Volunteering to serve on an IRP standing committee is an invaluable opportunity for you to join forces with your fellow IRP peers to affect positive change in the IRP community. Read why current volunteers participate.
Read the IRP Committee Member Position Description.
Current openings for volunteers starting in 2017 are:
Dispute Resolution Committee
Requirements: At least two years experience in the IRP community and knowledge of the provisions of the Plan.
Note: Committee members are expected to attend the IRP Annual Meeting where this committee meets each year. Funded travel for jurisdiction members has been included in the budget for 2017.
- Parliamentarian - Volunteer forms due Jan. 16, 2017
- Region I-US - Volunteer forms due Jan. 16, 2017
Peer Review Committee
Requirements: At least two years of IRP experience. Knowledge of the International Registration Plan and Audit Procedures Manual. Ability to travel an average of three times per year (2-4 days each trip).
Note: In 2016, the budget allows funded travel to attend the IRP Annual Meeting where this committee will have an in-person meeting. Funded travel for jurisdiction members has been included in the budget for 2017.
Submit a volunteer form to IRP.
See a list of the IRP regions.
Please complete the Industry IRP Committee Interest Form by to be considered. Appointments of industry members are done by the IRP, Inc. Board Chair, in consultation with the Industry Advisory Committee. This form will facilitate this process.
Note for Current Committee Members
IRP seeks to maximize the number of people involved with IRP committees, and also minimize burning out of current volunteers. Therefore volunteers ideally serve on only one committee at a time. If you are interested in a new opening on another committee, if you are appointed, you may need to step down from your current committee position.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers are being sought for the following:
Thank you to the current IRP committee members’ invaluable contributions. We sincerely appreciate the generous sharing of your time and expertise.
Questions? Contact Claudia Trapp.