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 info@ausae.org.au 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.

  • 29 Aug 2017 2:17 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    The New Zealand Orthopaedic Association (NZOA) is the recognised provider of specialist orthopaedic education in New Zealand, in partnership with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

    The Education and Training Manager is responsible for the administration of the NZOA Orthopaedic Education and Training Programme for Orthopaedic Trainees.

    We are looking for someone with the following skills and competencies:

    • Excellent administration and organisational skills, including preparation of agendas and minutes.
    • Experience in organising events.
    • High level communication and relationship management skills.
    • Superior computer skills.
    • Knowledge of education and training, ideally within the health sector, is desirable.

    We are looking for an enthusiastic person with a sense of humour, who likes working with people to join our small team in Wellington. This is a full-time position with the requirement to work flexible hours when necessary, as some weekend and evening work and domestic and trans-Tasman travel is required.

    For a copy of the job description contact Carolyn Cummins, email admin@nzoa.org.nz .

    Applications close on Friday, 1 September 2017, and can be emailed to admin@nzoa.org.nz

    For a copy of the job description contact Carolyn Cummins, email admin@nzoa.org.nz

    To apply, click here

  • 29 Aug 2017 2:10 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Organisation Profile

    Our client is a well-established business association representing a well-known manufacturing and commercial region located on the CBD fringes of Auckland.

    They are self -funded through membership fees and staffed largely by volunteers.

    Role Profile

    This is a part time and paid position with a budgeted salary for approximately 20 to 25 hours per month.

    The key purpose of the role is to promote membership and demonstrate value add to the ;local members through the organisation of events and promotions.

    The role would suit a person already involved in the business community seeking a community based role with a business networking focus.

    This role could tie in well with a person already involved in other business or community activities such as Rotary or Lions.

    Responsibilities

    • Promote the Association
    • Organise promotions
    • Organise events
    • Promote member cohesiveness

    Background Experience Required

    Ideally you will be a successful manager with proven experience in a NZ based manufacturing, distribution, light commercial or service based organisation.

    A sound knowledge of marketing and modern business communications such as social media would be a distinct advantage

    Experience in event planning and promotional activities is highly desirable

    To be eligible for this position you must currently reside in NZ and have a legal right to work permanently in this country.

    To apply, click here

  • 29 Aug 2017 1:51 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Associate Professor Peter Larmer, President of Arthritis New Zealand, said he had accepted with regret the resignation of long-standing CEO Sandra Kirby. Sandra has provided great leadership for nine years. While we will miss her and her enthusiasm, …31 July 2017

    Arthritis New Zealand President opens search for new CEO. 

    Associate Professor Peter Larmer, President of Arthritis New Zealand, said he had accepted with regret the resignation of long-standing CEO Sandra Kirby.

    “Sandra has provided great leadership for nine years. While we will miss her and her enthusiasm, we see this as a great opportunity for a new leader to continue to grow our reach,” he said.

    Professor Larmer said Sandra is highly regarded as a visionary leader who has led Arthritis New Zealand’s team of staff and volunteers in providing services for more than 624,000 Kiwis affected by arthritis, and developing awareness of the disease as a serious health issue.

    “Her ability to work effectively with a wide range of stakeholders has seen Arthritis New Zealand become one of the most highly regarded charities in the sector and she leaves the organisation well-positioned to build on her achievements,” he said.

    Professor Larmer stressed that Arthritis New Zealand has a robust strategic plan, very capable Board and senior management teams, and well-tested business continuity plans to ensure effective operations continue while recruitment for a new CEO gets underway.

    This article was originally sourced from Scoop NZ


  • 29 Aug 2017 1:45 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    About the company

    HERA is a key influencer and innovator within the heavy engineering sector both in New Zealand and internationally. It provides a combination of research, training, advisory, industry development and promotional services. With a strategic focus on driving innovation and business opportunities, and strengthening its role as the voice of the industry, HERA has been successfully servicing the metals industry for over 38 years.

    About the opportunity

    The Chief Executive provides strategic leadership and efficient management of all aspects of HERA's activity. This includes the enhancement of organisational capability and accountability; and development of close relationships and collaboration with a variety of stakeholders, including business and central government. The development of strategies that realise economic growth for the industry, and foster a customer focused and efficient organisation culture are crucial in the position.

    Ideal skills and knowledge

    Preferred candidates should be progressive, energetic and highly influential in style. You will have open, engaging and collaborative leadership qualities, well developed political and intellectual acuity, and a track record of delivering impressive results. In addition, your ability to form a breadth of strong relationships will ensure the association continues to go from strength to strength as an industry champion.

    A strong interest and understanding of the industry is paramount combined preferably with a professional metals engineering qualification. However, more important is your business leadership experience, and the ability to collaborate and have the courage to advocate. What a great way to put your passion and knowledge of the industry to the best use!

    How to apply

    To apply in strict confidence now, click below, or email your cover letter and CV to cvakl@sheffield.co.nz quoting 287154sk. Applications close on 8 September 2017. Emails will be electronically acknowledged and further correspondence may be by email.

    To view the position description as well as the HERA strategy and rules documentation, please visit the Job Search page at www.sheffield.co.nz.

    For more information please phone Ian Taylor on +64 9 367 1501 or Raewyn Brown +64 21 917 203.

    You can also visit the HERA website at www.hera.org.nz.

    For more information, click here

  • 25 Aug 2017 2:01 PM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Position Title: Media & Communications Manager
    Reports To: CEO
    Position Location: Level 2, 394 Bourke Street, Melbourne 
    Time Fraction: Full-Time 38 hours per week
    Contract Tenure: 6-12 months parental leave contract from mid-November 2017 onwards
    Total Remuneration Package: c. $85k p.a. negotiable
    Contact for Position Enquiries: Tim Johnston on tjohnson@vafi.org.au

    For further information on the key responsibilities and selection criteria, click here.  

  • 25 Aug 2017 10:21 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    The National Marketing and Membership Engagement Manager will be responsible for leading and implementing effective marketing and member retention strategies.

    Type: Contract, part time, variable and flexible hours per week
    Location: DIAA national office (Werribee); remote working will be considered
    Applications close 5 pm EST 28 September 2017
    Applications to: jobs@diaa.asn.au

    About the DIAA

    The DIAA is a peak national body representing dairy product manufacturers and suppliers to the dairy processing industry. The DAA promotes excellence in the Australian dairy industry by providing a forum for communication, continuing education, professional growth, recognition and fellowship for all members, sectors and participant organisations involved with the dairy industry.

    About the role

    The National Marketing and Membership Engagement Manager will be responsible for leading and implementing effective marketing and member retention strategies. This is an exciting hands-on role with room for growth, flexible working arrangements and the support of a small, experienced team.

    Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Creating and implementing promotional and membership campaigns and strategies across a variety of channels and platforms, and in conjunction with state branches.
    • New member welcome and engagement
    • Driving proactive member communications in conjunction with the Communications Manager
    • Developing and implementing member retention strategies
    • Assisting with organising and running events as required
    • Developing a marketing strategic plan
    • Maintaining an online membership database
    • Processing new and renewing member applications
    • Providing membership reports and analysing membership information for management

    To be successful you will have:

    • A marketing degree or equivalent work experience
    • Exceptional people skills and an understanding of the particular challenges of working with volunteer committees in a non-profit environment
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
    • Highly developed computer skills
    • Excellent time management skills
    • Ability to work on your own initiative and in team environment
    • Experience working with not-for-profit, volunteer-based organisations is an advantage

    Culture and benefits

    DIAA is entering an exciting new phase in serving and representing its members, and this position offers you the opportunity to play a key role in the development of its services, membership and image.

  • 25 Aug 2017 10:08 AM | Shayne Morris (Administrator)

    Responsible for accounting and financial management of the Dairy Industry Association of Australia (DIAA), the national professional association of post farm gate professionals

    Type: Contract part-time, 0.1 – 0.2
    Location: DIAA national office (Werribee); working remotely will be considered
    Applications close 5 pm EST 28 September 2017
    Applications to: jobs@diaa.asn.au

    About DIAA

    The DIAA is a peak national body representing dairy product manufacturers and suppliers to the dairy processing industry. The DAA promotes excellence in the Australian dairy industry by providing a forum for communication, continuing education, professional growth, recognition and fellowship for all members, sectors and participant organisations involved with the dairy industry.

    About the role

    Reporting directly to the Federal President, the Federal Treasurer will be responsible for DIAA accounting, banking, BAS returns. DIAA uses the web-based accounting system Xero. The membership system and event management system, linked to a payment gateway for online payments, provides income and accounts receivable ledger exports to the accounting system.

    The Treasurer, with other national staff (the National Executive Officer, Business Development Manager, Communication Manager and Membership Manager), can work remotely, but will be required to attend the National Office located in Werribee on a regular basis. There will also be occasional interstate travel to attend SRC meetings.

    Duties and responsibilities

    • Advise and assist branch officers, Council and staff in the preparation of budgets
    • Coordinate the approval and processing of transactions according to policy
    • Raise subscription renewals and other billings and record offline payments received
    • Manage DIAA’s online banking system and payment gateway
    • Process BAS returns, annual CAV returns, and liaise with auditors
    • Prepare regular financial reports for branches and the SRC

    Skills and experience

    • Demonstrated capacity and experience in the complete accounting cycle, using accounting software such as Xero
    • Highly developed skills in using the Microsoft Office suite of programs
    • The ability to work in a systematic way with a minimum of direction
    • Excellent interpersonal, spoken and written communication skills
    • The ability to work effectively as part of a team

    Culture and benefits

    DIAA is entering an exciting new phase in serving and representing its members, and this position offers you the opportunity to play a key role in the development of its services, membership and image.

  • 22 Aug 2017 2:09 PM | Kate Geden

    General Manager, NZ College of Public Health Medicine

    •        Leadership and management  role
    •        Professional membership organisation
    •        Multi-talented individual sought

    The New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine is the professional membership organisation representing the specialty of public health medicine in New Zealand. The College delivers high quality specialist training to registrars; monitors and supports the continuing professional development of its fellows; advocates for policies and practices that promote public health; and provides a range of services to its members.

    The General Manager is responsible for the overall management of the staff, finances, general business, projects and initiatives. The role is varied and interesting, requiring a wide range of skills. In particular you will need the ability to engage and communicate at a range of levels.

    The College is based in a friendly office in central Wellington, with its members spread nationally and internationally. The GM is well supported by a small staff team and an elected governance Council. Occasional travel will be required.

    To apply, please send your curriculum vitae and covering letter to admin@nzcphm.org.nz

    Applications close: 5pm, Thursday 7 September 2017

    For further information, view the position description here or contact the current General Manager on jane@nzcphm.org.nz or 04 472 9183.


  • 17 Aug 2017 9:32 AM | Kerrie Green (Administrator)

    The Organisation

    Our client is reputable and long-established, not-for-profit organisation and health promotion charity that helps thousands of Queenslanders every year. They provide a variety of support, services, education and information to individuals, families and the health, aged and disability sectors. They also fund research initiatives and provide an essential link between the community and support services to ensure that their clients can face the future with confidence and independence.

    Job Description

    The Fundraising and Marketing Manager position is a newly created role. This is a rare opportunity to join a unique organisation in a start-up role, where you can actively drive the development and implementation of their integrated fundraising, marketing and communications strategy. You will focus on fundraising, marketing and communications objectives by delivering innovative activities and events. Reporting to the CEO you will play an integral role in raising income and the awareness they need to deliver services to their clients.

    Key Selection Criteria

    About you:

    • Proven experience in a similar position within the fundraising and/or marketing and communications (health sector well regarded).
    • Relevant tertiary qualifications (Fundraising, Marketing, Media, Communications and Public Relations well regarded).
    • CFRE credential, or be willing to undertake as part of your commitment to your own ongoing professional development.
    • Membership of FIA, APRIA, AMI or similar association well regarded.
    • Well-developed interpersonal skills and ability to effectively engage with internal and external stakeholders.
    • Passionate, focused and driven with a desire to produce quality work and outcomes.
    • Motivated, responsible, diligent and you take pride and ownership of your work.
    • Enjoy working autonomously and as part of a small team while being both strategic and hands on.

    Skills and Experience:

    • Proven ability to develop and monitor strategic fundraising plans including budgets and forecasts.
    • Proven success delivering revenue growth from philanthropic sources.
    • Proven experience working with a range of stakeholders including clients, families, service providers and government agencies and success in influencing these stakeholders in a sensitive manner.
    • Strong networking and communication skills with the ability to attend events which may be outside work hours.
    • Ability to multi-task / time manage to deliver successful outcomes on a variety of concurrent projects.
    • Demonstrated competence in the use of MS Office suite and social media platforms
    • Strong understanding of CRM databases, ThankQ, Raisers’ Edge or iMIS well regarded.
    • General office administration skills and record maintenance.
    • Current, Open, Queensland Driver’s licence.

    To apply, upload your covering letter, succinctly outlining how you meet the key selection criteria along with your CV  by clicking here. 

    Applications close by 22nd September 2017. The recruitment process will commence immediately.

    What’s On Offer:

    • Competitive salary with tax incentives.
    • Mentoring from the CEO, who has a quality focus and best practice standards.
    • Grow your expertise and make the role your own.
    • Access to professional development opportunities.
    • Opportunity to make a major difference in people’s lives.
    • Full-time 3-year contract.
    • Located in the Southern Suburbs of Brisbane with ample on street parking.

    For more information about this position please contact Rena Watson, HR Business Partner on 07 3287 2266.

  • 15 Aug 2017 6:23 PM | Julie Young

    The Institute of Internal Auditors - Australia is seeking a Professional Development Content Developer who will report to the Manager Professional Development. The position is permanent, full time, located in Sydney CBD.

    The Professional Development Content Developer is responsible for managing and growing IIA-Australia’s suite of training and professional development programs.  This is a hands-on role that encompasses all aspects of creating and delivering relevant professional development programs, including, working with the Professional Development Committee to develop and execute the PD Strategy; research; design; scheduling; speaker selection; marketing and sales; facilitator and client liaison; contract management; budgeting; and answering course enquiries. The incumbent will also be required to manage the IIA-Australia’s annual member webcast program and provide support in supporting the PD Manager in developing conference programs, and perform general office duties when necessary.

    Duties:

    1.  Identify and develop training programs to meet current needs of members and other customers
    2. Develop course content, session outlines, key learning outcomes and course structures in conjunction with subject matter experts
    3. Supporting the Professional Development Committee in delivering its strategic objectives and provide secretarial support of this committee
    4. Generate marketing initiatives to drive interest in public courses, in-house training programs, webcasts and other professional development activities
    5. Manage all aspects of in-house training including responding to client briefs, undertaking training needs analysis, identifying and engaging with appropriate facilitators, preparing proposals, contract administration, facilitator administration, post course evaluations and sales call where required
    6. Manage all aspects of the professional development webcasts including the identification of ‘hot’ topics, identifying and briefing the best presenter to deliver the webcast, contract administration, coordinating webcast arrangements, and post webcast evaluations
    7. Identify subject matter experts in topic areas and establish a pool of high quality facilitators for training courses, webcasts and activities
    8. Liaise with subject matter experts to support the review, refresh and development course outlines and materials.
    9. Contribute to the development of the professional development budget
    10. Track expenditure on facilitators’ travel, accommodation, training materials, and webcasts and identify initiatives to reduce costs
    11. Prepare weekly status reports on all public and in-house activities and achievement of revenue targets
    12. Manage and maintain the Aptify CRM system in respect of all professional development activities

    Requirements of the role

    1.  Experience in instructional design and/or needs analysis
    2. Strong research and analytical skills
    3. Sales drive and results driven (tenacity)
    4. Customer focused to respond to the needs of members
    5. Proven ability to work to and achieve revenue targets in a strategic manner
    6. Demonstrated agility in responding rapidly to market opportunities and delivering profitable outcomes
    7. Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
    8. A team player (across the business)
    9. Ability to work autonomously on driving the IIA-Australia’s training and professional development program
    10. Degree qualified in a relevant discipline an advantage
    11. Certificate IV in Training and Assessment an advantage
    12. Experience working with committees desirable
    13. Knowledge of using CRM database systems

    Resume and CV may be sent to john.harmata@iia.org.au Closing date for applications is 29 August 2017.

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