Be a Wellington Branch Champion

Wellington Branch is looking for a leader, writer, and other skilled members to join the team of champions. Wellington Champions make things happen. They use their skills, experience, knowledge, networks and contacts to contribute to initiatives that enhance members' experiences of PMINZ.

The Wellington Branch strategic plan is bulging with ideas and plans and we need some people to champion a project or a phase of a project.

Currently we are interested in hearing from people who can champion these projects:

Branch Coordinator

Are you a clear communicator?  Are you good at prioritising and goal-setting? 

We are seeking an exceptional leader for our branch 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. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Meeter and greeters for the Wellington member events 
 We'd love some more members to offer their services to go on our roster. We need two people each month to ensure members and guests are warmly welcomed and to support the smooth running of the evening. Tasks involve:
  • setting up the registration desk 
  • greeting attendees, helping them collect their name badge, or  to sign in
  • conducting the head count and counting the voting beads
  • assisting with the pack up.
This role is a a great way to get to know people and really feel part of the local branch.
 
Are you a writer? 
We are looking for a member (or members) to write regular e-newsletters for the local PMINZ members.  You can decide on the format, topics, and regularity.  And you can choose to write for members in your region, or for all four branches regions (as the Central Branch newsletter previously did). We'll help you publish them using Mailchimp to get them out in a professional-looking way.
 
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