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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 Aug 2017 2:09 PM | Kate Geden

    General Manager, NZ College of Public Health Medicine

    •        Leadership and management  role
    •        Professional membership organisation
    •        Multi-talented individual sought

    The New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine is the professional membership organisation representing the specialty of public health medicine in New Zealand. The College delivers high quality specialist training to registrars; monitors and supports the continuing professional development of its fellows; advocates for policies and practices that promote public health; and provides a range of services to its members.

    The General Manager is responsible for the overall management of the staff, finances, general business, projects and initiatives. The role is varied and interesting, requiring a wide range of skills. In particular you will need the ability to engage and communicate at a range of levels.

    The College is based in a friendly office in central Wellington, with its members spread nationally and internationally. The GM is well supported by a small staff team and an elected governance Council. Occasional travel will be required.

    To apply, please send your curriculum vitae and covering letter to

    Applications close: 5pm, Thursday 7 September 2017

    For further information, view the position description here or contact the current General Manager on or 04 472 9183.

  • 17 Aug 2017 9:32 AM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)

    The Organisation

    Our client is reputable and long-established, not-for-profit organisation and health promotion charity that helps thousands of Queenslanders every year. They provide a variety of support, services, education and information to individuals, families and the health, aged and disability sectors. They also fund research initiatives and provide an essential link between the community and support services to ensure that their clients can face the future with confidence and independence.

    Job Description

    The Fundraising and Marketing Manager position is a newly created role. This is a rare opportunity to join a unique organisation in a start-up role, where you can actively drive the development and implementation of their integrated fundraising, marketing and communications strategy. You will focus on fundraising, marketing and communications objectives by delivering innovative activities and events. Reporting to the CEO you will play an integral role in raising income and the awareness they need to deliver services to their clients.

    Key Selection Criteria

    About you:

    • Proven experience in a similar position within the fundraising and/or marketing and communications (health sector well regarded).
    • Relevant tertiary qualifications (Fundraising, Marketing, Media, Communications and Public Relations well regarded).
    • CFRE credential, or be willing to undertake as part of your commitment to your own ongoing professional development.
    • Membership of FIA, APRIA, AMI or similar association well regarded.
    • Well-developed interpersonal skills and ability to effectively engage with internal and external stakeholders.
    • Passionate, focused and driven with a desire to produce quality work and outcomes.
    • Motivated, responsible, diligent and you take pride and ownership of your work.
    • Enjoy working autonomously and as part of a small team while being both strategic and hands on.

    Skills and Experience:

    • Proven ability to develop and monitor strategic fundraising plans including budgets and forecasts.
    • Proven success delivering revenue growth from philanthropic sources.
    • Proven experience working with a range of stakeholders including clients, families, service providers and government agencies and success in influencing these stakeholders in a sensitive manner.
    • Strong networking and communication skills with the ability to attend events which may be outside work hours.
    • Ability to multi-task / time manage to deliver successful outcomes on a variety of concurrent projects.
    • Demonstrated competence in the use of MS Office suite and social media platforms
    • Strong understanding of CRM databases, ThankQ, Raisers’ Edge or iMIS well regarded.
    • General office administration skills and record maintenance.
    • Current, Open, Queensland Driver’s licence.

    To apply, upload your covering letter, succinctly outlining how you meet the key selection criteria along with your CV  by clicking here. 

    Applications close by 22nd September 2017. The recruitment process will commence immediately.

    What’s On Offer:

    • Competitive salary with tax incentives.
    • Mentoring from the CEO, who has a quality focus and best practice standards.
    • Grow your expertise and make the role your own.
    • Access to professional development opportunities.
    • Opportunity to make a major difference in people’s lives.
    • Full-time 3-year contract.
    • Located in the Southern Suburbs of Brisbane with ample on street parking.

    For more information about this position please contact Rena Watson, HR Business Partner on 07 3287 2266.

  • 15 Aug 2017 6:23 PM | Julie Young

    The Institute of Internal Auditors - Australia is seeking a Professional Development Content Developer who will report to the Manager Professional Development. The position is permanent, full time, located in Sydney CBD.

    The Professional Development Content Developer is responsible for managing and growing IIA-Australia’s suite of training and professional development programs.  This is a hands-on role that encompasses all aspects of creating and delivering relevant professional development programs, including, working with the Professional Development Committee to develop and execute the PD Strategy; research; design; scheduling; speaker selection; marketing and sales; facilitator and client liaison; contract management; budgeting; and answering course enquiries. The incumbent will also be required to manage the IIA-Australia’s annual member webcast program and provide support in supporting the PD Manager in developing conference programs, and perform general office duties when necessary.


    1.  Identify and develop training programs to meet current needs of members and other customers
    2. Develop course content, session outlines, key learning outcomes and course structures in conjunction with subject matter experts
    3. Supporting the Professional Development Committee in delivering its strategic objectives and provide secretarial support of this committee
    4. Generate marketing initiatives to drive interest in public courses, in-house training programs, webcasts and other professional development activities
    5. Manage all aspects of in-house training including responding to client briefs, undertaking training needs analysis, identifying and engaging with appropriate facilitators, preparing proposals, contract administration, facilitator administration, post course evaluations and sales call where required
    6. Manage all aspects of the professional development webcasts including the identification of ‘hot’ topics, identifying and briefing the best presenter to deliver the webcast, contract administration, coordinating webcast arrangements, and post webcast evaluations
    7. Identify subject matter experts in topic areas and establish a pool of high quality facilitators for training courses, webcasts and activities
    8. Liaise with subject matter experts to support the review, refresh and development course outlines and materials.
    9. Contribute to the development of the professional development budget
    10. Track expenditure on facilitators’ travel, accommodation, training materials, and webcasts and identify initiatives to reduce costs
    11. Prepare weekly status reports on all public and in-house activities and achievement of revenue targets
    12. Manage and maintain the Aptify CRM system in respect of all professional development activities

    Requirements of the role

    1.  Experience in instructional design and/or needs analysis
    2. Strong research and analytical skills
    3. Sales drive and results driven (tenacity)
    4. Customer focused to respond to the needs of members
    5. Proven ability to work to and achieve revenue targets in a strategic manner
    6. Demonstrated agility in responding rapidly to market opportunities and delivering profitable outcomes
    7. Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
    8. A team player (across the business)
    9. Ability to work autonomously on driving the IIA-Australia’s training and professional development program
    10. Degree qualified in a relevant discipline an advantage
    11. Certificate IV in Training and Assessment an advantage
    12. Experience working with committees desirable
    13. Knowledge of using CRM database systems

    Resume and CV may be sent to Closing date for applications is 29 August 2017.

  • 15 Aug 2017 6:15 PM | Julie Young

    The Institute of Internal Auditors - Australia is  seeking a Professional Development Administrator who will report to the Professional Development Manager. The position is permanent, full time, based in Sydney CBD.

    The Professional Development Administrator is responsible for the fulfilment of IIA-Australia’s professional development activities – which entails providing administrative and secretarial support for members meetings, training courses, webinars and conferences. This role also includes significant front line customer contact as the key point of contact for the IIA-Australia’s professional development activities.


    • Setting up in events in Aptify (IIA-Australia’s CRM)
    • Taking calls and answering general enquiries with regard all the Institute’s professional development activities 
    • Managing and processing registrations (data entry, receiving, confirming, taking payment, invoicing, database recording, sending confirmation letters)
    • Making follow–up calls – Outstanding payments, potential sales leads and speaker follow-ups  
    • Sourcing fulfilment suppliers such as venues, name badges and lanyard suppliers etc
    • Booking training venues and confirming catering requirements
    • Preparation of documents for events (attendance and sign on lists, CPE certificates and name badges(and quality reviewing data before producing documents)
    • Preparing, printing and dispatching of course materials
    • Preparing event coordination material, such as run sheets, speaker bios, slide decks, speaker briefs, chairman packs, VIP schedules and exhibitor manuals
    • Preparation of and extracting reports from the database for professional development  (tracking attendee numbers, types of registrations, budget tracking) for weekly statistical reporting and post event reporting
    • Preparing and sending speaker contract letters and booking speaker flights and hotels
    • General oversight of on-site registration desks
    • Completion of event close off – following up invoices and payments, CPE allocations into database and data entry of evaluations
    • Provision of general office support across departments - Data entry, general filing, mail outs and record keeping duties
    • Exploring process project management streamlining opportunities utilising the IIA-Australia’s CRM system

    Requirements of the role

    • Attention to detail a must
    • Customer service skills
    • Knowledge of using CRM data base systems
    • Taking responsibility, initiative and a “can do” attitude
    • Project management skills and multi-tasking
    • Previous event coordination experience in a professional association or commercial environment is desirable
    • Ability to work extended hours when required and travel interstate

    Resume and CV may be sent to

    Closing date: 29 August 2017

  • 15 Aug 2017 1:32 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Job Title: Events and Membership Manager
    Business Group/Function: Connect
    Reports to: CEO
    Direct Reports: Events and Membership Coordinator

    We are the champions for high quality recreation. We care about New Zealanders being active, healthy and connected through recreation. We are contributing something meaningful for New Zealanders. We are courageous navigators, always accessible and authentic, and we embody the spirit of manaakitanga. We are NZRA.

    Job Purpose

    This is your chance to be part of the ‘go-to’ organisation for professionals involved in recreation throughout New Zealand. You will be a self-driven champion for recreation with a strong ability to conceptualise and see the big picture, as well as the creativity to bring concepts into reality.

    With a national focus, you will lead the development of a flexible connection platform that allows different ways to belong to NZRA, provides different ways to regularly connect both locally and nationally (face-to-face and virtually), broadens and strengthens peoples connections, and leads to knowledge sharing, learning and identification of new opportunities.

    You will develop and implement a membership strategy to grow NZRA’s reach into the industry, and manage an events programme to facilitate strong connections/networks within the industry.

    Key accountabilities


    • To provide strategic oversight of the events programme with a focus on engaging existing and prospective members.
    • Work with NZRA staff and membership to design and implement an events programme that supports the organisation’s offering to its members and the wider recreation community, and achieves connectedness and capability development in the workforce.


    • To develop and deliver a membership strategy.
    • To work with the CEO to develop targets for membership and member services revenue.
    • To work with the Communications & Marketing Coordinator to manage member focused marketing and communication activities.
    • To ensure the renewal process is designed to maximise member retention.
    • To develop strategies for re-engaging past members who are still eligible for membership.
    • To provide regular and useful insights to the CEO and Board on the membership performance of the organisation.
    • To regularly review the structure of membership and subscription fees.
    • To successfully coordinate specific projects related to membership that may be required from time to time such as development of NZRA’s membership and connection platforms

    Person Specification

    Knowledge and Experience:

     Essential Desirable 
    • Qualifications/experience working within an events and membership context
    • Understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing the recreation industry
    • Understanding of the organisation and roles that comprise the recreation industry
    • Well-developed written and verbal communication skills
    • Well-developed interpersonal skills
    • MS Office including PowerPoint, Word, Excel and Outlook to intermediate level
    • Ability in a range of IT systems including membership, events and webinar systems
    • Accredited Recreation Professional status
    • Experience at chairing and/or facilitating meetings

    Attributes & Abilities

    • Personal credibility
    • Trustworthy
    • Willingness to learn
    • Self-motivated
    • Resilient
    • Takes personal accountability

    Physical & Psychological Requirements

    • Maintain the personal resilience to successfully manage situations involving heightened levels of emotion and interpersonal conflict
    • Ability to undertake stakeholder visits including staying away from home on consecutive nights
    • Maintain an appropriate level of health and fitness to work sitting, standing or walking whilst maintaining a high level of energy and involvement with work tasks.

    To apply, email applications to

    Closing date is 5pm on 20 August 2017.

  • 15 Aug 2017 9:26 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    About the Role

    Providing elderly Victorians with quality care and a safe, affordable home for 150 years

    Raise funds through philanthropic grants and a relationship fundraising program

    Fixed two year contract (flexible, 0.8 – 1.0 FTE)

    The Role

    This is a new position playing a vital role in the sustainability and growth of OCAV. Reporting to the CEO and working closely with the communications consultant you will develop and implement a fundraising strategy aimed at increasing philanthropic revenue.

    As OCAV approaches its 150th anniversary it is an exciting time to identify and engage their supporter base. In line with their capital works projects, you will develop philanthropic support through major donations, bequests and grants.

    You will

    • Implement a strategy for bequests, philanthropy and government grants resulting in increased revenue
    • Develop, implement and manage fundraising programs and campaigns with the support of a grants consultant
    • Research and identify prospects with a view to nurturing long term relationships
    • Increase income by making asks and/or facilitating asks through OCAV’s bequest program
    • Manage budgets and track/report on the success of fundraising activities

    Skills Required

    This role would be suited to a relationship fundraiser with experience working in bequests and/or major relationship management where you have raised significant funds. You have a deep understanding and appreciation of best practice philanthropy and fundraising combined with personal maturity and sophistication.

    You have well developed staff and budget management skills and ideally have managed major investment strategies. You currently hold a senior role as a Fundraising or Development Manager and have a proven track record in securing support across all the recognised disciplines, while delivering a superb and consistent experience to donors.

    Bring your experience to a growing organisation committed to providing elderly Victorians with a dignified and engaged quality of life.

    About the Organisation

    The Old Colonists’ Association of Victoria (OCAV) provides elderly Victorians with a safe and affordable home and ongoing care.

    Currently they have 4 estates, housing nearly 500 residents and over 300 staff and volunteers. Their unique, community village style accommodation offers dignified living and both a happy place to live and work.

    Due to demand for their services OCAV has ambitious plans to expand. With a commitment to both innovation and quality they will build on and beyond their current sites, position themselves as an employer of choice and strengthen their relationships within the community.

    Click apply, submitting your resume and cover letter in MS Word Format quoting reference #33783 or phone Emma Adams on 03 8319 4090 for more information.

  • 14 Aug 2017 2:17 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    About the Motor Neurone Disease Association of WA:

    The Motor Neurone Disease Association of WA is the specialist organisation providing support, advocacy, education and information for people living with this rapidly progressive neurological condition. We also provide support networks for carers, raise awareness and promote research. Our mission is to have a world free from MND

    About the role:

    As the Executive Officer, you will lead a dedicated team of MND Advisors, the Fundraising and Events Manager and the Education and Support Coordinator; with members, clients and their carers being our main focus.

    In addition to managing your team, you will attend Committee of Management meetings to provide meaningful and concise reports to aid strategic decision making, identify relevant opportunities for growth and present a business case for each.

    Your responsibilities will include:

    • Programme management and development
    • Financial management and administration
    • Public relations and advocacy
    • HR and people management
    • Health Department reporting

    The Benefits:

    You will be rewarded with a competitive remuneration package including salary sacrificing and the opportunity to work within the network of the Centre for Neurological Support.

    Desired Skills:

    You will have strong management and leadership skills, with the ability to communicate effectively with staff, members and key stakeholders. An understanding of financial management and budgeting is also a pre-requisite.

    Previous experience of government reporting requirements, fundraising and advocacy will be advantageous.

    How to apply:

    To apply, click here. Job description and selection criteria may be downloaded from our website Initial enquires may be made to Cara Ilsley on 6457 7255. Applications close at 9am Monday 28th August 2017.

  • 14 Aug 2017 2:07 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Established in 1963, AANT has a strong membership of over 20,000 Territory residents and delivers a diverse and growing range of premium commercial services including: Road Side Service, Battery Sales, Petrol Discounts, Home, Contents and Travel Insurance, Travel Products and Services. In addition, AANT has a role to effectively leverage the Australian Automobile Association to pursue public policy areas and ensure that NT residents receive meaningful benefits through national and local partnerships.

    A dynamic, motivated & experienced canditate is sought for the role of Chief Executive Officer and who will report to the Committee of AANT and with the following capabilities:

    • ability to manage a business and the administration team in efforts to achieve goals set by the strategic plan for the benefit of AANT members
    • ability to effectively manage the business of AANT so as to maximise revenue, efficiency and membership value;
    • an in depth understanding of the principles of corporate governance;
    • demonstrated commercial acumen;
    • demonstrated understanding of retail sales and innovation;
    • ability to manage partnerships with NT stakeholders and interstate motoring clubs;
    • to develop and review public policies.

    Applications close: Saturday August 26, 2017

    To download the position description visit or contact Council Member Suzanne Morgan on 0429 808 022.

    To apply, click here

  • 05 Aug 2017 7:29 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    ECIA VIC/TAS is the peak body for early childhood intervention in Victoria and Tasmania and our vision is for young children of all abilities to fully participate in family and community life. Our purpose is to lead and strengthen professionals and organisations that provide early intervention support services for young children.

    The Policy Advisor reports to the CEO and is a pivotal in identifying policy goals and emerging issues, providing high quality reports and advice, and working collaboratively with ECIA VIC/TAS staff and members to identify opportunities to strengthen policy development, advocacy and partnership opportunities.

    The successful candidate will have experience working in a policy or advocacy position, high level written and analytical skills, and a proven ability to develop and maintain effective partnerships with a range of stakeholders.

    Competitive remuneration with salary packaging opportunities available.

    Great work environment and location.

    For more information and how to apply, click here

  • 03 Aug 2017 4:19 PM | Shen Kasayan
    • Excellent working conditions
    • Access to salary sacrifice and other benefits
    • Annual leave loading
    • Flexible working conditions, friendly team and great working environment

    Function: This position is responsible for providing administrative support

    Reports to: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)           

    Salary: $50,000-$60,000 (dependent on experience)

    Permanent full time

    ROLE PURPOSE: This position is responsible for providing administrative support to the New Zealand Branch, assisting the CEO in managing the activities of the office and supporting the laboratory accreditation program.  

    KEY SELECTION CRITERIA - please address the following in your application:

    • Experience in working in an office environment
    • Must have the ability to communicate accurately and clearly both orally and in writing
    • Pleasant telephone manner
    • Able to think on feet when dealing with callers
    • Customer service oriented with a "can do" approach to work
    • Microsoft Office expertise
    • A team player who is able to work effectively as part of a small productive team and as a self-motivated individual
    • Superior organisational skills , attention to detail and problem solving skills
    • Excellent people skills
    • Experience working in a quality assured environment is advantageous


    • Click apply or send your resume to by Tuesday 11th August 2017. 
    • Please clearly indicate your relevant experiences and skills to this role.
    • Position Description:

    OVERVIEW OF TSANZ: The Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand Ltd (TSANZ) is a company limited by guarantee and a health promotion charity (HPC) established to improve the knowledge and understanding of lung disease, to prevent respiratory illness through research and health promotion, and improving health care for people with respiratory disorders.

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