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.

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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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  • 07 Mar 2018 9:08 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is a professional organisation that represents over 9000 veterinarians and students across Australia.

    We have an exciting opportunity to join the AVA in a position that balances your customer service ethic and administration skills. You will provide administrative support to our programs for larger veterinary employers, who purchase "entity membership" for their employees.

    To succeed you will need to demonstrate your experience in delivering:

    • excellent customer service to members, practice owners, entities and other key stakeholders
    • outbound telemarketing to members
    • membership business development
    • membership renewal and acquisition activities
    • administration and organisation skills
    • data entry, invoicing and processing payments for membership groups
    • good communications skills
    • building stakeholder relationships

    This is an ideal opportunity to progress your career within a values-based organisation that supports one of Australia's most trusted professions. You'll also become part of the AVA family, working in flexible, friendly and positive employee focused culture and a great team environment.

    We will consider flexibility with this position as 3 days part time, depending on candidate interest.

    If your skills and experience meet our requirements for this role, please apply by submitting your resume and cover letter through SEEK. Interested candidates must be living in Australia with appropriate working visa.

  • 07 Mar 2018 9:04 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is a professional organisation that represents over 9000 veterinarians and students across Australia.

    We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced manager to join us as an Executive Officer, and provide leadership for our NSW Division.

    You'll work collaboratively with the groups executive committee to plan and coordinate advocacy, membership and development initiatives. You will be supported by a small team, and have access to other specialist roles within our National Office.

    To succeed you will need to demonstrate:

    • management and leadership experience
    • excellent stakeholder engagement and influencing skills
    • experience in developing strategy and sound business acumen
    • ability to drive business growth
    • experience in advocacy, writing submissions, policy development and dealing with government
    • financial management skills
    • experience in a changing digital environment
    • excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field
    • Suitable for a veterinarian

    This is a rare opportunity to take your career to the next level, in a values based organisation that supports one of Australia's most trusted profession. You'll also become part of the AVA family, working in flexible, friendly and positive employee focused culture and a great team environment.

    There is an opportunity to work less than 5 days per week.

    If your experience meets our requirements, please apply by submitting your resume and cover letter to or hit APPLY. Further enquires may also be directed to

    Interested candidates must be living in Australia with appropriate working visa.

  • 06 Mar 2018 12:39 PM | Kate Geden

    Location - Wellington 

    • Professional membership organisation
    • Small friendly office in CBD
    • Interesting and varied full-time role

    The NZCPHM is a not-for-profit organisation that provides professional support, continuing professional development and specialist training for public health medicine specialists and registrars.

    You will be responsible for website updates and for producing the College’s monthly e-newsletter.  You will also be the key support person for our Policy Committee and the main point of contact for doctors engaging in our Tracking of Professional Standards programme.

    This interesting and varied role requires a people person with excellent communication and organisational skills. Ideally you will have:

    ·         An interest in health and public policy

    ·         Effective communication skills, especially in writing

    ·         Ability to research and contribute to draft policy statements

    ·         A warm yet professional interpersonal style

    ·         A good sense of humour and the ability to relate well in a small office environment

    ·         Flexibility and a can-do attitude

    ·         Strong organisational skills and meticulous attention to detail

    ·         Previous experience coordinating meetings and taking minutes

    ·         Strong grasp of Outlook, Word, Publisher and Excel

    This role may suit a recent graduate or an experienced administrator.

    Please apply by submitting your CV and cover letter to Applications close 8am Wednesday 21 March 2018.

    The job description is available on the College website.

    For further information contact Pam Watson, General Manager at, phone (04) 472 7659.

  • 02 Mar 2018 1:29 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Title: Conferences Manager

    Location: Richmond, Victoria

    Employment type: Two-year, fixed term full time (part time hours may be negotiated)

    Salary: Negotiated

    Reports to: Marketing and Events Manager

    Further information: Savio D’sa on (03) 9940 3900

    About Audiology Australia

    Audiology Australia is the peak professional association representing audiologists in Australia. Established in 1968, it has a current membership of over 2,500 audiologists representing approximately 98% of the profession. Audiology Australia’s mission is to provide leadership in the science and practice of audiology through advocacy, education and networking. We enable audiologists to deliver the highest standards of person-centred care.

    Audiology Australia provides professional accreditation for audiologists. Professional accreditation by Audiology Australia is a requirement to provide audiological services that fall under Medicare, the Hearing Services Program, state and territory work cover schemes, as well as many private health funds.

    The profession of audiology is self-regulating, and Audiology Australia strives to help our members achieve the highest standards when delivering services to their clients.

    About the office

    You will be part of a small team based at the National Office in Richmond, Victoria. Audiology Australia is an equal opportunity employer and provides a flexible and supportive working environment. Employees may therefore request flexible work arrangements to assist them in balancing work and life commitments. Applicants are encouraged to discuss flexible arrangements with the contact person during the recruitment process.

    About the Role

    An exciting opportunity currently exists for a suitably experienced and motivated individual to join Audiology Australia in the full-time position of Conferences Manager (part time hours maybe negotiated for the right candidate). The Conferences Manager is required to oversee and manage the delivery and implementation of Audiology Australia’s flagship national conferences. Please note this position requires some travel to administer events in other Australian States and Territories and will require some out of regular office hour’s work.

    The successful applicant will need to demonstrate:

    • 5+ years’ experience in end-to-end conference management
    • Experience and/or understanding of membership-based organisations
    • Ability to plan daily workloads and prioritise schedules and meet deadlines
    • Excellent communication skills and ability to build rapport with key stakeholders
    • Proven ability to work both independently and in a team
    • Well-developed administrative and organisational skills
    • Genuine desire to provide a memorable and positive experience for all stakeholders

    Key Selection Criteria:


    • Tertiary qualifications in Conference Management with 5+ years’ largescale conference management experience
    • Demonstrated experience developing conference related operational manuals, templates and timelines
    • Strong project management skills with ability to prepare and manage budgets
    • Experience in managing and negotiating with a range of suppliers
    • Advanced Microsoft Office application and database skills in particular event management software and CRM experience. (preferably Events Air)
    • Knowledge and experience with speaker and abstract management software and experience with complex scientific or academic programs.
    • Experience with website content management tools (WordPress or similar) and conference apps
    • Excellent organisational skills with an ability to delegate and manage multiple projects
    • Experience managing room blocks across multiple hotels
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
    • Ability to work with minimal supervision within a team environment and work cooperatively with key stakeholders
    • Preparedness to work in a ‘hands-on’ capacity


    Experience working in a conference management role, preferably within a Member Association or Professional Conference Organiser (PCO) environment

    Application Process:

    To learn more about Audiology Australia, visit our website For more information on this position, please contact the Marketing and Events Manager, Savio D’sa on (03) 9877 2727

    Your application should include:

    1. cover letter (please include your salary expectations);

    2. resume, and;

    3. a brief description addressing each of the key selection criteria

    You may apply through SEEK or email Savio D’sa, Marketing and Events Manager at

    Applications close 5pm on Tuesday 13th March 2018. (Please note that interviews are currently scheduled to be conducted on Monday 19th March 2018).

  • 28 Feb 2018 10:25 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)
    • Entry level, new graduate role
    • Contribute to growing NZMA membership and profile
    • Busy and supportive small team environment
    • Develop and implement marketing initiatives

    The New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA) is the professional body for medical practitioners in New Zealand and represents doctors across all areas of medicine, including General Practitioners, Specialists, Resident Medical Officers and Medical Students.

    The NZMA aims to provide leadership to the medical profession, promoting professional unity and values and advocating for the health of all New Zealanders.

    Reporting to the Communications Manager, the Marketing Coordinator will provide support for activities aimed at boosting NZMA membership. You will have the opportunity to gain experience working across the marketing discipline to help retain and increase membership, including researching and testing new ways of building membership, and coordinating the marketing and sponsorship arrangements for students and Resident Medical Officers. You will also be a social media whizz, organise events, keep the website up-to-date and do some general admin. Ideally, you will have layout and design skills to produce NZMA marketing resources.

    Person Profile:

    • Marketing qualification
    • High quality written and oral communication skills
    • Experienced and creative social media operator
    • Excellent skills in web-based marketing tools
    • Creative thinking and problem solving skills
    • Demonstrates initiative, sound judgement, discretion and integrity
    • Ability to prioritise multiple tasks to meet deadlines and deliver high quality work
    • Sound understanding of customer service and customer relations
    • Flexibility in approach
    • Layout and design skills desirable
    • A team player comfortable working in a small organisation

    Please send your CV, along with a covering letter, to Tessa O'Brien, Personal Assistant -

    A position description is available on request.

    Applications close Monday 5 March.

  • 28 Feb 2018 10:17 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    About us:

    The Restaurant Association is the leading business support organization for the hospitality industry, dedicated to helping member businesses of all sizes grow and prosper. We connect businesses to peers, industry leaders and government to create opportunities and influence change. Through our expert advice and business solutions we help businesses become more productive, competitive and profitable.

    We deliver a diverse portfolio of events from our Regional Awards programmes, Hospitality Summit, Regional Golf Days and more.

    Our culture:

    Our team is passionate, authentic, innovative, and above all - we are excited by what we do! We work as a team to achieve our goals. We have created an environment that encourages innovation, creative thinking and recognizes success.

    The opportunity - entry level:

    We are seeking someone with some events & sponsorship experience to assist our Events and Sponsorship Manager put together our exciting lineup of national events. This is a unique opportunity to gain sought after experience assisting to produce end to end events across New Zealand for a highly respected membership organisation. This is the perfect role for someone looking for variety and scope. You will be essential in executing a sponsorship strategy for our events that delivers events aligned to our members and the wider hospitality industry needs. Our aim for our events is to promote all the wonderful things we do as an Association and highlight the success of our industry. You will assist in the implementation and follow-up of all our events, as well as assisting with managing contractors and volunteers in each of our regions for designated events. You will also be working very closely with our Events and Sponsorship Manager.

    Some of your tasks will include:

    • Assisting our Manager with the sponsorship plan for this year and beyond.
    • Working closely with volunteers and contractors to ensure tailored event content.
    • Working closely with our Events and Sponsorship Manager following her instructions on what needs to be completed and when.
    • Assist in executing the events across the business units.
    • Support the improvement of member engagement in our events.
    • Assist with driving long-term sponsorship, agreements and business development.
    • Assist with end-to-end coordination of all events e.g. marketing, speaker coordination, media relations.
    • Assist with driving our regional awards events programme and engagement with key stakeholders.
    • Ensure events are professionally run and maximising benefits for the whole organization.
    • Prepare support collateral across multiple channels (website, social media, e-news, media, events, front-line meetings).

    What do we look for in a Sponsorship and Events Coordinator?

    • To excel in this role you will need to have some experience (inc study), with high profile events and be passionate about achieving quality outcomes.
    • Confident in front of a variety of senior stakeholders, both internally and externally.
    • Loves to travel - nationally.
    • Experience/ or desire for experience in handling sponsorship relationships.
    • Ability to work well in a small team.
    • Some knowledge of events and a strong desire to know more.
    • Engaging, outgoing and personable.
    • Proactive with outstanding time management skills.
    • Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Exceptional attention to detail.
    • Friendly, outgoing personality to fit in with the current ethos of the team.
    • Willingness to learn and a can-do attitude.

    In return, you will have the opportunity to part of a diverse event programme in an exciting and challenging role that provides a fantastic opportunity to further develop your career.

    Does this sound like you? To apply, please click here.

    Applications close on the 5 March 2018.

  • 28 Feb 2018 9:57 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    You will be part of the Insight and Analytics team working extensively with a wide range of clients across the AA's business units, transforming data into insights that drive informed business decision making. To fit into our team you will need to manage expectations and be confident to stand your own ground when necessary.

    We are looking for someone with exceptional statistical modelling ability, data interpretation skills and a good understanding of a range of data manipulation and analysis techniques. Outstanding problem solving, logic and thinking capabilities are required and you will have excellent communication skills.

    The ability to effectively articulate results and recommendations and lead key client relationships into informed business decision making will be a large part of this role.

    This role will see you using a range of statistical modelling procedures including: segmentation analysis, acquisition modelling, econometric modelling and lapse modelling.

    There will also be the opportunity to develop your skills in Business Reporting, Digital Analytics and Market Research.

    We are looking for someone who has a degree and at least two years' experience working as an analyst with a statistical modelling focus; however we are keen to hear from exceptional Statistics graduates.

    To apply, please click here

    The AA is much more than its Roadservice roots. We offer vehicle testing services, WoF, vehicle repairs and service, driver licensing, driver education, tourism, insurances, advocacy, advice and many Member benefits that include fuel discounts, free professional eye checks, free driving lessons and free maps.

    We exist to provide excellent service, guidance and value to our 1.6 million Members - this is the heart of the AA and defines everything we do.

  • 28 Feb 2018 9:53 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Are you the Digital Community Coordinator we are looking for?

    We need a passionate marketer who has an eye for digital design and a sixth sense about the customer journey.

    You will have 3-5 years' proven experience in a hands-on marketing role where you have learned all the basics and you will have a tertiary media qualification or similar.

    You must love the idea of our sector and recognise how critical early learning is.

    You will know your way around the Google Suite and Facebook for Business, be competent in InDesign and/or Illustrator and spotting the Adobe CS5 logo on your desktop should not freak you out!

    The role involves managing the look and feel of AKA's online footprint, creating & curating a range of written content, video & graphics for different audiences. Experience managing supplier relationships, specifically around web and search will be an advantage.

    You will need plenty of initiative, be equally useful in a team or working on your own, have the confidence to speak your mind while remaining respectful to your colleagues and be super-responsive and capable.

    Grace under pressure, and a sense of humour is critical in this team. We want someone who doesn't take themselves too seriously but is fully serious about what they do.

    If you love what you do and can hit the ground running, you need to apply now - go to our careers site at and enter job ref 8464 (please do not apply through Seek). Please note: applications for this position close on Friday, 9th March.

    And in the eternal Mac versus PC debate, our Marketing team is firmly Team Apple!

    You must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand and have a full, clean driver's licence to be considered for this position.

    Our Extraordinary Organisation

    Auckland Kindergarten Association (AKA) is an iconic organisation, with a rich history dating back to 1908. Today, we remain dedicated to our core purpose of providing outstanding early childhood education experiences that engage young children and their families throughout the Auckland Region.

    And we do this through the extraordinary people who work at AKA and across our network of 107 kindergartens, 5 KiNZ care and education centres and 5 Playgroups that serve Auckland children and their families and the communities they are part of.

    To apply, please click here

  • 28 Feb 2018 9:47 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)
    • Permanent full time role
    • Based in Wellington (role to be hosted by Wellington Zoo)

    The Zoo and Aquarium Association (ZAA) is seeking a Relationships & Collection Development Manager to support the execution of the ZAA strategic pillars in New Zealand, specifically Government Advocacy, Member Engagement and Species Management.

    ZAA is the peak industry body representing the zoo and aquarium community throughout New Zealand, Australia and PNG. The Association has 99 member organisations which include zoos, aquariums, museums and universities.

    The Association participates in a number of New Zealand's threatened species recovery programmes as well as managing the coordination of breeding programmes and setting the level of professional standards and animal welfare standards and practices for its members.

    Across the Australasian region, ZAA members engage with an estimated 22 million visitors and provide education to over 1 million students each year. They support 639 conservation projects across 46 countries around the world, investing over $20m each year on programmes to protect threatened species in the wild.

    ZAA members care for 342 species that are classified as threatened in the wild, and a total of 2,440 species. The Association aims to enhance these activities by enabling and facilitating collaboration across the members.


    • Annual plan development for New Zealand Government advocacy, species management and regional collection planning
    • Relationship development with key government stakeholders in the context of native recovery programmes, species planning, import health standards processes and other relevant standards and guidelines
    • Execution of NZ species programme and a key stakeholder in the regional collection plan
    • Planning, communication and coordination with local NZ taxon advisory groups and species coordinators
    • Coordination of national recovery programmes in conjunction with relevant stakeholders
    • Contribution as required to ZAA's regional Australasian Species Management Committee and the ZAA NZ Committee
    • Delivery of New Zealand ZAA member support via professional communication skills, support of their species programme plans and training and coordination of database tools
    • Database management and reporting processes to support species programme management and strategic goals


    • Tertiary qualification in science and/or appropriate experience
    • Understanding of progressive zoo and aquarium processes and ethos
    • Knowledge of the principles of small population biology
    • An understanding of biosecurity
    • Excellent communication, relationship development and stakeholder management skills
    • Proficient in Microsoft office suite and other database tools
    • Attention to detail
    • Strong initiative
    • Managing multiple tasks and prioritisation

    To learn more, please visit our website

    Applications close 9 March 2018 at 5pm

    To apply, please click here

  • 26 Feb 2018 12:41 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    About Engineers Australia

    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 this opportunity

    This is a key client support role within the BD team, driving B2C lead conversion, identifying new opportunities, providing research capability, and working on identified projects.

    To be successful you will have sound oral, written communication and presentation skills, excellent attention to detail and be a great team player. Your enthusiasm and energy will see you succeed in this fast paced team.

    Key tasks will include:

    • Partnering with Business Development team to convert EA credential and product leads;
    • Supporting business to business research work for the Business Development Team;
    • Delivering project work focused on assisting the team to achieve the business results required;
    • Sourcing business leads for the wider Business Development team to develop further sales opportunities;
    • Recording and maintaining sales activities and information gathered on our internal CRM.

    Do you have what we want?

    As the successful applicant you will be an enthusiastic team player, committed to providing outstanding service and be people orientated and sales focused, complimented by the following skills, experience and attributes:

    • Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills;
    • Proven telesales ability;
    • Ability to close a sale.
    • Ability to conduct negotiations, influence and interact at all levels.
    • Ability to consult with a wide range of stakeholders including openness to new ideas and differing viewpoints, and capacity for advocacy and consensus-building.
    • Good attention to detail and a demonstrated commitment to achieving quality outcomes.
    • Salesforce Experience preferable.

    Want to make this opportunity yours?

    To apply, please click here.

    If this exciting opportunity appeals to you and you have what it takes to really take charge of this role, please submit a Cover Letter outlining your relevant experience along with a current Resume.

    A copy of the Position Description is available on our website at:

    For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity, please contact Noel Dos Santos on 03 9321 1726

    Applications close: 11 March 2018

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