Volunteers are the foundation that keeps IIBA®
As an IIBA volunteer you will make great professional contacts, expand your knowledge and develop your leadership skills.
Serving as a volunteer of IIBA will give you an opportunity to actively participate in the profession of Business Analysis, and to contribute to the development and future growth of this rapidly growing international organization.
Additionally,volunteer hours can be used for Certification of Competency in Business Analysis™ (CCBA®) or Certified Business Analysis Professional™ (CBAP®) re-certification.
Please note that as a volunteer you must meet the following requirements:
You are a current member of IIBA
You are willing and able to devote time required to complete the initiative
You have access to email, the internet, and a word processing program (compatible with Microsoft Word)
You are willing and able to attend committee meetings, as scheduled, via conference call or in person
You are willing to listen to the opinions and ideas of others, to share your own ideas and opinions, and to contribute to the work groups in an effort to reach consensus, as required
Must sign the IIBA Volunteer Agreement
The IIBA Copyright Agreement and IIBA Publication Agreement must be signed by volunteers who contribute or edit content
Volunteer Agreements are to be renewed every three years
Review IIBA Policies and Expectations for Volunteers
Complete the online application
Available volunteer positions within IIBA will be posted as they become available.
Volunteer Positions Available
Volunteer Chapter Network - Secretary
We are seeking a secretary for the Volunteer Chapter Network (VCN) to advocate for IIBA Chapter needs through participation in the monthly meetings and other duties as assigned.
This role will have an active voice to advocate for Chapter needs and will provide administrative support to the VP-Volunteer Chapter Network and DVP – Volunteer Chapter Network where needed.
Do you have an idea for a paper that can provide practical advice to other members?
Would you like to gain professional feedback from a panel of your peers?
Would you like your ideas to become part of the IIBA knowledge base as supporting knowledge to the BABOK® Guide
and its extensions?
IIBA is calling for:
short summaries of practical advice (Quick Tips) for BA practitioners
proposals for articles to include in the Best Practices for Better Business Analysis peer reviewed journal series
For more information on this volunteer opportunity and how to apply, click here