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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.

  • 03 Feb 2017 1:51 PM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    Company Name: Australian Association of Social Workers
    Locations: NSW - Sydney
    Categories: Management,Other,Policy/Research
    Work type: Permanent Full Time

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    The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with approximately 10,000 members. We set the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

    Professional Officer – Social Policy & Education (NSW Branch)
    Full-time or Part-time

    Are you a passionate, values-driven social worker interested in playing a leading role in supporting the social policy and educational objectives of AASW’s NSW Branch?

    As the lead resource to the NSW Branch Management Committee (BMC) you will be responsible for:

    • Researching, analysing and formulating policy and position papers, and contributing to National Office submissions on a range of social policy/social justice issues
    • Operating as a key advisor to AASW members, rural and regional social workers, practice groups, the BMC, and universities
    • Managing the busy events calendar for the NSW Branch including engaging with universities/other contributors who support the delivery of the range of member-focused events as well as programmes directed at graduates in the field
    • Overseeing the provision of quality, effective administrative support services to BMC delivered through the Branch Administrator

    With a strong background in the social policy field, ideally supplemented by relevant academic studies and professional membership of the AASW, you will have perfected your skills in preparing succinct and impactful reports, policies, and government submissions across a range of social policy/social justice issues.

    You will also operate as a key educational and training resource for the NSW Branch by developing relevant CPD training material and facilitating its delivery to Practice Groups, with the support of the National Policy, Media & Publications team.

    Ideally you will have experience in working with committees/volunteer advisory groups and providing executive-level advisory support. Proficiency in the use of the MS Office suite is a given.

    Occasional travel throughout NSW and/or interstate and attending out-of-hours committee meetings etc. also form part of the requirements.

    The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce.  We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those who are underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability.

    Further information and how to apply

    AASW’s NSW Branch is based in Parramatta and is easily accessible by public transport.  Your application should comprise a comprehensive résumé, together with a cover letter which addresses the selection criteria outlined in the role description which is available at: www.horizonemployment.com.au 

    Please submit your application via horizon@aasw.asn.au
    Further information on AASW can be found on our website at www.aasw.asn.au

    Applications close midnight AEDST 14 February 2017


  • 03 Feb 2017 1:08 PM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    Company Name: Australian Association of Social Workers
    Locations: NSW - Sydney
    Categories: Other
    Work type: Permanent Part Time

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    JOB DETAILS

    The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with approximately 10,000 members. We set the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

    Branch Administrator (NSW) - Parramatta
    Part-time - 24 hours’ pw (days/hours of work negotiable)

    Are you a highly experienced, competent and confident executive-level administrator interested in working on a part-time basis? If so, this role will see you take the lead in providing a range of secretarial and administrative support services to AASW’s NSW Branch Management Committee (BMC) and your line manager, the Professional Officer – Social Policy & Education.

    To be fully effective in this role you will have operated in a senior administrative capacity for at least two years, possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills and will present a polished and professional manner when dealing with people.

    Key responsibilities include taking and writing up minutes of meetings for approval by the Board, developing and maintaining accurate and up-to-date electronic and hard copy filing systems and overseeing the day-to-day running of the NSW Branch.

    As an accomplished administrator, ideally supported by relevant qualifications, your skill set will include well-developed skills across the MS Office suite and highly developed organisational skills to manage the busy workload, which includes co-ordinating delivery of the Branch’s events programme.

    Your experience in providing executive-level support to committees/volunteer advisory groups would be highly regarded, but is not essential.  Occasional travel throughout NSW and/or interstate is required from time to time for Branch/AASW meetings.

    The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce.  We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those who are underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability.

    Further information and how to apply

    AASW’s NSW Branch is based in Parramatta and is easily accessible by public transport.

    To be considered for this role, your application must include a cover letter which addresses the selection criteria set out in the role description available at: www.horizonemployment.com.au, in addition to your résumé. 

    Please submit your application via horizon@aasw.asn.au 
    Further information on AASW can be found by visiting our website at www.aasw.asn.au

    Applications close midnight AEDST: 14 February 2017

  • 02 Feb 2017 2:15 PM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    Position: Communications Officer, National Parks Association of Queensland Inc.
    Location: 36 Finchley Street, Milton, Brisbane QLD
    Hours: Flexible hours up 22.8 hours per week, TBC upon discussion with right candidate
    Remuneration: By negotiation 
    Terms: 12 month contract (extension possible, depending on available funding), 3 months' probation

    Role: Responsible for driving the strategic goals of communication to ensure the achievement of NPAQ's mission, and organisational growth and sustainability. 

    Position Summary:
    Your portfolio includes:

    • Ensuring the Association's mission is achieved through targeted, effective and engaging communications.
    • Building the Association's public image and increasing public recognition through several key communication media.
    • Reviewing and implementing the NPAQ Communications Plan.
    • Coordinating the publication of NPAQ's bi-monthly magazine Protected; online fortnightly, and monthly print, newsletter Neck of the Woods.
    • Managing the NPAQ website.
    • Reviewing and implementing NPAQ's social media strategy.
    • Developing and implementing NPAQ's media strategy.

    You have experience and/or specific capability in the following areas:

    • Experience in successfully developing and implementing communications strategies.
    • Experience in a range of media, including: publications, websites, social media, promotional materials.
      Experience in editing and collating material, within a communications role.
      Experience in media relations, or the ability to become media savvy.
      The ability to engage a diverse range of people through communications.
      The ability to use publishing software.
    • Career exposure to the environment sector or a genuine interest in the sector.

    National Parks Association Queensland - 86 years of Connecting and Protecting

    The National Parks Association of Queensland (NPAQ) is dedicated to the protection of nature through the creation of a comprehensive and well-managed system of protected areas.

    Established in 1930, NPAQ is an independent, not-for-profit, membership-based organisation. For the past 86 years, NPAQ has been played a pivotal role in the establishment of national parks in Queensland, including iconic parks such as Girraween, Barron Gorge and Springbrook. The Association brings together people who share an appreciation for protected areas and the vital role they play in conserving our unique and splendid natural environment.

    NPAQ's purpose is achieved through:

    • advocating for the protection, expansion and good management of national parks and the broader protected area estate;
    • fostering the appreciation and enjoyment of nature; engaging members/supporters in on-ground conservation and monitoring work;
    • educating the community about national parks, their benefits and issues; and
    • supporting the development and application of scientific and professional knowledge in advancing national parks and nature conservation.

    To Apply:

    Please request a Position Description containing the Selection Criteria from the NPAQ President president@npaq.org.au.

    Applications close: 5pm eastern standard time, Friday 17th February 2017.

    To apply click here

  • 02 Feb 2017 2:00 PM | Katrina Taylor (Administrator)

    Company overview:

    Founded in 1910, the Motor Traders' Association of New South Wales (MTA NSW) is a registered industrial body, which provides a range of services to its members, who are business owners and business principals in the automotive industry throughout NSW and ACT.

    The Association provides services and products that benefit participating businesses in the retail automotive industry and it does this by assisting in the daily running of Member's businesses through advice and services and also by lobbying to ensure a long and viable future for the industry.

    Motor Traders' Association of NSW  has a permanent opportunity available for an experienced Senior HR Advisor to work within a team for a well-known organisation.

    The MTA brand is well respected in the community; both by consumers and the Government, and businesses displaying the MTA sign are instantly recognisable, trusted to deliver quality services and to abide by the MTA Code of Ethics.

    The role:

    • Report to the Chief Executive Officer
    • Primary focus is to provide support and advice to management and staff
    • Responsibility extends to management of the building and facilities
    • Develop and provide a safe, high performing and sustainable workforce and environment
    • Develop and implement policies and procedures
    • Prepare reports and assist management to develop, structure and update job requirements as required
    • Responsible for staff recruitment and selection, learning and development, change management and the performance management processes

    Requirements to be successful in this role:

    • Degree qualified
    • Employed in a similar HR Generalist position for a minimum of 10 years
    • A commercial approach to decision making
    • Commitment to quality, a desire to continuously achieve and the ability to manage competing demands
    • Excellent communication skills and knowledge along with proven experience implementing policies and procedures

    What you'll get in return:

    • An opportunity to utilise your HR expertise to add value to the Association
    • Be part of a team that supports businesses trusted by consumers to offer the highest standards in the motor industry

    Sounds like you:
    Please email your CV to: hr@mtansw.com.au Ref No: HR01.
    Applications close 20 February 2017
    Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

    To apply, click here

  • 30 Jan 2017 10:49 AM | Deleted user

    Primary Purpose of Position

    Support the Federation of Parents and Citizens Association of NSW (P&C Federation) in the production of publications, media and research advantageous to P&C Federation.

    Organisation

    Mission

    The P&C Federation is committed to a free public education system which is open to all people irrespective of culture, gender, academic ability and socio-economic class which empowers students to control their own lives and be contributing members of society.

    Values

    The belief that:

    • All people have the capacity to learn.
    • The NSW Government has prime responsibility to provide an education system which is free and secular and open to all.
    • Schools should be structured to meet the needs of individual students and should respect the knowledge those students bring to school and build on that knowledge to foster their understanding about the world.

    Parents, as partners in the education process, have a right and a responsibility to play an active role in the education of their children. P&C Federation and its representatives share a responsibility of ensuring representative decision making for the benefit of all students.

    Environment

    Membership of the P&C Federation is open to constituted P&C Associations in all NSW government schools. P&C Federation provides a range of services to its members, which include 2,100 school based P&C Associations.

    The P&C Federation was established in 1922 and incorporated by an Act of the New South Wales Parliament in 1976.

    The Main Duties of this position are to:

    • Produce P&C Federation's quarterly journal including manage the advertising.
    • Produce and publish P&C Federation media releases.
    • Produce and publish other P&C Federation's publications, Annual report, e-bulletins or reports/submissions.
    • Assist with the management of content on P&C Federation social media.
    • Assist members with enquiries.
    • Keep up to date with current news and reports regarding education.
    • Maintain knowledge of legislative amendments and changes.
    • Support and assist members of P&C Federation in their roles within their own P&C Associations operations.

    Selection Criteria:

    Essential

    • Demonstrated experience in production and management of the publication of a journal.
    • Demonstrated experience in production of media statements
    • Demonstrated experience with management of social media.
    • Demonstrated experience in research, report writing, proof reading and editing.
    • Competent in the use of Microsoft Office applications, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software and Publication software.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Understanding of legislative tools (reading acts, policy etc.).
    • Demonstrated ability to liaise effectively with people from a broad variety of backgrounds, status levels and organisations.
    • Ability to manage workload to meet timeframes.
    • Ability to work as a team member.
    • Current Working With Children Check.
    • Current drivers licence.

    Desirable

    • Experience working with volunteer management committees.
    • Knowledge of P&C Federation, P&C Association operations and a commitment to promote public education.
    • Formal qualifications in one of the following Policy, Communications, Journalism, Marketing

    Current position based in Granville NSW, relocating mid 2017 to Parramatta

    To apply, click here.

  • 30 Jan 2017 10:46 AM | Deleted user

    This member focused organisation represents the interests of professionals associated in all facets of the mining, exploration and minerals processing industries. The association is well known for providing leadership and opportunities to minerals industry professionals whether they be engineers, metallurgists, geologists or other technical professionals.

    They pride themselves on delivering an ongoing program of professional development services to members who they support throughout their careers. These individuals in-turn add tremendous value to their position, employer and community.

    The organisation enjoys the loyal membership of 12,000 members drawn from all sections of the industry and supported by a network of branches and societies in Australasia and internationally. These members contribute equally to the organisation’s annual revenue as do conference fees.

    The CEO will:

    • Maintain and improve membership numbers and engagements
    • Ensure conference programs are relevant and well attended
    • Ensure development programs remain an active part of member services
    • Identify new initiatives and opportunities for growth including member numbers, membership offerings and other value-adding services
    • Be a spokesperson, leader and advocate for mining professionals with government, industry and academia
    • Manage the P&L of the organisation to ensure its profitability

    Candidates for this position may come from a range of backgrounds:

    • Have held CEO, Membership Director, General Management or State Manager roles in industry associations with links to the mining and metals. These candidates should have previous commercial experience in a professional role ideally relating to the mining and metals industry.
    • Mining professionals who have managed a P&L and who have served on Boards of engineering membership groups
    • People from within professional services firms who have spent a significant portion of their career working with the mining and metals industry and have served on a technical or member based Board
    • CEOs of member associations with a successful track record

    Tertiary qualifications and a track record as a successful leader with strong business acumen will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration package.

    For a confidential discussion with Bill Sakellaris, please submit your CV in Word format by clicking on the link below.

    To apply, click here.


  • 30 Jan 2017 10:40 AM | Deleted user
    • 12 month position
    • Secure parking onsite
    • Annual wellness allowance

    A 12 month Executive Assistant position working for a well-known Industry Association in Canberra.

    Your new company

    This Industry Association located in Canberra hold an International presence and are currently seeking an Executive Assistant on a 12 month contract.

    Your new role

    Supporting the CEO and working closely with the Director and corporate team, you will be responsible for the following:

    • Managing the CEO's schedule of appointments and travel arrangements
    • Preparing board packs
    • Managing incoming and outgoing correspondence
    • Record and track 'actions arising' from weekly meetings
    • Assist in organising events
    • Extensive mail out coordination from database
    • Liaise with the company board of director's

    What you'll need to succeed

    This is a high level EA position and the successful candidate is required to have experience supporting a CEO and senior board members. You will need advanced Microsoft word skills, a typing speed of 80 wpm +, a very high level of attention to detail and experience with mail merge.

    You will also require a mature attitude, emotional intelligence, the ability to travel domestically if required, database experience and an energetic disposition.

    You will need to bring with you a 'no job is too big or too small attitude' as in this organisation everyone chips in.

    What you'll get in return

    You will receive the opportunity to work within an organisation who describe their culture as mature, mutual respect and equal opportunity. You will also receive a mobile, laptop, secure parking space and an annual wellness allowance.

    What you need to do now

    If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Sylvia Pereira on 62573331.

    If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

    Reference Number: 1823509

    To apply, click here


  • 27 Jan 2017 4:24 PM | Deleted user

    This member focused organisation represents the interests of professionals associated in all facets of the mining, exploration and minerals processing industries. The association is well known for providing leadership and opportunities to minerals industry professionals whether they be engineers, metallurgists, geologists or other technical professionals.

    They pride themselves on delivering an ongoing program of professional development services to members who they support throughout their careers. These individuals in-turn add tremendous value to their position, employer and community.

    The organisation enjoys the loyal membership of 12,000 members drawn from all sections of the industry and supported by a network of branches and societies in Australasia and internationally. These members contribute equally to the organisation’s annual revenue as do conference fees.

    The CEO will:

    • Maintain and improve membership numbers and engagements
    • Ensure conference programs are relevant and well attended
    • Ensure development programs remain an active part of member services
    • Identify new initiatives and opportunities for growth including member numbers, membership offerings and other value-adding services
    • Be a spokesperson, leader and advocate for mining professionals with government, industry and academia
    • Manage the P&L of the organisation to ensure its profitability

    Candidates for this position may come from a range of backgrounds:

    • Have held CEO, Membership Director, General Management or State Manager roles in industry associations with links to the mining and metals. These candidates should have previous commercial experience in a professional role ideally relating to the mining and metals industry.
    • Mining professionals who have managed a P&L and who have served on Boards of engineering membership groups
    • People from within professional services firms who have spent a significant portion of their career working with the mining and metals industry and have served on a technical or member based Board
    • CEOs of member associations with a successful track record

    Tertiary qualifications and a track record as a successful leader with strong business acumen will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration package.

    For a confidential discussion with Bill Sakellaris, please submit your CV in Word format by clicking on the link below.

    To apply, click here.


  • 24 Jan 2017 12:31 PM | Deleted user
    • Guide the Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd), the national professional association of editors
    • Work remotely, with other national staff also working remotely
    • Part-time, 0.3 FTE initially, with competitive remuneration
    • Applications close 5 pm EST Monday 6 February 2017

    About IPEd

    IPEd is the national association of professional editors, currently with six state branches. About 1500 members work either in-house for publishers and other organisations, or as freelance editors across many sectors. IPEd is a company limited by guarantee.

    IPEd and its branches promote the members and the profession and provide membership services, including professional development, standards for editorial practice, accreditation exams, social meetings, newsletters and national conferences.

    About the role

    Accountable to the IPEd CEO and Council, the Company Secretary will work with Council to carry out its statutory duties in accordance with current governance practice under the federal Corporations Act, the IPEd Constitution and ASIC regulations.

    The IPEd Secretary also reports directly to the CEO, assisting with corporate administration in executing the organisation’s operational plans to advance the interests of professional editors.

    The Secretary will work with other national staff (the CEO, Communication Officer, Membership Officer and Finance Officer), who all work remotely, communicating using web-based tools. The incumbent will travel to national editors conferences (usually biennially), and to IPEd general meetings as necessary.

    Duties and responsibilities

    • Work with Council to assist it to fulfil its statutory obligations, providing advice to Council, committees and national staff on regulatory matters
    • Oversee the development and maintenance of IPEd policies and committee charters
    • Arrange all aspects of Council, standing committee and IPEd general meetings
    • Oversee the maintenance and integrity of records of all correspondence and documents relating to IPEd operations
    • Work with the CEO, Membership Officer, Communication Officer and Finance Officer in relation to member services and communication

    Skills and experience

    • Demonstrated capacity and experience in:
      • preparing agenda and materials for meetings and taking detailed minutes with associated action sheets
      • working effectively with a board of directors
      • writing concise reports
      • managing receipt of monies and arranging banking
      • managing the administration of a national organisation almost entirely by email and teleconference
    • Excellent interpersonal, spoken and written communication skills

    Culture and benefits

    IPEd is in an exciting new phase in serving and representing editors nationally, and this role offers you the opportunity to guide the association in the development of its services, membership and image.

    TO APPLY, please obtain the position description, which includes selection criteria, instructions on how to apply and contact details.

    Further information about IPEd and the position description are also available from the IPEd website www.iped-editors.org.

    Enquiries to the IPEd Secretary, email: secretary@iped-editors.org.


  • 20 Jan 2017 12:14 PM | Deleted user

    The Police Association of NSW is a trade union representing over 16,500 current serving Police officers in NSW, in addition to retired Associate members. The Industrial Division of the Association provides industrial advice to its members and is looking for an Industrial Officer to join its team. This position is a full time position based in the Sydney CBD and does require limited travel to other locations for meetings and training days.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Provide members with verbal and written advice on all aspects of the employment relationship including pay rates, disciplinary matters, performance management, Award entitlements and conditions, workers compensation, superannuation and workplace health and safety.
    • Assist in the development and modification of policies, guidelines and training materials.
    • Interpret and recommend the correct course of action on employment issues and provide advice on the relevant Award and legislation affecting police officers.
    • Negotiate outcomes to disputes or workplace difficulties on behalf of the membership with NSW Police Force or other appropriate organisations.
    • Draft applications for submission to NSW Police Force or for lodgement before the Industrial Relations Commission.
    • Develop arguments in support of claims and disputes being negotiated or arbitrated.
    • Present cases before the Industrial Relations Commission, including obtaining evidence and statements from witnesses.
    • Organising union members, delivering training on the principles of trade unionism, political lobbying and campaign preparation.
    • Running focus groups and delivering presentations at conferences.

    To be successful you will have:

    • Experience in the preparation of, and advocacy of cases in the Industrial Relations Commission or related tribunals.
    • Qualifications in Industrial Relations, Human Resources or Law would be advantageous.
    • Proven negotiation and advocacy skills.
    • Have a strong knowledge of the Industrial Relations Act and specific legislation relating to policing and public sector employees.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills.
    • Experience and background in the field of Industrial Relations, Human Resources, trade union or policing industries would be an advantage.

    Salary and conditions of employment are provided for in the Police Association Salaried Officers Enterprise Agreement 2014.

    For a copy of the position description and salary information please contact Kirsty Membreno, Industrial Manager on Kirsty.membreno@pansw.org.au or 9265 6777.

    Applications are to be sent to Kirsty Membreno, Industrial Manager, on the email address above. Applications must be received by 5.00pm, Friday 3rd February 2017.

    To apply, click here


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