Become a Volunteer

Volunteer positions are filled through an application process.
Upon submitting your application you will contacted by the Volunteer Coordinator to ensure that there is a match between yourself and the role.

All Volunteers are expected to act in accordance with the Chapter vision, mission, principles, values and strategies.
Find these documents here:  https://calgary.iiba.org/bylaws-and-chapter-governance
All Volunteers must be Members in good standing * and have signed a current Confidentiality Agreement.

Current Open Volunteer Positions
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Study Group Leaders Needed for BABOK or AGILE Study Group Sessions

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Are you looking to add to your Continuing Development Units? Then why not join us a Volunteer Study Group Leader?
  • Study Group Material for the sessions is provided by IIBA
  • This position reports in to the Study Group Coordinator and/or Director of Education
  • Sessions typically are held on one evening per week for 3 hours for a total of 12 weeks
  • Due to current circumstances these sessions will be held online via Google Meet
 
Director of Communications
The Director of Communications is responsible for managing all Chapter communication streams, including the advertising of Chapter events and promotion of the Chapter in general.

The Director of Communications is accountable for the following activities, however responsibility for completion of these activities may be delegated to others where appropriate:

  • Develop and execute a communication (marketing/branding) strategy for the Chapter
  • Define sponsorship packages in collaboration with the Vice President
  • Provide oversight and review of all external communications prepared by each Director, Volunteer, or Committee
  • Manage the setup and communications for event registrations in collaboration with the Director of Events
  • Lead the development and distribution of Chapter newsletters and social media
  • Manage the Chapter website
  • Direct the activities of the Communications Coordinator and Webmaster

To serve as Director of Communications for the Chapter, the elected individual must possess a verifiable background in marketing/communications/change management.

Academic Outreach
This position reports to the Director of Education.
Academic Outreach is responsible for the following activities:
  • Develop and execute an annual academic outreach plan
  • Assist the Director of Education in engaging and retaining academic relationships on behalf of the Chapter
  • Coordinate with educational institutions and providers to offer support for students of business analysis
  • Evaluate opportunities for presentations, speaking engagement, and networking activities that will increase Chapter visibility and accessibililty to students of business analysis
  • Manage petty cash for the Chapter
  • Create journal entries for accounts payable and receivable
  • Perform bank account reconciliations
  • Provide transactional input to financial statements and reporting processes
 

Bookkeeper
This position reports to the Treasurer.
The Bookkeeper is responsible for the following activities:

  • Maintain and update the annual Chapter budget
  • Manage petty cash for the Chapter
  • Create journal entries for accounts payable and receivable
  • Perform bank account reconciliations
  • Provide transactional input to financial statements and reporting processes
Note:  To serve as Bookkeeper, the individual must understand the principles (GAAP) of how to accurately maintain financial records
 

Please send an email to volunteer@calgary.iiba.org to apply for any of the above noted positions.
Be sure to enclose a recent copy of your Resume and specify which position you are applying for.

* An indiviual who has paid their current annual dues to International Institute of Business Analysis™ (IIBA®)