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  • 27 Jan 2017 4:24 PM | Deleted user

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

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

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

    The CEO will:

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

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

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

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

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

    To apply, click here.

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

    About IPEd

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

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

    About the role

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

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

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

    Duties and responsibilities

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

    Skills and experience

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

    Culture and benefits

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

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

    Further information about IPEd and the position description are also available from the IPEd website

    Enquiries to the IPEd Secretary, email:

  • 20 Jan 2017 12:14 PM | Deleted user

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

    Key Responsibilities:

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

    To be successful you will have:

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

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

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

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

    To apply, click here

  • 19 Jan 2017 4:07 PM | Deleted user

    Gosford City Basketball & Sports Stadium (GCBSS) is a not for profit sporting organisation that exists to provide sporting and leisure opportunities for all ages and abilities, across various sports in a competitive and non-competitive environment for the local community and wider regions. GCBSS is an incorporated body controlled by an Independent Board of Directors.

    GCBSS currently has over 2000 registered members who participate in sporting activities on a weekly basis. The stadium is also the home of the Gosford City Rebels (Juniors) and the Central Coast Crusaders (Senior) Representative Teams who compete in sanctioned Basketball NSW events and competitions.

    The GCBSS building is owned by the organisation and is located on Central Coast Council land in the suburb of Terrigal. GCBSS does not receive any direct funding from the Local Government and relies solely on the support of its corporate partners, registered members, sporting programs and events to operate and maintain the building.

    The Board is seeking a highly motivated individual (preferably with extensive experience in Sports Administration/Management, a proven leader with the skills to focus on the management of the stadiums activities including its successful operational and financial performance. This is a hands on role that requires working in collaboration with a diverse range of stakeholders and providing effective leadership of the stadium. This will require strong collaborative leadership with the Board via the Chairman, staff and our volunteers through close adherence to the values and policies of the GCBSS. It would also be desirable to have sound knowledge of the sport of basketball and experience in association governance.

    Key attributes include:

    • Sports Management or similar degree preferred
    • Demonstrated strong leadership ability
    • Knowledge and understanding of Basketball NSW and Basketball Australia policies and guidelines
    • Excellent communication skills (verbal, written, active listening)
    • Must be able to work flexible working times
    • Stakeholder engagement
    • Highly organised and ability to prioritise multiple tasks
    • Analytical thinking and problem solving

    Applicants will need to demonstrate management experience, with preferably previous experience of sports administration and operation. This is a full time position of 40 hours per week and includes a requirement to work flexible hours including weekends and some weekday evening work.

    Salary will be based on skills and experience. Employment will be offered as a Fulltime position. Applicants will be required to have or obtain a Working With Children Check.

    Closing Date: 5pm Monday 6 February, 2017

    Only successful applicants will be contacted in relation to an Interview.

    Apply to:

    Name: Kellie Hassab

    How to apply: Applications or inquiries should be directed to:

    Kellie Hassab
    Vice Chairman GCBSS

    Applicatons Close 5pm Monday 6th February, 2017

    To apply, click here.

  • 19 Jan 2017 4:04 PM | Deleted user

    The Position

    The Executive Director, in partnership with the Caulfield Grammarians' Association (CGA) Committee, is responsible for initiating, developing and implementing a vision and strategic plan for the CGA that will foster a life-long connection to Caulfield Grammar School for its global alumni. In addition to strategy, this crucial role manages the day-to-day operations of the CGA, implementing local, national and international alumni engagement, leading event management including reunions, along with alumni marketing and communications. This senior position is the custodian of the CGA's daily relationship with the School and broader community, and builds productive long term relationships with stakeholders both internally and externally. As a leadership position, this role has governance, financial and human resource management responsibility for a small team.

    Skills & Experience

    As a leader, the successful candidate will have outstanding strategic and organizational acumen, with the ability to translate ideas and strategy into results, exceptional stakeholder and relationship management skills and an acute awareness of operating within a member-based environment.

    • At least five years' management experience, leading a small team of direct reports.
    • Leading and implementing a vision for an organization, and a track record of delivering on strategy.
    • Experience in a member-based organisation, such as School or University Alumni, Sporting, or Industry Group.
    • Events management experience; delivering a comprehensive event programme.
    • Experience implementing, maintaining and improving processes, procedures and systems.
    • Understanding of the independent education sector, and cultures within parent and alumni groups.
    • Experience developing strong school and community partnerships and relationships.
    • Minimum of a Bachelor degree, preferably in Marketing, Communications or Business.

    Company Profile

    The Caulfield Grammarians' Association (CGA) is the alumni organisation of Caulfield Grammar School, whose members comprise all former students of the School. The Mission of the CGA is to maximise the level and quality of engagement with members so as to provide maximum value to them while complementing the vision and mission of Caulfield Grammar School. The CGA has served the interest of its members since 1885, through the organisation of reunions; the promotion of sporting, social and cultural clubs; and career development and business networking activities. Caulfield Grammar's network of past students is one of the largest in Australia, and has a key role to play in the ongoing development of the School and its former, current and future students. This is a unique opportunity join one of Australia's leading alumni organisations.

    Expressions of Interest may be submitted to Darcy Franklin at Heidrick & Struggles, via email including a CV and brief cover letter.

    Please note the closing date for expressions of interest for this position is the 8th of February 2017.

    To apply, click here

  • 19 Jan 2017 3:58 PM | Deleted user

    We are looking for a Membership Services Coordinator reporting to the Chief Executive Officer.

    About Australian Lottery and Newsagent Association

    We are the Australian Newsagents Federation trading as Australian Lottery and Newsagent Association (ALNA). we Advocate via Industry leadership, representing the interests of members and provide a focused vision for the future with innovative solutions to government, regulatory authorities, Industry partners and stakeholders. We Advance via a culture of actively exploring and implementing new strategies and professional services to support continuous improvement, growth, success of our members and the industry. We Advise and are our Members and stakeholders preferred choice for professional advice, support and educational programs.

    About your new role

    As the Membership Services Coordinator you are responsible for the delivery of membership growth through assisting membership acquisition and retention and driving membership engagement and participation. Keeping in line with the mission and values of ALNA, you are also required to role model the professional behaviours that create a high performing, engaged, member centric culture, and ensuring all member and prospective member contact is engaging and rewarding.

    Key responsibilities:

    Work with the General Manager in each state on

    • membership growth, engagement, and retention strategies to achieve our membership goals:
    • coordinate events and functions.
    • To Provide outstanding customer service in all interactions with members and prospects to assist in delivering on member's experience and membership growth.
    • ensuring regular contact made with members and proactively build relationships with members to understand member's needs and insight for retention.
    • feedback provided by members and non- members to allow for continuous improvements.
    • administrative processes to maintain accurate records for membership and ensuring a high integrity database.
    • product and service knowledge well maintained through regular sharing within and across teams

    About You

    For you to be successful in your application, you will ideally come from a professional services or professional membership association and have the following skills and experience:

    • Previous experience in a similar position within a crm orientated environment
    • Highly developed interpersonal skills and passionate about helping members
    • Strong fluent oral and written communication skills
    • Able to work in a small cohesive team or individually as required.

    If this sounds like you, we can offer you a challenging and rewarding environment that supports your career goals and aspirations; from access to training through structured professional development, If you want to be part of our team during an exciting time, we'd love to hear from you.

    To apply, click here.

  • 19 Jan 2017 3:54 PM | Deleted user

    About Our Organisation

    Glen Eira Kindergarten Association (GEKA) is an Early Years Management group based in the municipality of Glen Eira in Melbourne's South East. We manage and support nine community kindergartens, setting the highest standard of professionalism in early years education in partnership with our community in Glen Eira. At GEKA we are proud of our exceptional track record and community standing.

    About The Position

    To lead GEKA in its next stage of evolution the Board is seeking a professional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) that is committed to maximising outcomes for children's early years.

    Reporting to the Board, the CEO will help shape the development of GEKA's direction and will work closely with educational leaders and the community to deliver exceptional learning and life experiences for local children. The CEO will further develop and lead GEKA's strategic and operational activities, with "hands on" accountability for strategic planning, operational and financial management and stakeholder management. The position suits a self-motivated person who can balance a focus on the future with continuous improvement of today.

    About You

    This represents a fantastic opportunity for an educational leader looking for an exceptional executive role in a local community. To be successful, you will need to demonstrate:

    • A proven track record in successfully leading all aspects of educational centres, achieving excellent quality and service outcomes
    • In depth understanding of the early learning and education sector, including experience with ACECQA quality frameworks, government funding processes and compliance requirements
    • Leadership in brand and reputation management in local communities
    • Exceptional communication skills, written and oral with experience reporting to Board and managing a diverse range of external stakeholders
    • Engaging people leadership, fostering a culture that enables individual and team performance
    • Strong financial and commercial management capability
    • Formal qualifications in education and management
    • Australian right to work status and current clear Police Check

    If this sounds like you, and you would like to be part of this exceptional not-for-profit organisation, we look forward to hearing from you.

    Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

    To apply, click here

  • 19 Jan 2017 3:39 PM | Deleted user

    • Team: Family Business Australia – National
    • Hours: Full time, 5 days per week, 7.6 hours per day
    • Location: Family Business Australia – Melbourne

    Family Business Australia:

    Family Business Australia (FBA) supports the long-term success of family businesses. Our goal is to be viewed by families in business as a centre of excellence and a trusted partner in assisting them to solve their family issues and strengthen their businesses. Our vision is to be an indispensable trusted partner associated with providing invaluable recourses for a sustainable family business community.

    Position Summary:

    Reporting to the CEO, this role is responsible for developing and delivering a coordinated national membership growth program which will align to FBA’s strategic objectives and the needs of FBA's Members. In this role, you will work closely with the Marketing, Education and State Managers in ensuring all member and prospective member touch points are utilised thus ensuring FBA is in a position to maximise its potential to secure new members and increase its member retention program. This role is also responsible for the management, development and growth of FBA Forum groups. This is a “roll up the sleeves and get involved” position.

    • “Own” the membership offer
    • To drive the Membership program and monitor its performance against performance plans, activity plans and budgets designed to achieve the Association’s membership objectives.
    • To review FBA’s membership packages and establish a suitable member offer that will deliver successful and profitable growth in FBA memberships
    • Lead the effective implementation of strategies to maximise membership recruitment and retention
    • Work closely with State Managers to ensure the membership targets are reached
    • To drive the Forum groups participation rates
    • Work closely with FBA Forum facilitators to maximise Forum group numbers and the level of engagement of FBA offerings to Forum participants.

    Key Relationships:

    Internal: The National Membership & Forum Group Manager reports directly to the CEO. Other key internal relationships include the State Managers, the Education Manager, the Marketing Manager

    External: Members, Forum Facilitators and Suppliers

    Experience and Qualifications

    Essential Experience 

    • Experience in business development management and the ability to prospect for new clients by networking, cold calling, advertising or other means of generating interest from potential clients. They must then plan persuasive approaches and pitches that will convince potential clients to do business with the company.
    • Experience in developing a rapport with new clients, and set targets for sales and provide support that will continually improve the relationship. They are also required to grow and retain existing accounts by presenting new solutions and services. The Membership & Forum Group Manager will work with mid and senior level management, marketing, and technical staff.
    • Strong organisational skills and ability to handle several projects simultaneously with a focus on timelines and completion deadlines
    • Strong written and oral communication skills

    Qualifications, Certification, Accreditation or Licence 

    • Minimum of five years proven client-servicing experience gained through marketing, public relations, event organization or membership experience at an appropriate level, preferably in a service industry.
    • A demonstrated ability to liaise effectively with senior management in the corporate sector
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
    • High standard of computer literacy (Word, Excel, Access)
    • Demonstrated ability to undertake a high level of member service
    • Database management

    For a more detailed position description please contact Prue Dana –

  • 10 Jan 2017 10:03 AM | Deleted user


    On behalf of the Refrigerated Warehouse & Transport Association of Australia (RWTA), a not for profit association servicing the Australian temperature controlled logistics industry, the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA), is seeking an Australia Representative to provide member services and operational guidance to achieve the goals of the association.

    Below is a description of the tasks for the contract position that includes but is not limited to:

    a. Membership

    • Serves as the primary point of contact for all Australian members
    • Visits with warehouse members on a regular basis to build and maintain relationships
    • Actively promotes RWTA member benefits offerings
    • Develops and implements strategies to actively focus on growing membership
    • Maintains a comprehensive list of potential and current members in association’s database
    • Attends and represents the RWTA and GCCA at exhibitions, trade shows, conferences, and meetings
    • Builds alliances with partners and affiliate associations in Australia
    • Promotes RWTA and GCCA programs and resources to current and prospective members

    b. Marketing, Public Relations and Communication

    • Executes a strategy to promote awareness of the industry generally and the RWTA and GCCA, specifically, within the private, education and government sectors
    • Maintains relationships with relevant trade and mainstream media in Australia
    • Works closely with GCCA’s Director, Marketing & Communications to promote the activities of the RWTA and the Australian Cold Chain globally
    • Promotes organization and cold chain awareness through government agencies, local universities, organizations and institutions with special interest in cold chain issues

    c. Business Development & Sales

    • Cultivates and manages industry relationships with associate members
    • Works in coordination with GCCA’s Director, Business Development to sell sponsorship, advertising and exhibit opportunities to Australian associates for both regional and global events and or programs

    d. General

    • Participates in association meetings and conference calls, as requested
    • Supports the RWTA Board and the GCCA Asia-Pacific Region Advisory Council
    • Regularly liaises with and supports all State Division Chairmen and Committee members

    This is an entrepreneurial position that requires the ability to work independently or collaboratively with colleagues around the world, as the circumstances demand. The ideal candidate will be a dynamic professional, who thrives on variety and meeting deadlines. He or she will demonstrate well-developed interpersonal skills, and possess excellent written and oral skills and a high level of computer literacy. The contract position is a full-time position and will be located from a home office anywhere in Australia. Travel is required to numerous Australian events. Position reports to GCCA’s Vice President of International Programs.

    Please send Cover Letter, CV and Salary Requirements to Richard Tracy, Vice President of International Programs, GCCA at by 15 February 2017.*

    *CVs will be reviewed upon receipt and potential candidates will be contact for further discussion. Position will be open until filled.

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