Current and forthcoming Intergroup vacancies can be found here.

No society can function well without able leadership in all its levels, and AA can be no exception.

Good leadership originates plans, policies, and ideas for the improvement of our Fellowship and its services.

Leadership in AA: Ever a vital need, by Bill W.

The aims of an intergroup are to aid the constituent groups in their common purpose of carrying the AA message to the still suffering alcoholic and, by using their combined strength and unity, to improve and maintain good relations with all organisations in the community.

An intergroup should appoint a chair, vice chair, secretary, treasurer and members with other responsibilities as its officers. These officers should have an established period of sobriety, ideally not less than two years. It is recommended that they should serve for not less than two years and not more than three years.

The Intergroup: AA Structure Handbook for Great Britain

Our Twelfth Step – carrying the message – is the basic service that the AA Fellowship gives; this is our principal aim and the main reason for our existence. Therefore, AA is more than a set of principles; it is a society of alcoholics in action. We must carry the message, else we ourselves can wither and those who haven’t been given the truth may die.

Hence, an AA service is anything whatever that helps us to reach a fellow sufferer – ranging all the way from the Twelfth Step itself to a ten-cent phone call and a cup of coffee, and to AA’s General Service Office for national and international action. The sum total of all these
services is our Third Legacy of Service.

AA’s Legacy of Service by Bill W. (1951)
Vacancies: Love and Service