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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  • 22 Jun 2017 2:01 PM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)
    • National accrediting authority for the Psychology profession in Australia
    • Broad role with diversity & challenge

    This is a superb opportunity to lead one of Australia’s highly regarded professional accreditation bodies and play a key role in ensuring the high quality of education and training for Psychology graduates.

    Reporting directly to the Board to implement APAC’s strategies and policies, you will support them in a range of governance and compliance functions, act as Public Officer and Company Secretary, and manage a small team to ensure the highest standards in all areas.

    For this important position that is responsible for maintaining strong working relationships with diverse stakeholders, you will need a sound understanding of accreditation practices, experience in corporate governance and staff management, and the ability to represent APAC publicly.

    If you have the skills, experience and integrity to lead this respected professional body, please apply to cv@dakinmayers.com.au by 3 July or call Philip Mayers on 9629 6999.

  • 19 Jun 2017 6:59 PM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)

    About the business and the role

    AUSVEG, the national industry representative body for the Australian vegetable industry, based 15-minutes east of the Melbourne CBD, is looking for an experienced Economist to provide comprehensive economic analysis specific to the needs of the vegetable industry.

    The AUSVEG Economist makes up part of the communications team and analyses available data sets to provide members of the vegetable industry with information on economic, business and market trends that can assist growers in making informed business decisions. The role will be required to work closely with the communications team to translate complex economic analysis into easy-to-understand materials, enabling growers to access up-to-date information on the industry. These materials include regular articles in industry publications and communications, conducting grower confidence surveys, producing discussion papers and ensuring information on the AUSVEG website is up-to-date and accurate.

    The AUSVEG Economist will also be required to analyse current economic trends and government policies to identify any potential impacts on the Australian vegetable industry and produce economic modelling to assist the AUSVEG Leadership Team and the wider industry.

    The successful applicant will ideally have demonstrable experience in analysing complex data sets, economic policy development and the production of high quality written and verbal communications targeted at both internal and external stakeholders. Tertiary qualifications in Economics or Commerce are essential for this role, and applicants must be able to demonstrate strong interpersonal skills as well as high level writing and comprehension skills.

    This role is funded as part of the Vegetable Industry Communications Program (Project code VG15027). This program is funded by Horticulture Innovation Australia using the national vegetable research and development levy and funds from the Australian Government.

    Key Selection Criteria

    • Demonstrable ability to undertake comprehensive and accurate economic analysis identifying trends and any subsequent opportunities that may exist.
    • Ability to translate complex information into user-friendly communication materials that can be easily understood by a broad range of audiences.
    • Demonstrable ability to produce economic models.
    • Excellent analytical skills and attention to detail.
    • Experience working as an Economist or similar position in a professional setting, supported by a tertiary qualification in Economics or Commerce.
    • High quality organisational skills with the ability to prioritise competing tasks.

    Please email employment@ausveg.com.au to request a full Position Description. Please supply a CV that includes two referees and a cover letter responding to the Key Selection Criteria.

  • 19 Jun 2017 6:34 PM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)

    Fire Protection Association Australia (FPA Australia) is the national peak body for fire safety that provides information, services and education to the fire protection industry and the community.

    Association members include manufacturers and suppliers of fire protection products and services, fire-fighters, building owners, insurers, designers and building surveyors, government and legislators, educators and anyone else working as part of the fire protection community to provide a safer environment for all Australians.A position for a full time Compliance Officer position reporting to the General Manager - Member & Industry Services is now available. The ideal candidate will have some fire industry experience and experience in auditing and compliance.

    The purpose of this role is to provide a full-time dedicated resource to develop and implement, in consultation with internal stakeholders, an auditing program for Association members and individuals accredited under the Association Accreditation Schemes. The compliance officer will also be responsible to develop and manage a complaints handling process for members and accredited individuals.

    The focus of this role is to ensure all Association members and accredited individuals comply with our terms and conditions of membership and accreditation. Develop an auditing program, thus allowing the Association to maintain a high level of compliance for both members and accredited individuals, to achieve improved safety outcomes.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Develop and maintain an Auditing program for current and future accreditation Schemes and FPA Australia Members
    • Receive and respond to complaints and reports from agencies, other departments and the public on alleged violations of the Associations Code of Practice and Code of Professional Conduct.
    • Conduct investigations, prepare evidence and provide recommendations in support of any action or resolution.
    • Prepare a variety of written reports, communication, and correspondence related to enforcement / planned corrective action activities.
    • Maintain accurate documentation and case files on all audits, investigations and inspections.
    • Assist in researching, drafting, and rewriting any of the Association's codes; participate in the development of forms and processes utilized to address various issues.

    To be considered for this role the successful candidate will be versatile and have the ability to time manage their day to meet the requirements of the position. The candidate will also need to demonstrate the following attribute, skills and experience

    Selection Criteria:

    • A minimum of 2 years previous experience in a communications/compliance role or similar.
    • Demonstrated high level of experience in Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), email and electronic document and record management systems
    • Experience in Auditing and/or compliance assessment
    • Strong attention to detail and ability to multitask
    • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing to our external and internal customers where required.
    • Proven ability in managing projects
    • A high level of motivation and commitment

    How to Apply

    If you think your skills and experience match the selection criteria above, we would love to hear from you. Please ensure you apply with a covering letter telling us why you will be ideal for the role.

    Please submit your cover letter and resume by applying here

    All applications received will be treated as strictly confidential.

    Applications close Friday 30 June 2017, unless the position is filled prior


  • 19 Jun 2017 6:26 PM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)

    The Urban Development Institute of Australia, New South Wales (UDIA NSW) is a leading industry body for the urban development sector, representing over 500 member companies. This is an exciting opportunity for a senior sales professional to join the team and be a part of the booming property development industry in Sydney.

    About the Role

    The Business Development Manager is responsible for generating revenue by maintaining and driving the growth of the membership base and securing sponsorship for events and campaigns in line with the annual budget.

    The ideal applicant would be self-motivated, dedicated and results driven. They would have a minimum 8 years' experience in a similar sales role and would have extensive experience in the development of sponsorship and membership growth strategies. Previous experience within an association or the property development industry would be well regarded.

    The Business Development Manager responsibilities include:

    Sponsorship

    • Developing and executing the annual sponsorship strategy
    • Securing sponsorship for all NSW events and campaigns annually
    • Securing sponsorship for National projects when required
    • Maintaining excellent relationships with existing sponsors
    • Building relationships with potential sponsors
    • Implementation and execution of the annual partnership program
    • Managing the delivery of contractual sponsor benefits and working with the Operations team to ensure that all sponsor benefits are met

    Membership

    • Developing and executing the annual membership strategy
    • Growing the membership base annually
    • Relationship management with current members
    • Identifying potential new members and creating strategies to engage them
    • Collaboration with other business units to produce marketing collateral

    Key competencies for this role are:

    • A strong background in sales with a demonstrated ability to close deals
    • Outstanding stakeholder management skills
    • Extensive experience in negotiation, business development, relationship management and brand management
    • Strong communication skills both written and oral
    • Understanding of industry associations and/or the property development industry
    • Ability to act with initiative and track performance against business plan
    • Ability to manage projects from conception to delivery
    • Experience managing a CRM system effectively to report member engagement
    • Uphold the values of the business and act with honesty and integrity in all dealings
    • Contribute to a culture of teamwork and collaboration within the organisation

    This is a great opportunity for a highly motivated sales individual looking for a challenging and rewarding role in a fast-moving environment. This full-time position will be based in the Sydney CBD.

    Base salary of $90K + attractive commission and bonus structure with realistic targets which could see the ideal applicant earn up to $140K.

    If you are interested in this role, please send your CV and a cover letter to Kylie Prince, kprince@udiansw.com.au today. Applications close 23 June 2017.

    UDIA NSW, 02 9262 1214, www.udiansw.com.au

  • 19 Jun 2017 6:17 PM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)
    • great team environment
    • parking available
    • Eight Mile Plains location

    Organisational context

    The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is the peak body representing the interests of more than 23,000 physiotherapists in Australia. It does so by advocating for access to quality physiotherapy services, providing leadership in the wider health landscape, creating lifelong information and learning opportunities for members, and working with stakeholders to support members' interests.

    Main purpose of the role

    To actively promote membership through retention and acquisition programs.

    To assist with operationalising the approved PD products that form the APA professional development (PD) calendar of events in QLD.

    To contribute to the branch operations that deliver on organisational priorities outlined in the APA strategic vision.

    Reporting to the Branch Coordinator the key responsibilities are:

    • lead the planning and delivery of branch member engagement activities in QLD
    • co-ordinate the delivery of member benefit presentations to targeted membership categories or key stakeholders
    • be responsible for providing pivotal liaison contact between the QLD branch and the APA Membership Unit to facilitate the effective delivery of the national membership recruitment campaign
    • contribute to the planning and delivery of national group professional development events included in the QLD PD calendar of events
    • in conjunction with the Branch Professional Development Officer (PDO), liaise with the Professional Development Unit to facilitate the efficient delivery of the Professional Development calendar of events
    • to assist with the logistics involved in delivering the QLD PD calendar of events including the development of accurate course budgets
    • provide content for branch communication and reporting as directed by the Branch Co-ordinator.
    • to enter data in IMIS in a timely manner that is accurate and in line with APA guidelines
    • provide a high level of customer service to internal and external stakeholders
    • participate in the delivery of member services as instructed by the Branch Co-ordinator, Manager, State Branches or General Manager, Professional Development & Member Groups
    • provide administrative support and general office duties that contribute to the efficient operation of the Branch Office as instructed by the Branch Co-ordinator.

    We offer a supportive and friendly work environment and the opportunity to work on a well-established education framework.

    If you are interested in the role and have what it takes please forward your resume and a cover letter by applying here. 

    The APA is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage applications from people with culturally diverse backgrounds.

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

    All candidates must have full Australian Working Rights.

    Only those successful in the selection process will be contacted.

    To apply for this role please click here

  • 19 Jun 2017 6:10 PM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)

    The National Retail Association (NRA) is Australia's largest and most representative retail industry organisation, operating now for almost 100 years. The NRA has over 20,000 stores and outlets amongst its membership, representing all sub-categories of retail and many areas of the services sector. The NRA is focused on industry advocacy and the provision of services to its members. NRA has an affiliate arrangement with Hardware Australia where this role will be focused.

    Your new role

    Working in a small team you will utilise your initiative, multitasking skills and enterprise in the following duties:

    • Responding to membership enquiries and promoting services;
    • Coordination of industry events, awards functions, golf days and expos in all states (including some interstate travel);
    • Administration support to Hardware Executive;
    • Data base management;
    • Coordination of communications, mailouts, EDM’s and assisting with monthly e-magazine; and
    • Assisting with updates to website, Facebook and social media

    Your skills and experience

    • Strong administration skills;
    • Demonstrated desire to take ownership and responsibility for your tasks;
    • Professional communication skills face to face, over the phone and via correspondence;
    • Excellent time management skills with the ability to prioritise and deliver within sometimes tight time frames;
    • Experience in end to end event management of events up to 200 people;
    • Strong computer proficiency across Word, Excel and data bases;
    • Previous exposure to Adobe suite, Indesign, Photoshop, PowerPoint, Mail Chimp and WordPress or similar programs would be a definite advantage; and
    • Previous experience in a membership organisation will be highly regarded

    Your reward

    In this full-time role based at NRA's Head Office, you will gain experience across a wide range of duties in a fast-paced exciting environment, where your ideas and creativity will be appreciated. Further training opportunities may be offered.

    A remuneration package of $51,000 including superannuation is offered.

    To apply for this role please click here

  • 19 Jun 2017 6:00 PM | Kerrie Green (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 Learning & Development Consultant is responsible for achieving revenue objectives as defined in the Annual Plan, by working as part of a team to manage all incoming and outbound membership enquiries received by telephone, email or other digital channels. The L&D consultant will drive new membership growth through inbound and outbound campaigns in relation to ACS products and services.

    Key Accountabilities:

    • Undertake a scheduled contact regime for new member onboarding and "welcome" engagements for members
    • Maintain a scheduled contact regime for member renewal calls
    • Delivery of timely, relevant and standardised learning and development solution proposals both in a B2C, B2B, and B2G context.
    • Assisting with the implementation, optimisation and iterations of individual member journeys and contact points
    • Providing sales support for identified accounts and insights to the client and ACS Account Manager for continual improvement and to deliver an exceptional account management and customer service experience
    • Delivery of technical information in a professional yet easy to understand manner, including advice regarding:
    • ACS member benefits, including relevant products and services through all channels – telephone, website, email and social
    • Competency based frameworks and assessment practices
    • The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) across both the Higher Education and Vocational Education and Training Sector
    • The Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA)
    • Support campaigns for national events and initiatives of significance
    • Support and assist with execution of marketing campaigns and contact of members and non-members to deliver campaign objectives
    • Articulation of SFIA, AQF, and professional development career and business benefits to both internal and external customers
    • Assess ACS professional development and skills training opportunities for alignment to the needs of specific member markets.

    Essential Requirements:

    • Experience in education, recruitment or corporate L&D.
    • Proven knowledge of educational trends, educational technology environment, and the higher education and VET landscapes
    • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
    • Certified Technologist or Certified Professional (ACS Professional Certification).

    Desirable Requirements

    • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
    • Certified Technologist or Certified Professional (ACS Professional Certification).
    • SFIA Accredited Consultant.

    Applications close 5pm, Friday 14 July 2017.

    Applicants must be legally entitled to work in Australia.

    To apply for this role please click here

  • 19 Jun 2017 5:56 PM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)

    The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC), is the peak industry representative body for mineral exploration and mining throughout Australia with a broad and diverse membership base. See www.amec.org.au for further information on the organisation.

    Reporting to the Executive Council of AMEC, the CEO is accountable for leading the development and execution of its long-term strategy with a view to creating strong outcomes for members. The two principal responsibilities lie in the area of membership support and in lobbying and advocacy for the mining and exploration sector. The CEO also plays an important role in supporting the Executive Council, whilst also leading a high performing and innovative team.

    This is an important and high profile executive role requiring an innovative leader with outstanding media, strategy development and lobbying skills. Intending applicants should be highly experienced at developing and managing relationships, analysing complex issues, garnering support and delivering successful outcomes for members. Previous experience in the management of a successful, membership based industry association is preferred.

    A competitive remuneration package to attract an outstanding candidate for the role. Initial telephone enquiries are welcome, and a copy of the Position Description is available by telephoning James Fairbairn on 08 9221 0744.

    Confidential applications should be made in Word format to Lester Blades – Executive Search, Selection & Retention at applications@lesterblades.com.au quoting Reference LB302012. We would prefer to receive your application by Monday 3rd July 2017.


  • 19 Jun 2017 5:44 PM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)

    Australian Mango Industry Association (AMIA) is the not for profit, peak body for the Australian mango industry. We are looking for an Industry Development Manager to join our team, based in Rocklea.

    Reporting to the CEO and working closely with the Supply and Communications, Finance and Marketing Managers, the role's responsibilities include:

    • Industry development through a range of activities, including representing industry on project reference groups, developing applications and managing project timelines and budgets.
    • Developing seasonal crop forecast.
    • Managing and undertaking on-farm quality testing.
    • Taking part in activities to extend current research outcomes to industry.
    • Working closely with industry and government organisations in review of policy and operational issues relating to export development.
    • Working closely with federal, state and territory government departments in responding to biosecurity issues.

    To be successful for this role you will demonstrate:

    • Sound communication, interpersonal and time-management skills.
    • Knowledge of Australian horticulture.
    • Flexibility and ability to travel extensively during the mango season (September - January).
    • Experience in mango or other crop industries is preferred.

    To apply for this job please click here. 

  • 19 Jun 2017 9:51 AM | Lisa King
    The Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists Inc (AACB) is a leading scientific, not for profit association representing scientists and pathologists working in clinical biochemistry throughout Australia and New Zealand. (www.aacb.asn.au)

    An exciting opportunity has become available for a person with strong organisational and interpersonal skills. Your strong client focus will be paramount to meet the expectations of the various stakeholders by delivering excellent service and advancing the standing of the AACB.

    You will be provided with an attractive remuneration package, ongoing professional development opportunities and a flexible working environment.


    The AACB is currently seeking an experienced Member Services Officer who will be based at our Sydney office in Mascot.

    Primary responsibilities:

    • Maintaining the membership database, assisting with membership growth, retention and driving membership engagement
    • Responding to membership enquiries, email and phone calls
    • Administration duties to assist the office and CEO, including reception and general office duties.
    • Supporting the activities of our branch committees
    • Providing exceptional customer service to AACB members through regular and consistent communication
    • Assisting with events as required, with attendance at national conferences
    • Ongoing upkeep of the AACB website

    Essential / Desirable criteria

    • HSC  essential, Tertiary qualifications would be desirable
    • Strong organizational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise a number of concurrent projects
    • Attention to detail and commitment to delivering high quality work
    • Previous experience with membership software applications
    • Ability to work well in a small team environment
    • Strong computer and telephone skills

    Click here for a copy of the full Position Description.

    To Apply:

    1. Provide a cover letter which addresses each of the selection criteria listed above.
    2. Attach a comprehensive up-to-date CV.
    3. Email applications attention to AACB Executive to office@aacb.asn.au

    Applications close 30 June 2017

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