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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  • 24 May 2018 12:39 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Australian Window Association is seeking an experienced training officer in a full time role to join the head office team in Pymble NSW.

    Reporting directly to the National Training Manager the AWA Training Officer will be responsible for the co-ordination and application of all AWA training programs.

    Role includes: organisation of training courses; overseeing online training; responding to enquiries; updating presentations; assisting in the development of new courses; editing.

    Skills and abilities required include:

    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • Problem solving and evaluation skills.
    • To be encouraging of all members to grow to their potential.
    • To be organised.
    • Experience working in a team environment utilising communication technology.
    • Attention to detail.
    • High level computer literacy including intermediate MS software.     
    • A training qualification.
    • A knowledge of the window or glazing industry and MYOB are an advantage but not a prerequisite.

    This position provides the opportunity to grow into a more senior role. A salary commensurate with experience is offered.

    To apply send covering letter and resume to jann.oconnor@awa.org.au

  • 18 May 2018 2:18 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)
    • Responsibility over all membership and marketing programs
    • Work with dynamic national association
    • Flexible location and work arrangements

    About the Company

    The Swimming Pool & Spa Association of Australia (SPASA) is a national membership-based peak body committed to raising the profile, business environment and competitive edge of all pool and spa industry professionals throughout Australia. SPASA is also a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) delivering nationally accredited training and qualifications in every state and territory.

    About the Role

    This newly created role, reporting to the CEO, will be the driving force behind the development, engagement and management of the association’s membership and associated programs.

    You will work with a passionate and dedicated team, in a fast paced, high energy and supportive environment and play a key role in the organisation as well as managing all stakeholder relationships:

    • Develop, implement, manage and report on programs and plans related to growth of membership and industry.
    • Key communicator between key stakeholders to enhance collaboration and engagement
    • Ensure membership outcomes and programs are aligned with strategy, policies and procedures
    • Strategic planning and support of Trade, Consumer & Member events

    About you

    Having previous experience in NFP and/or a membership-based organisation, you will demonstrate the following:

    • Strong stakeholder management/engagement experience
    • Well-developed analytical, critical thinking and planning skills
    • Effective and personable liaison and communication skills
    • Advanced computer skills
    • Proven experience in membership / marketing / CRM management
    • Implement innovative solutions to multi-faceted issues
    • Professional initiative, particularly with decision making and problem solving
    • Capacity to work in a complex and dynamic team environment
    • Self-management skills with the ability to judge priorities and meet deadlines
    • Strong communication, marketing and negotiation skills
    • Project/Program promotion and management

    How to Apply

    SPASA would like to hear from you if you believe you have what it takes to fill this role. To submit your application, please apply in writing to: Spiros Dassakis at spiros@spasa.com.au.

    Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

  • 18 May 2018 2:09 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Do you have a passion for professional development?

    Due to demand and growth opportunities, we are seeking a Professional Development / Learning and Development specialist to join our team in a newly created position.

    · Apply your passion for professional development to help build the health workforce of the future

    · Career opportunity to build something new which will have high impact across the sector

    · Close knit, supportive, small team

    · Full time with flexibility

    · Make this job your own!

    · North Melbourne location

    · Starting date: ASAP

    HISA's Workforce and Professional Advancement (WPA) Division exists to provide career pathways in digital health for the Australian health workforce. We aim to equip Australian health workforces for their participation in health’s digital future. We do this through identification and promotion of competencies; brokering and delivery of education and training; delivery of professional accreditation services; building and supporting professional networks; and strategic partnerships.

    The primary purpose of the role is to support, manage and grow HISA’s Workforce and Professional Advancement (WPA) Division through operationalisation of all WPA products and services.

    Responsibilities include:

    1. Management of professional individual accreditation programs

    2. Support the creation and management of WPA resources

    3. Coordination of Professional Networks & Strategic Partnerships

    4. Events Planning

    You will love this role for the following reasons:

    · You will be working with a fantastic group of driven, committed, experienced and passionate people.

    · You will have a high degree of autonomy, in a responsible, accountable role.

    · You will self-manage, influence and create programs and relationships you can be proud of.

    · You will work closely with the Workforce and Professional Advancement Director and the HISA team to accomplish successful outcomes.

    · You will be really busy and leave work each day satisfied to know you're contributing to something substantial and meaningful that will have a significant impact across the health sector.

    To succeed, you will have experience in a professional development or related role. Most importantly, you will have a real passion for doing so. You will have a high degree of administrative and project management skills with an eye for detail. You're a people person. You are a 'get things done' person. This is your opportunity to shine!

    Remuneration

    To be negotiated in line with experience. Please indicate your salary expectations when applying.

    I suggest you check out the full position description, available here.

    Apply

    We are aiming to fill this role with the right candidate ASAP, so don't delay sending in your application. Please send your CV and covering letter to ceo@hisa.org.au and impress me!

  • 10 May 2018 1:00 PM | Phillipa Tocker

    Are you committed to the future of museums and galleries, and skilled in communicating with people at all levels of an organisation?

    Museums Aotearoa is the membership organisations for Aotearoa New Zealand’s museums and art galleries, with around 200 member institutions, reaching over 1500 individuals. We are a small and nimble professional association dedicated to supporting our nation’s museums and art galleries to thrive. Our activities include advocacy on behalf of the sector; the provision of publications, advice and professional development opportunities for members; and coordinating data gathering, research, networking events and an annual conference.

    We’re currently looking for a skilled and enthusiastic person to join our team of three staff as Communications and Membership Manager. In this role you will:

    • Create and deliver communications strategies to support MA initiatives
    • Be the first point of contact for members, and actively contribute to membership growth
    • Lead a refreshment of the MA website, and manage the website’s ongoing growth alongside social media channels
    • Prepare and produce regular MA communications, and regularly review their impact and usefulness
    • Take part in member events, including the annual conference, throughout the country

    This role will suit someone with a passion for great communication and an interest in museums and galleries or the wider cultural sector. We are looking for someone who:

    • Thinks strategically about communication, and has a flair for storytelling
    • Has experience managing both web and print communication channels
    • Will enjoy working with the diverse membership of Museums Aotearoa, ranging from major national museums to small volunteer-run organisations
    • Is well-organised and detail focused, able to work independently and apply good judgement
    • Demonstrates a commitment to their own learning and continuous improvement

    In return, we offer an unparalleled opportunity to learn about the museum industry, freedom to experiment and innovate, and professional development opportunities to increase your skills and knowledge.

    The role is based in our Tory Street office, Wellington. This is a permanent part-time role, with some flexibility around when hours are worked. Some travel is required in this role.

    Please send your CV and cover letter to mail@museumsaotearoa.org.nz by 5pm, Thursday 24 May 2018.

    Download the Job Description from the Museums Aotearoa website

  • 10 May 2018 12:57 PM | Phillipa Tocker

    Are you a skilled administrator looking for a stimulating workplace?

    Museums Aotearoa is the membership organisations for Aotearoa New Zealand’s museums and art galleries, with around 200  current member institutionss, reaching over 1500 individuals. We are a small and nimble professional association dedicated to supporting our nation’s museums and art galleries to thrive. Our activities include advocacy on behalf of the sector; the provision of publications, advice and professional development opportunities for members; and coordinating data gathering, research, networking events and an annual conference.

    We’re currently looking for a skilled and enthusiastic person to join our team of three staff as our Adminstration Manager. You will keep our Wellington office running smoothly and efficiently, and liaise with staff, members and the Museums Aotearoa Board as well as external suppliers.

    We are looking for someone who: 

    • has a background in office administration, ideally in a similar membership or non-profit environment
    • will assist us providing outstanding service to our members
    • is experienced with software packages such as Xero, Office 365 and CiviCRM (or similar database)
    • demonstrates good judgement, the ability to work independently, attention to detail and initiative

    In return, we offer an unparalleled opportunity to learn about the museum industry, a friendly workplace with dedicated colleagues, and professional development opportunities to increase your skills and knowledge.

    The role is based in our Tory Street office, Wellington. This is a permanent part-time role, with some flexibility around when hours are worked. Some travel may be required in this role.

    Please send your CV and cover letter to mail@museumsaotearoa.org.nz by 5pm, Thursday 24 May 2018.

    Download the Job Description from the Museums Aotearoa website


  • 26 Apr 2018 10:15 AM | Robin Shepherd

    The Recruitment, Consulting and Staffing Association Australia & New Zealand (RCSA) is the peak body for the recruitment and staffing industry in Australia and New Zealand. RCSA sets the benchmark for industry standards through representation, education, research and business advisory support to our member organisations and accredited professionals who are bound by the ACCC authorised RCSA Code for Professional Conduct through membership.

    We are seeking an Executive and Member Group Coordinator with experience in supporting high level executives and/or volunteer committees. The ideal candidate will have excellent relationship skills, as well as the ability to juggle many competing priorities and meet tight deadlines in a busy environment.

    The Executive & Member Group Coordinator role is a critical position within the RCSA and is responsible for supporting, organising and coordinating senior executives of the RCSA, and the RCSA volunteer Regional Councils, Member Groups and Working Groups. This position is accountable to the Chief Executive Officer and reports to the Operations Manager, and must maintain the highest degree of confidentiality.

    The role requires a highly skilled written and verbal communicator who is able to effectively engage with key stakeholders. The successful applicant will work effectively as a member of a diverse and small team and undertake a wide variety of work which will encompass occasional travel or out of hours events. This is a full time permanent position.  

    Duties include but are not limited to: 

    • Provide executive support to the CEO and other members of the executive team
    • Build stakeholder confidence in RCSA through relationship management and engagement
    • Provide effective and proactive support to all RCSA Regional Councils, Member Groups and Working Groups
    • Deliver high quality member group forums, via face-to-face and digital events

    Our ideal candidate will have the following skills: 

    • At least three years professional experience in a similar role
    • Exceptional organisational and planning skills
    • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
    • High level relationship and stakeholder management skills
    • High proficiency with computers and ITC systems
    • Proven ability to juggle many competing priorities and meet tight deadlines in a busy environment
    • Experience supporting volunteer committees would be highly beneficial
    • Experience in collaborating with government representatives, senior executives and high level stakeholders is desirable

    For further details, including a full position description, or to apply contact Robin Shepherd, Operations Manager, ph 03 9936 9402 or rshepherd@rcsa.com.au


  • 24 Apr 2018 1:28 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)
    • High profile registered club industry association
    • Full time, permanent role, based at our head office in Hurstville
    • Capacity to travel interstate on a frequent basis essential

    The Club Managers’ Association Australia (CMAA) is a membership based organisation representing close to 2,000 professional registered club managers across Australia. The CMAA’s activities focus on the key areas of employment advocacy, professional development, collegiality and industry representation.

    The position

    Reporting to the Executive Officer, your role will be to oversee the professional development arm of the association; Club Management Development Australia (CMDA), and its various activities and services. This role is a central resource for our members and their staff and will suit someone who thrives on providing a high level of service and enjoys building relationships and developing an individual’s professional development. Demonstrated experience gained working at a management level within the Hospitality or Tourism sectors would be desirable.

    Some of your responsibilities will include:

    • Development /delivery of the CMDA’s strategic plan in alignment with the overall Association Strategic Plan
    • Budgeting and cost control of the CMDA’s activities
    • Supervision of support staff and CMDA trainers
    • Organising conference and summit events
    • Review and enhancement of course curriculum
    • Management of our Association’s Certified Club Manager recognition award
    • Management of our CMAA Mentoring Program
    • Training delivery of supervisory and management discipline courses

    This role will also require occasional regional and interstate travel to facilitate the delivery of the Head Office reports and training to our members.

    The candidate

    To be successful in this role, you will have extensive experience in a training and development management role with exposure to organising large scale events, managing relationships with staff, members, sponsors and speakers, and demonstrated experience delivering presentations and training courses.

    You will also need to demonstrate the following:

    • Strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Advanced Microsoft Office skills, especially Excel, Word and Powerpoint
    • Strong capacity to multi task, work under pressure and operate with minimal supervision
    • Knowledge of conference apps and technology

    What’s in it for you?

    A competitive salary, five weeks annual leave and entitlements including superannuation and personal professional development, a flexible regular roster normally Monday to Friday, staff car parking and a modern office environment.

    To apply

    To apply for the position, please submit your resume and covering letter expanding on your skills and experience as they relate to the position via email in one PDF or Word document to Ralph Kober, CMAA Executive Officer on ralph@cmaa.asn.au . Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

    Applications close: 9am AEDT Tuesday 22 May 2018

  • 24 Apr 2018 1:11 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)
    • Vibrant and fun company culture
    • Highly regarded membership association – Melbourne CBD based role
    • Opportunity to utilise your customer service skills

    Who Are We?

    The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) is a national not-for-profit organisation whose membership consists of the trustee directors and staff of industry, corporate and public-sector funds who manage the superannuation accounts of nearly two–thirds of the Australian work force.  As the principal advocate and peak representative body for the $1.2 trillion profit-to-member superannuation sector, AIST plays a key role in policy development and is a leading provider of research services.

    The Role

    AIST has an opening for a Content and Program Planner to assist the organisation in developing and delivering timely and relevant content through a variety of mediums and lead our Young Super Network program which aims to develop the skills of the younger community within the profit to member superannuation industry.

    As Content and Program Planner, you will be responsible for developing topics for conference programs in conjunction with AIST staff and member committees, as well as subject matter for education courses. 

    What You Need to Do

    Your key responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

    • Researching, developing and proposing conference content in collaboration with relevant stakeholders
    • Researching and identifying relevant speakers both within and external to the superannuation industry
    • Liaising with speakers before and during the sessions to establish key messaging, outcomes and session structures
    • Writing session outlines for marketing purposes
    • Researching and identifying topics for education courses
    • Coordinating the education content for the Young Super Network
    • Chairing conference and Young Super Network Committees who provide content support to various conferences and the YSN program

    What You Need to Have

    You must have:

    • Previous experience in putting together conference or educational content
    • Ability to research new ideas, trends and opportunities
    • Ability to work with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and roles
    • Proven track record in delivering projects on time and working under pressure
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks on different subjects constantly
    • Excellent verbal and written skills
    • Business acumen and entrepreneurial spirit
    • Convincing copywriting skills
    • Project management skills

    What You Also Need to Know

    Salary is commensurate with skills and experience. 

    AIST offers its staff a suite of generous benefits, supports flexible working arrangements and provides its staff with access to a number of health and wellbeing initiatives.

    AIST also supports a diverse and inclusive work environment as well as equal employment opportunities. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people of culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.

    If you meet the above criteria and would like the opportunity to be part of a hardworking but fun team in an industry that supports the future of all Australians, then please apply by close of business on Friday 4 May 2018.

    Whilst we appreciate the time and effort that you have taken to prepare and submit your application for this role, we advise that, in this case, only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

    To apply, please click here.

  • 24 Apr 2018 9:31 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    NiUG is the largest independent, not-for-profit iMIS user group internationally. NiUG Asia Pacific is a local independent user group dedicated to ensuring organisations that use iMIS maximise their investment, in the both the technology and the staff they employ to administer and utilise it.

    NiUG Asia Pacific is looking for a contractor to take on the administrative duties to assist the volunteer committee in the day to day operations of the Asia Pacific region.

    We are looking for someone up to 21 hours per week who ideally has some iMIS experience.

    The position will assist in the organisation of our connect & learns, discovery conference, new members, renewals, webinars and any other duties as required.

    A full position description can be found at https://www.niugap.org/NiUG/Jobs_Board/NiUGAsiaPacific/Jobs_Board.aspx?hkey=3a64a581-5570-4755-8bc9-97d3edf8c9e0  

    Should you be interested in the position or have any questions please contact Marni Bradley – Chair at membership@niugap.org. Applications close Friday 4th May 2018.

  • 16 Apr 2018 9:24 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Australian Dental Association is the peak National body for the dental profession encompassing the majority of dentists in Australia. A member organisation with Branches in every State and the Northern Territory, its goals are to support members by enhancing their ability to provide safe, high quality professional oral health care, encourage the improvement of the oral health of the public and promote the ethics, art and science of dentistry.

    In line with recent moves to mature our finance management capabilities, we’re seeking an experienced Financial Controller to join our team.

    Reporting to the General Manager, Corporate Services, this new role is responsible for partnering with key senior stakeholders and providing a range of accounting and reporting services as well as leading a variety of change projects across the organisation.

    You are a results driven leader and have the confidence, presence and demonstrated skills to lead a small team through continuous mentoring, learning and development. In addition, you will be hands-on and possess excellent knowledge of compliance reporting and budget preparation.

    CA/CPA qualified, you have extensive accounting experience and have excellent technical accounting skills. You will also have the confidence to engage and influence across the organisation.

    To apply for this job, click here.

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