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Volunteer at IQA

The IQA is run entirely by dedicated volunteers, who work tirelessly to improve the sport and help it grow. We are incredibly thankful for all of our wonderful volunteers, both past and present, who have contributed their time to the sport.

If you are interested in volunteering for the IQA have a look at the areas available below. Any questions regarding volunteering can be directed at

Volunteer at IQA

Manager & Junior Roles

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The Membership team's focus is on providing support and resources for our members across the world, as well as adapting the sport into accessible forms and liaising between members and the IQA.

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The IT team oversees the website and other IT assets.

IQA is built primarily in JavaScript/TypeScript using Next.js for our public website, and uses those technologies along with Prisma and GraphQL for our Referee Hub. Familiarity in these areas is necessary for some roles.

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The Events team ensures the smooth running of World Cup and Continental games as well as scouting future locations for our events.

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Translate a range of IQA resources for the community. This can include the IQA Rulebook, social media posts, website content and the Annual Report.

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Operations focuses on human resources, policy, finance, team culture and diversity and inclusion.

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The Gameplay teams run the development of referees and the rulebook.

Communications & Marketing

The Communications team manages our social media accounts, public image and branding, as well outreach.

Rules Team

Rules Team members will review and debate external and internal proposals to the 2023-24 rulebook. Additionally they will update the Casebook for the 2023-24 rules.

Rules Committee

Rules Committee members will review the proposals of the IQA Rules Team, suggest revisions to their proposals, and vote to approve or block IQA Rules Team proposals. Also, they will vote to approve or block the requests of participating NGBs for local amendments to the new rulebook.

IQA Departments

The IQA has four departments that are overseen by managers and Directors.

The Chief of Staff oversees the directors, and works with the Trustees to ensure smooth running of the organisation.


Event Bidding

This team would be focused on soliciting bids from possible host locations and NGBs. This team would be responsible for determining host city criteria and meeting with NGBs and tourism boards to ensure that the IQA has numerous options for its various events.

Tournament Hosting

This team is focused on ensuring that events run smoothly. This team would be the primary liaison with host cities and NGBs following selection and would be tasked with ensuring events run smoothly and on budget. This team would functionally take over from Event Bidding once a host is selected.

Tournament Execution

This team focuses on the sporting side of tournaments, including roster policies, volunteer recruitment and scheduling, field management.  Most work occurs in the months leading up to major tournaments and accordingly, this team will have substantial overlap with the Membership in assisting NGBs in event-planning. 


Social Media

This team would be responsible for social media and promoting the sport and the organization on social media.


This team would be responsible for translating IQA materials


This team would be responsible for producing graphics as needed by all other teams


This team would be managing everything that involves copy and blog posts, and will also be involved in projects that need a creative approach

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This team will be responsible for the rulebook and other interpretations, guidance and casebook-like resources


This team would be responsible for referee and snitch testing/certification and other areas related to the training and development of officials.

Membership Expansion

This team focuses on finding and supporting new members, and growing the sport on an international level.

Membership Resources

This team would draft publicly available resources on the playing of quidditch and other materials that can assist players, teams and NGBs in growing.

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Human Resources

This team would be responsible for recruiting volunteers and ensuring their happiness within the organization, as well preparing internal volunteer expectations, tracking performance, assisting in evaluation and preparing guidelines for volunteers


This team would be responsible for the finances of the IQA and ensuring money is spent prudently and otherwise working to maximize revenue

Information Technology

This team would be responsible for maintaining and improving IQA websites.

DEI and Accessibility

This team would be responsible for ensuring that the IQA adheres to its core values of inclusivity and accessibility in its actions and would work across departments to improve these areas.

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