • Engagement with Project Management Institute Education Foundation (scholarship, events and community development)

Please complete the volunteer application form


Mentoring Coordinators

Mentoring Coordinators engage at a local level with the mentors and mentees, providing information and gathering feedback on the progress and the regional programme. 

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 essential. 

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Are you an inspiring leader?

Are you a clear communicator?

Are you good at prioritising and goal-setting? 

We are seeking four exceptional leaders for our branches in Christchurch and Nelson to provide leadership and direction, coordinate the activities in those regions, and lead the great team of volunteers.

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.

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