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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  • 15 May 2017 2:25 PM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)

    Leader and relationship manager
    Large not-for-profit
    Wellington based


    Victims of crime and trauma need safety, healing and justice.  Victim Support exists to ensure victims can meet these needs through Support Workers (Volunteers) from across our communities.  The Support Workers and the staff that support them are at the heart of their work and priorities.


    With responsibility and accountability for leading and managing the delivery of professional, efficient and timely corporate services to the organisation, this role leads; Human Resources, Finance, H&S, ICT and Administration for Victim Support.

    As a member of the Senior Management Team, the role provides strategic leadership to the organisation, contributes to designing direction and objectives, and implements responsible and effective strategies. You'll  provide effective people leadership to build a highly engaged, capable and performing workforce.


    You'll need to have worked at this level, across the range of delivery areas and be prepared to tell us about how you've made a difference to an organisation or community you've worked in. You'll be confident and calm, organised and helpful, with strong communication skills and a drive for successful outcomes for all stakeholders.


    A relevant tertiary qualification is desired for this high impact role.


    Applications close at 5pm Sunday 21 May 2017.


    If you are interested in the position please CLICK HERE.  All applications will be acknowledged electronically.


    For further information contact Michele Walls on (04) 931 9448 or Warren Tocker on (04) 931 9442 quoting job number 18036


    Only people with the right to work in New Zealand may apply for this position. For advice on obtaining a New Zealand work or residence visa visit
    www.immigration.govt.nz


  • 15 May 2017 8:41 AM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    The “Company”
    Surface Coatings Association Australia, (SCAA), is an industry association closely aligned to manufacturers and marketers of paint, ink, adhesives and finished products as well as the industries servicing those manufacturers, such as suppliers of raw materials, consultants and associated services. The Association also has strong ties to related coatings industries such as construction products and coatings applicators.

    SCAA currently offers education, technical services and advice to most member participants of the “surface coatings industry” in Australia and, increasingly, SE Asia. The Association is looking to grow its footprint within the industry by extending its technical and regulatory expertise, offering a greater range of services to members and, in the process, ensure its future relevance and commercial viability. The aim is to be the “go to” Association for all things technical within the coatings industry in Australia. A longer term goal is to further expand its influence into the SE Asia Region.

    The Role
    Your job is to find and encourage corporate partners to join us with financial support to help continue our work for our members. This will provide a financial platform for further development of education, seminars, conferences and the growth of our international footprint. Other services are to be added as the Association prospers.

    We need you to develop new corporate partners, by preparing compelling proposals and delivering those with conviction to meet set revenue targets. These proposals will deliver a mutual financial benefit to both parties.

    We are after innovation to help drive corporate interest and support of our Association. Your new ideas will therefore be welcomed in this job.

    Your structured and analytical approach will aid you to develop and implement a targeted strategy for potential partners in conjunction with the President.

    Account management of the resultant partners and relationship development with key decision makers is critical. This will be your strength and responsibility.

    If you are keen to make your mark as part of a flexible and passionate team, this could be the job for you.

    Requirements
    Ideally you should have an understanding of, and experience with, member based organisations, particularly industry associations.

    You should be able to demonstrate a proven ability to develop and implement high value business partnerships and relationships.

    Experience in recruiting and retaining organisational members would be highly advantageous.

    You will ideally be situated in Melbourne. However, suitable applicants from other locations will be considered.

    Employment
    This role is a 3 month contracted position with the potential to be extended, depending on performance and targets achieved.

    The position is a part time role but expected to occupy no less than 3 days per week - actual hours to be negotiated.

    Remuneration to be negotiated in the region of $30K for the 3 month period.

    Applications should be sent to president@scaa.asn.au

    Applications close 5pm Friday, 30th June 2017. Only short listed applicants will be contacted.

  • 18 Apr 2017 1:00 PM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    Summary:
    Accounts & Administration Officer for the Australian Podiatry Association. $57k + super, sole Accounts Officer in small organisation based in Surry Hills.
     
    About the client:

    The Australian Podiatry Association NSW & ACT (ApodA) is the membership association for NSW and ACT registered podiatrists. It supports the professional needs of podiatrists and promotes quality foot healthcare within the industry.

    About the role:

    ApodA are looking for an Accounts and Administration Officer to handle their daily accounting and also provide administrative support to their Surry Hills based office.

    The role will suit an individual with a hands-on positive attitude and a customer orientated approach.

    The role is a 10 month contract with potential to extend.

    Accounting duties include but are not limited to:

    • Accounts receivable and payable 
    • Processing memberships and renewals
    • Monthly Board Reports including month end adjustments, cash flow and updated budget forecast
    • Monthly reconciliation with IVT database, MYOB, Securepay, credit cards and bank records
    • Monthly reconciliation with capitation, insurance and AAPSM fees
    You will also be expected to:
    • Assist with phone enquiries
    • Assist EO with travel bookings and office orders
    • Assist with set up of events and opening/closing of training room
    To be successful you will have:

    • Accounting degree plus 2 years' experience
    • Experience using IVT membership database
    • Experience in either MYOB, Xero or both
    • Attention to detail, ability to multi-task and work autonomously
    • Excellent time management and verbal and written communication skills
     If you feel you meet the above criteria and are happy to work within a small team then please APPLY now! Alternatively contact Louise or Mariana on 02 9093 4925 for more information. 

    Beaumont Consulting specialises in all areas of NFP recruitment including memberships, fundraising and corporate partnerships. Please email your resume with a covering letter to:
    Louise or Mariana
    Beaumont Consulting Pty Ltd
    Level 29, 259 George St
    Sydney, NSW 2000
    Tel: (02) 9279 2777

    Leading Recruitment Agency specialising in Business Services, Contact Centre & Sales, Education, Health & Social Care, Charitable Organisations and Associations & Memberships.

    To apply, click here
  • 18 Apr 2017 12:56 PM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)
    • Leading professional membership association
    • National reach based in Sydney CBD
    • Competitive remuneration package

    The Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) is the leading national association for learning and development professionals. Formed in 1971, AITD fosters excellence in individual and organisational learning through developing our members, facilitating networking and information exchange, advocacy and defining practice standards and providing accreditation.

    With a fresh perspective on its organisational purpose, understanding what the association does well, and the environment in which we operate, AITD is repositioning itself to improve our professional and industry profile and membership strength. AITD have a highly capable National Office team, strategic relationships and an established broad professional network of members who have breadth and depth of experience nationally and within the Asia Pacific region.

    AITD membership provides professional connectedness and access to a range of contemporary products, services and networks to support individuals at all stages of their career and lifelong learning.

    AITD is seeking an experienced leader to drive the next phase of the association’s innovation and growth by working with the Board to develop, implement and execute the next strategic plan. Reporting to the Board through the National President, you will:

    • establish and drive business plans to strengthen and grow the association with a focus on enhancing and adding value to member products, services and building new revenue streams
    • develop and foster relationships with Government, industry partners, regulators and stakeholders to represent member views and positively influence the national learning and development agenda lead business development, communications, financial, legal, sponsorship and other operational aspects of the association including delivery of AITD National Conference and AITD Excellence Awards
    • inspire, lead and manage a small national office team to meet objectives of annual business plans in a challenging and competitive environment

    You will be suitably qualified and likely to be already working at a senior level and can demonstrate a record of achievement in a not for profit or an industry membership based association, and have:

    • a commercial mindset with an excellent understanding of corporate governance and financial management
    • an adaptive leadership style and can successfully lead the team through periods of change and continuous improvement
    • a pragmatic approach with the ability to effectively manage competing demands and priorities
    • an engaging and inspiring communication style and are comfortable speaking publicly and facilitating events
    • a service orientation with an ability to influence a range of stakeholders to build mutually beneficial partnerships

    An established corporate professional network within the broader adult education or learning and development community will be advantageous. The role is based in Sydney and may require some national travel.

    To apply, click here

  • 18 Apr 2017 11:54 AM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    Overview

    The national association for the precast concrete industry, National Precast, is looking for a creative and organised, outcomes-driven individual to undertake our content creation and communications work on a casual basis.

    You will work around 10 hours a week at times to suit your life. You will need to be self-driven and outcomes-focused as you organise and create a variety of content that supports the organisation's initiatives.

    You will have highly tuned yet adaptable communications skills, ideally having previously undertaken a similar role. Experience in building web content, Google Analytics and InDesign is preferred. Knowledge of the precast concrete industry is preferred but not critical.

    Responsibilities

    This position will provide content and communications services, responsible for editorial and communication pieces including:

    • Assist with developing and implementing communication plans and key messages to support business initiatives and projects;
    • Co-ordinate, identify, source, write, review, edit and build range of communication materials including newsletters, website content, marketing collateral, operational letters, and social media posts;
    • Develop relationships with editors/owners of external publications and meet all deadlines;
    • Ensure digital content is search-friendly by including strategic keyword placement within copy that optimises content for indexing, ranking, click-throughs and conversions;
    • Provide support in measuring and reporting on communications' effectiveness;
    • Follow workflow processes for requesting, creating, editing, publishing and retiring communication materials;
    • Work with design resources to produce supporting design assets for your content
    • Oversee video production.

    Skills, experience and personal attributes

    This hands-on role requires a creative, confident and capable, highly organized and personable individual, who is outcome-driven and able to self-motivate. Exemplary communication skills are needed, both verbally and in writing, able to adapt communication style to suit. An ability to co-ordinate many tasks and quickly create ad hoc content is critical. Experience in a similar role is preferred. Competence with Outlook and the Office suite, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter etc is essential. Experience with InDesign and building web content and an understanding of Google Analytics will be highly regarded.

    To apply, click here

    Note: If you are a contractor or recruitment consultant, please do not make contact.

  • 18 Apr 2017 11:44 AM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    About the business and the role

    The ACS is the professional association for Australia's information and communications technology (ICT) sector.  We are committed to creating the environment and providing the opportunities for our members and partners to be recognised and succeed.  We are passionate about the ICT profession being recognised as a driver of innovation and business – able to deliver real tangible outcomes

    In joining the ACS you will be joining a talented and committed team dedicated to advancing the ICT profession and society. You will be provided with an attractive remuneration package, ongoing professional development opportunities and a flexible work environment.

    The ACS is currently seeking an experienced Member Services and Event Coordinator for our Victorian Branch.

    Job Description

    • Delivering value to members by assisting and coordinating the execution of events, activities, programs and forums in accordance with our annual strategic plan and the events calendar.
    • Providing exceptional customer service to ACS members to optimise their membership opportunity through regular and consistent communication.
    • Supporting the activities of four of our portfolio committees.
    • Working with the team to produce member communication including event collateral and material.
    • Supporting the continual improvement of the branch by contributing to refinement of member services processes and the monitoring and reporting on delegate feedback of events.
    • Be an ambassador of the brand at trade shows and other events.

    The successful candidate will have:

    • A minimum of 2  years' experience in a professional event coordination/customer service role is a prerequisite – experience working in a member based environment is highly desirable;
    • Understanding of the not-for-profit sector;
    • Demonstrated customer service focus;
    • Proficient in working with CMS and CRM systems
    • Exception verbal and written communication skills;
    • Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills;
    • Ability to work well in a small team environment;
    • Demonstrated time management skills with the ability to prioritise tasks and meet deadlines;
    • Effective problem solving skills and initiative
    • Good computer literacy with Microsoft Office products;
    • Qualification to certificate level in Events Management or Marketing is desirable.

    If you are highly organised and are looking for a multifaceted event co-ordination role, with a strong customer service/member focus, don't delay apply now.

    Only successful candidates will be contacted.
    * No Agencies Please*
    Applications close 27 April, 2017

    To apply, click here

    Please forward your cover letter together with your resume to Human.Resources@acs.org.au

  • 18 Apr 2017 11:34 AM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    About the business and the role

    After 5 years of wonderful service Allied Health Professions Australia's (AHPA) current Executive Officer is retiring...

    Consequently, AHPA is seeking to recruit a Chief Executive Officer.

    AHPA is Australia's peak allied health body currently comprising 22 national allied health professional associations as Members.  

    This much sought after CEO will position allied health as a key pillar in health, disability and aged care systems, building the reputation and profile of AHPA, advocating nationally for allied health, and managing the operations of AHPA.

    Job tasks and responsibilities

    The position leads a small team of staff and engaged volunteers currently located within the offices of the Australian Psychological Society in Melbourne.

    The successful candidate for this diverse, senior role will work in partnership with the Board and member representatives, sharing the work of strategic development, program development and deliver demands of the organisation.  

    The role will cover ongoing strategic directions; operations and compliance; up-to-date government, health and education policy and/or information; undertake high level lobbying, representation and meetings with key stakeholders; the development of policy, submissions, briefing papers and the production of member information or resources from the aforementioned activities.  

    Skills and experience

    The incoming CEO must be organised, self-driven and motivated to promote and improve the standing of all allied health professions in Australia.  

    KEY SELECTION CRITERIA

    Essential:

    • Comprehensive understanding of the diverse and varied allied health professions; 
    • Good knowledge of the Australian health system and services and the place of allied health within them;
    • Capability to lead in complex environments;
    • Strong governance knowledge and skills;
    • Capability in high level strategic planning;
    • Confident, personable communicator and relationships builder;
    • Senior management experience;
    • Abilities to manage competing demands within limited timeframes.

    Desirable:

    • Sound understanding of the Australian Government bureaucracy;
    • Sound understanding of relevant Government policies;
    • Capability in high level policy development and policy analysis;
    • Written communication skills;
    • Financial management skills;
    • Facilitation skills;
    • Innovator, solution finder;
    • Change management skills.

    For further information, and to obtain a full position description, please email the Chair of AHPA's Board at admin@ahpa.com.au. When applying, please include a covering letter addressing the key selection criteria, and the names of three referees, along with your CV.

    To apply, click here

  • 18 Apr 2017 11:18 AM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) is the peak professional organisation, which is committed to establishing, promoting and defending the career paths of tertiary trained exercise and sports science practitioners.

    Located in Hamilton, Brisbane, ESSA is seeking a part time Accreditation Manager (up to 22.5hrs/wk) to oversee the accreditation services provided by Exercise & Sports Science Australia. The Accreditation unit is responsible for overseeing course accreditation, and individual accreditation (domestically and internationally).   The position has flexibility in working hours.

    The successful candidate will strong understanding of accreditation or quality assurance systems.

    The position will be responsible for:

    • management and oversight of the accreditation unit
    • responsible for creating, implementing and measuring the success of a comprehensive accreditation program in collaboration with the Accreditation Council
    • oversee the operations of the Accreditation Council
    • with the Accreditation Council, development of policies and key support material around accreditation for professionals or courses
    • oversee the implementation of the accreditation systems for the organisation
    • coordinate communication of outcomes and progress of projects to all relevant parties
    • developing and monitoring the annual accreditation budget and overseeing related financials
    • provide counsel to other units on accreditation issues
    • maintain relationships across a range of stakeholders, government, non-government, private sector partners and research bodies who impact on ESSA's accreditation
    • coordinating with ESSA's leadership team and contributing to the organisation's overall planning and accountability systems
    • provide guidance and support to Accreditation team

    Selection criteria

     Knowledge and Skills

    1. demonstrated knowledge and/or understanding of accreditation systems
    2. demonstrated capacity in writing of policies, procedures, and high level reports
    3. demonstrated ability to develop relationships and consult closely with stakeholders
    4. demonstrated capacity to work collaboratively as part of a small team
    5. highly developed ability to work independently and supervise staff to meet tight timelines
    6. demonstrated ability to think strategically, identify trends and issues and make recommendations to assist the profession
    7. minimum 5 years industry experience, with 2 years experience in roles

     If you would like to apply for this role, please send your resume and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria listed above to anita.hobson-powell@essa.org.au or contact Anita on 07 3171 3335

    Applications close Friday 21st April, to apply click here.

    Anita Hobson-Powell
    anita.hobson-powell@essa.org.au
    07 3171 3335

  • 07 Apr 2017 10:40 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Dial Before You Dig is a vital Australia-wide service that assists in damage prevention to underground infrastructure and provides protection for construction workers and the community. It serves to protect the assets of communications, gas, electricity, water and sewerage providers who are members of the five State-based DBYD associations that form the national entity, located in Melbourne.

    Reporting to a national Board, this is a hands on role. You will implement strategic projects, build effective stakeholder engagement at all levels and provide leadership to staff in Victoria and interstate. This pivotal role will maximise the value proposition that DBYD provides, promote awareness of its services and increase usage to protect the public from danger, service disruption and costly damage.

    Key areas of responsibility include strategy, communications, contract management, advocacy and operations. You will be a true diplomat who can bring demonstrated practical expertise to the role through your strengths in stakeholder management, strategic leadership and project delivery.

    If you have proven experience at CEO level, knowledge of construction or infrastructure and sound interpersonal skills, apply to cv@dakinmayers.com.au or call Philip Mayers on 9629 6999. Closing date is 26 April 2017. 

    For more information, please click here

  • 29 Mar 2017 11:02 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Family Business Australia

    An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Marketing & Communications Coordinator in one of Australia's dynamic not-for-profit organisations. Family Business Australia is a company that works strategically with Family Businesses to lead the delivery of unique & innovative services, creating professional pathways and connecting the family business community.

    Position Summary

    Reporting to the National Marketing Manager, this varied marketing position will play a big part in the company's communications strategy and online community engagement. Your main responsibilities will be developing content for both online and traditional communications channels whilst ensuring brand integrity and social engagement. You will assist with marketing campaigns for events, using online platforms such as the website and social media channels.

    We are looking for someone who has the energy for innovation, is passionate and has a can-do attitude. Key responsibilities include:

    • Working with National Marketing Manager and website developers to upgrade website aesthetics and copy.
    • Assisting the National Marketing Manager in co-ordinating various integrated communication and marketing activities.
    • Develop marketing collateral and other materials related to events, education, membership, and other FBA initiatives.
    • Implementing all marketing strategies for events and conferences.
    • Develop and compile articles and information for Monthly e-newsletters and quarterly e-magazine.
    • Copy and distribution of emails, monthly e-newsletter and quarterly e-magazine.
    • Desktop publishing.
    • Supervising the production and/or implementation of marketing materials.
    • Monitoring and managing social media and media strategies.
    • Executing marketing plans including direct mail campaigns, email broadcast campaigns, events, public relations, customer communications, media advertisements and promotions.
    • Planning & executing end-to-end marketing campaigns.
    • Creating content for press releases, social media promotions, email initiatives and marketing collateral.
    • Developing strong relationships with our internal branch network.

    Key Relationships

    • Internal: The National Marketing and Communications Coordinator will report directly to the National Marketing Manager. They will also have internal relationships with State Managers and head office staff.
    • External: Members, Contractors and Suppliers.

    Essential Experience

    • Experience in managing and drafting website copy, blogs and social media copy.
    • Experience in managing and briefing print collateral.
    • A base understanding of SEO and SEM and their impact on website search rankings.
    • Understanding of Google Analytics.
    • Desktop publishing experience specifically Adobe creative platforms (intermediate).
    • Email marketing experience.
    • CRM software experience.
    • Ability to operate under solid pressure and meet tight deadlines.
    • Excellent Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills.
    • Sound administrative experience and an understanding of marketing principles.
    • Effective understanding of social media channels and ability to apply them in marketing strategies.
    • Excellent copywriting skills.
    • Comfortable working autonomously however, can work collaboratively and efficaciously as a team member.
    • Be self-motivated, confident, energetic, and creative.
    • Deliver innovative thoughts and contribute to marketing initiatives.

    Qualifications

    • Qualifications in marketing, communications or relevant area such as organisational development, sales administration or marketing related field.
    • Minimum three years’ work experience in a marketing/communications position.

    Full Time, 5 days per week, 7.6 hours per day, Melbourne based and with a closing date: 7 April 2017. 

    For a more detailed position description please contact Prue Dana, Family Business Australia, Office Manager, on pdana@fambiz.org.au.

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