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  • 09 Mar 2017 2:28 PM | Maureen Schull

    The Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia is looking for an enthusiastic Member Services Coordinator to help deliver first class professional development events and services to our members:

    ·         12-month contract with potential for extension for the right candidate

    ·         Supportive small team environment

    ·         Brisbane CBD location

    ·         Some interstate travel.


    Please contact for a copy of the Position Description and Selection Criteria.


    Your application must address the Selection Criteria.


    Applications close on Monday 20 March 2017.

  • 07 Mar 2017 11:17 AM | Tiani Hardman
    • Peak professional body
    • Full Time, fixed term 1 year
    • Melbourne CBD location
     ACLA Logo

    The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Australia is part of a global network of more than 40,000 in-house counsel employed by over 10,000 organisations in more than 85 countries. ACC Australia is proud to represent the interests of lawyers working for corporations and government in Australia.

    The Role

    Reporting to the Conference & Event Manager; the Learning and Development Co-ordinator is responsible for leading the education program function for ACC Australia; developing programs for events and CPD activities that align to the business needs, including but not limited, to the ACC Australia Strategic Plan. Key to the role will be developing trusted partnership relationships with stakeholders to drive commercial outcomes and to develop high quality live and virtual programming that meet the professional needs of in-house counsel.

    Key responsibilities

    • Design and develop the content of ACC Education program in collaboration with ACC stakeholders to ensure high quality of programming at all live and virtual events to ensure all programming meets the needs of in-house counsel.
    • Identify new ACC education opportunities like thought leadership and market segment specific events utilising ACC products and services to address the needs of in-house counsel.
    • Maintain and develop educational policy and procedures as necessary to meet ACC stakeholders' needs most effectively and efficiently.

    • Assist in the management of the subcommittees for the various ACC Education programs.

    • Manage all preparation, provide guidance and support to ACC speakers in collaboration with ACC stakeholders.

    • Ensure onsite speaker management at conferences and events as directed by Conference & Event Manager.

    • Review and modify promotional materials to ensure appropriateness and consistency of messaging in alignment with the ACC Membership department.

    Skills and experience

    To be considered for this role, you possess a strong track record within a similar role coupled with exceptional communication skills and the ability to build strong relationships with stakeholders at all levels.

    The successful candidate will have the following skills & qualifications:

    • Bachelors degree required, law degree preferred but not essential
    • 3 years + experience conducting the initiation, design, development, implementation, delivery and evaluation of business education programs.
    • Understanding of and proven experience in implementing adult learning principals
    • Strong interpersonal, relationship management, influencing and negotiation skills
    •  Proven project management experience
    •  Intermediate computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office suite applications including, Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and the Internet

    Please address your cover letter and resume for this position to the attention of Tiani Hardman, Conference & Event Manager or for further information please call Tiani on 03 9248 5522. The full position description is available on request.

    Applications to be received by the close of business on Monday 20 March 2017.Applicants must be Australian Citizens or have an Australian working Visa. ACC Australia is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 
    Please note: Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

  • 17 Feb 2017 2:06 PM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)
    • Responsible for accounting and financial management of the Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd), the national professional association of editors
    • Part-time, 0.2 – 0.3 FTE initially, with competitive remuneration
    • Applications close 5 pm EST 1 March 2017
    About IPEd
    IPEd is the national association of professional editors, currently with six state branches. About 1500 members work either in-house for publishers and other organisations, or as freelance editors across many sectors. IPEd is a company limited by guarantee.
    IPEd and its branches promote the members and the profession and provide memberships services, including professional development, standards for editorial practice, accreditation exams, social meetings, newsletters and national conferences.

    About the role
    Reporting directly to the Executive Officer (CEO), the Finance Officer (FO) will be responsible for IPEd accounting, banking, payroll and BAS returns. IPEd uses the web-based accounting system Xero. The membership system, MEMNET, linked to a payment gateway for online payments, provides income and accounts receivable ledger exports to the accounting system.
    The FO, with other national staff (the CEO, Secretary, Communication Officer and Membership Officer), will work remotely, communicating using web-based tools.

    Duties and responsibilities
    • Advise and assist branch officers, Council and staff in the preparation of budgets
    • Coordinate the approval and processing of transactions according to policy
    • Raise subscription renewals and other billings and record offline payments received
    • Manage IPEd’s online banking system and payment gateway
    • Process payroll, superannuation, BAS returns and tax returns, and liaise with auditors
    • Prepare regular financial reports for branches and the EO
    Skills and experience
    • Demonstrated capacity and experience in the complete accounting cycle, using accounting software such as MYOB or Xero
    • Highly developed skills in using the Microsoft Office suite of programs
    • The ability to work in a systematic way with a minimum of direction
    • Excellent interpersonal, spoken and written communication skills
    • The ability to work effectively as part of a team
    Culture and benefits
    IPEd is entering an exciting new phase in serving and representing its members, and this position offers you the opportunity to play a key role in the development of its services, membership and image.

    TO APPLY, please obtain the position description which includes selection criteria, instructions and contact details.

  • 16 Feb 2017 11:17 AM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)
    • Full Time permanent role on offer
    • Rewarding role in Aged/Community Care
    • Based at Upper Mt Gravatt

    About Us
    Alzheimer's Association Queensland (AAQ) is one of Queensland's leading not-for-profit organisations with over 400 staff, helping maintain the quality of life with people diagnosed with dementia and their caregivers.

    AAQ operates four residential care facilities, four multi service respite centres, home care packages, community based programs throughout Queensland and is a, registered training organisation.

    Your Opportunity
    A position has become available for an exceptional and highly motivated Rostering & Administration Officer (RAO) with a minimum of 2 years experience to join Brisbane South's Home Care Package Team at Upper Mt Gravatt.

    Our Expectations
    Critical to your success requires a positive and compassionate attitude with dignity for our clients, impeccable staff rostering and scheduling coordination experience, excellent time management and organisational skills. You must have the ability to adapt in an ever changing fast paced environment within this diverse role.

    Key attributes in this role includes excellent attention to detail with a high level of accuracy and communication skills both written and verbal with the capability to promote good interpersonal relationships, facilitate open communication and have a team approach towards clients, staff, carers and service providers.

    It is paramount that you have the ability to work autonomously, multitask, take initiative, be flexible, be systematic in your approach and possess a pleasant phone manner.


    • Allocate work to care staff in a timely manner according to skill set and geographical location
    • Planning & organising care staff workloads
    • Prioritising work & re-allocating jobs where necessary to meet client needs
    • Field calls and handling queries as appropriate including diary management
    • To communicate effectively with the relevant managers and care staff to ensure that the home care office runs smoothly
    • Data entry within iCare and ConnX databases
    • Work in conjunction with clients, carers and staff
    • The coordination of meetings that includes taking minutes at support group meetings
    • Event coordination for education and staff orientation days
    • Assist Managers with ad hoc duties and provide Allied Health team support when required
    • Ability to handle sensitive information and maintain high levels of confidentiality with the a commitment to adhering to all AQ policies and procedures

    Skill Requirements

    • Intermediate or Advanced computer proficiency with all Microsoft Suite functions
    • Demonstrated ability with 24 hour rostering and extended time sheets
    • Demonstrated ability to provide administration support
    • Demonstrated experience with database systems and document control
    • Minimum of two years' experience in a Rostering & Administration Officer position
    •  A current Opens Driver Licence
    • Possess empathy and understanding of the needs of our elderly clients and their carers

    What is on Offer?

    • Flexible working arrangements
    • Generous tax free salary packaging benefits available
    • Annual Education

    To be considered for this role please attach a Cover Letter and CV addressed to the HR Manager and apply either through SEEK or to be considered for this role.

    Confidential enquiries: Simone Watson, HR Manager or Brooke Suess, State Manager
    PH: 3422 3000
    AAQ Website:

    The successful applicant must be willing to obtain a national police check

    To apply for this job go to: & enter ref code: 3321944. Applications close 08 March 2017

    To apply, click here

  • 13 Feb 2017 11:33 AM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    We are looking for an experienced IT/AV Support Officer to join our team and provide assistance on the ground. You will provide specific and responsive solutions to identified incidents and service requests covering a range of onsite and remote AV and IT equipment.

    This position is based our Melbourne CBD location and will be offered initially on a 2 year fixed term basis.

    About the company

    As a national organisation with a growing number of international chapters, Engineers Australia is well known for being the peak professional body, the trusted voice and the global home of the Australian engineering profession.

    Through a sustained period of significant innovation and growth, Engineers Australia as an organisation has evolved to become known as a top membership-based organisation that not only leads and influences the engineering profession through strategic partnerships with industry and the Australian Government, but also offers an ever-growing suite of member benefits, products and services that are considered world-class.

    About the role

    Reporting to the Service Delivery Manager and working with stakeholders across multiple sites, you will provide day to day of IT and AV systems. Key responsibilities include:

    • Providing face to face and telephone technical support for users of IT services, resolving all customer problems and queries in an effective and timely manner including but not limited to:
      • Day to day support of a broad AV & desktop environment
      • Progressive resolution of Microsoft and Linux Back Office issues as skills develop
      • Maintain accurate and timely log entries in Connectwise of faults and resolution details
      • Work diligently to meet standard KPI's
    • Act as a key source of advice, expertise and support in relation to AV services and technologies to all customers and team members
    • Work to continuously improve IT services by identifying opportunities for improvement, investigating and documenting these and working with the Service Delivery Manager, ICT Operations Manager and team members to implement the improvements
    • Following agreed procedures, respond to requests for assistance by providing information and advice to users to empower them to resolve their own issues
    • Escalate technical queries as required to other appropriate team members and ensure they are resolved with appropriate communications back to the customer
    • Maintain current knowledge and keep abreast of emerging technologies and best practice in areas of operation

    To succeed in this Role

    You will have proven experience and expertise in providing high AV and IT support services and working with stakeholders to ensure the smooth running of our geographically diverse organisation. Your experience and knowledge will also include:

    • Sound knowledge of desktop hardware and both standardised and custom software applications
    • Basic network troubleshooting skills
    • Basic understanding of Microsoft and Linux Back Office environments
    • Understanding of ITIL principles and ability to resolve incidents appropriately
    • Excellent time management and organisational skills to prioritise deadlines
    • Advanced analytical and problem solving resolution skills.
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills
    • A strong desire to learn

    Want to apply or know more?

    If you feel that you have the necessary skills, drive and experience to excel in this position, please submit an up-to-date resume and cover letter by clicking the "Apply" button below.

    To apply, click here

    If you would like to have a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact James Watson – National Manager ICT - to arrange a suitable time.

    A copy of the Position Description for this role which contains the full list of duties and responsibilities is available on our website:

    Please note: applications that do not include a cover letter may not be considered for this opportunity

    Applications Close Sunday 19 February 2017

    Culture and Benefits

    A competitive base salary and remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful candidate. In addition, our staff enjoy a range of employee benefits at their fingertips including (but not limited to): salary sacrificing/packaging; complimentary salary continuance, life and TPD insurance; paid parental leave, a standard 35-hour full-time working week and additional paid Christmas leave.

  • 13 Feb 2017 11:31 AM | Michelle Weston

    Assist in the smooth running of our dynamic organisation allowing us to showcase the benefits of the Australian caravanning and camping industry.

    • Peak National Body for a growing tourism sector
    • Innovative Not for Profit Organisation
    • Diverse role offering significant autonomy
    • Part of a small, passionate team

    DID YOU KNOW: 85% of Australians have had a caravanning or camping experience at least once in their lifetime, and half of all caravanners and campers are in the family market (35-49 years of age)

    As the peak national body for the Australian caravanning and camping sector we are responsible for ensuring a robust, compliant and sustainable industry through a range of activities in the areas of Marketing, Lobbying & Advocacy, Research, and Compliance, Accreditation & Training.

    The Role

    The role of Executive Support with Caravan Industry Association of Australia is integral in ensuring the continued development of the organisation.

    This position will provide high level support to the CEO, undertake a range of human resource functions, oversee the organisation’s IT resources, and prepare a range of reports (non-financial) for the Board and Advisory Council (including operational and Board papers and meeting minutes).

    This role requires:

    • The ability to manage and prioritise a diverse range of projects and tasks
    • Strong written and highly efficient computing skills
    • The capacity to work autonomously with limited instruction
    • A high level of attention to detail
    • Strong communication and negotiation skills
    • A high level of emotional intelligence, balanced judgement and maturity

    As there will be a significant writing component to this role, legal experience or background would be highly regarded.

    To be effective in this position you MUST enjoy a manic working environment and duties which are diverse and require multiple projects to be run concurrently.  An ability to manage deadlines is a key component for success in the role.

    While full time we are willing to offer flexible hours to the right candidate.

    This role is located in our Melbourne Office which is close to public transport with limited on street parking available.

    About Us

    Caravan Industry Association of Australia is the peak national body for the Australian Caravanning and Camping Industry.  We undertake a large range of activities on behalf of the sector designed to improve quality and standards, increase awareness for the sector and continue to grow one of Australia's manufacturing and tourism success stories.

    We are a dynamic team, passionate about the development of the Australian caravanning and camping sector and spread across two offices (one in Brisbane and one in Melbourne).

    For more information about us visit:

    To Apply

    To apply send your resume (no more than 4 pages) with a cover email (no more than 250 words) outlining why you should be shortlisted for this role to no later than COB Wednesday 22 February 2017.

    Please note applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and interviews may be arranged prior to the closing date.

  • 13 Feb 2017 11:16 AM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)
    • Perform varied and interesting work
    • Friendly, supportive team
    • Well-known national organisation
    • Full time, permanent role
    The Housing Industry Association is Australia's peak residential building industry body. We are currently seeking a Business Services Coordinator to join our Gold Coast team. This is a full time, permanent role based at our office in Varsity Lakes.   

    The key responsibilities of this role are to coordinate our registered training organisation (RTO) business and group apprenticeship scheme in the Gold Coast/Northern Rivers region. This role will oversee student management and drive growth to reach budget outcomes for HIA Training. The successful person will also have responsibility for recruiting new apprentices and hosts, and providing a high quality field service program for the HIA Apprentices business.

    Duties include:

    • Conduct inductions and manage a caseload of HIA Training students, including monitoring student assessments
    • Meet reporting requirements and maintain records in the VETtrak database
    • Liaise with trainers/assessors and the regional training Customer Service Manager
    • Administrative functions including setting up training rooms
    • Recruit new host trainers and apprentices for HIA Apprentices
    • Conduct field visits, manage any performance issues and perform Workplace Health & Safety (WHS) training for hosts and apprentices
    • Promote HIA Apprentices at external career expos and HIA events such as trade nights
    • Attend to counter enquiries and provide customer service to HIA members at the Gold Coast office

    To be successful in this role you will:

    • Have a demonstrated ability to generate sales and new business
    • Possess excellent communication and relationship building skills
    • Have an understanding of WHS laws related to the construction industry
    • Have excellent organisational skills and attention to detail
    • Be computer literate with MS office and database applications, ideally including VETtrak
    • Be customer service oriented
    • Enjoy working in a team environment
    • Be energetic and flexible in dealing with a variety of issues

    Ideally you will have an understanding of ASQA standards, RTO compliance and Group Training Organisation (GTO) requirements.

    A full job description can be found in the Careers section of our website, or click here.

    HIA employees enjoy a variety of benefits including the option to salary sacrifice up to two weeks annual leave, study assistance program, paid maternity leave and group insurance cover. HIA employees are also able to access HIA member benefits such as HIA Vehicles, HIA Telecommunications and Corporate Health Insurance Plans.

    If you are interested in joining the HIA team please send your application by 20 February 2017 to:
    Employee Services
    Housing Industry Association
    79 Constitution Avenue, Campbell ACT 2612

    Applications submitted after the closing date may be accepted, however please note the interview process may have already commenced.

  • 13 Feb 2017 10:53 AM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)
    • Peak professional body
    • $22.00 per hour + Superannuation
    • CBD fringe with on-site parking

    The Australian Medical Association of Queensland (AMA Queensland) is the State's peak medical representative body and represents more than 6,000 Queensland doctors.  We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic professional to join the Association in the role of Member Service Officer working Monday to Friday from 10am – 4.00pm.

    The Member Service Officer is responsible attending to all general incoming calls, administration, greeting visitors to AMA Queensland, providing administrative support and for assistance with member enquiries, event administration and other administrative duties as directed.

    Your key responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

    • Receive and coordinate all general incoming calls
    • Greet and coordinate all visitors to AMA Queensland
    • Assist membership team with enquiries, information distribution, activities and support
    • Provide administrative assistance to all areas of the Association

    Key membership responsibilities will include, but not limited to:

    • Distribution of member correspondence
    • Membership filing
    • Member data entry
    • Event administration and attendance at member recruitment and retention activities
    • The coordination of membership sample bags and delivery of these to various events
    • Attend and represent AMA Queensland at various events, as required

    You will have the ability to work independently with exceptional skills in all Microsoft applications and are experienced in working on reception, operating a switchboard and providing quality administrative work. The key focus of this role is the ability to juggle multiple priorities in a sometimes demanding environment.   You must have an understanding of client confidentiality as you will maintain up-to-date files and records.

    If you are seeking to join a high profile company that will offer you an exciting role, working within a supportive and friendly team, this is the role for you.

    To apply for this opportunity please provide your covering letter and CV to Leigh Holohan -

  • 13 Feb 2017 10:43 AM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    The opportunity

    Are you a member support professional with excellent communication skills looking for a unique and challenging opportunity?  Do you want to work as part of a close-knit team in a supportive and friendly environment at our State Office at Wilston?  We are looking for a P&C Services Officer to team with the P&Cs Services manager in providing continuous, timely and accurate advice to our affiliates.  You must be committed to ensuring that affiliated P&C Associations receive high-quality advice and service.

    About the company

    P&Cs Qld provides support to approximately 1240 Queensland state school parent associations.  The company has a paid staff of eight people working from the State Office in Brisbane, and a network of volunteers throughout Queensland.  Together, the staff and volunteers help P&C members in schools with their operations by developing resources, holding events and answering enquiries.  We also advise and work closely with the State Department of Education and Training.

    Duties and responsibilities

    The successful applicant will respond to telephone and email enquiries from P&C representatives throughout Queensland.  The P&C Services Officer will also have some general administrative duties.

    • Work with the P&Cs Services Manager to provide telephone advice to affiliates
    • Work with the P&Cs Services Manager to develop resource materials
    • Assist with administrative tasks
    • Reception duties
    • Maintain appropriate records
    • Attend and assist at regular events

    Knowledge, skills and attributes

    • Knowledge of the P&C Model Constitution, Accounting Manual and relevant legislation.
    • Highly developed interpersonal skills.
    • Effective oral and written communication skills.
    • Attention to detail and high level of accuracy.
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
    • Computer skills with the Microsoft suite of programs and MYOB.
    • Value the work of P&C volunteers and have a commitment to public education.

    Working conditions

    The incumbent is located in a busy, open-plan office and is faced with constant interruptions.  The organisation has several particularly demanding periods during the year, which are usually linked to times when P&Cs must meet key reporting and auditing requirements.  In addition, from time to time and when necessary, this position may be required to travel, including possible overnight stays.

    For a full position description, please contact Arlene Clark on 1800 218 228 or email

    To apply, please email a brief CV and covering letter addressing the position description to

    Applications close at 4.30pm on Monday 27 February, 2017.

    To apply, click here

    P&Cs Qld is an Equal Opportunity Employer

  • 13 Feb 2017 10:16 AM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)
    • Become an integral part of a high-energy, highly driven team that has a supportive and encouraging culture; celebrating every win, no matter how big or how small
    • 12 month position
    • Located in the Melbourne CBD
    • Working  fulltime Monday to Friday, you will be able to utilise your exceptional customer service skills to make a positive contribution to the Engineering profession

    What is Engineers Australia and this opportunity all about?

    As a national organisation with a growing number of international chapters, Engineers Australia is well known for being the peak professional body, the trusted voice and the global home of the Australian engineering profession.

    Through a sustained period of significant innovation and growth, Engineers Australia as an organisation has evolved to become known as a top membership-based organisation that not only leads and influences the engineering profession through strategic partnerships with industry and the Australian Government, but also offers an ever-growing suite of member benefits, products and services that are considered world-class.

    An opportunity has arisen for a passionate and experienced outbound customer service extraordinaire to join the Member Services Team who are front and centre of our organisation; In this role, you will become part of a very committed and outgoing team who continue to meet and exceed expectations by delivering a high level of customer service through proactive, outbound customer engagement.

    What's in it for you?

    The successful applicant will:

    • Work within a unique contact centre environment where no two days are the same. Each team member is provided with a level of autonomy which enables them to effectively work on a diverse set of tasks and provide a broad range of information to an expansive stakeholder base;
    • Join a solidly performing team who have a high level of integrity and tap in to your outbound customer service toolbox to positively contribute to the team's overall performance to exceed outcomes and deliver faultless customer engagement that is second to none;
    • Develop long lasting working relationships with a broad range of fascinating and remarkable stakeholders;
    • Join an organisation that not only fosters learning and development but also promotes internal career progression; enabling its employees to unleash their potential to grow within the organisation to become the best that they can be;
    • Utilise your customer engagement experience to make a direct impact on Engineers Australia and our reputation during a period of exciting growth and innovation, where we challenge the norm daily and are always eager to try new and improved ideas; and
    • Have an ever-growing range of employee benefits at your fingertips.

    What's in it for us?

    As the successful applicant, you will be expected to:

    • Deliver high quality customer engagement activities through all communication channels;
    • Achieve member growth, member retention and campaign targets and KPIs. More specifically, this will see you assisting with outbound campaign activities including: following-up new member leads, following-up incomplete applications, data cleansing activities, membership upgrades, onboarding calls, membership renewal and membership retention activities;
    • Use your active listening skills and your ability to think outside the box to identify opportunities to deliver more value-add services to our customers;
    • Provide exceptional customer service in line with team KPIs, team ethos, standard operating procedures and industry best practice; and
    • Provide a proactive level of service through outbound engagement between Engineers Australia's National office, our members, potential members, other organisations and the public.

    Do you have what we want?

    As the successful applicant, you will be an experienced outbound customer service expert with a positive, determined and proactive attitude that is complimented by the following skills, experience and attributes:

    • Prior experience working within a contact centre; providing great customer service;
    • Professional level verbal and written communication skills;
    • Sound data entry and office administration skills;
    • Strong computer skills with experience using products such as Microsoft Word and Excel. Prior experience using a Customer Relationship Management System (CRM) is also preferable;
    • The ability to work well under pressure;
    • A willingness to work as a team and support team members; and
    • A true desire to contribute to the success of Engineers Australia and subsequently contribute to the engineering profession.

    Want to make this fantastic opportunity to progress your career yours?

    If this exciting Canberra-based Customer Engagement opportunity appeals to you and you have what it takes to excel in this position, please use the 'Apply for this job' button to submit a current Resume along with a tailored Cover Letter that outlines your relevant experience and addresses the following two questions:

    1. What does customer service mean to you?
    2. What organisation do you feel provides great customer service and why?

    A copy of the Position Description is available on the below URL:

    For a confidential discussion in regards to this excellent opportunity, please phone Chelsea Cheney on: 02 6270 6183.

    To apply, click here

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