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.

  • 04 Dec 2017 9:02 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    The Organisation

    The Australian Trucking Association is the peak body representing Australia's 49,000 trucking operators. Our industry delivers every item on the shelves of every supermarket and a significant part of Australia's exports.

    As the result of an organisational restructure, the ATA is looking for a seasoned Communications Manager to run our strategic and tactical media and communications.

    About the Role

    Reporting to the Chief of Staff, the key responsibilities of this role are to:

    • develop and maintain the ATA's strategic communications plan
    • develop marketing strategies for ATA events
    • develop or commission media releases, newsletters, columns and social media content and web videos
    • manage the ATA's digital presence
    • coordinate media interviews and briefings
    • grow the ATA's communications and media databases
    • coach the staff of other ATA business units in developing content for the web and social media
    • manage outsourced graphic design, PR, market research and advertising contractors.

    Some interstate travel will be necessary, especially to the ATA's events: Trucking Australia and the Technical and Maintenance Conference.

    The successful applicant will have the following:

    • tertiary qualifications in journalism, communications or a related field and at least three years of relevant experience
    • a demonstrated ability to develop communication and marketing plans
    • a demonstrated ability to write clear, interesting copy on technical subjects
    • experience with email marketing software and website content management systems
    • outstanding task and time management skills and a keen eye for detail.

    Press gallery or political office experience would be highly regarded.

    How to Apply

    The ATA offers a competitive salary package, including salary packaging, secure parking and 9.5 per cent super. If you have the right experience and qualifications, we invite you to apply online now.

    Your application must include a cover letter addressing the key responsibilities, your resume and the details of two referees.

    All applications must be received by close of business on Monday, 11 December 2017.

    For more information

    For more information about the role, contact Bill McKinley at bill.mckinley@truck.net.au or 02 6253 6900. TO APPLY CLICK HERE


  • 30 Nov 2017 10:18 AM | Toni Brearley (Administrator)

    ABOUT THE AIPP ( THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY)
    Established over 50 years ago, the AIPP is Australia's membership association representing the profession of photography. With almost 3000 members nationally, representing professional photographers, professional video producers and professional school photographers the AIPP provides accreditation, professional development, personal development and professional representation services for working professionals.
    ABOUT THIS ROLE
    This is a new, full time permanent staff role, an amalgamation of two previously separate roles, based out of our small Surrey Hills (Victoria) National Office. Reporting directly to the AIPP Executive Officer, we want you to bring your experience and skill and to challenge our existing thinking to deliver great outcomes, not only in keeping up with modern communication methods, but also raising public awareness of our profession.
    You will be required, via our CMS systems, to manage the content and messages of all our web based assets, to schedule and manage all our EDM campaigns, to oversee and manage all our social media channels, and to create and publish content and PR messages through appropriate channels
    ABOUT YOU
    To be successful in this role you will need formal qualifications in either a communications, PR or media management role. You will need to demonstrate experience, and success in a similar role, and you will need a high level of competence in the use of typical office systems, graphic design tools, and web CMS systems. You will need to be comfortable with your own copywriting and authoring skills.
    More importantly, you will be happy working as a team member in a small, hard-working dynamic National Office team, and you will understand the need for flexibility in approach, working hours and communication styles. Ideally you will have experience working in a "multi stakeholder" environment.
    You will be comfortable working to deadlines, managing expectations and setting priorities, and you will be happy with the small amount of interstate travel and out of hours work required.
    HOW TO APPLY
    To apply for this prestige role, in the first instance please send your resume and salary expectations together with an accompanying application in PDF format, outlining how you meet the key selection criteria to: admin@aipp.com.au

  • 30 Nov 2017 10:16 AM | Toni Brearley (Administrator)

    The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) represents over 9,500 veterinarians and students across Australia.  We have an opportunity for a qualified Veterinarian to join our team, providing scientific expertise and coordinating technical projects for our Policy and Advocacy team.  You will be the key coordinator to drive outcomes for the Policy Advisory Council, establishing policy work groups, coordinating meetings, agendas and minutes. 

    Your technical knowledge in the veterinary field will be invaluable as you prepare draft policies and submissions to government and other stakeholders.

    Our ideal candidate will be a team player with a passion for the profession.  You will have built on your scientific veterinary skills and will have experience in coordinating relevant projects or providing administrative support, perhaps in a practice, research or policy environment.  You'll be able to demonstrate:   

    • Experience researching and developing policy and government submissions
    • Proven ability to coordinate multiple projects and manage key stakeholders
    • Relevant and up to date knowledge of veterinary science, animal health and welfare
    • Excellent written and verbal skills, liaise with stakeholders at all levels
    • Administration and organisation skills, supporting others and together achieving outcomes

    If successful you'll be in a role where your work is appreciated, in a values based organisation that supports one of Australia's most trusted professions. You'll work in a flexible and friendly culture and team environment, and be supported in your ongoing professional development.

    If this sounds like you and you meet our requirements, please apply by submitting your resume and cover letter to hr@ava.com.au.  

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

    www.ava.com.au  

  • 30 Nov 2017 10:13 AM | Toni Brearley (Administrator)

    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.

    An exciting opportunity exists within the Operations Team for experienced, dynamic Area Managers. The role focuses on improving the Association's current position to achieve financial growth.

    You will be highly motivated to achieve the Association's long-term strategic goals, build key member relationships, identify membership growth opportunities, lead generation, negotiate, close deals and sell "other" Association services. Retaining existing members and acquiring new members, whilst ensuring you satisfy member needs, will be a strong focus for this role. You will work closely with the Membership team and be required to have excellent organisational and great verbal, and written, communication skills.

    You will be required to travel, be involved in field representation, visitation and represent MTA at official engagements and meetings within the region. This may also include some after hours and weekend work.

    Essential criteria for the position:

    • Previous experience in Account Sales Management, Territory Management and demonstrated sales target focus
    • Intermediate skills in Word, Excel and Outlook
    • Excellent time management and prioritising skills, in order to meet deadlines
    • Ability to work effectively within a team
    • Ability to analyse data and present information in reports
    • Accountability for work outcomes and tasks completion
    • Ability to work within established structures and processes
    • You must be motivated, dedicated and have a professional attitude
    • Great customer service skills are a must
    • Ability to provide feedback to team members as it relates to the job function for this role
    • Unrestricted driver's license

    Desirable criteria for the position:

    • Experience in CRM database management system desirable

    Package includes:

    • A fully maintained vehicle
    • Mobile phone
    • Laptop

    Please send your covering letter and resume via email to recruitment@mtansw.com.au, by the 8th December 2017, quoting reference MTANSW012.

    Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. No recruitment agencies please. Only permanent residents need apply.

  • 30 Nov 2017 10:12 AM | Toni Brearley (Administrator)

    The Australian Airport Association is recruiting for a Policy Manager with a regional airports focus.

    The Australian Airports Association is the national voice for airports. We represent over 320 airports and 140 corporate members. Our secretariat is Canberra based with thirteen full time staff. 

    Elements of the exciting role include:

    • Taking the lead on relevant industry working groups, including internal AAA working groups;
    • Developing submissions and policy papers in consultation with members;
    • Engagement with key agencies eg CASA, the Department of Infrastructure and the Office of Transport Security, in areas of interest to this sector of the membership;
    • Representation of the AAA at stakeholder meetings;
    • The management of the delivery of services for Members eg templates, research papers, briefings on key issues;
    • Project management of advocacy campaigns; and
    • Responding to Member queries on policy and technical issues.

    Experience working in an association, policy, public affairs or political/government environment is preferable.

    Experience in an airport or aviation related environment will be viewed favourably, but is not mandatory.

    To apply for the role please respond to the above criteria with a cover letter and CV to employment@airports.asn.au by COB Monday 11 December. If you have any questions about the role, please email these to employment@airports.asn.au

  • 30 Nov 2017 10:07 AM | Toni Brearley (Administrator)

    The Caravan & Camping Industries Association of South Australia Inc., (CCIA. of SA) is a broad based Trade organisation which was incorporated in 1976.

    Its membership is made up of retailers, manufacturers, hirers, service providers, repairers and suppliers and as such is predominately aligned with businesses in or closely related to the outdoor leisure Industry.

    On behalf of its membership base, the Association main objectives are to organise, facilitate and manage a multitude of promotions and marketing initiatives.  Other objectives include fostering relationships with like Associations and to ensure the welfare and continued growth of the caravan, camping and motorhome Industry in South Australia. 

    Reporting to the Board, and supported by the President, Committee and Sub-Committees, this important role has responsibility for;

    • Contribution to strategic planning and budgeting
    • Planning and managing major events including Shows, Dinners and Industry Awards
    • Developing and implementing marketing strategy
    • Industry advocacy and contribution to state and national policies
    • Identify training and development needs for members and maintain Accreditation programs.
    • Managing risk and compliance

    You will provide leadership and support to a small team and ensure compliance with legislative requirements, the Association's constitution and functions as the Public / Returning Officer.

    You must demonstrate previous Executive Management experience, supported by tertiary qualifications or commensurate experience, with strategic planning, financial and change management exposure.

    Collaborative leadership and relationship building abilities will be critical in your support to the member base.

    An attractive executive remuneration package is on offer.

    For further information about the CCIASA please visit www.caravanandcampingsa.com.au

  • 30 Nov 2017 10:04 AM | Toni Brearley (Administrator)

    • Leadership role focused on gender parity in the banking and finance sector
    • Opportunity to be a thought leader and innovator in the industry  
    • Make your mark in 2018  

    CEO

    Exciting opportunity for an experienced CEO or Senior Leader in Banking and Financial services to make a difference in the gender diversity space. We are seeking someone to lead Women in Banking and Finance (WiBF) in driving change through the Banking and Financial Services industry.

    Women in Banking and Finance (WiBF)

    Women in Banking and Finance (WiBF) is a non-profit association whose members have a passion for making a tangible impact on gender diversity and inclusion in the banking and finance sector. WiBF's programs have been designed to grow the pipeline of women across the mid to senior career stages of the wider financial services sector. By dissecting topical issues and challenges, the customised programs, top tier events and strategic networks assist members in meeting their business objectives. The association promotes the fundamental idea that diversity, inclusion and innovation drive personal and organisational development. 

    The Opportunity

    Gender parity is top of mind for the financial services industry but progress remains slower than desirable. In addition, the industry is being disrupted by digital transformation which provides opportunities, as well as hurdles, for women to develop their careers. WiBF has a key role to play in igniting faster progress. The Chief Executive Officer will lead the organisation on the next stage of its development. To support career advancement for women in financial services, the CEO is responsible for the growth of WiBF through product development, expanding the sponsorship program with external partners; developing relationships with industry leaders; and the retention and growth of the membership base. Positioning WiBF as a thought leader and innovator is central to the on-going strategy.

    Responsibilities and accountabilities

    The primary responsibilities of the position are to:

    50% weighting –Leadership

    • Strategy – Work with the Board in setting the strategic goals and objectives of the organisation and provide advice to the Board on the development of future strategic priorities in accordance with the established vision and mission.
    • Brand development/profile – Present a point of view within public forums such as traditional and social media on the issues preventing or equally supporting women to progress within the industry; ensure that the organisation's strategic goals and programs are consistently presented in a strong and positive image to stakeholders; foster relationships with relevant industry bodies such as AFMA, CEW and the FinTech sector, as well as Tertiary institutions.
    • Membership Development - Develop and nurture relationships with all corporate and individual members to retain and attract an extensive range of companies and individuals representing financial services industry and associated professional services.
    • Product and service development – Develop the product offering to ensure it is aligned to industry needs both current and future; oversee the delivery of programs for members and the promotion of these services and benefits to members and potential members.

    50% weighting – Management

    • Human Resource Management – Effectively manage the human resource needs of the organisation, ensuring that appropriately skilled staff, suppliers and volunteers are in place to serve the needs of the organisation.
    • Financial Stewardship – shape the business model to ensure WiBF has a sustainable market presence; create annual operating and capital budgets for Board approval and prudently manage the organisation's resources within those budget guidelines and in accordance with existing laws, regulations and statutory requirements.
    • Risk Management – Embed effective risk minimization strategies and ensure Board and staff awareness of and compliance with corporate responsibilities.
    • Infrastructure Management - Ensure that organisational infrastructure, including IT facilities and the internet site, are fit for purpose within budgetary constraints.

    Attributes

    In order to undertake the role successfully, the CEO will possess the following attributes:

    • Leadership with a passion for gender diversity in the financial services industry and its associated service providers.
    • Strategic thinking with the ability to articulate a point of view and position WiBF as an innovator and thought leader in diversity and inclusion.
    • Strong interpersonal skills with proven experience in building and maintaining constructive relationships with key influential groups and individuals.
    • Excellent communication skills with proven experience and confidence in presenting to both large and small groups of stakeholders
    • Strong financial management skills
    • Track record in Senior Leadership in the professional services or finance industry context with P & L responsibilities.
    • An appreciation of what is required in working with a Board in an Association context, and the distinct roles of Board members and management.
    • An understanding of the intricacies of running a professional association, including the recruitment and retention of a broad membership base.
    • A preference or comfort with working in a small team environment.
    • Knowledge of the banking and financial services sector and issues affecting the attraction and retention of women in this sector and progression throughout their careers.
  • 30 Nov 2017 10:00 AM | Toni Brearley (Administrator)
    The Association of Wall and Ceiling Industries of Australia and New Zealand (AWCI ANZ) is the peak construction industry trade association representing drywall and plastering contractors and associated companies.

    Leading a small team which encompasses technical, Marketing & communication and administration a unique opportunity exists for a suitably qualified Executive Director to coordinate and grow the services and professionalism of the drywall trade across the industry.

    Working with the guidance of a dynamic and engaged Board that represents the member State and New Zealand Associations and Corporate partners, the AWCI ANZ coordinates common programs, produces a quarterly trade magazine, operates a training organisation, hosts an annual conference, supports the State and New Zealand Associations with marketing and technical support and lobbies on behalf of the Federation on issues of national significance. Reporting to the Board through the President, the Executive Director will be accountable for the execution of the strategic direction of the association and drive the various work programs and portfolios.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    This is a truly rewarding and varied role where you will be responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction for the association. Additional responsibilities will include but not be limited to;

    • Ensuring the overall success of the association by converting strategies into action, and communicating in a way that secures the enthusiastic engagement of stakeholders, members, board and staff.
    • Stewarding the association's resources and fostering a high-performing team of professionals.
    • Developing relationships with national sponsors and industry partners
    • Planning, organising, directing, managing and administering operations directly or through reports.
    • Increasing the visibility of the Association through coordinating the most effective programs with State and New Zealand Associations that stimulate, inspire and support member businesses in the trade.

    This is a unique and exciting opportunity for a motivated leader to help propel an already successful organisation to even greater heights.

    Ideally, candidates will have:

    • A minimum of three years' previous CEO, Executive Director or other senior leadership experience, preferably in the not-for-profit industry association sector
    • An ability to plan strategically and think tactically.
    • Demonstrated understanding of governance issues, including board management and dynamics.
    • Demonstrated small business, management, financial and operational skills
    • Experience growing membership, including cultivation of new members and retention and stewardship of existing members.
    • Demonstrated ability to develop relationships and partnerships with sponsors, suppliers and industry partners.
    • A strong growth mindset.
    • Demonstrated experience in effectively leading small teams of employees and contracted suppliers
    • Superior communications skills, both written and oral, and experience with public speaking.
    • An ability to set priorities, delegate responsibilities, mentor and motivate staff.
    • A track record of successfully advocating on behalf of organisations causes or issues.
    • Demonstrated understanding of successful brand management and proven experience in overseeing the development and implementation of marketing strategies.
    • Integrity and commitment to the highest standards of operations

    Please apply online with a covering letter and resume with all applications addressed to Sam Chan – CSR Talent Acquisition Manager

    successful applicants will be working directly for the AWCI and will not be employees of CSR Ltd.

  • 15 Nov 2017 12:12 PM | Jessica Hermosilla

    Summary: Policy Officer– Community Broadcasting Association of Australia. Permanent part-time opportunity, $75k + super, based in Alexandria.

    About the CBAA

    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.

    www.cbaa.org.au

    About the role:

    The purpose of the role is to work with the Executive team members to proactively develop policy positions on regulatory issues relevant to the community broadcasting sector, in response to current and projected concerns.

    The Policy Officer will be responsible for driving positive and sustainable policy change to champion the community broadcasting sector via the influencing of the external policy environment.

    The role primarily works with the Executive team and external contacts such as regulatory bodies, government, consultants, industry associations and internal staff.

    Duties include but are not limited to:

    • To lead on the development of community broadcasting policy, as per the priority areas contained within CBAA’s strategic plan and under the direction of Executive team members.
    • Providing guidance and support to CBAA in determining and recognising future policy needs for the community broadcasting sector.
    • Develop information resources and new policy positions in response to policy concerns through the gathering of feedback from subscribers, members and staff.
    • Outline the need for policy changes for the community broadcasting sector through the development and delivery of briefings and presentations to regulators, government contacts, members and subscribers.
    • Preparing and drafting submissions and policy position papers for government and sector regulators.
    • Developing CBAA’s relationship with assigned stakeholders and influencing these to drive sector reform and change.
    • To represent CBAA at assigned events and speaking engagements to drive the message of policy change and or CBAA’s policy position.

    To be successful you will have:

    • Relevant degree in social policy, law, broadcasting, media or equivalent work experience.
    • Proven  understanding of the wider economic and political landscape, as well as familiarity with community broadcasting operation and issues in Australia e.g. diversity of the community broadcasting sector including radio and television and their rural and remote demographics.
    • Proven ability to analyse and interpret complex legislation and information.
    • Superior written and verbal communication skills and ability to adapt communication styles.
    • Experience of advocacy work at a national level.

    How to apply

    For full details of the role and to download the candidate pack, or visit our website. Candidates should provide a cover letter, CV, and responses to the first 5 specification criteria provided above. All applications should be emailed to jobs@cbaa.org.au 


    Contact Information

    For an informal conversation about the role, please call or email:

    Jessica Hermosilla, Head of Business Services

    T: 02 9310 2999

    E: office@cbaa.org.au

    If you require any further information, please visit our website www.cbaa.org.au or contact us on 02 9310 2999

  • 14 Nov 2017 1:10 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Business Development Manager

    • Innovative and dynamic sector
    • Grow the member value proposition and diversify income streams
    • Energetic and fun team culture

    IrrigationNZ, the peak body for the irrigation sector, is looking for a high-performing Business Development Manager to work with the Chief Executive and Commercial delivery team to grow the member value proposition and further diversify its income streams.

    Strong relationship and negotiation skills alongside marketing experience are essential.

    For more information contact Andrew Curtis 027 496 6314 – a job description is available here.

    Send your Covering letter and CV to acurtis@irrigationnz.co.nz by 5pm Wednesday 6th December. 

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