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.

  • 18 Feb 2020 10:00 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Company overview
    The Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia (RIMPA) is a not-for-profit company who represent over 1,800 information management professionals and organisations in the private sector, Commonwealth, Federal, State and Local Governments.

    RIMPA is the longest serving peak body for industry practitioners in the southern hemisphere and actively promotes best practice, sets industry standards and fosters professional development across all business sectors and educational institutions.

    RIMPA has active Branches and Chapters operating in all states and territories across Australia and New Zealand.

    Through its international partnerships with other peak bodies, RIMPA provides its members with access to an accomplished framework of professional associations.

    RIMPA has strategic alliances with the Information Governance ANZ and Institute of Managers and Leaders.

    Our vision
    RIMPA's vision is to advance, connect and encourage excellence in records and information management while advocating the values of the profession.

    RIMPA's Board of Director's consists of one elected member from each Branch with a Chair elected from the Board of Directors, who formally represents the Association. The Board may consist of up to three external independent directors.

    • Thomas Kaufhold (Chair, ACT)
    • Tim Newbegin (Vic Chair, VIC)
    • Lisa Read-White (Governance Branch)
    • Rebbell Barnes (NSW)
    • David Pryde (NZ)
    • Petá Sweeney (QLD)
    • Bonita Kennedy (SA)
    • Suparna Chatterjee (WA)
    • External Independent Director (vacant)

    The Board meets twice per year face to face for up to two days at alternating venues across the country. The September-October meeting is held at the site of the RIMPA National Conference (RIMPA Live) which will be in Canberra in October 2020 and Sydney in September 2021.

    The Board meets for three or four video-conferences of up to two hours each between major meetings.

    Directors may be allocated to a portfolio of the Board which would require teleconferences from time to time.

    Board papers are distributed by electronic means one week prior to meetings.

    About the external independent director role

    RIMPA seeks an external independent director with skills in one or more of the following areas:

    • Professional development and education
    • Industry networking and advocacy
    • Developing new revenue streams.
    • The term of appointment to the Board shall be for a period of up to three years, with eligibility for reappointment.

    RIMPA is committed to ensuring those in key roles are able to fulfill their duties and responsibilities to achieve the strategic goals of the company. Board members operate in a culture of respect and participation and are expected to:

    • Ably demonstrate their skills and experiences.
    • Present and distribute reports in sufficient time to allow full consideration before meetings.
    • Actively participate in discussions, encouraging other to participate and respect others opinions.
    • Consider financial and risk management as high priorities.
    • Form productive relationships with other board members and work collaboratively.

    RIMPA covers the cost of travel, accommodation and meals in relation to face to face meetings and the cost of teleconferences.

    Currently, Board members are not remunerated.

    Eligibility for the role
    To be eligible for appointment as an external independent director, you must:

    • Demonstrate high level skills in one or more of the nominated areas.
    • Not currently or previously be, or be eligible for, professional membership of RIMPA.
    • Not hold any kind of information/records qualification.
    • Not have any personal or professional relationships or positions which may constitute a conflict of interest or compromise your independence.

    How to apply
    Provide a CV, complete the eligibility declaration and respond to the following criteria (up to 4 pages only). Please demonstrate your:

    • Qualifications and experience in one or more of the identified areas.
    • Previous board experience and relevant governance training.
    • Knowledge and understanding of the not-for-profit sector.
    • Ability to interpret company financial reports and ensure compliance with statutes and standards.

    Forward you application to: Anne Cornish –

    External Independent Director
    Eligibility Declaration

    Name: _____________________________________________________

    By ticking the following I declare I am eligible to be considered as an external independent director for the RIMPA Board.

    ___ I am not currently, or have previously been, eligible for membership of RIMPA.

    ___ I do not hold any kind of information/records qualification.

    ___ I do not have any personal or professional relationships or positions which may constitute a conflict of interest or compromise my independence.

  • 10 Feb 2020 3:46 PM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    The Master Landscapers of SA (MLSA) is the peak association representing the Landscaping Industry in Adelaide and regional South Australia.

    MLSA is dedicated to promoting professionalism and quality practices throughout the industry.

    We are seeking a Chief Executive Officer with association experience who can continue to develop the short and long term objectives of the MLSA throughout the course of their contract.

    With particular strengths in strategic development, sales, marketing and events, you will provide strategic and tactical leadership of the association.

    Key responsibilities include:

    • Liaison with sponsors, members, affiliated associations, and government organisations
    • Development of a 5 year strategic plan in consultation with the board and external consultant(s) and ensuring its alignment with existing short- and long-term goals
    • Development and implementation of marketing strategy
    • Leading and motivating staff to advance employee engagement and develop a high performing team
    • Overseeing all operations and business activities to ensure they produce the desired results and are consistent with the overall strategy and mission

    Key attributes required for this position:

    • Exceptional communication and negotiation skills
    • Strong leadership skills
    • Ability to form and develop professional relationships
    • Public speaking and presentation
    • Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
    • Time management and organisation skills
    • Skills and experience in managing and coordinating staff and consultants
    • Aptitude in creating positive and productive workplace culture
    • Problem solving and analytical skills
    • Friendly and approachable
    • Patience – keeping calm and professional particularly under stress
    • Honest and trustworthy
    • Presentable at all times
    • Motivated
    • Flexible and adaptable

    The CEO role is a full-time maternity contract with working hours as required. Contract duration and salary will be negotiated depending on qualifications and experience. Driver’s license and use of personal vehicle is required, however, fuel will be provided for use through the working week. Annual and personal leave are accrued on a pro rata basis.

    If you meet the above criteria and are available to start soon, we would love to hear from you. We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates to submit their resume and a brief cover letter.

    Applications can be made to by close of business 29 February 2020.

    Whilst all applicants will be carefully considered, we will only be able to personally contact those candidates that are short-listed for interviews.

  • 07 Feb 2020 9:28 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Organisation Purpose
    The purpose of the Australian Medical Council Limited (AMC) is to ensure the standards of education, training and assessment of the medical profession and to promote and protect the health of the Australian community.

    Position Purpose
    Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, you will be a member of the AMC Senior Executive Group, which is responsible for leading strategic and best-practice initiatives across the organisation.

    You will be responsible for the Company Secretary responsibilities including advising the AMC’s Directors on best practice corporate governance requirements and practices, legal obligations, reporting and disclosure and in carrying out their fiduciary duties.

    You will also be responsible for managing processes to ensure AMC resources are managed efficiently and effectively through operational oversight of Corporate Services functions including Finance, Reporting, Cost modelling, Audit, Property, Investments, Payroll, Risk, Insurance, Travel and Administrative Services.

    This position will assist in advancing the change agenda of the organisation and will play a key role in collaborating with all levels of management in the implementation and ongoing review of the AMC Strategic Plan.

    The full position description is available at

    This role is offered as a full-time position on an initial five-year contract.

    To apply for this position please submit via Seek your resume, along with a brief cover letter outlining your interest in and suitability for the role.

    Applications close at 9am, Tuesday 25 February 2020.

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