AuSAE Jobs Board

Welcome to the AUSAE Jobs Board. Please read below for instructions on adding your organisation's vacancy to the AuSAE Jobs Board.

AuSAE Member Job Listings: 
AuSAE Members are able to list their vacancies free of charge on the AuSAE Job Board. Simply login to the website to post a job yourself or email info@ausae.org.au and we will happily post for you. 

Non-Member Job Listings:  
Other not-for-profit organisations can post vacancies for the small cost of $120 for a 30 day listing. To post simply click here to pay for the listing and the AuSAE team will post your job within 24hrs of receiving your listing. All jobs listed here will be featured in the AuSAE monthly newsletter 'Insider' distributed to 10,000 Association Professionals.

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  • 13 Sep 2017 10:12 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Hockey SA is the peak body for the sport of hockey in South Australia. Hockey SA's mission is to grow the sport of hockey through excellence on and off the field and to work pro-actively with all involved in the game. Hockey SA is located at the State Hockey Centre, "The Pines" but operates throughout South Australia for the benefit of its members (metropolitan hockey clubs and regional hockey associations).

    Chief Executive Officer

    Hockey SA is seeking to appoint a visionary CEO for our leading sporting organisation and member-based association. The CEO reports directly to the Board of Directors, the President and various Board Committees.

    The CEO is accountable for leading, implementing and achieving the strategic and operational objectives of the organisation, as well as being responsible for organisational culture and day-to-day activities of the South Australian office. The successful candidate will have:

    • Professional experience in a leadership role;
    • Ability and experience successfully developing and implementing strategic, operational and financial plans;
    • Ability to identify business efficiencies to maximise revenue opportunities across Hockey SA assets and facilities for the benefit of its members;
    • Capability to formulate, articulate and implement plans that achieve both 'excellence' and 'participation' in hockey;
    • Ability to develop successful relationships across Federal and State Governments together with commercial sectors;
    • Develop, foster and manage relationships with members and key stakeholders to create impact and value;
    • Demonstrated commercial and business acumen; and
    • A successful track record building a sound financial base by engaging with key stakeholders, business entities and funding bodies.

    We are seeking demonstrated success in a sporting organisation, non-for profit, the professions or commerce with the ability to lead a dedicated team of employees and volunteers, focused on results for the hockey community. You will hold a tertiary qualification in Business, Marketing or Management or commensurate experience. Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) or National Police Certificate required. Intra and/or Interstate travel and work outside of core business hours will be required.

    You will have fantastic initiative, an enthusiastic and professional outlook and uncompromising commitment to members and the hockey community.

    Closing date for applications is COB Friday 29th September.

    Confidential enquiries can be made by phoning 0418 840 261. Applications can be addressed to James Blackburn, Hockey SA President. Please click APPLY to forward your cover letter and resume.

  • 12 Sep 2017 11:10 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    • Manage end to end marketing & communications campaigns for a growing national association.
    • Dynamic and Diverse role with Engagement & Development focus. 
    • Small Team – Melbourne Based with travel.
    • $65,000 package including superannuation ( Pro-rata).
    • North Melbourne based – close to public transport.

    About the organisation

    The Australian College of Nurse Practitioners (ACNP) is the national peak body for nurse practitioners and advanced practice nurses in Australia. The ACNP is active in advancing nursing practice and improving access to health care. This is achieved through: leadership, support of professional practice, education and research.

    Our Vision

    Nurse Practitioners: providing solutions to accessible health care.

    Our Purpose

    To empower nurse practitioners to lead consumer focused, quality health care.

    The Role

    Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Marketing and Communications Coordinator will work closely with the business, executive, members and partners to raise the profile of the profession and the college. This role has a strong focus on stakeholder engagement as well as identifying and leveraging commercial growth opportunities.

    You will lead marketing and communications campaigns end to end across digital and traditional channels that drive and successfully achieve member, delegate, exhibitor, sponsor and partner targets. You will maintain high engagement whilst also ensuring all content, including stories, images and advertisements, are created in a timely manner.

    An accomplished writer, you will develop, manage and drive all content across social media, websites and publications. You will also be experienced in writing and distributing media releases and position statements that support activities and initiatives of the College.

    Skills and experience

    • We are looking for a self starter who is goal oriented.
    • Experience leading end to end marketing campaigns.
    • Advanced written and verbal communication skills.
    • Attention to detail.
    • Ability to work autonomously using initiative and tenacity.
    • Be able to build relationships via phone, email and in person.

    Ready for your next exciting opportunity?

    This role is offered part time .06 on a $65,000 salary package including superannuation and is located in North Melbourne.

    This fraction traditionally worked across 3 days, there is also flexibility for this role to also support school friendly hours ie 9am-3.30pm across a 4-day week.

    Naturally, at times you will need to work outside normal business hours and travel interstate to deliver high quality events!!, these will be planned for and communicated in advance.

    IMPORTANT: Please submit your application via seek. Noting: only applications having completed questions highlighted in advertisement when submitting online will be considered.

    Click here to apply

    No recruitment agencies please.

    Position enquiries may be directed to Janine Whitling, Business Administration Manager at janine.whitling@acnp.org.au.

  • 12 Sep 2017 10:49 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    • National professional peak body
    • End to end event coordination of conferences, events, exhibitions and educational programs
    • Dynamic and diverse role with relationship and development focus
    • $60,000 package including superannuation ( Pro-rata)
    • North Melbourne based – close to public transport

    About the organisation

    The Australian College of Nurse Practitioners (ACNP) is the national peak body for nurse practitioners and advanced practice nurses in Australia. The ACNP is active in advancing nursing practice and improving access to health care. This is achieved through: leadership, support of professional practice, education and research.

    Our Vision

    Nurse Practitioners: providing solutions to accessible health care.

    Our Purpose

    To empower nurse practitioners to lead consumer focused, quality health care.

    The Role

    Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer your role will be to coordinate and promote all aspects of our events and training calendar - including speakers and presentations, food and beverage, audio visual, attendee registrations and sponsor liaison. You will also be responsible for developing marketing collateral, arranging signage and displays, run sheets, budgetary reconciliations and operational project plans.

    Our high-profile events are a vital component to our commercial success. These vary from conferences, events, awards and gala dinners, exhibitions and training programs and workshops that are delivered nationally. This role also works with state chapters to coordinate and manage chapter activities.

    This role plays a key role also in managing exhibitors, partners and sponsors delivering on their benefits, as well as seeking out and converting potential leads.

    Your Background

    You will have at least 3+ years' event management experience, ideally with a background in coordinating large events (300+ people) and in delivering events which generate revenue.

    Importantly, you'll need to demonstrate strong client service focus, innovative thinking, exceptional organisational skills with the ability to think quickly and work to strict deadlines. You will exhibit well-developed written and verbal communication skills, the confidence to deal directly with people of all levels, plus a positive 'can-do' work attitude - ready to take on challenges!

    A flair for marketing as well as advanced skills in the Microsoft Office suite (including Powerpoint) and Adobe InDesign program is advantages. Knowledge of Xero platform would also be highly regarded, however not essential.

    Ready for your next exciting opportunity?

    This role is offered part time .08 on a $60,000 salary package including superannuation and is located in North Melbourne.

    This fraction traditionally works across 4 days, however there is flexibility for this role to also support school friendly hours ie 9am-3.30pm across a five-day week.

    Naturally, at times you will need to work outside normal business hours and travel interstate to deliver high quality events!!, these will be planned for and communicated in advance.

    IMPORTANT: Please submit your application via seek.

    Noting: only applications having completed questions highlighted in advertisement when submitting online will be considered.

    Click here to apply

    No recruitment agencies please.

    Position enquiries may be directed to Janine Whitling, Business Administration Manager at janine.whitling@acnp.org.au

  • 06 Sep 2017 10:04 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    About NZAS

    The New Zealand Audiological Society actively promotes excellence in hearing care for all New Zealanders through leadership, advocacy and setting professional standards of practice for all members

    The New Zealand Audiological Society was incorporated in 1976 and is a self-governing body representing over 500 Audiologist, Audiometrist and provisional members in New Zealand. Society members work in public and private sector audiology, as well as in University programmes, Deaf Education Centres, Cochlear Implant Trusts, and research in the field of Audiology.

    NZAS members adhere to agreed Standards of Practice issued by the Society and are required to maintain their proficiency through continuing education and regular peer reviews. Members are also required to uphold the Society’s Code of Ethics.

    About the Complaints Board

    The Complaints Board is tasked with investigating complaints (or initiating its own investigations) regarding possible breaches of the Code of Ethics. The Board functions independently of the NZAS. Impartial and competent membership of the Complaints Board goes to the heart of providing confidence to consumers that the NZAS is a professional, consumer-focused body.

    The Complaints Board consists of a lawyer, a consumer/lay representative, and two members of the NZAS.

    The Complaints Board is seeking expression of interest for the consumer/lay representative position on the Board.

    Criteria for appointment

    The successful applicant should:

    • Have knowledge of, experience and an interest in ethics;
    • Be willing to undertake and manage investigations;
    • Be able to consider and decide on complaints impartially;
    • Understand the need to maintain confidentiality;
    • Be able to follow the rules of complaints processes and natural justice obligations;
    • Have an understanding of consumer rights and obligations;
    • Be independent from the audiological industry.
    • It would be desirable if the applicant has undertaken some formal ethics training;

    Knowledge of the Audiological industry is not required.

    Time Commitment

    The successful applicant will be required to:

    • Participate in telephone conferences and email exchanges in a timely manner, to carry out Complaints Board business;
    • Undertake investigations (the Complaints Board presently undertakes 2-3 investigations a year).

    Honorarium

    The successful applicant will receive a small honorarium for their time and participation on the Complaints Board. If incurred, other associated costs, such as travel, will be met by the NZAS.

    For further information about the Complaints Board: https://www.audiology.org.nz/code-of-ethics.aspx

    Applications are to be made to:

    Helen Sullivan NZAS Executive Director, Email: executivedirector@audiology.org.nz

    Applications must be received by Friday 22nd September. In your application, please provide details of your experience, addressing all points in the criteria above, including any conflicts of interest that you may have or may arise.

  • 04 Sep 2017 2:41 PM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)

    Program Manager to run the Aerial Application Association of Australia's (AAAA) national accreditation programs including AIMS and Spraysafe. Develop and manage safety & best practice programs.

    • Great opportunity for satisfying work in a small dedicated team
    • Help a member-based association representing an innovative aviation industry
    • Diverse work across Australia in aviation, agriculture and firefighting.

    Our program manager plays a key role, with the CEO, in delivering membership services and representation across diverse areas including aviation, agricultural chemicals, safety and firefighting.

    The position is Canberra-based although regular travel to regional Australia is required.

    Established programs continue to evolve and new ideas and partnerships are a part of our commitment to continuous improvement - along with the systems that provide value to our members.

    If you understand and can communicate practical risk management, enjoy interacting with people and have skills in aviation or agriculture, then this is a unique position.

    We are looking for a person with a strong work ethic and sound self-management skills. A strong communicator with good writing and presentation / training skills is preferred. Experience in program management and working with a diverse range of stakeholders would be an advantage.

    Attitude is critical as you will be working as part of a small but highly skilled team. Our culture is outcome-focused on delivering value for our members and we value honesty, professionalism and cooperation.

    A full duty statement and selection criteria is available from the AAAA office, or call Phil Hurst, CEO, to discuss the position on 02 6241 2100.

  • 30 Aug 2017 10:23 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)
    • Sydney CBD location
    • Established and respected organisation
    • Competitive salary

    We seek an excellent leader with a track record in strategic policy and legislative environments, to lead a specialist team to research, develop and implement policies and strategies which influence policy outcomes for local government in NSW.

    The organisation

    Local Government NSW (LGNSW) is the peak body for local government in NSW, representing councils and related member organisations. With a proud 100+ year history, LGNSW develops an effective community-based system of local government in NSW; advocates on behalf of members to influence policy directions of State and Commonwealth Governments and provides a range of services including, industrial relations, legal advice, management services and training.

    The position

    The Strategy Manager leads the local government infrastructure and planning policy portfolio, within the organisation’s advocacy division. This involves managing the coordination, development and implementation of LGNSW’s policy initiatives in this portfolio area, which includes consultation and negotiation with member councils and stakeholders. Leading a policy team, the position provides policy and strategic advice on emerging, on-going issues and often-complex issues in the portfolio to the Director Advocacy, Chief Executive, Board and members.

    The person

    Highly regarded as a collaborative leader, you will drive a positive and innovative organisational culture, providing insight and input to strategic and business planning and contribute actively to the success of the organisation. You will be from a strong policy background, with a proven track record in research, analysis of complex policy issues, identifying emerging issues, and developing evidence-based options and strategies on one or more of these significant issues: infrastructure and planning. In short, you will ‘get’ policy development and the legislative environment, and the role strategic policy plays in a member organisation. Your strengths will be in higher-order thinking, interpersonal skills and your ability to get the best out of people. The ideal candidate will possess key leadership attributes including exceptional professionalism; strong communication; strength in collaboration and stakeholder engagement; and influencing and negotiation.

    The essential requirements

    • Tertiary qualification and extensive senior experience in leading policy and research activities in one or more of the following areas: infrastructure or planning.
    • Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills with demonstrated ability to influence, negotiate and build strong networks with practitioners and stakeholders at all levels.
    • Highly developed understanding of the policy and legislative environment of local government as well as the ability to apply research and analysis skills to a broad range of matters, and influence policy outcomes.
    • Demonstrated experience in effectively managing and developing people and teams so they play a key role in the organisation’s success.
    • Successful track record in a public policy environment.
    • Advanced ability to think strategically, solve problems and deliver results.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and a capacity to build and maintain effective relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders in a political environment, including senior management, staff, elected representatives, and external parties.
    • Highly developed project and team management skills with the ability to ensure projects are delivered within time, budget and quality parameters that may change and can be conflicting.

    How to apply

    Please visit http://www.lgnsw.org.au/about-us/lgnsw-positions-vacant and review the position description prior to submitting an application. Enquiries should be directed to Kylie Yates on 9242 4014 or jobs@lgnsw.org.au.

    Your application should include a covering letter (maximum two pages) which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this position accountabilities and requirements, and an up-to-date resume (maximum four pages).

    Applications close Sunday 17 September 2017

  • 30 Aug 2017 10:18 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)
    • Permanent position
    • Sydney CBD location
    • Excellent Benefits

    We’re looking for an experienced and motivated Senior Policy Officer to provide advice and support to councils in the first instance on social and community policy issues, and develop evidence-based policy positions to advance the interests of local government and communities in NSW.

    The organisation

    Local Government NSW (LGNSW) is the peak body for councils and related organisations in our State. LGNSW advocates on behalf of members and their communities on policy to decision makers at state and federal levels.  We provide a comprehensive range of services including industrial relations representation, management services and training.

    The role

    The Senior Policy Officer will join the Social and Community team within the Advocacy Division.  The position holder will research, develop and implement policies and strategies in consultation with stakeholders to benefit LGNSW and its members.  The role will focus initially on social and community policy areas relevant to local government, including public health, food safety, multicultural communities, refugees, disaster resilience, drugs and alcohol, domestic and family violence and women.

    The person

    You will have demonstrated experience in providing expert advice to guide delivery of consistent and effective high quality policy outcomes.  You will have a track record of maintaining detailed knowledge of the subject area to identify and respond to issues within policy framework.  Your strengths will be your ability to liaise with stakeholders effectively, to ensure policy positions are coordinated, aligned to member feedback and consistent with LGNSW’s position.  You will be positive, results-driven and understand the key role of policy in a member organisation.

    Essential Requirements

    • Excellent analytical skills
    • Strategic thinking
    • Demonstrated high level verbal and written communication and presentation skills
    • Demonstrated experience in a public policy environment
    • Planning and negotiation skills, and ability to exercise sound judgement
    • Experience in priority setting, report and agenda writing
    • Knowledge of relevant legislation, and government policies in subject area
    • General knowledge of council practices and policies
    • Understanding of NSW legislative and political environment
    • Demonstrated ability to work with others across the organisation, and at all levels
    • Demonstrated ability to work productively to achieve results, with minimal supervision
    • Degree in relevant discipline

    How to apply

    For more information and to obtain the position description and essential requirements, visit http://www.lgnsw.org.au/about-us/lgnsw-positions-vacant

    Applications should include

    • a covering letter which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to the position
    • accountabilities and essential requirements detailed in the position description
    • an up-to-date resume

    Please send applications to jobs@lgnsw.org.au.  Please contact Margaret Kay on 02 9242 4082 if you have any enquiries.

    Applications close Monday 4 September 2017

  • 29 Aug 2017 2:17 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    The New Zealand Orthopaedic Association (NZOA) is the recognised provider of specialist orthopaedic education in New Zealand, in partnership with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

    The Education and Training Manager is responsible for the administration of the NZOA Orthopaedic Education and Training Programme for Orthopaedic Trainees.

    We are looking for someone with the following skills and competencies:

    • Excellent administration and organisational skills, including preparation of agendas and minutes.
    • Experience in organising events.
    • High level communication and relationship management skills.
    • Superior computer skills.
    • Knowledge of education and training, ideally within the health sector, is desirable.

    We are looking for an enthusiastic person with a sense of humour, who likes working with people to join our small team in Wellington. This is a full-time position with the requirement to work flexible hours when necessary, as some weekend and evening work and domestic and trans-Tasman travel is required.

    For a copy of the job description contact Carolyn Cummins, email admin@nzoa.org.nz .

    Applications close on Friday, 1 September 2017, and can be emailed to admin@nzoa.org.nz

    For a copy of the job description contact Carolyn Cummins, email admin@nzoa.org.nz

    To apply, click here

  • 29 Aug 2017 2:10 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Organisation Profile

    Our client is a well-established business association representing a well-known manufacturing and commercial region located on the CBD fringes of Auckland.

    They are self -funded through membership fees and staffed largely by volunteers.

    Role Profile

    This is a part time and paid position with a budgeted salary for approximately 20 to 25 hours per month.

    The key purpose of the role is to promote membership and demonstrate value add to the ;local members through the organisation of events and promotions.

    The role would suit a person already involved in the business community seeking a community based role with a business networking focus.

    This role could tie in well with a person already involved in other business or community activities such as Rotary or Lions.

    Responsibilities

    • Promote the Association
    • Organise promotions
    • Organise events
    • Promote member cohesiveness

    Background Experience Required

    Ideally you will be a successful manager with proven experience in a NZ based manufacturing, distribution, light commercial or service based organisation.

    A sound knowledge of marketing and modern business communications such as social media would be a distinct advantage

    Experience in event planning and promotional activities is highly desirable

    To be eligible for this position you must currently reside in NZ and have a legal right to work permanently in this country.

    To apply, click here

  • 29 Aug 2017 1:51 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Associate Professor Peter Larmer, President of Arthritis New Zealand, said he had accepted with regret the resignation of long-standing CEO Sandra Kirby. Sandra has provided great leadership for nine years. While we will miss her and her enthusiasm, …31 July 2017

    Arthritis New Zealand President opens search for new CEO. 

    Associate Professor Peter Larmer, President of Arthritis New Zealand, said he had accepted with regret the resignation of long-standing CEO Sandra Kirby.

    “Sandra has provided great leadership for nine years. While we will miss her and her enthusiasm, we see this as a great opportunity for a new leader to continue to grow our reach,” he said.

    Professor Larmer said Sandra is highly regarded as a visionary leader who has led Arthritis New Zealand’s team of staff and volunteers in providing services for more than 624,000 Kiwis affected by arthritis, and developing awareness of the disease as a serious health issue.

    “Her ability to work effectively with a wide range of stakeholders has seen Arthritis New Zealand become one of the most highly regarded charities in the sector and she leaves the organisation well-positioned to build on her achievements,” he said.

    Professor Larmer stressed that Arthritis New Zealand has a robust strategic plan, very capable Board and senior management teams, and well-tested business continuity plans to ensure effective operations continue while recruitment for a new CEO gets underway.

    This article was originally sourced from Scoop NZ


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