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 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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  • 19 Jul 2017 12:31 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    About the New Zealand Bookkeepers Association Incorporated (NZBAI):

    We are a Nationwide Membership based organisation providing Standards, Education and Support to our Members based in New Zealand.

    The Role:

    To promote the NZBAI to current Members, sponsors and prospective Members. This role supports the Association in delivering strategic goals, builds key customer relationships and identifies business opportunities.

    Key Accountabilities:

    • Strategy
    • Membership
    • Staff Management
    • Relationship Management
    • Event Management
    • Business Development
    • Internal Processes and Administration
    • Health and Safety
    • Other Duties as Required

    Essential Job Experience:

    • Experience managing business relationships at multiple levels
    • At least 5 years' experience and success in a similar sales role within the SME and Accounting market
    • At least 5 years' of marketing and communications knowledge gained in SME and business environment
    • A background in accounting/accounts as to fully understand the scope of the role and Member requirements
    • Managerial experience with the ability to motivate teams working to deadlines
    • Project management experience
    • Change management experience

    Technical Skills:

    • Microsoft Office Suite
    • CRM system knowledge
    • Excellent computer literacy knowledge


    • Bachelor of Commerce Majoring in either Marketing / Finance / Strategy
    Personal Behaviours and Competencies:
    • Ability to form and manage effective relationships with members, employees/contractors, stakeholders & sponsors
    • High level of energy and drive
    • Team player
    • Good negotiating skills
    • Strong presentation skills
    • Demonstrates diplomacy, active listening skills and has a pragmatic approach
    • Demonstrates ability to take ownership of work and self-managing in approach
    • Organised, with the ability to plan ahead and manage time effectively, able to manage conflicting priorities and work to tight deadlines
    • Displays integrity, patience, a strong work ethic and professionalism
    • Excellent written and verbal communication
    • Management and sales skills, such as planning, organising and communicating
    • Ability to prepare proposals accurately and to deadlines
    • Ability to work with a number of stakeholders to complete agreed tasks and strategies

    Applications close on the 21st July.

    Please send your CV along with your Cover Letter and credentials / qualifications to Natasha Peters - or phone (021) 879062. For more information, click here

  • 19 Jul 2017 12:25 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Rare opportunity for a commercially astute and driven leader

    The NZ Police Association is a member representative organisation dedicated to enhancing the wellbeing of police and their families.

    This Wellington based role will require you to demonstrate exceptional leadership and management skills across a diverse suite of products and services. The role has a broad remit of accountability across the commercial, financial and operational management of this high performing business.

    To be considered for this leadership role, you will offer the following capabilities and experience:

    Proven experience across different business operating disciplines (operations, technology, finance, marketing, HR).

    An ability to always get the best from a high performing team.

    Ability to foster stakeholder engagement including building strong relationships with a variety of business partners.

    Leading business planning and managing initiatives which support the strategy.

    Significant success in driving business improvement

    Strong financial acumen supported by the ability to think strategically.

    A suitable tertiary qualification in a business, commerce related field.

    APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Tuesday, 25 July 2017

    For more information and to apply, click here

  • 19 Jul 2017 8:42 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    You will be accountable to the CEO for driving and supporting the key business functions of the ADA with responsibility for people, risk, governance, finance, infrastructure and technology. You will lead a team that's integral to the success of the strategic plan and frankly, we're on a mission to build the best membership organisation around.

    Our next team member will need to have a can-do attitude with a no mess, no fuss approach. That'll likely mean you'll be a proven performer and have:

    • A collaborative team based style with the demonstrated ability to lead.
    • A well developed understanding of all aspects of corporate services.
    • Strong communication and change management abilities.
    • Experience in HR and people management.
    • Experience in overseeing projects in areas such as technology.
    • An understanding of governance and risk management.
    • Experience with complex services, membership or subscription based businesses.
    • Advanced financial management skills.

    We have a fantastic opportunity for someone who wants to be part of developing best practice at the ADA. An opportunity to join an organisation as it shifts up a gear and delivers on a new ambitious strategic plan and to help develop a high performance ADA team culture. A chance for genuine leadership.

    To apply, you'll need to provide a one page cover letter and short three page CV to the CEO, Damian Mitsch at and we'll see where we go to from there.

    The closing date is Monday the 31st of July. Further details, please click here.  

    No agencies please. 

  • 14 Jul 2017 11:05 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Communications Officer - Sporting Shooters Association of Australia NSW. $70k-$75k + super based in St Mary's.

    Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW) represent over 55,000 members in NSW. They are the largest body dedicated to protecting and promoting shooting as recreational sport through education and safety.

    About the role:

    SSAA NSW are looking for an individual with strong written and verbal communication skills who has the ability to work within a fast paced environment to join their team based in St Mary's as a Communications Officer.

    You will be responsible for their member publications and updates and also the external relationships with the media and any other relevant stakeholders.

    Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Manage and oversee all publications ensuring the materials are up to date
    • Manage and oversee the website and all social media platforms
    • Coordinate SSAA NSW media enquiries
    • Monitor media for relevancy and suggest and prepare appropriate responses
    • Coordinate public relations and promotion campaigns involving all stakeholders
    • Assist the State Branches where necessary with development and promotional materials
    • Assist with the promotion of events and activities in conjunction with the St Mary's Indoor Shooting Centre

    To be successful you will have:

    • Previous experience in communications, public relations, media or a related area ideally within the NFP sector
    • Strong sense of initiative and proactivity
    • Strong customer service focus
    • Degree or tertiary qualification within a related field

    This is a great opportunity for someone interested in working in sports. There are many opportunities for you to learn about the sport in a well-controlled and well-monitored environment and have fun at the same time. For more information, click here

  • 14 Jul 2017 10:57 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    About the business and the role

    The Australian Clinical Psychology Association is a professional organisation representing clinical psychologists ( The Executive Assistant will oversee the administration of the company office, located in the Sydney CBD. Other duties include financial management and bookkeeping, company compliance, and support of the Board of Directors, Committees, and the membership. The EA will be required to be able to work independently, as well as supervise administrative assistants.

    Job tasks and responsibilities

    Office Administration (Develop administration systems and document for ongoing management; Oversee duties of office administrative staff)

    Finance Committee support(payments, bank accounts, budget, financial reports, company compliance)

    Membership support (respond to e-mail, oversee memberships)

    Board support (Board agenda and minutes, AGM administration)

    Support for Committees and Editorial Board

    Reporting to the Company Executive: President, Chief Executive Officer, and Finance Officer, with overarching responsibility to the President

    Skills and experience


    Skills and Knowledge

    • Experience in office management
    • Financial bookkeeping skills
    • Knowledge of ASIC, ATO and ABS requirements for small companies
    • Excellent computer skills, including strong Office skills, particularly advanced skills in Word formatting, and strong skills in Excel, and PowerPoint
    • MYOB expertise
    • WordPress management capability


    • Excellent communication skills
    • Personable and courteous manner in company representation
    • Reliable, responsible, honest, trustworthy, and accountable
    • Methodical with a good eye for detail
    • Capable of operating diligently in a small office
    • Able to prioritise and be responsive to multiple demands
    • Capacity to supervise administrative assistant/s


    • Experience in administration of a medical or allied health professional organisation
    • Knowledge of and experience in membership management
    • Understanding of the training and qualifications of psychologists in Australia

    Job benefits and perks

    Office located in Sydney CBD, 5 minutes walk to Wynard Station. For more information click here.

  • 14 Jul 2017 10:41 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    An exciting and diverse opportunity exists for a suitably experienced management professional to lead Australia's pre-eminent sports turf management, education and research association.

    The Australian Golf Course Superintendents' Association (AGCSA) is the national body for golf course superintendents. Comprising around 1,000 members from Australia, New Zealand and around the world, the AGCSA's primary purpose is to represent and advance the interests of its members.

    To fulfil this purpose, the AGCSA conducts Australia's largest turf conference and trade show, produces a bi-monthly journal, provides education and training for its members and has a technical division that provides industry-leading independent analytical and consultancy services.

    The AGCSA is now seeking a dynamic individual to take on the key management role of Chief Executive Officer. The current priorities of the new CEO are:

    • Continuing to deliver services and support to AGCSA members;
    • Providing leadership, training and support to the AGCSA's small and professional employment team;
    • Delivering a world-class 'Australasian Turfgrass Conference and Trade Exhibition' in conjunction with the New Zealand Golf Course Superintendents' Association, to be held late June 2018 in Wellington;
    • Successfully executing the priorities as identified in the strategic plan; and
    • Contributing to build the Association's financial performance and position.

    To be successful with this appointment you will possess the following key performance attributes:

    • Demonstrated leadership and management of a high-performing and service-focused employment team;
    • Be commercially and strategically focused with financial management expertise;
    • Exhibit an in-depth knowledge of the golf or sports-turf industry; and
    • Experience with a member-based organisation or association that exists to deliver value to its members is desirable.

    You will possess excellent organisational skills with a willingness and versatility to work collaboratively with the board, employment team, trade partners and industry stakeholders. Also, you will be a friendly, independent and motivated person with strong communication and personal skills that match the Association's culture.

    A flexible approach to combine work from the Association's headquarters, in south-east Melbourne with regular intrastate, interstate travel and some international travel is required.

    An attractive remuneration package will be offered commensurate with the role.

    Applications are being managed by WellPlayed Golf Business Consultancy and close Friday 28 July for immediate commencement.

    For more information please contact Guy Chapple from WellPlayed on 0417 034 684 or via email as referenced. For more information, click here

  • 13 Jul 2017 1:04 PM | Jessica Hermosilla

    6 month contract with permanent opportunity

    $70K+ super 

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

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

    About the role:

    The CBAA is looking for a passionate and driven individual to join as a Program Coordinator. 

    The primary focus of this role will be to support the capacity building and daily advisory of community radio stations.

    Members are currently engaged through a series of programs, events and webinars focusing on station management, governance, financial sustainability, legislative compliance, fundraising and sponsorship, copyright, human resources and working with volunteers. 

    This role will build and develop relationships to establish training needs. You will engage in conversations and organise feedback surveys that will identify and address the gaps where members need support.

    You will also work closely with internal and external stakeholders in the development of the professional learning programs that up-skill CBAA members. 

    Duties include but are not limited to: 
    • Engage with sector leaders and stakeholders to determine specific learning needs
    • Ensure that CBAA's education and events meet the needs of the members and station committees
    • Identify emerging community and member issues/challenges
    • Explore the development of new initiatives that encourage governance improvement,  connections and knowledge sharing
    • Connect with members and build strong relationships to encourage open feedback to improve the services offered
    • Liaise with industry experts and representatives for project engagement, guest speaking and program facilitation
    • Work with the marketing and communications team to ensure new and existing programmes are promoted to all members
    • Responsible for member information management and online resource library
    • Coordinate the responses to enquiries, advice and organisational support services
    • Facilitate and oversee educational events i.e. webinars and workshops
    To be successful you will have:
    • Strong coordination or project management skills 
    • Experience in coordinating conference, education and/or event programs 
    • Be creative and initiate ideas that lead to successful outcomes and experiences for event attendees
    • Strong relationship-building skills and ability to develop effective working relationships with internal staff as well as a range of external stakeholders 
    • Proven aptitude to drive creative new ideas into deliverable programs and activities  
    • Strong ability to manage multiple project timelines, competing deadlines and priorities, and have good organisational skills 
    • Cross-cultural awareness and demonstrated experience working with diverse groups

    If you feel you meet the above criteria and have outstanding organisational skills and are able to take initiative then please apply now! Alternatively contact Mariana or Louise at Beaumont People on 02 9093 4925 for more information. 

    Beaumont People specialises in all areas of NFP recruitment including memberships, fundraising and corporate partnerships. Job Reference Number: 2542954

  • 05 Jul 2017 3:49 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    The Royal Australian Air Force Association is excited to open expressions of interest for the role of Facility Manager at McNamara Lodge, Meadow Springs in Mandurah. This is an exciting opportunity for you to make a positive impact to the 96 residents living in our Lodge.

    From the beautiful facility and surrounds of our independent living estate to the homely feel and exceptional team within McNamara Lodge, we pride ourselves on this wonderful home and impeccable care and activities for our residents.

    We are seeking an experienced and dedicated Facility Manager, prepared to go above and beyond to lead the team at McNamara Lodge and incorporate RAAFA's Resident Directed Care model into day to day operations whilst collaborating with the business to achieve our integrated residential care and community services vision of a "One RAAFA". You will work alongside a skilled clinical and care team and be supported by the strong leadership of the General Manager Residential Care.

    About You

    You will have proven leadership skills to meet current and future demands of the facility and also demonstrate a personal approach and ability to create a positive team culture leading to exceptional care and services

    You will have the ability to operationalise agreed care strategies, policies and processes and will be an enabler in the setup of practices to meet compliance standards from day one

    You will manage the service delivery to meet resident's needs, be proficient in the Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) and achieve financial occupancy and revenue targets.

    You will bring exceptional communication and decision making skills, with a highly flexible hands on approach.

    You will have previous experience working in aged care management with a solid understanding of the changing landscape within aged care.

    Key Requirements

    • A health professional qualification with AHPRA and/or an Australian recognised body and/or significant experience in the aged care industry is essential.
    • Demonstrated experience leading a clinical or care team.
    • Demonstrated knowledge and experience of business management in Aged Care including financial and budget management.
    • Demonstrated computer proficiency and experience in using an electronic care management system, preferably iCare and the Microsoft Windows suite of tools including Excel.
    • Current driver's licence.


    This is an exciting opportunity to work for a leading provider of Residential Living and Aged Care. You will be supported with development opportunities in leadership and you will be able to progress your career with RAAFA and within the aged care industry.

    The role offers an attractive remuneration package, including salary sacrificing, a company vehicle, fuel card and mobile phone.

    Applications close COB: Wednesday 19th July

    Interviews scheduled: Thursday 27th July

    For more information or a confidential discussion about this role and to view the position description please don't hesitate to contact Stephanie O'Brien on 08 9288 8426 or email

    Contact Name: Stephanie O'Brien, Recruitment Consultant,, 08 9288 8426. 

  • 05 Jul 2017 3:05 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    The Australian and New Zealand Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (ANZAOMS) is the peak body representing Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons in Australia and New Zealand.

    The EO is responsible to the Council of ANZAOMS for:

    The administration of the Association in accordance with legislative requirements, accounting management and the approved budget.

    Correspondence with Committees of the Association, members, State branches, government & other key organisations.

    Ensuring that the Association judiciously and prudently meets its financial responsibilities.

    The administration of the ANZAOMS Research & Education Foundation and Trust including financial management and grant administration.

    ANZAOMS is seeking an experienced Executive Officer to manage this important function of the Association, experience in the health sector is advantageous but not essential.

    Our ideal candidate will:

    • Possess strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Be a motivated self-starter, with the capability to work autonomously
    • Have the ability to build and foster effective stakeholder relationships
    • Think strategically and have a level of innovation to continuously enhance the value of membership to our members
    • Have the capability to undertake the bookkeeping and financial management of the Association
    • Have flexibility to conduct occasional out of hours meetings

    This role is a full time position, but the opportunity to work a 4 day week will be considered with the right candidate.

    An expanded position description is available upon request.

    Applicants should forward their CV including two (2) relevant referees to the ANZAOMS Executive Officer at no later than 4pm on Wednesday 12 July 2017. For more information, click here

  • 03 Jul 2017 10:56 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Membership Coordinator – Association of Corporate Counsel, Australia

    • National membership association
    • Drive membership growth initiatives
    • 12-month maternity leave contract, Melbourne CBD

    The Organisation

    The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Australia represents in-house lawyers working for corporations and government departments across Australia.

    The Role

    The Membership Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Membership and Member Services to drive efforts to increase our membership acquisition and retention initiatives. The successful candidate will be the first point of contact for incoming enquiries and will be responsible for providing accurate and timely advice to our members.

    This is a full-time role offered on a 12-month contract

    Specifically, the successful candidate will:

    • Update and maintain our member database, ensuring the accuracy and privacy of member records
    • Maintain prompt and professional communication to members via phone, email and post
    • Constantly review and update scheduled member communications to maximise member engagement
    • Develop member prospects and proactively drive membership growth

    Skills required

    The successful candidate will bring a pro-active approach to this role and a willingness to go above and beyond for our members and stakeholders.

    Your creativity and resourcefulness and an ability to work effectively with a diverse stakeholder group will be reflected in your career achievements to date. Previous experience working within a membership organisation is desirable.

    How to apply

    Please email Andrew McCallum, Communications and Member Services Director to request a full position description.

    Interested applicants are encouraged to apply for this position by submitting a two-page resume that includes two referees, along with a one-page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role.

    Closing date for applications is 5:00pm, Friday 14 July 2017.

    For further information regarding this role, please contact Andrew McCallum on 03 9248 5548.

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