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.

  • 02 Aug 2017 2:06 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    18 month fixed-term contract

    Create value for the College's membership

    Convenient The Terrace location

    The Role

    This role sits within the Fellowship Relations team in the College's New Zealand office which facilitates and advocates the relationship between members and their College. The role is responsible for creating value for members via secretariat support for all NZ Committees of the RACP's Divisions, Faculties and Chapters.

    The Successful Candidate

    • As the successful candidate you will possess
    • A tertiary qualification – minimum Bachelor degree
    • Experience in delivering high quality executive support to committees
    • Demonstrated capacity to quickly understand and operate in a complex multi-stakeholder environment
    • Ability to work effectively with both internal and external stakeholders
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Excellent organisation skills and time management
    • Advanced skills in the use of MS Office and the use of databases
    • Strong relationship-building skills
    • Demonstrated ability to work in a team with a flexible approach to sharing tasks and working cooperatively
    • Self-motivated, focused, positive attitude, flexible, and proactive
    • Initiative

    Working Together as One

    In return for your commitment the College offers you the chance to join a prestigious international organisation. As an educational body, the College encourages its employees to continue their education through our professional development funds and internal training opportunities. Employees of the College also receive access to a range of benefits, including additional paid leave between Christmas and New Year and exclusive employee discounts

    To apply, please send your resume and short cover letter addressing the criteria listed under "The Successful Candidate" section by 14 August 2017

    For the position description, visit or click here to apply. 

    For any further information, please email

  • 02 Aug 2017 1:35 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Alzheimer's Australia, the national peak body providing support and advocacy for people living with dementia, is seeking aNNIDR Communications and Membership Officer to support the work of The NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research (The Dementia Institute). The Dementia Institute is a key element of the Australian Government's $200 million initiative to boost dementia research. It is an initiative of the NHMRC and is administered by Alzheimer's Australia.

    The Dementia Institute targets, coordinates and translates the strategic expansion of dementia research in Australia. The Institute will enable the activities of Australia's best researchers while also drawing on the expertise of consumers, health professionals, industry and policy makers to translate evidence into policy and practice. Through collaboration, including with international partnerships, achieving a 5 year delay in the onset of dementia by 2025 is the international priority set by the World Dementia Council to which the Dementia Institute will make a significant contribution.

    Your new role offers an exciting opportunity to put your science communication passion into practice, joining a growing not-for-profit organisation in a booming industry. You will have ample opportunity to develop your skills and experience by leading the implementation of a range of new and traditional, online and social media activities aimed at increasing awareness and understanding of dementia, and the latest dementia research. Your ability to use communications tools and practices will also be applied to improving engagement with the Dementia Institute's membership of researchers and other stakeholders.

    In this position, you will collaborate with other dedicated and talented Alzheimer's Australia's media and communications professionals across the country. Your peers in our national communications working group will be a source of inspiration, support and guidance at your disposal, while your daily work will be directed by the Dementia Institute's needs. Your bright and airy employee friendly workplace will be right in the hub of scientific excellence and close to transport at the NHMRC building in Civic.

    To be considered, you will possess:

    • Ability to communicate complex concepts and tailor these to specific audiences and stakeholder groups, including the ability to communicate scientific research effectively and credibly with audiences and individuals ranging from a lay person to a senior academic specialist
    • Degree or relevant professional qualification in a related relevant discipline
    • Ability to take an innovative approach to the Institute's communications, drawing on NHMRC and Alzheimer's Australia's commitment and support as appropriate, so that it has a big voice from a small base
    • Excellent oral and written skills; excellent track record in writing media releases, opinion based articles and publications that are picked up across a range of media channels
    • Confident networker with an ability to form alliances and partnerships with research, business and government leaders at the highest level (nationally and internationally)
    • Demonstrated success in writing for and utilising social media platforms to drive campaigns and to build a network of followers
    • Demonstrated experience in facilitating membership development, or equivalent experience in a research or commercial environment
    • Ability to work within high-level political agendas across a complex matrix of stakeholder groups and able to exercise sound political judgement and influence
    • A result oriented self-starter with lots of initiative, sound judgement and ability to work both independently and in a small team; high level attention to detail and evidence of a superior work ethic
    • Well-developed interpersonal skills including ability to work with people from a wide range of backgrounds; a level of maturity and confidence; discretion in dealing with sensitive and confidential matters; Ability to empathise with people with dementia and their carers

    Remuneration will be commensurate with qualifications and experience plus superannuation and generous fringe benefits (Tax benefits) available to employees of registered not for profit organisations.

    Applications close 9 AM Friday August 11th, and must include a CV and a written response to the above selection criteria.

    To discuss the role or obtain the position description, please contact: 

    Dr Christopher Pettigrew (available from Monday July 31 onward)
    Deputy Director
    NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research
    p: (02) 6217 9173 | f: (02) 6217 9035

    Applications can be made by clicking here or via email to

  • 02 Aug 2017 1:00 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Based in Melbourne CBD location, close to public transport. Permanent position. 

    The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP), the principal organisation representing the medical specialty of psychiatry in Australia and New Zealand, is seeking to appoint an Administrative Officer, Membership Services to join the Membership and Events Department.

    Reporting to the Manager, Membership Operations, this position will play a key role in supporting the RANZCP membership, by ensuring the effective administration of a range of membership services, developing member communications and by providing front-line information and support to members.

    The successful applicant will demonstrate:

    • Relevant degree or experience in customer service or administration in a health or membership organisation.
    • Strong attention to detail, and experience in administrative systems.
    • A strong customer service ethic and a professional, mature and proactive approach.
    • Good interpersonal skills, plus demonstrated high-level written communication skills.
    • Good organisational and time management skills.
    • A high level of typing skills and computer literacy, including proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and experience in database usage.
    • Ability to build relationships, liaise effectively and work collaboratively with staff and College members.
    • Experience in usage of membership databases and website content management systems is desirable.
    • Flexibility to assist team members as required.
    • Initiative and ability to undertake work with limited supervision and capacity to work collaboratively and cooperatively as a member of a team.

    In order to be considered for the position, all applications must be forwarded via the Expr3ss! link, and must include a current resume and a cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria.

    Applications close: COB Monday 14 August 2017.

    RANZCP is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

    No Recruitment Agencies please. Click here for more information

  • 02 Aug 2017 10:17 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    The full Position Description is available in the News section of the AAMT website (

    The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers Inc. (AAMT), founded 1966, is the nation's premier organisation of mathematics educators. It aims to:

    • support and enhance the work of teachers
    • promote the learning of mathematics, and
    • represent and promote interests in mathematics education

    The CEO will deliver high quality leadership of AAMT, being responsible for implementing the policies of AAMT, maintaining its public profile and for managing the staff, property and resources of the organisation. This is a hands-on role, with the CEO accountable for delivering identified outputs with the support of a small team. The CEO may be required to represent AAMT in high-level negotiations with government ministers, government departments, industry, and educational bodies.

    AAMT is seeking a CEO with exceptional leadership, management and strategic planning skills and highly developed interpersonal and communication skills. The CEO will have tertiary qualifications with experience in a leadership role in an educational organisation, and knowledge of key issues in mathematics education. The CEO reports to AAMT Council through the President, AAMT Council.

    AAMT Head office is located in Adelaide (CEO location is negotiable)

    Applications: Address your confidential application including a resume and the names of at least two referees to Ms Allason McNamara, President AAMT and email to to arrive before 5.00pm (ACST) on Thursday 31 August. Applications must address the Selection Criteria in the Position Description.

    The full position description and other information is available at

    Please direct initial enquiries to Zoe Ager in the AAMT Office (08 8363 0288;

    Applications close, click here to apply

    5.00pm (ACST) on Thursday 31 August.

  • 01 Aug 2017 3:59 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Location: Sydney, CBD

    Status/Hours: Full-time, 2-year fixed term contract

    About the Company

    Our client is a Not for Profit association of members who deliver skills, knowledge, insight, time and commitments to promote the science and practice of two medical specialties. They provide world standard educational, training and assessment programs, which equip members with the knowledge and skills to practice.

    About the Role

    As the Media & Communications Officer, you will be responsible for developing and implementing media and communications strategies, as well as other advocacy initiatives.


    • To be the primary contact person for journalists, secure media coverage and public engagement
    • Build and maintain relationships with key journalists
    • Support the development and implementation of both pro-active and re-active media and publicity strategies
    • Write media releases and other collateral to support media communications
    • Compile and distribute the media monitoring brief daily and monitor news and social media throughout the day
    • Identify relevant public policy issues, and assist in developing and implementing advocacy plans and/or campaigns
    • Provide media communications/marketing advice and analysis to promote these campaigns
    • Develop campaign communications materials for both internal and external channels
    • Support the management of campaign social media calendars and prepare and distribute social media content
    • Monitor campaign social media channels
    • Maintain and update content on campaign websites
    • Keep a record of relevant campaign statistics including website, social media, external media reach etc

    Skills and Experience

    As the successful candidate, you will possess the following key attributes:

    • Ideally a minimum of 3 years' experience as a Media & Communications Officer or equivalent and or a tertiary qualification in communication, public relations or related discipline or equivalent experience.
    • Sound working knowledge and understanding of a broad range of communications activities – websites, publications, speech writing, marketing, social media and events.
    • Demonstrable media liaison skills, including experience in writing and distributing media releases.
    • The capacity to develop and foster professional networks, and to build and maintain effective relationships with a broad range of people at various levels, both within and outside the organisation.
    • Personal attributes such as strong influencing skills, integrity, focus, diligence, flexibility, self-motivation and professional discretion.
    • Previous experience working in a not for profit organisation and/or healthcare industry would be advantageous.
    • Experience of website content management system, preferably Joomla preferred.

    The Benefits

    • A friendly and supportive working environment
    • Proximity to train station and bus stops.
    • Organisation supported social activities
    • Access to an Employee Assistance Program
    • One rostered day off each month (12 days each year) in addition to annual leave entitlements
    • Use of member advantage card for exclusive discounts on a range of products and services.

    How to apply

    Applicants should apply through Seek including a cover letter specifically addressing the key criteria for the role. We encourage applications of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent to apply.

  • 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.

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