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  • 26 Feb 2018 10:21 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Title: Accreditation and Policy Officer

    Location: Richmond, Victoria

    Employment type: Two-year, fixed term. Part-time (0.4 FTE).

    Salary: $80,000 - $90,000 (pro-rata)

    Reports to: Research and Policy Manager

    Further information: Elissa Campbell on (03) 9940 3900

    About the business

    Audiology Australia is the peak professional association representing audiologists in Australia. Audiology Australia's mission is to provide leadership in the science and practice of audiology through advocacy, education and networking. We enable audiologists to deliver the highest standards of person centered care.

    Audiology Australia provides professional accreditation for audiologists, which is a requirement to provide audiological services that fall under Medicare, the Hearing Services Program, work cover schemes as well as many private health insurance funds.

    The profession of audiology is self-regulating and Audiology Australia strives to help our members achieve the highest standards when delivering services to their clients.

    About the role

    Audiology Australia accredits all six University Audiology Programs in Australia. The role of Accreditation and Policy Officer will manage and contribute to the development of Audiology Australia's accreditation programs as well as support Audiology Australia's University Accreditation Committee and the Audiology Council of Deans.

    The role will be part of a small team based at the National Office in Richmond, Victoria. Audiology Australia is an equal opportunity employer and provides a flexible and supportive working environment. Employees may therefore request flexible work arrangements to assist them in balancing work and life commitments.

    Key responsibilities

    Reporting to, and with the support of, the Research and Policy Manager, the role will see you involved in, but not limited to:

    • Managing the accreditation program and moderating accreditation and re-accreditation audits (this will require some interstate travel)
    • Working with international universities to develop an international accreditation program
    • Review the core knowledge and competencies used to assess university program accreditation
    • Developing a White Paper on the future of audiology as a profession to better enable universities to tailor audiology programs to meet the needs of students now and in the future
    • Providing secretarial support for the University Accreditation Committee, and the Audiology Council of Deans
    • Drafting reports, briefs and correspondence to inform the board, members and other key stakeholders of accreditation developments
    • Other research and policy duties as requested from time to time by the Research and Policy Manager.

    Key selection criteria


    • Experience working with university policies and programs
    • Experience in writing reports for a range of audiences
    • Knowledge of university accreditation processes
    • Exceptional written communication skills
    • Excellent organisational and time-management skills
    • Ability to undertake complex or technical investigations, quickly synthesise information, and make recommendations for actions
    • Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team, as well as independently with minimal supervision
    • Ability to build and maintain strong professional relationships with stakeholders


    • Relevant tertiary qualification in administration, education, planning, policy, health or other relevant field
    • Experience working for a not-for-profit, member-based association

    How to apply

    To learn more about Audiology Australia, visit our website For more information on this position, please contact the Research and Policy Manager, Elissa Campbell on (03) 9940 3900

    Closing date for applications is cob Friday 16 March 2018.

    Your application should include a cover letter, resume, and a brief description addressing each of the key selection criteria above. Please send to:

  • 22 Feb 2018 3:24 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The role is based in Melbourne.

    • The purpose of this role is to support and manage the administration and delivery of the annual events program and associated events communications and marketing activities of PIA in Victoria and Tasmania.
    • Working closely with the Executive Officer, the Events Coordinator is responsible for the development, management and delivery of an extensive events program generally delivered in partnership with members and stakeholders.
    • The Events Coordinator will need to be a high energy all-rounder, with excellent attention to detail and able to manage a demanding workload to deliver quality PIA events and marketing services.
    To apply for this position, please email

  • 22 Feb 2018 3:17 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)
    • Peak professional body
    • Innovative and Growing Organisation supporting Nurse Practitioners Nationally - Be part of the journey
    • Key Administration Role with a Stakeholder & Operations Focus
    • Full Time Ongoing Role / $60,000 Package

    About the organisation

    The Australian College of Nurse Practitioners (ACNP) is the national peak body for nurse practitioners and advanced practice nurses in Australia. The ACNP is active in advancing nursing practice and improving access to health care. This is achieved through:

    • leadership;
    • support of professional practice;
    • education; and
    • research.

    To view more about the College, visit

    About the position

    The Executive Support Officer Role provides high level administrative and operational support to the Chief Executive Officer, as well as governance coordination of College Board and key advisory groups.

    The College is undertaking an exciting period of transformation and growth. This role plays a key role within the team during this time ensuring processes, procedures are effectively implemented, and that general support is provided to members, stakeholders and staff in a collaborative, efficient and effective manner.

    Your duties will include

    • Day to day administrative support to the Chief Executive Officer, including however not limited to the coordination of all engagements (internal and external) including management of the Colleges engagement schedule
    • Coordination of Chief Executive and Board Correspondence to members and stakeholders.
    • Preparation of briefing papers for the Chief Executive Officer, President, Board Members and other stakeholders as required.
    • Coordination of all staff, board, facilitator and presenter travel and accommodation, liaising with relevant manager on ensuring budget allocations are adhered to.
    • Secretariat and administrative support to internal and external committees including however not limited to minutes, agendas, memos and ad-hoc member communications as required. This role works closely with Board members including College President and Councillors.
    • Administer and coordinate contracts and agreements across all corporate, commercial and personnel related matters ensuring accuracy and attention to detail.
    • Provide high level support to the National Secretary through the Chief Executive Officer ensuring the College maintains compliance reporting and adherence to College policies, procedures and guidelines.
    • Coordination of office facilities including maintenance and general troubleshooting, as well as board room usage coordination for members of the college, this including coordinating catering and audio visual for meetings.
    • Provide administrative, logistics and operational support onsite and in the lead up to College programs, events and activities. Due to the nature of College activities some travel and out of hours work is associated with this role, this including the delivery of events and programs. The College has a time in lie policy for recognising this and forward notice is provided for these activities. A key event for all staff is the National Conference being presented in Canberra 10th through to 13th September 2018
    • Project manage key projects as allocated by the Chief Executive Officer including however not limited to researching, scoping and developing briefs and business cases.
    • In liaison with Marketing & Communications Manager coordinate presenting notes, presentation (power point) for Chief Executive Officer and Board Members.
    • Support the Chief Executive Officer and Membership & Corporate Development Manager with Government Tender and Grant Submissions, additionally liaising with the Policy Advisor as appropriate.

    Skills & Experience

    • Minimum 5 years’ experience in administration and or business / project support roles
    • Attention to detail in written and verbal communication is paramount to this role
    • Advanced writing skills including grammar, punctuation and report writing skills.
    • Experience working with Volunteer Committees, experience working within member based peak bodies is advantageous
    • Ability to liaise and manage effective relationships with senior health professionals within a high paced setting is crucial
    • Ability to work autonomously and maintain confidentially on all College related matters.

    Please direct any enquiries to Janine Whitling via , no recruitment agencies please.

  • 22 Feb 2018 12:27 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    About us:

    The Australian-Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS) is Australia's largest national professional association for natural medicine practitioners. ATMS is a multi-disciplinary association representing some 11,000 accredited practitioners throughout Australia.

    ATMS has a long and proud history of maintaining high educational standards as a benchmark for Accredited Membership. ATMS currently accredits 24 natural medicine modalities. We are currently looking for an Education Officer who will support the Associations' pursuit of high quality standards of natural medicine education in Australia through our Recognised Provider and Course Accreditation program

    Key selection criteria:

    • Proactive, with ability to work unsupervised
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail
    • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and commitment to continuously strive for professional development, ability to work competently and harmoniously with colleagues and peers of all cultures and backgrounds
    • Sound understanding of VET and Higher Education sector, RTO industry compliance and ASQA and TEQSA Standards

    Experience & Qualifications:

    • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent.
    • A Diploma or higher level qualification in Education and/or Natural Medicine.
    • A minimum of 5 years' experience in Education and/or Natural Medicine.
    • Experience in course development, curriculum writing and/or course accreditation
    • Advanced computer skills

    Main Responsibilities:

    • Assessment of natural medicine courses against the ATMS Minimum Education Standards.
    • Develop Committee Reports outlining compliance, including providing recommendations to rectify issues of non-compliance
    • Liaise with education providers and attend open days, presentation nights or talks
    • Administrative duties relating to colleges and courses including maintaining the website listing, student engagement, membership reports and statistics.

    Application process

    For a Position Description please contact Charles Wurf , CEO at email:

    To apply, please click here.

    Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

  • 22 Feb 2018 12:20 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Who we are

    The Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) is the governing body for cricket in the state of Western Australia (WA). The WACA is home to WA's elite teams, the Alcohol.Think Again Warriors and the Alcohol.Think Again Western Fury, as well as the Big Bash League's male and female Perth Scorchers. We oversees the development of the game of cricket throughout WA and works in conjunction with Cricket Australia to make cricket Australia's favourite sport. Our vision is to be Leaders in Australian Sport in all areas including national team representation, elite team success, participation, engagement and fan experience.

    Who you are

    You'll be joining a progressive organisation who collaborates, innovates, supports each other, offers a flexible work environment, embraces diversity and plays to win. You'll add to the positive workplace dynamic with a similarly positive, optimistic and open minded approach. You'll be able to work autonomously but will value teamwork and opinions of those around you.

    What you'll be doing

    We are seeking a digital savvy enthusiast to enhance and expand the online presence of the WACA's profile and teams on the internet and social media outlets with the objective of promoting the brand, informing and engaging the public and user engagement.

    Key responsibilities will include:

    • Development of video content; feature/colour pieces, to news/press-conference and matchday productions for WACA and Perth Scorchers digital assets.
    • Development of Communications team graphics requirements, for use across WACA and Perth Scorchers digital assets.
    • Assisting in the creation and implementation of an engaging digital media strategy
    • Assisting in the operation of social media platforms and moderate presence across a number of streams including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube & Instagram.

    What you'll need to be successful

    • Proven ability to create content; written, research, interview, shoot/edit videos, produce videos, graphic design – with an understanding of what content works best on what social media platforms.
    • Proven skills in Final Cut ProX and the Adobe Creative Suite (Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop)
    • Experience in setting up and operating pop-up/makeshift studios, recording and camera equipment
    • Experience operating from a Mac platform
    • Excellent communication and collaboration skills
    • Accountable, disciplined and motivated personality, with a strong work ethic; must show close attention to detail, have an ability to prioritise, to work independently at times and as part of a team, and the ability to set and meet tight deadlines in a dynamic and challenging environment
    • An understanding of cricket

    You are encouraged to provide examples of your work when submitting your application.

    For a complete job description please visit our website If you have any queries about the role, please contact us at

    To apply, please click here.

    At the WACA, we measure ourselves on our actions through our behaviours or "How We Play". We collaborate, innovate, support each other, offer a flexible work environment, embrace diversity and play to win.

  • 22 Feb 2018 12:14 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Key selection criteria:

    • Proactive, with ability to work unsupervised
    • Attention to detail
    • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and commitment to continuously strive for professional development, ability to work competently and harmoniously with colleagues and peers of all cultures and backgrounds.
    • Excellent interpersonal, spoken and written communication skills

    Experience & Qualifications:

    • Intermediate knowledge of MS Office
    • Have previous experience as a Receptionist in an office environment
    • Strong customer service and administration skills
    • A general understanding of the natural health industry would be advantageous
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Organised with ability to multi-task and perform tasks efficiently
    • Must be reliable and able to work in a team environment
    • Strong focus on building and maintaining positive relationships with external stakeholders (health funds)
    • Knowledge of FileMaker will be well regarded

    Main Responsibilities:

    • Reception duties
    • Client interaction - greeting Clients and Visitors to the office
    • Assist in the CPE Audit process
    • Liaise with external stakeholders (health funds)
    • Sorting and filing of paper records for member files
    • Scanning documents for electronic filing system and arranging secure document destruction
    • Data entry – FileMaker
    • General administration duties
    • Attend staff meetings and participate in review procedures
    • Undertake continuous professional development if suggested during a review process
    • Represent ATMS in a professional manner at all times

    Application process

    In order to be considered for this role, applications must include:

    • A cover letter
    • A curriculum vitae

    Please send your application via email to Judith Margot at email:

    Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

  • 22 Feb 2018 12:08 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The University of Melbourne Graduate Student Association (GSA) is an independent, student-led, not for profit organisation which provides a variety of services to the University's 34,000 currently enrolled postgraduate students.

    GSA provides education-related programs and services which position our cohort for success during and after the completion of their advanced studies. A University of Melbourne postgraduate qualification is an incredible asset and GSA is committed to supporting these students through their study at Australia's #1 ranked university.

    GSA is an amazing place to work and our team is committed to continuing to improve everything we do.

    The Project Communications Coordinator is a newly created, contract role until May 2018, with possibility for extension.

    The role works within the Communications Team to develop and roll out communications specific to GSA's governance transition project. The project is a complex structural change aimed at giving GSA greater stability and continuity in how its elected graduate student council is equipped to govern the organisation.

    Reporting jointly to the Chief Executive Officer and Communications Manager (depending on tasks), they are responsible for general project assistance and administration, as well as a wide range of digital and print communications.

    Main duties include:

    • Assisting with the development and rollout of key messages regarding the governance transition project
    • Creating social media, email, blog and print content in relation to the project
    • Proactively respond to student concerns and act as a customer service
    • Working with external suppliers including videographers, photographers and graphic designers
    • Liaising with GSA's external PR company
    • Assisting the project team, Chief Executive Officer and GSA Council with general project administration where required, including the management of project and communications timelines
    • Assisting the Communications Team with additional communications tasks as required

    If you're a fit for the role described above, we want to hear from you.

    Applicants with experience in communications, project management and administration are encouraged to apply. You are welcome to contact Amy on to discuss the opportunity.

    To apply, please click here, including a CV and maximum 2 page cover letter.

    In your cover letter, please respond to the Key Selection Criteria listed at

  • 22 Feb 2018 12:01 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    About the business

    The Victorian Healthcare Association is the peak body for the $16b Victorian public healthcare sector. The VHA represents 96 per cent of the sector, giving it exceptional access, influence and scope. It provides its members with unified advocacy and policy development and a voice to State and Federal governments.

    Driven by a strong purpose, the VHA team is committed to supporting our membership to deliver the highest quality of care through our policy and advocacy work, capacity building programs, and events.

    About the role

    An experienced Manager of Policy is sought to manage the day to day activity of a small policy team, including planning and performance. Reporting to the Director of Policy, this position plays a key role in developing strategic policy positions and advocacy plans and driving their implementation, in line with the strategic direction and business plans of the VHA.

    Benefits and perks

    The VHA offers:

    • additional paid leave at Christmas and Melbourne Cup weekend
    • ongoing staff development and training
    • salary packaging
    • CBD location.

    Skills and experience

    Your main accountabilities are to:

    • Manage the Policy and Capacity Building teams, providing direction and support, and developing team members
    • Oversee the successful delivery of projects focused on national reform in aged care and disability
    • In collaboration with the Director of Policy, manage the delivery of the Victorian Healthcare Association's strategic policy and advocacy plan and drive its implementation
    • Lead and participate in policy development, implementation and promotion on a range of issues related to the strategic interests of the VHA and its members
    • Identify and monitor current health policy and funding issues, activity and timelines, sector issues and challenges, and plan accordingly.

    You will bring:

    • Strong team management experience
    • Flexibility and a positive approach
    • Excellent analytical and problem-solving expertise
    • Exceptional stakeholder engagement and management skill
    • Demonstrated public health sector and/or policy experience.

    To apply

    For a copy of the position description, please visit For further information regarding the position, please contact Emma Liepa on (03) 9094 7777.

    To apply, please click here. To be considered, your application must include a cover letter (two-page maximum) addressing the selection criteria, as well as a copy of your CV.

    Applications close at midnight Sunday 18 March 2018.

  • 22 Feb 2018 11:53 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Position: Wagyu Marketing and Communications Manager

    Reports to: Chief Executive Officer

    Direct reports:

    • Design and Digital Media Manager
    • Events Manager


    Wagyu cattle are derived from Japanese origins and are renown world-wide for the unique high-marbling and healthy fat profile of their meat which is sought by top restaurants and brands. Outside of Japan, Australia produces the vast majority of the Worlds Wagyu beef supply. Approximately 90% of Australian Wagyu beef is sold internationally into premium markets, with high levels of international investment interest in our industry. The total export value of Wagyu Beef from Australia exceeds $500 million annually, with industry growth approximately 20% year on year.

    The Australian Wagyu Association (AWA) is a member-based company that represents the interests of Wagyu cattle breeders and supply chain partners within Australia but also internationally. Through the collective efforts of our members, we undertake scientifically backed research and genetic improvement programs and maintain a register of Wagyu animals to consistently improve the Australian Wagyu genetic base. We have more than 600 members, some of which are Australia's largest Pastoral interests and 100 of which are international members (Wagyu producers from other countries).

    The AWA is focused on accelerating the Wagyu cattle industry within Australia, which is already the most profitable sector of the Australian Beef Industry. Wagyu cattle obtain significant premiums compared to other breed-types and their beef is a luxury product that is traded globally. Wagyu cattle are clearly recognised as the number one beef eating experience in Australia and for export and provide the most profitable beef production in Australia. The Australian Wagyu Industry is recognised as the number one source of the world's elite Wagyu genetics, breeding livestock and beef products outside of Japan.

    This is critically dependent on accurate dissemination of information to members and to animal registration to establish pedigree and enable recording of other performance information. The organisation is expanding with membership estimated to grow at 10% pa and registrations at 20% pa.

    Wagyu Marketing and Communications Manager Key activities:

    1. Use of genetic services: The AWA provides services to support its members registering Wagyu animals and entering performance data from these into the National genetic analysis software BREEDPLAN. This genetic analysis and its prediction of breeding potential through Estimated Breeding Values (EBVs) and Indexes are vital to breeding optimisation and genetic improvement. Wagyu EBVs are used to describe the genetic potential of animals for the valuation and trade of Wagyu genetics globally. The Marketing and Communications Manager will assist in development and communication of information to members regarding the use of genetic services.
    2. National Wagyu Conference: Each year the AWA manages and delivers the Wagyu Industry National Conference. The 2016 Wagyu Evolution, 2017 Wagyu Expansion and 2018 Wagyu Edge conference are examples. The National Wagyu Conference is recognised within the Australian Beef Industry as the leading annual National Conference with 500 delegates from Australia and Overseas attending.
    3. Wagyu Update Magazine: The AWA produces 3 key magazine publications annually to communicate progress, innovation and developments within the Australian Wagyu industry nationally and internationally. The Wagyu Update is a key communication platform for the AWA to its members and a valued source of reference material.
    4. Media management and marketing: The CEO and President of the AWA are the organisational spokespersons. The Marketing and Communications Manager will manage all media interaction through televised and written (including online) media and our social media profile through our webpage, facebook, twitter and Instagram accounts.
    5. Marketing insights and industry profile: The Marketing and Communications Manager will work with industry analysts and with other industry bodies (eg. Meat and Livestock Australia) to develop the profile of the AWA in being the source of reportable information and statistics regarding the Australian Wagyu industry.
    6. Product development and domestic marketing: The Marketing and Communications Manager will work with industry participants and supply chains to develop knowledge and information on the use of Australian Wagyu beef within the domestic market to support domestic market growth opportunities.


    The Marketing and Communications Manager is responsible for managing all internal and external communications for the company ensuring its messages are consistent.

    Duties of the Marketing and Communications Manager include:

    • Developing and leading an integrated communications strategy for the company incorporating PR, Marketing and Online.
    • Implementing communications plans to increase brand awareness and recognition for the organisation.
    • Developing relationships with key media to secure and grow media coverage both online and offline.
    • Writing press releases, media and communications for local and national media.
    • Adapting media and communications for international syndication ensuring stories translate to differing international markets.
    • Monitoring media and communications relating to the company and its brand and maximising opportunities for positive PR and playing down any negative PR.
    • Collating and analysing current communications and messages and ensuring consistency.
    • Communicating brand and core messaging to internal customers and stakeholders.
    • Overseeing the annual marketing and communications budget and ensuring its use is optimised.
    • Editing and production of the Wagyu Update Magazine
    • Production and delivery of the Annual National Wagyu Conference
    • Development of Australian market knowledge of Wagyu beef quality and attributes to underpin domestic acceptance and market growth.

    The ideal background of a Marketing and Communications Manager:

    • Previous experience as a Marketing or Communication's specialist for a similar organisation would be a strong advantage
    • Highly articulate individual with excellent written communications and presentation skills are essential
    • Bachelor's degree qualified or above, a relevant masters degree would also be an advantage
    • A proven ability to lead marketing and communications strategies in other organisations
    • Previous experience and understanding of Australian rural media and the Australian Beef Industry
    • Understanding of Beef Cattle production within Australia, the Australian domestic market and international markets and trading as related to Wagyu Beef
    • Understanding of Beef Cattle carcase quality and quality attributes for Wagyu cattle
    • Experience with luxury brands and the marketing and communications strategies that underpin them


    The AWA head office is located in the vibrant regional hub of Armidale within the University of New England in idyllic Northern NSW. Armidale has a large regional airport with more than 10 return flights to Sydney and Brisbane each day. It is preferable that the position will operate from head office and may be required to travel throughout Australia.

    Selection Criteria:


    1. Previous experience as a Marketing or Communications specialist for a similar organisation would be a strong advantage
    2. Highly articulate individual with excellent written communications and presentation skills are essential
    3. Experience in media including the rural media, optimizing on-line presence and communications
    4. Bachelor's degree qualified or above, a relevant masters degree would also be an advantage
    5. A proven ability to lead marketing and communications strategies in other organisations
    6. Previous experience and demonstrated understanding of the Australian Beef Industry, the Australian domestic market and international markets and trading as related to Wagyu Beef
    7. Understanding of Beef Cattle carcase quality and quality attributes for Wagyu cattle
    8. Experience with luxury brands and the marketing and communications strategies that underpin them
    To apply, please click here

  • 22 Feb 2018 11:33 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)


    Part time, contracted position from March 2018 – December 2018

    Based in Canberra


    Working across a range of areas, the Office Manager is a self-starter who has the initiative and insight to manage a wide range of responsibilities with efficiency, calmness and an eye for detail. Reporting to, and working with, the APPA President, the person focuses on managing the office to high standards, liaising with education stakeholders and providing administrative and other support to the President, the association's 8-member Board and 28-member National Advisory Council (NAC).


    Using a broad range of sought-after skills and experience, the appointee is positioned to develop these in an interesting and varied education association environment. The appointee would be responsible for:

    • Organising Board, NAC and other meetings, including booking meeting venues, accommodation and flights;
    • Supporting the President and Company Secretary in preparing meeting agenda and minutes of meetings, organising meeting documentation in a timely manner and assist in meeting ASIC requirements in relation to AGMs, documentation and reporting;
    • Monitoring accounts, and processing invoices and payments (through a separately contracted bookkeeper);
    • Ensuring the smooth working of the office administration and communicating effectively with stakeholders;
    • Working with and managing a small number of APPA business partners;
    • Keeping the APPA website and other social media up-to-date;
    • Managing various events including functions, forum and roundtables, and supporting the management of the APPA National Conference (Perth 2018); and,
    • Maintaining National Office systems and records.


    This position would well suit someone who seeks interesting and flexible part-time work in 2018. The position is based at the APPA National Office in Stirling, Canberra and there is reasonable flexibility in the hours worked.

    • Eligibility to work within Australia.
    • Occasional travel may be required.
    • Enjoy, and be capable of, working independently.

    To discuss further, please contact:

    Dennis Yarrington (APPA President) or 0466 655 468

    Submit Applications to:

    The Australian Primary Principals Association (APPA) is the peak national professional body representing 7,000+ primary school principals in Government, Catholic and Independent schools. Formed in 1974 and made up of the national and state and territory primary principals' associations across Australia, APPA has strong working relationships with the Minister for Education and Training and Ministerial Office, federal parliamentarians including the Shadow Minister for Education, the Department of Education, key education stakeholders, educational institutions and education authorities.

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