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.

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  • 11 Dec 2018 1:08 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)
    • Newly created position
    • Expand your career in a respected Australian and New Zealand medical health organisation
    • Key member engagement and support role

    The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, the principal organisation representing the medical specialty of psychiatry in Australia and New Zealand, is seeking to appoint an experienced and dynamic professional to oversee the College’s membership engagement strategies and activities.

    An exciting opportunity exists to enhance the College's engagement with members, and to deliver on a range of exciting initiatives aligned with our strategic priorities around meeting the needs and expectations of College Fellows, trainees and Affiliates.

    Reporting to the Executive Manager, Membership & Events, the successful candidate will be responsible for the development and implementation of effective membership strategies and initiatives, and will help to raise awareness of key activities and services across the organisation. The Manager, Membership Development will also manage the new RANZCP Foundation, due to be launched in 2019.

    The successful candidate will have relevant qualifications or work experience, and will demonstrate:

    • Relevant tertiary qualifications and management experience, preferably in a membership based organisation
    • Proven ability and experience in a similar role, including membership engagement and development and the delivery of membership activities linked to organisational goals
    • High level organisational skills, including the ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively, manage multiple projects concurrently, establish priorities and work to tight or competing deadlines
    • Demonstrated ability to think strategically, research issues, formulate recommendations, implement decisions and review outcomes
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the proven ability to produce engaging content for a range of channels and prepare reports and other documentation to a publication level
    • Demonstrated marketing knowledge and experience
    • Highly developed relationship management skills and the ability to nurture positive working relations across the College
    • Strong analytical skills and well-developed business planning abilities, and the ability to identify, recommend and implement improvements to benefit members
    • Demonstrated ability to lead and manage a broad portfolio of tasks
    • High level of understanding and skills in using relevant computer applications, including proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and experience in database software
    • Flexibility and willingness to travel interstate and overseas, and undertake weekend and out-of-hours work as required
    • Experience in, or an understanding of, fundraising and foundations is highly desirable

    Applications close: 9.00am Monday 7 January, 2019

    All applications must be submitted via Expr3ss! and must include a covering letter addressing the key selection criteria for the application to be considered. Apply here. 

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

  • 11 Dec 2018 8:21 AM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)
    • Experienced, energised fundraising professional required  
    • See potential and make it reality
    • Make a difference in 2019
    An opportunity for a passionate an energised professional to take fundraising for this not for profit organisation to a new level in 2019

    Click here for more information

  • 10 Dec 2018 6:18 AM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)

    Crane Association of New Zealand Incorporated (CANZ)

    Crane Training New Zealand Limited (CTNZ)

    “The number of cranes that pepper the skyline is a useful indicator of economic activity.” – Sept 2016

    There couldn’t be a better time to be the voice for an industry of continued growth and further potential! 

    We’re looking for an experienced general manager to work with the Council President and Board Chairperson to enable the governing bodies to fulfil their governance function in a well-managed way. 



    Values and relationships

    You’ve got everything you need to build solid and sustainable growth through building trusted relationships and partnerships.  Whether with regulatory agencies, the Council, media, or community organisations, our values and your rapport building skills will set you up for success.

    The nuts and bolts 

    Ideally, you will have strong hands on operational skills, running processes in a fast-paced environment.  Perhaps your GM and operations skills have you ready to step up to the role of CEO?

    This role is for someone who will enjoy building strategy, culture and brand, to achieve the well-defined ambitions of our industry.  Our values include excellence and commitment so proactive leadership is key.

    Our goal is to find a hands-on leader with experience in a member-based organisation.  Management of an association would be helpful, as would exposure or a qualification in Trades. 


    We’d love to know!  We want to hear your successes, your goals and see if we’d be a good fit for your future.

    Currently, the role is Wellington based but is negotiable. The role includes a bit of domestic travel.  There is an outstanding administrator to support you, and a retiring CEO willing to put time into the transition phase. 

    If this sounds exciting to you then apply with your CV and a cover letter telling us a bit about you, and why you’d be the perfect CEO for Cranes.

    Applications close Monday 7th January 2019.  Short-listing and interviews will take place mid to late January.

    Applications are through Seek 

  • 05 Dec 2018 1:25 PM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR based in Caulfield North, Victoria

    • Exciting opportunity to lead the largest grass roots Jewish organisation in Australia
    • Diverse national role delivering Sport, Life and Wellbeing programs

    Maccabi Australia is the national body that coordinates and advances the objectives of Maccabi across Australia. Due to a change in the structure, they wish to appoint a capable Executive Director to build on current programs and achieve even greater effectiveness in operations. There are 54 affiliated sporting clubs, 22 of which are in Victoria.

    Reporting at Board level, you will manage a small team and liaise with 100’s of committed volunteers. Future strategies include

    • Sport development
    • Brand development & marketing
    • Revenue raising
    • Governance & risk
    • Maccabi Life – health, mental health & wellbeing

    For this top leadership role in a diverse and complex organisation, you will need extensive experience at GM level, strategic ability to provide guidance to States and Sporting Clubs and good finance/administration management ability. You will have sound communication and influencing skills, and the capacity to be a figurehead who can successfully drive and deliver change. An interest in Sport would be well regarded.

    If you can operate at top level, yet also ‘roll up your sleeves’, please apply to or call Philip Mayers in confidence on 0412 104 096.  Closing date 2 January 2019.

  • 03 Dec 2018 9:29 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Manager Professional Education

    Do you have a passion for enabling learning?

    Do you have experience in the development and delivery of a range of professional education opportunities across multiple delivery formats and platforms?

    This is an exciting opportunity for a person with the right match of skills and experience to lead a dedicated professional development team for a member-based association based in Melbourne, CBD.

    This position will provide strategic leadership and coordination of valued and innovative professional development offerings for the speech pathology profession. In conjunction with advisory committees, the role will include responsibility for the design and delivery of professional education and training programs across a range of formats and learning platforms.

    The position is full time (with possible negotiation of 4 days/wk). An attractive remuneration package is available to the right candidate.

    If this position sounds like you, come and join us in promoting a culture of and commitment to lifelong learning within the speech pathology profession.

    For further information, including the position description, please contact Gail Mulcair, Chief Executive Officer at Speech Pathology Australia’s National Office, on 1300 368 835 or email

    Applications, including a cover letter and CV addressing the Position Description selection criteria, should be submitted to the Chief Executive Officer, via email

    Applications close: COB Wednesday 12 December 2018.

  • 26 Nov 2018 1:03 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Accommodation Association of Australia (AAoA) is a national body that provides a unified voice for the tourism accommodation sector, Australia's fastest growing industry.

    An exciting opportunity exists for a highly-motivated, self-starting professional to work closely with some of the world's most recognised hotel brands and tourism bodies.

    We are currently seeking a suitable applicant to join our diverse team and support our corporate projects as we gear up for the next phase of company growth.

    The ideal candidate will be a dynamic and motivated individual that is passionate about office administration, personable and ready to take ownership of the role and work autonomously to a system of better processes and improvement in operations.

    The successful applicant will manage a small team of employees, and will be responsible for the day-to-day administration of the Association. In addition, the person will provide support to the Association's CEO, and assist him in his efforts to deliver the Association’s strategic goals.

    The successful applicant will work from the Association’s head office in Sydney CBD.

    Key responsibilities and job functions will include:

    • Business Management
    • Exceptional communication and relationship building skills, and the ability to drive business priorities for members
    • Lead and manage team effectiveness in a small but busy office
    • Sound knowledge or an ability to adapt to business principles of a not for profit membership organisation
    • Ability to communicate effectively with all members and stakeholders/clients to provide responsive, accurate and relevant information and services
    • Advanced experience using Microsoft Office Suite and operating corporate business systems
    • High level of attention to detail and proof reading
    • Excellent time management skills
    • Ability to negotiate with internal and external stakeholders ensuring we achieve the best results
    • Maintain the Corporate Group’s social media profile including Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter including: Running the social profile for the Association
    • Managing and creating web content
    • Editing and making content changes to the corporate website (in WordPress)
    • Operate with absolute discretion and confidentiality
    • Input financial data into MYOB

    Personal Assistant to CEO:

    • Providing administrative support to the CEO and coordinate the timely preparation of reports
    • Managing the CEO’s calendars, email management and handling correspondence
    • Taking minutes and writing them up subsequently and actioning them as required
    • Build and prepare excel spread-sheets, PowerPoint presentations, reports and other documents to support internal business proposals/ plans and board reports
    • Undertaking special projects to support the CEO

    Main requirements for the position:

    • Proven experience in managing a small team
    • Proficiency with CRM platforms and database management
    • Proficiency with Social Media and WordPress
    • Advanced Microsoft Office skills - Experience with MYOB an advantage
    • Experience coordinating board meetings, reporting and dissemination of information and minutes
    • Ability to plan and manage projects
    • Experience in membership organisations would be very desirable.


    • Ability to multitask and prioritise tasks
    • Excellent time management skills
    • Well-developed organisational skills using appropriate systems
    • Attention to detail
    • Great verbal and written communication skills
    • Professional discretion
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to build effective relationships across all levels, both internally and externally
    • Advanced proficiency in the Microsoft Office package including Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
    • Strong report writing and presentation design capability (strength in building excel files and PowerPoint material)
    • WordPress experience for making changes to content
    • Ability to work autonomously and complete tasks in a timely manner as well as enjoying being part of a team

    To apply for this exciting opportunity please forward a covering letter and resume here. 

  • 22 Nov 2018 3:29 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    TYPE: Full Time

    POSTED: 21/11/2018

    CLOSING DATE: 04/12/2018

    CATEGORY: Membership

    LOCATION: Canberra

    The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) is the national peak body representing Australia’s 30,000 pharmacists working across all sectors and all locations in Australia. We are currently seeking a General Manager – Membership to play an integral role in driving an existing innovation and change agenda across the organisation, as we extend and shape opportunities for pharmacists to deliver quality use of medicines.

    The General Manager- Membership is a full time Senior Executive level position reporting to the Chief Executive Officer in Canberra. The position will work with our Senior Executive team to implement PSA’s strategic and annual operating plans, and lead a strategic review of the Society’s member value proposition.

    This is a rare and career defining opportunity to make your mark, working for a leading professional association in the health sector. The successful candidate will be an accomplished leader, with the proven ability to inspire others and work with a range of stakeholders to enable change.

    To be successful in this role, you must be able to address the following selection criteria:-


    • Minimum of 10 years’ experience in relevant roles at senior executive level;
    • High level expertise in member acquisition, engagement and retention, gained in commercial and/or member association roles;
    • Demonstrated experience or expertise in business development;
    • Proven experience as a change agent, with strategic vision and demonstrated experience in leading a business transformation or improvement program;
    • Ability to effectively engage with and report to a Board of Directors;
    • Ability to train, motivate, coach and provide feedback to staff in the Membership team environment;
    • Experience working collaboratively across functional business units to establish a strategic direction and lead sustainable business growth.


    • Knowledge or understanding of the Australian health system and issues facing Pharmacy.

    This is an excellent opportunity for those ready to step up to a senior leadership role and an excellent remuneration package is on offer.

    Applications for the position must include a brief cover letter, an updated CV and a short response to the selection criteria listed above. Please lodge applications via the jobs mailbox at or visit our advertisement on Seek.

    Applications close 5pm Tuesday 4th December, 2018

    All applications will be reviewed and assessed for suitability as they are received. Discussions and interviews may commence prior to 4 December, 2018.

    Download the position description here. 

    Apply here. 

  • 22 Nov 2018 10:49 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    About the Company

    Sports Medicine Australia (SMA) is Australia’s peak national umbrella body for sports medicine and sports science and is the leading advisory body on all medical and health issues for active people, from weekend enthusiasts of all ages through to elite level competition. The healthy and safe participation of Australians in sport is the primary concern for all involved with SMA. SMA membership incorporates a diverse range of sports medicine and sport science professionals. SMA is a Not for Profit Registered Training Organisation. It provides nationally accredited training as well as its own industry accredited training.

    About the role

    This is an exciting time for SMA. Following a period of significant change, SMA is now seeking a Chief Executive Officer to lead our national operations on a part time basis in a challenging and rewarding role. The CEO is responsible to lead a total workforce of 27 employees across Australia, with 9 direct reports. Current revenue is approximately $3.7 million per annum. This role will primarily be based out of our office in Albert Park.

    The CEO will work in partnership with the National Board and be accountable for the success of Sports Medicine Australia (SMA) by ensuring relevance to members, sponsors and partners in the accomplishment of SMA’s mission and vision. The CEO is responsible for providing innovative leadership and operational management within a best practice governance framework made up of the SMA Constitution, legislative regulations and the SMA’s policies and procedures. The CEO leads by example, responsible for providing clear and positive leadership to create and maintain a vibrant, open and ethical working culture.

    Key responsibilities of the role include:

    • Leading the People and Culture strategy.
    • Reporting and Communication with internal and external stakeholders.
    • Strategic Planning and Development, enacting the vision of the board.
    • Finance and governance.
    • Operational Management.
    • Change Management.

    Our ideal candidate will bring the following experience, skills and competencies to the role:

    • Executive level management experience - leading within a not for profit environment experience an advantage and a tertiary qualification in business or related qualification is preferable.
    • Experience leading a business through significant change with a well-developed organisational leadership ability including proven ability to build staff engagement, team cohesion and strength in delegation and communication.
    • Experience developing and managing a budget of $2m+ with proven ability to grow a business in terms of profit or revenue.
    • Board level experience/exposure.
    • Track record of sustained achievement of strategic goals.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Commercially astute with strong negotiation skills.
    • Report writing and business planning skills.
    • Visionary outlook, ability to communicate that vision with vitality and passion.
    • Innovative/entrepreneurial drive.

    How to apply:

    To apply click here and attach your CV and a cover letter outlining why you are the most suitable candidate for the role. Applications close on 14 December 2018. For a confidential discussion regarding the role or a copy of the position description, please call Sean Johnson on 0411 871 065.

  • 22 Nov 2018 10:43 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is a professional member-based association that represents over 9500 veterinarians and students across Australia.

    We have an exciting opportunity to join the AVA as a regional events and membership officer supporting our Regional Manager (SA, WA and NT Divisions.) In this role, you will work with the Regional Manager and committees to provide support to the AVA members and for continuing professional development activities across the region.

    The key responsibilities in this role are:


    • Assist in organising practitioners’ seminars and conferences
    • Set up online registration site for events in the region
    • Liaison with trade exhibitors and sponsors,
    • Prepare and manage speaker contracts
    • Assisting with promotion of events with the Regional Manager


    • Provide a high level of customer service to members by keeping up to date with AVA activities, including national events, advocacy, membership drives, media campaigns etc
    • Work with Regional Manager in the implementation of membership and student strategies
    • Actively promote membership to prospective members
    • Investigate solutions to member queries and communicate results back to member and/or forward to appropriate AVA staff member for resolution
    • Update relevant member database
    • Assist in member benefit programs as required

    Administration & Communications

    • Manage communication on the Region’s social media pages
    • Manage advertising in regional eLine, including selling space
    • Respond to internal and external telephone enquiries
    • Filing and archiving of all documentation within AVA region
    • Managing accounts payable and receivable in a timely manner using SAP (an advantage)

    To succeed you will need to demonstrate your experience in delivering:

    • Strong membership and organisation skills with minimum 2-3 years’ experience
    • Excellent customer service to members, volunteer committee representatives and external stakeholders
    • Demonstrated ability to manage many competing priorities
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Demonstrated ability to use a high degree of professional judgement
    • Outstanding attention to detail and strong analytical skills
    • Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft applications
    • Events management experience desirable
    • Driver’s licence desirable

    Note: Interstate travel may be required and from time to time required to work outside of normal hours.

    If you feel you have the skills and experience that meets our requirements, please apply by submitting your resume and cover letter to Interested candidates must be living in Australia with appropriate working visa.

  • 12 Nov 2018 1:20 PM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)

    • An experienced person with PM and BA skills
    • Looking to join a fast-growing organisation supporting Government initiatives?
    • Could be a part time or full-time position

    This is an exciting position looking for an experienced Project Manager or Business Analyst who has a combination of PM and BA skills to join a fast-growing organisation looking to create safer and healthier workplaces in New Zealand.  

     here for more information      Job description click here  

    Closing date: Friday , 7 December 2018.

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