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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  • 16 Jan 2018 12:33 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)
    • Based in Melbourne CBD location, close to public transport
    • 10-month fixed term position

    The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP), the principal organisation representing the medical specialty of psychiatry in Australia and New Zealand, is seeking to appoint a fixed term Project Officer, RANZCP Foundation to join the Membership and Events Department.

    Reporting to the Executive Manager, Membership and Events, this position will coordinate the development and expansion of the RANZCP Foundation, and through this further the RANZCP's strategic goals of promoting and encouraging research in psychiatry.

    This role will primarily be responsible for developing and implementing all activities in the Foundation's establishment phase relating to fundraising, marketing, reporting, governance, financial management and establishment of new grants.

    The successful applicant will demonstrate:

    • A relevant tertiary qualification in a related field (e.g. marketing, business, or fundraising)
    • A proven track record in fundraising or foundation coordination/management roles, and an understanding of the Australian philanthropic landscape
    • Strong strategic planning, research and organisational skills, with superior attention to detail
    • Demonstrated understanding of managing grants
    • Demonstrated experience in managing grants is highly desirable
    • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
    • Strong relationship management skills
    • Experience in copy writing and developing marketing material
    • Demonstrated initiative and the ability to undertake work with limited supervision, as well as the capacity to work collaboratively and cooperatively as a member of a team
    • Excellent organisational skills including the ability to manage numerous tasks concurrently, establish priorities and to work to tight or competing deadlines
    • Genuine commitment to providing high-quality service and dedication to exceeding the expectations and requirements of internal and external customers
    • Experience in a membership-based organisation, or in the health/mental health sector, would be highly regarded

    In order to be considered for the position, all applications must be forwarded via the Expr3ss! link, and must include a current resume and a cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria.

    Applications close: COB Thursday 18 January 2018

    RANZCP is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

    No Recruitment Agencies please. To view full job advertisement, click here

  • 16 Jan 2018 12:28 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    The Fundraising and Events Manager is a unique and exciting opportunity to be a part of raising funds and awareness for a very worthy cause in Western Australia and make a true difference to the lives of people living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and their families.

    The role is responsible for managing the Association's fundraising and events portfolio which includes annual events and campaigns such as the Walk to d'Feet MND, building and maintaining stakeholder relationships, partnerships and community fundraisers, as well as, coordinating the Association's marketing and public relations. If you are someone who is willing to make this role your own by bringing a diverse set of skills and a minimum of 3 years experience in event management and/or marketing and communications, then this is the position for you!

    The duties of the role are very diverse and will suit someone who willing to roll up their sleeves and get the job done. You will need to be positive, pragmatic, a team player and enjoy working in a busy environment. This is a full-time position and will include occasional weekend and after hours work. An immediate start is available.

    To apply for the position please email executive.officer@mndawa.asn.au to obtain a copy of the Job Description or download it online from http://mndawa.asn.au/current-vacancies/. Your application should include a one page covering letter and address the selection criteria in the Job Description. Applications can be made through the seek website or via email to executive.officer@mndawa.asn.au.

    For more information on the role contact Cara Ilsley on 6457 7355 or email cara.ilsley@mndawa.asn.au.

    Applications close Monday 29th January however the Association will commence recruitment immediately and reserves the right to fill the position prior to the close date.

    To apply, click here

  • 16 Jan 2018 12:17 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)
    • Drive the growth and expansion of the business
    • Be an ambassador for young children with disability
    • $120,000 plus super and salary packaging

    Formed in 1984, Early Childhood Intervention Australia – Victoria/Tasmania Limited (ECIA – VIC/TAS) is a not for profit charity supporting practitioners and organisations that provide services for young children with a disability and/ or developmental delay, and their families. The organisation works to promote quality early childhood intervention throughout Victoria and Tasmania and seeks to achieve a vision of young children of all abilities fully participating in family and community life.

    In this critical CEO position, you will provide strategic and operational direction to a small team of staff, and will lead the organisation as it looks to progress. Utilising your well-developed communication skills, you will continue to build the profile of the organisation and will proactively and creatively source additional funding opportunities to ensure sustainability and growth for the future. Reporting to a committed Board, you will actively build relationships with Board members and will work collaboratively to achieve common goals for the organisation. In addition, you will ensure the advocacy success of ECIA – VIC/TAS in its interaction with Government and other stakeholders, addressing issues affecting children and their families.

    A born leader, you will bring empathy for the sector balanced with strong commercial acumen. Your personal gravitas has seen you develop enduring partnerships and mobilise support from a wide range of stakeholders, and you have the ability to take others along on the journey with you. You are self-motivated and driven to achieve results, including the financial sustainability of your organisation through successful fundraising. Don't miss this unique opportunity to lead an organisation that makes a difference to many!

    HOW TO APPLY

    Apply for this position via our website at http://www.sacsconsult.com.au/job-seeker. Please submit your resume in Word format. For further information or a confidential discussion call Laura Demir on 03 8622 8509 or Andrew Marty on 03 8622 8508.

    To view full advertisement, click here.  

  • 16 Jan 2018 11:42 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) is the national peak body representing Australia's 30,000 pharmacists working in all sectors and across all locations in Australia. We are now seeking to appoint a highly skilled and experienced Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

    As CEO you will work closely with the President and the Board to develop policies and strategies to implement the strategic intent of the organisation. You will be responsible for leadership and management of the operations of the PSA and ensuring the financial sustainability of the organisation. The establishment and maintenance of strong stakeholder relationships is critical, and you will be expected through the state branches of the PSA to lead and oversight programs of professional development and advocacy for the pharmacy profession. Knowledge of the Australian health sector is essential, as well as excellent financial skills, ability to drive strategic changes, strong commercial/business skills and previous experience in working with Boards.

    The work will be complex, yet rewarding and will include identifying commercial opportunities, promoting membership and delivering membership value, leading an executive team, business analysis, managing advocacy programs and governance, and leading by example in representing the role of pharmacists in the healthcare system.

    Critical to your success will be capability and experience to:

    • Direct the operations, revenue and budgets ensuring the performance of various business units across the organisation and knowing how to drill down to the detail that matters;
    • Identify and execute major organisational change to achieve sustainable business performance both operationally and culturally;
    • Oversee major commercial projects within the PSA, and to identify opportunities to deliver strong value in PSA membership;
    • Work closely with the President and Board of the PSA to support implementation of strategic priorities;
    • Represent PSA and develop strong relationships with the Federal Government, senior health department officials and associated organisations in the health sector.

    This is an excellent Executive level opportunity for someone with the right background, skills and focus to succeed and lead change.

    Applications for the position must include a brief cover letter, current CV and a short response to each of the success factors listed above.

    Please lodge applications via our jobs mailbox at jobs@psa.org.au or via our advertisement on Seek.

    Shortlisted candidates should be available in the week commencing 5th February, 2018 for interviews.

    Initial queries about the position or related terms and conditions should be directed to Keith Cantlie - Managing Director, Cantlie Recruitment and HR Solutions - keith@cantlie.com.au or contact 02 6239 7755 or 0417 277 254.

    Applications close 9am Monday 29th January, 2018.

    Candidates who proceed to the next stages in this process may be asked to undertake work preference and psychometric testing, and also make a presentation to the Board.

    To apply, click here

  • 08 Jan 2018 5:45 PM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)

    The Company

    The Geraldton Fishermen's Cooperative (GFC) is a globally successful exporter that receives, handles and exports lobsters to international markets. GFC was created in 1950 by lobster fishermen who wanted to cut out the middle man, take control of their own destiny and increase their returns. Today, GFC remains 100% owned by active fishers and license holders supplying the Co operative, and is operated for the benefit of members. GFC members have a direct stake in the financial success of the company and a deep pride in the famous Brolos brand, motivating them to catch and produce the best rock lobster product possible. The Co-operative controls all aspects of administration, servicing, quota trading, logistics and transportation, storage, processing, promotions, marketing and sales of the product from the boat right through to the consumer.

    In order to achieve returns to its members GFC relies on active and loyal support of fishers. The Co-operative controls the majority of Western Australia's commercial rock lobster catch, where a large share is sold into China. With an annual turnover in excess of $AUD400m, GFC is a major exporter for the WA economy supporting fishers, employees and their families along a thousand kilometres of WA's coastline. As market leader, GFC plays a lead-role in fishermen advocacy at state and federal levels.

    GFC has had a dedicated Research and Development function since 1992, and leads the industry in all areas of innovation.

    The Geraldton Fishermen's Co-operative's mission is clear: to deliver the highest possible levels of service to our members and clients, to deliver the best premium-quality lobster products in the world, and to create the maximum value from this unique resource.

    The Role

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Communications/ Marketing Graduate with working within member owned organisations (Co-operatives) or an individual with relevant experience to join us in a leadership capacity.

    Your time will be split across a range of functions covering Member Engagement, Communications, Events, CRM, Social Media and Website.

    Duties include:

    • Maintaining, redeveloping and refining a program of regular formal and informal stakeholder functions and events.
    • Developing and implementing innovative means of maintaining and growing membership and loyalty programs.
    • Drafting key messages and communications for fortnightly newsletter
    • Use Mailchimp email marketing platform to send communications to members and reporting
    • Driving social media activity to engage and promote opportunities, particularly on Facebook

    Skills and Experience:

    • Marketing / Communications degree or relevant experience.
    • Demonstrated experience managing programs to efficiently deliver goals (within timeframes and budget).
    • Demonstrated initiating and executing innovative engagement programs in member based organisations.
    • Excellent numeracy, literacy and reasoning abilities. Demonstrated experience in drafting engaging communications.
    • Confident managing social media platforms to further develop relationships with members
    • A self-starter who can work creatively and comfortable to work with autonomy.
    • Can-do and positive attitude
    • Dealing with situations in a calm, professional and diplomatic manner that allows open communication and rapport at all levels of the organisation.
    • Interested in community organisations where you can make a difference
    • We are a large business with a great team and a small business feel. We value hard work, a desire to continuously improve and the ability to work with people from all walks of life. Based in Welshpool (although we may be convinced to be based in Fremantle), this position may involve occasional travel.

    We are interviewing immediately so please send your resume to us today via seek. Don't delay, apply today. Investing in GFC is an investment in your future. To apply for this role please click here

    Contact Stephen Traverso, HR Manager for a confidential discussion or for specific questions on 0439 198 767 or via email: stephent@brolos.com.au to request assistance or clarification.

    We are an equal opportunities employer who welcome applications from a diverse range of candidates.

  • 15 Dec 2017 10:47 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Executive Director - The Association of Wall and Ceiling Industries of Australia and New Zealand (AWCI ANZ)

    Construction Industry Association

    The Association of Wall and Ceiling Industries of Australia and New Zealand (AWCI ANZ) is the peak construction industry trade association representing drywall and plastering contractors and associated companies.

    Leading a small team which encompasses technical, Marketing & communication and administration a unique opportunity exists for a suitably qualified Executive Director to coordinate and grow the services and professionalism of the drywall trade across the industry.

    Working with the guidance of a dynamic and engaged Board that represents the member State and New Zealand Associations and Corporate partners, the AWCI ANZ coordinates common programs, produces a quarterly trade magazine, operates a training organisation, hosts an annual conference, supports the State and New Zealand Associations with marketing and technical support and lobbies on behalf of the Federation on issues of national significance. Reporting to the Board through the President, the Executive Director will be accountable for the execution of the strategic direction of the association and drive the various work programs and portfolios.

    This position can be based in Brisbane or Melbourne.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    This is a truly rewarding and varied role where you will be responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction for the association. Additional responsibilities will include but not be limited to;

    Ensuring the overall success of the association by converting strategies into action, and communicating in a way that secures the enthusiastic engagement of stakeholders, members, board and staff.

    Stewarding the association's resources and fostering a high-performing team of professionals.

    Developing relationships with national sponsors and industry partners

    Planning, organising, directing, managing and administering operations directly or through reports.

    Increasing the visibility of the Association through coordinating the most effective programs with State and New Zealand Associations that stimulate, inspire and support member businesses in the trade.

    This is a unique and exciting opportunity for a motivated leader to help propel an already successful organisation to even greater heights.

    Ideally, candidates will have:

    • A minimum of three years' previous CEO, Executive Director or other senior leadership experience, preferably in the not-for-profit industry association sector. 
    • An ability to plan strategically and think tactically.
    • Demonstrated understanding of governance issues, including board management and dynamics.
    • Demonstrated small business, management, financial and operational skills.
    • Experience growing membership, including cultivation of new members and retention and stewardship of existing members.
    • Demonstrated ability to develop relationships and partnerships with sponsors, suppliers and industry partners.
    • A strong growth mindset.
    • Demonstrated experience in effectively leading small teams of employees and contracted suppliers, 
    • Superior communications skills, both written and oral, and experience with public speaking.
    • An ability to set priorities, delegate responsibilities, mentor and motivate staff.
    • A track record of successfully advocating on behalf of organisations causes or issues.
    • Demonstrated understanding of successful brand management and proven experience in overseeing the development and implementation of marketing strategies.
    • Integrity and commitment to the highest standards of operations

    Please apply online with a covering letter and resume with all applications addressed to Sam Chan – CSR Talent Acquisition Manager, 

  • 12 Dec 2017 10:14 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    The National Association of Charitable Recycling Organisations Inc (NACRO) is the peak organisation that represents Australia’s charities and charity op shops that recycle clothing, furniture, household and workplace goods to provide for the disadvantaged and fund vital community programs. Their combined retail sales are almost $500M per annum.

    Reporting to a governance Board you will provide effective leadership to implement the national strategic plan and be responsible for day-to-day operations. Working with the Board and State committees, you will maintain and develop resources and services for member charities, be the official spokesperson for NACRO. You will build effective networks with all levels of government and regulatory bodies to ensure that you understand the forward thinking of the sector, particularly with regard to environmental and sustainability authorities. Growing membership and developing sustainable income streams through activities that include member conferences, you will personally manage the organisation’s administration and finances.

    For this pivotal appointment you should be a proven senior leader with experience in engaging with multiple levels of Government, Boards and other external bodies, and have demonstrated experience in leading a comparable organisation or membership body. Most importantly, you must be a capable administrator and communicator who has the ability to influence and network at high level.

    Options to undertake the role on a part-time, full-time or contracted consultancy basis will be negotiated with the successful candidate. The role is required to be based in either Sydney or Melbourne.

    If you have the capacity and enthusiasm to enable NACRO to achieve its true potential for their vital member charities, please apply to cv@dakinmayers.com.au or call Philip Mayers on 03 9629 6999. 

  • 11 Dec 2017 2:32 PM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)

    Chief Executive

    • The leading membership organisation for HR professionals in NZ
    • Opportunity for an experienced CEO to continue to build success
    • Ideally Wellington based

    The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ) is the leading membership organisation for people professionals in NZ. As a not for profit membership organisation, HRINZ is committed to expanding and enhancing the profession by providing thought leadership and direction to members and managers responsible for people management.   The Institute also promotes and supports the ongoing professional development of practitioners through its chartered membership programme.

    A rewarding opportunity currently exists for an experienced CEO with a demonstrated track record of success to continue to position the organisation as the recognised leader in the provision of membership services to the people profession. A primary focus will be brand development and excellent customer service to our members and the many volunteers who make an invaluable contribution to the Institute on branch committees across NZ.  

    Critical for success will be a proven ability to develop and deliver on strategic plans with the requisite financial expertise and commercial acumen to execute successful membership growth strategies. The ability to identify and build strong strategic partnerships to continue to enhance the value proposition for membership of the Institute will be key for the successful candidate.

    We are looking for an inspiring leader who will be the brand ambassador and champion the core values of the Institute.  Self aware and action oriented, you are able to work through others to motivate and guide people to successful outcomes. Strategic agility, combined with a keen drive for performance, complete the picture for this multifaceted senior leadership role.      

    Applications will be accepted over the Christmas and New Year period with advertising closing at 5pm on Monday 22 January 2018.

    Applications and enquiries to Michele Walls at michele@peopleandco.nz or Warren Tocker on 04 931 9442 quoting job number 18344


    The URL for the hyperlink to the vacancy on our page http://peopleandco.nz/apps/website.nsf/webVacancies/6E1D305C4E5BE809CC2581F4007ECA4C?OpenDocument


  • 08 Dec 2017 8:33 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Senior Manager - Business Development – Community Broadcasting Association of Australia. Part-time opportunity, days and hours are negotiable. Based in Alexandria.

    About the CBAA

    The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) is a non-profit national peak body and lead representative organisation for community broadcasting services around Australia.

    The CBAA provides leadership, advocacy and support for its members to actively build capabilities of independent broadcasting services and create a healthy environment for the sector to thrive.

    About the role

    The purpose of this role is to develop strategic relationships to identify and present business opportunities to CBAA with the intent on diversifying and increasing revenue streams through intelligence gathering and promoting CBAA’s products and services.

    This will be achieved by working with the Chief Operating Officer (COO), Executive team, internal and external contacts such as, new and existing member subscribers, corporate partners, the community, industry associations and internal staff.

    Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Provide strategic direction and leadership across all business development activities.
    • Identify opportunities to significantly generate a new approach to support CBAA’s strategic business growth by promoting CBAA’s services and solutions to increase funds and boost revenue.
    • Develop and implement the Business Development strategy across CBAA.
    • Actively support the COO to reach the operational objectives of CBAA.
    • Establishment of a proactive business development campaign.
    • To build external partnerships and alliances, including sourcing new funding opportunities from government, trusts, foundations and individual giving, along with growing corporate sponsorship and partnerships.
    • Management of the Business Development database and the production and analysis of appropriate management reports.
    • Manage CBAA’s participation in industry conferences, ensuring maximum exposure, participation and value for the CBAA’s investment of resources.
    • To oversee the development of consultancy services, including the CBAA's community engagement program to ensure the CBAA has a strong offer, effective marketing and high-quality delivery
    • Pitching products and/or services.
    • Research strategic market analysis to identify and quantify additional related markets of interest.

    To be successful you will have

    • Tertiary degree in a relevant discipline e.g. Degree in Sales & / Business, and / or relevant equivalent work experience.
    • Experience within the Not-for-Profit community based or membership based organisations.
    • Experience in developing and implementing successful business development strategies.
    • Demonstrated experience with managing a grant seeking strategy including building funding opportunities from government, trusts, foundations.
    • Demonstrated experience of proactive client engagement to uncover opportunities to provide service solutions and sell services.
    • Familiarity with community broadcasting operation and issues in Australia e.g. diversity of community broadcasting landscape including radio and television and their rural and remote demographics (desirable)

    How to apply

    For full details of the role, download the candidate pack. Candidates should provide a cover letter, CV, and responses to the specification criteria provided in the candidate pack. All applications should be emailed to jobs@cbaa.org.au

    Contact Information

    For an informal conversation about the role, please call or email:

    Jessica Hermosilla, Head of Business Services T: 02 9310 2999 E: office@cbaa.org.au

    If you require any further information, please visit our website www.cbaa.org.au or contact us on 02 9310 2999. To apply, click here

  • 05 Dec 2017 12:13 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    The Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine is a not-for-profit medical college who is a leader in nutritional and environmental medicine. The College provides educational resources and training to medical and allied health practitioners.

    ACNEM is governed by a Board of six directors and is looking to expand the Board composition and appoint two independent Board directors with experience in business development, fundraising, and/or finance to complement the existing skillset on the Board.

    It is envisaged that the Board members will have:

    • an interest in supporting the valuable work of ACNEM;
    • commitment to and understanding of the principles of good governance;
    • professional experience in:
      • business development in a not-for profit setting; or
      • developing fundraising strategy and income generation initiatives across traditional and digital channels; or
      • financial management within a not-for-profit environment.
    • ability and experience in developing productive and engaging strategic relationships;
    • willingness to explore initiatives to build relationships with the community; and
    • experience assessing and recommending strategic improvements to existing business development operations.

    Your demonstrated creativity in generating new ideas and opportunities will be highly regarded.

    Commitment Required

    The Board currently meets at least four times by video conferencing on four Saturday afternoons and face-to-face approximately twice per year (travel provided). Directors are required to read relevant papers in preparation for meetings and may be required to join a committee of the Board. There may be times between meetings that your involvement will also be required. It is envisaged that the Board appointments will formally take effect from 1 February 2018.

    To Apply

    Applications are sought from experienced individuals who meet the above requirements. Please refer to the College's website for a copy of the position description and instructions on how to apply.

    For further information, please contact: Ms Penelope Griffiths, CEO on 03 9597 0363 or email: penelope@acnem.org

    Expressions of Interest will remain open until 12 noon (AEDT) Friday 5 January 2018.

    This is a voluntary position.

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