Job Description (PMAP)

The Apprenticeship program is currently in need to fill 2 volunteer positions to run the upcoming PMAP intake for 2018-2019. The positions are open to working professionals, recent graduates and students with a passion in Project Management and willing to take on the challenge. 

Qualifications

Education

  • A PMP is not required
  • Must be a Member in good standing in the PMI CWCC

Experience and Skills

  • Prior relevant experience is not required, although would be helpful to have experience with other mentorship programs

Director Apprenticeship Programs (students) should have

  • Solid network of Academic Institutions in the Lower Mainland is a bonus but not a prerequisite. 
  • The candidate should be eager and available to reach out to academic institutions to advertise the program.
  • Expected to know the CAPM application process and support students enrolling into exam and post-exam support such as fee reimbursements.
  • Candidate must be comfortable with presenting the PMAP program details to large audiences

Director Apprenticeship Programs (students) responsibilities:

  1. Reach out to Academic Institutions regarding the PMAP intake 2018-2019
  2. Market the PMAP program across academic industry 
  3. Be the focal point for Academic Institutions on the PMAP program 
  4. Recruit students for PMAP intake 2018-2019
  5. Distribute PMAP students across CWCC portfolios
  6. Resolve issues that students may have with CWCC on allocations and transfers, etc 

 Rewards

  • All privileges and benefits applicable to Chapter Volunteers
  • For PMPs the ability to earn PDUs for time spent on performing volunteer work

Time Commitment

  • During active phase 10-15 hours a month, time investment will decrease to 5-7 hours after completion of students’ enrolment
  • Must be available to answer emails on a regular basis
  • Must be available to visit Academic Institutions to advertise PMAP program (Director Apprenticeship Programs (students))
  • Minimum commitment of 2 years (2018-2019)

How to apply

Please submit a Volunteer Contact Form and your resume to:
Liaison@pmi.bc.ca and manager.volunteerinquiries@pmi.bc.ca

Job Description (PMAP)

The Apprenticeship program is currently in need to fill 2 volunteer positions to run the upcoming PMAP intake for 2018-2019. The positions are open to working professionals, recent graduates and students with a passion in Project Management and willing to take on the challenge. 

Qualifications

Education

  • A PMP is not required
  • Must be a Member in good standing in the PMI CWCC

Experience and Skills

  • Prior relevant experience is not required, although would be helpful to have experience with other mentorship programs

Director Apprenticeship Program (mentors) should have:

  • Strong attention to detail
  • Exceptional communication skills and ability to think out of the box
  • Strong interpersonal skills

Director Apprenticeship Program (mentors) responsibilities:

  1. Recruit mentors for the program
  2. Distribute mentorship documentation (mentorship hours tracking sheets) 
  3. Match mentors to students (applicable matching process is to be determined)
  4. Issue PDUs to mentors every 6 months
  5. Follow up with mentors on progress and address any concerns 
  6. Host / Attend any mentor related networking events
  7. Facilitate feedback from mentors on the program

Rewards

  • All privileges and benefits applicable to Chapter Volunteers
  • For PMPs the ability to earn PDUs for time spent on performing volunteer work

Time Commitment

  • During active phase 10-15 hours a month, time investment will decrease to 5-7 hours after completion of students’ enrolment
  • Must be available to answer emails on a regular basis
  • Must be available to visit Academic Institutions to advertise PMAP program (Director Apprenticeship Programs (students))
  • Minimum commitment of 2 years (2018-2019)

How to apply

Please submit a Volunteer Contact Form and your resume to:
Liaison@pmi.bc.ca and cc to manager.volunteerinquiries@pmi.bc.ca

 Overview

The Technology Team is seeking three additional volunteers to help the Chapter “push” certain time-sensitive information via email in an eBlast. The eBlast Publishers form a self-organizing dynamic team in which one team member takes the end-to-end responsibility for formatting and publishing an eBlast, while the other team members provide proof-reading support. Every Publisher has the opportunity to take on the end-to-end role.

Volunteering as an EBlast Publisher will build strong networking relationships and result in documentable career-enhancing achievements. Positions are open to any Chapter Member who is a team player. All eBlast Publishers report to the Director of Technology.

 

Responsibilities

  • Format content, resize graphics, and edit articles to produce a correct and well-presented eBlast
  • Proof-read to ensure that the presentation of an eBlast is best-in-class
  • Work together but remotely with the fellow eBlast publishers to publish an eBlast according to its deadline
  • Build and maintain a strong working relationship with other volunteers, in particular those of the Marketing Portfolio
  • Make recommendations to improve the quality of eBlasts and the effectiveness of team work
  • Identify and recommend industry best practices in facilitating the Chapter's communication and operation.

 

Qualifications

Education

  • A PMP is not required
  • Must be a Member in good standing in the PMI CWCC

Experience and Skills

  • Prior relevant experience is not required

Must have:

  • Familiarity with email concepts - email formats, differences between browsers
  • Exceptional fluency in spoken and written English, especially spelling and punctuation
  • Extremely strong attention to detail

A distinctive advantage to have:

  • Demonstrated ability to use email publishing tools such as Vertical Response, MailChimp or Salesforce
  • Working knowledge of HTML

Nice to have:

  • Experience in creating and editing content for a variety of communications channels, including media, website, email, and social media
  • Knowledge of social media, web strategy and other emerging communications platforms
  • Knowledge of web writing, search engine optimization and content management systems

 

Rewards

  • All privileges and benefits applicable to Chapter Volunteers
  • For PMPs the ability to earn PDUs for time spent on performing volunteer work

 

Time Commitment

  • Approximately 6-10 hours per month on a consistent basis
  • Must be available to work remotely with the team in the evening of Thursdays
  • Minimum commitment of one year

 

How to apply

Please submit a Volunteer Contact Form and your resume to:
Manager, Inquiries & Opportunities, Amrik Singh

Opportunity Overview

The Outreach portfolio is currently in need of a PMP and CWCC/PMI enthusiast with a solid network of Academic Institutions connections in the Lower Mainland and a strong track record in business development, marketing, and sales.

Opportunity Description

CWCC’s Outreach portfolio is responsible for the planning, execution, and monitoring of several programs that connect members to local organizations providing project, program or portfolio management related services and products. The Outreach portfolio proactively builds partnerships with sponsors and advertisers, other non-profit professional associations, and industries interested in project, program and portfolio management professionals, courses, and events or who offer PPM services.

Responsibilities:

  • Proactively build partnerships with academic institutions
  • Monitor, report, and make recommendations to the VP, Outreach to maximize partnership opportunities.
  • Develop, plan, execute, monitor and control partnership opportunities; including assistance in completing sponsorship agreements forAcademic Institutions.
  • Work independently and collaboratively with fellow Outreach team members and other CWCC Portfolios to deliver sponsorship and advertising features for sponsors from the Academic Institutions as per sponsorship agreements
  •  As the “Account Manager” ensure continuous services are provided to sponsors from the Academic Institutions as per sponsorship agreements
  • Manage or be part of the CWCC PMI booth team at local conferences or events on an as needed basis. 
  • Plan and execute academic events or assist other portfolios as they deliver member events on an as needed basis. 
  • Must strictly adhere to CWCC and PMI Professional Codes of Conduct and values.

Qualifications:

Education

  • Undergraduate degree from a recognized university (Masters and/or MBA is a plus).
  • PMP Certified, a current member of PMI and CWCC and a PMP in “good standing”.
  • Fluent in English.

Experience

  • At least 3 years in the academic or education field business development, marketing or sales particularly around sponsorship.
  • At least 5 years project/program management experience.
  • Over the years has built a solid and reputable network of business connections with large, medium and small educational institutions in the Lower Mainland.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively, as well as lead and manage a team.

Skills

  • Thrives under pressure and tight deadlines.
  • Good IT skills.
  • Ability to effectively prepare and dynamically present information to various groups.
  • Ability to promote the Chapter’s services and work with other portfolios to deliver Outreach services.
  • Is a good ambassador for the Chapter.
  • Networking and relationship building.
  • Has initiative, is resourceful, a self –starter.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills.

Rewards

  • All privileges and benefits applicable to Chapter Volunteers.

Time Commitment

  • Approximately 5-12 hours per month.

How to apply

Contact

To apply to any postings, email our Manager of Volunteer Inquiries, Amrik Singh