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  • 14 Jan 2020 3:39 PM | Phil Hurst

    The Aerial Application Association of Australia ('four As') delivers programs for members in the aviation industry covering crop protection, fertiliser, seeding and firebombing - Spraysafe, AIMS, aviation safety and training are just some of the Association initiatives making a difference.

    If you understand practical risk management, aviation, rural Australia, enjoy interacting with people and have strong skills in communication then this is a unique position.

    The position is Canberra-based although frequent travel to regional Australia is an integral part of the job. Please call the CEO Phil Hurst on 02 6241 2100 to discuss or email for a full info pack.

  • 06 Jan 2020 12:31 PM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)

    NZAC is seeking an experienced professional to manage the National Office and the business of the association.

    The NZ Association of Counsellors (NZAC) is the professional association for counsellors in Aotearoa/New Zealand.  The role of the Executive Officer is to support all of NZAC to promote professional counselling in Aotearoa New Zealand through ethical practice, research and professional development.  Incorporating our responsibilities to Te Tiriti and in particular to support National Executive, represent the work of National Executive in specific strategic areas, manage the NZAC operations and proactively manage the National Office.

    The successful candidate will 

    • Be familiar with and have an ability to integrate Te Tiriti o Waitangi practice
    • Have a background in, or be familiar with, an allied health discipline and experience of working in a membership based organisation
    • Be experienced with staff management and familiar with all relevant employment legislation
    • Have an ability to work in a team environment and within the committee structure of NZAC
    • Have strong business and financial management experience 
    • Hold a relevant post-graduate qualification or equivalent professional development history

    For more details see the job description at:

    To be eligible for this role you must be a NZ citizen, resident and currently able to work in NZ.

    To apply please send a covering letter, outlining your experience and qualifications to undertake this position, together with a curriculum vitae to: 

    Applications close on Friday 24 January 2020 

  • 13 Dec 2019 6:24 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Coordinate and deliver event logistics for our high-profile health and education organisation

    • Full Time fixed term contract until July 2021
    • $76,906 k+ per annum plus 13.5%
    • East Melbourne location, close to Jolimont station and the MCG

    The position
    Reporting to the Conferences and Events Manager, this role will work with key departmental stakeholders to coordinate, administer and deliver a range of national events and educational programs throughout Australia. In particular, this role will focus on the successful delivery of the logistics of Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) workshops for our members (predominantly GPs). This is a new program with 30 workshops held throughout the year and participant numbers ranging from 20 – 80.

    These workshops are held on weekends and throughout Australia so the flexibility to work weekends and regularly travel to rural Australia is essential.

    As well as owning the event logistics for these AOD workshops, you will also have the opportunity to support and learn from the broader team with larger events and conferences.

    Some of your responsibilities will include:

    • Coordinate and deliver event logistics for the national Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) workshops including, venue sourcing, catering, AV, room setup, travel and accommodation bookings for presenters and staff
    • Support the event coordinators with the planning and delivery of event related materials including event apps, websites, registration and email systems
    • Provide administrative and logistical support to the national events team

    This role will suit someone with plenty of initiative who is passionate about delivering events and is keen to learn and develop as an events professional.

    We are looking for someone who also has:

    • Experience supporting the delivery of conferences and events
    • Extensive customer service experience with a high level of commitment to excellent customer service delivery
    • Extensive events administration experience
    • Excellent attention to detail
    • Experience working in a busy team environment with the ability to manage competing priorities
    • Flexibility to regularly work weekends and travel to rural Australia
    • A current Australian driver’s license

    Experience in EventsAir and/or working in a member based organisation will be also be well regarded.

    For a copy of the position description visit

    What’s in it for you?
    You will be joining a high-profile health and education organisation where progressive leadership, innovation, integrity, collaboration and accountability is valued. Benefits of working at the RACGP include 13.5% superannuation, easy access to public transport, annual leave loading, additional leave over the Christmas and New Year period and discounts to a large range of retailers.

    The RACGP is a winner of the Employer of Choice Award category within the Australian Business Awards. The Employer of Choice Award recognises achievement through effective recruitment, engagement and retention of staff.

    To apply for this position, please submit your CV and cover letter expanding on your skills, experience and interest. Please ensure that your application is submitted in one PDF or Word document.

    All final applicants for this position may be asked to consent to a criminal record check. Please note that applicants with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position. Each application will be considered on its merits.

    Applications close AEST 11:55pm – Sunday 5th January 2020

    Interviews will be conducted week commencing January 13th 2020

    The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications are encouraged from people with a disability, people who identify as Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, mature age and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Candidates must have the right to work in Australia. 

  • 10 Dec 2019 9:11 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Resource Industry Network is currently seeking a dynamic, motivated, team player to be our Membership Officer. This right individual will be responsible maintaining relationships with our existing member organisations and ensuring that services are being provided as agreed; growing the membership base, and creating new, and managing existing, value add member services.

    Resource Industry Network represents businesses associated with the engineering and heavy industrial sector in the Mackay region and provides members with opportunities to:

    • CONNECT with the right people with the right levels of influence in the resource sector as well as a valuable member network.
    • DEVELOP practical pathways to making your business succeed and assist in developing regional capability.
    • PROMOTE a region of excellence in the resource services sector and the innovation and capability of our members and industry.


    • Experience in a relationship or account executive role in the service industry that required you to:
      • build and maintain solid relationships with business owners (and their representatives)
      • attract new clients
      • develop new service offerings to retain client base
    • Customer relationship management (CRM) knowledge with a proven record of building a customer (or membership) base through both growth and retention
    • Ability to engage and communicate with people from varied backgrounds and at different levels of authority.
    • Advanced computer literacy across a range of applications including Microsoft Office, Outlook, social media platforms and experience with CRMs systems, including reporting tools.
    • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills with the ability to work closely within a tight knit small team and Board.
    • Has excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills


    • Demonstrated previous experience working in a similar role in an Industry or Membership Association would be an advantage.

    Attributes Required:

    • Ability to work without supervision, is self-motivated and solutions focused
    • Ability to work effectively within a small, resourceful, not for profit team and work collaboratively with others
    • Ability to manage changing demands/priorities as required
    • Willingness to contribute to organisations duties as required
    • Friendly, courteous and professional

    Our office is located in Mackay, and occasional travel is required (reimbursement is provided for any private car use).

    You must be an Australian permanent resident.

    We are offering a permanent full-time position with a salary negotiable dependent upon experience.

    If you have the above skills and experience, as well as the ability to work autonomously, are self-motivated and solutions focused and work effectively within a small, resourceful team then we would like to hear from you.

    To apply for this role, please send your resume and cover letter, indicating why you are interested in the role to by 9am Monday 16th December 2019.

    Applications will be processed upon receipt and the successful candidate may be able to start immediately. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for an interview.

  • 06 Dec 2019 5:00 PM | Amelia Hodge

    Three roles, one in each state!

    Organisational Context

    The Australian Property Institute (API) represents the interests of property professionals who undertake the full range of property valuations, plant and machinery valuers, property analysts and investment advisers, property fund and asset managers, property and facility managers, property lawyers, property researchers and academics.

    The API’s primary role is to set and maintain the highest standards of professional practice, education, ethics and professional conduct for its members and the broader property profession. The API is committed to building and maintaining a strong base for the future of the property profession through broadening the expertise and knowledge of its members.

    Position Purpose

    This dynamic, member facing role calls for excellent communication and customer service skills, together with a strong attention to detail and a mindset of continuous improvement.

    You will be a self-starter, who is confident, driven and a genuine team player. Whilst the position will be located in a capital city, the position requires a national mindset to work to national professional development and membership goals.

    Member Services Managers are part of the Member Services Team and will exemplify the recognised values and behaviours of the API.

    This role is a full time position with some interstate travel required, as approved by the CEO or GM Professional Development and Membership.

    Position Requirements

    • Demonstrated experience and aptitude for customer service-oriented work with the ability to liaise with both internal and external stakeholders.
    • Business development with a view to build constructive and long-term relationships
    • Demonstrated capability to provide customer centric membership services to a diverse member base
    • Well-developed interpersonal and written and verbal communication skills including the ability to copywrite and direct communication to members and stakeholders
    • A positive attitude with the ability to work within a team to support team goals and also work autonomously, with an ability to meet deadlines and display initiative as well as organise and prioritise work.
    • Demonstrated expertise representing organisations in a professional manner.
    • Demonstrated ability to provide secretariat services and administrative support to Boards and Committees, Discussion Groups and other specific working groups including preparing agendas and circulating minutes.
    • Good process management and problem-solving skills with a flexible and adaptable approach to work.
    • End-to-end event management skills including managing event budgets.
    • Proficient computer skills with experience using a computerised membership system.
    • An understanding of and the ability to apply WHS and EEO principles.

    Experience & Qualifications


    • Minimum five year’s administration experience.


    • Tertiary qualification in a Communications, Business Management or Business Development related discipline.
    • Knowledge and/or experience with a membership/not-for-profit organisation is desirable.

    Reports to

    The Member Services Manager reports to the Head of Member Services, and is part of the Professional Development and Membership team of the API.

    Staff Management

    This position has no direct reports.

    Duty Statement

    Key areas of Accountability


    • Provide excellent customer service as the primary point of contact for membership enquiries and leads in your locality
    • Support members through the member life cycle including account administration, payments, onboarding and member benefits
    • Coordinate and deliver events and member engagement activities
    • Manage events to approved budgets and outcomes
    • Promote the Association and the benefits of membership to potential members and the public and identifying opportunities for member growth
    • Work closely with the API Communication and Marketing team to write copy for event listings and promotional newsletters specific to your State or Territory
    • Maintain an accurate and robust member database and generating membership reports and analytics for management as required
    • Report internally local issues including changes to state/territory legislation
    • Provide administrative support to State Committee Chairs, State Committees, YPP Committees and other Member groups as required.
    • Identify sponsorship and corporate partnership opportunities and work with internal stakeholders to ensure these opportunities are explored in a coordinated manner.
    • Coordinate requests for Chair Nominations (a service provided by the API).
    • Represent the API as required

  • 05 Dec 2019 1:10 PM | Michael Linke

    The Australian Institute of Architects is the peak body for the architectural profession in Australia, representing more than 11,500 members across Australia and overseas. The Institute works to improve our built environment by promoting quality, responsible and sustainable design, promoting the architectural profession and being the public voice for architecture.

    Responsible for the management and development of all facets of the Institute’s member services portfolio, the National Membership Manager is a high-profile position with a strong focus on business development and member growth, including acquisition, retention, analysis and engagement.

    The role involves working closely with the Institute’s senior executive team to develop operational strategies which positions the Institute as an agile, responsive and practical professional association.

    In addition, the role manages and collaborates closely with a number of national committees focused on the continued delivery of future talent into the membership pipeline, including SONA (Student Organised Network for Architecture); EmAGN (Emerging and Graduate Network), in order to effectively drive and deliver the strategic growth objectives of the Institute.

    Who we’re looking for…

    You’ll have completed tertiary qualifications relevant to business management and possess significant demonstrable leadership experience leading and managing teams. You will have experience working in a peak professional association where you can demonstrate previous success in membership engagement and growth.

    Possessing an understanding of the architectural profession and/or the construction industry and strong leadership skills you will be motivated by the challenge of delivering membership benefits and services programs supported by timely, transparent and comprehensive reporting, analysis and forecasting.

    Experience managing contracts and agreements related to services delivered combined with budget management and demonstrated experience achieving financial targets is essential.

    You will possess the ability to maintain a solutions-focused approach driven by the desire to think outside of the box to provide solutions or services to meet the changing needs of members.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Lead, coach and develop a team of five staff in the Membership team with a high-performance mindset;
    • Work closely with the General Manager Membership Services to project, prepare and monitor membership revenue, budgets and cash flow for specific reporting periods;
    • Report to National Executive and Council on Membership revenue, targets and initiatives;
    • Manage and streamline the annual membership renewals process ensuring cash flow targets are achieved;
    • Develop, manage and evaluate member recruitment and retention and reinstatement campaigns
    • Develop and deliver valued, inspiring and relevant products and services to support practice, members and prospective members;
    • Maximise the value proposition of membership by managing the development of the membership benefits and services program across all membership types, including the student, graduate and emerging architect members through the management of, and close collaboration with SONA (Student Organised Network for Architecture) and EmAGN (Emerging and Graduate Network);
    • Engage with state-based chapters to encourage and support effective member recruitment;
    • Build relationships with relevant Institute business units to ensure that every opportunity to engage with current members and to recruit potential members is maximised.
    • Manage the Institute’s contracts and agreements portfolio of products;

    Why the Australian Institute of Architects?

    As an organisation, we are committed to providing a healthy, flexible, rewarding and inclusive environment. Driven by our culture and values and steeped in history, the Australian Institute of Architects has been supporting the careers of Architects and the profession since 1930 and is committed to enabling our people by driving change and innovation internally and for our members. The successful candidate will be part of an altruistic and impactful community supported by an inspiring management and leadership team as well as a wider network of state-based peers.

    Careers that promote and celebrate excellence in architecture

    To apply please visit our website

  • 05 Dec 2019 1:05 PM | Michael Linke

    The Australian Institute of Architects is the peak body for the architectural profession in Australia, representing more than 11,500 members across Australia and overseas. The Institute works to improve our built environment by promoting quality, responsible and sustainable design, promoting the architectural profession and being the public voice for architecture.

    With a key focus on managing member service delivery to Members across Victoria, the State Manager is an integral part of the Membership Services team. Working closely to support the State President, the role is responsible for implementing policy and programs, and utilising State resources and contacts to achieve the Institute’s strategic objectives.

    Who we’re looking for…

    You’ll have completed tertiary qualifications relevant to business management and possess significant demonstrable leadership experience leading and managing a diverse team. Ideally, you’ll have experience working in a peak professional association where you can demonstrate previous success in membership engagement.

    You’ll provide the contemporary thinking and leadership that will deliver on all aspects of our strategic vision, while also continuously developing our member services portfolio across the State. On a broader level, you’ll play a key role in influencing positive change and innovation across the sector, as well as building strong relationships with government to demonstrate your advocacy and policy expertise, utilising your outstanding communication and media skills.

    You embrace collaboration, accountability and innovation, with the confidence and professionalism to quickly build credibility and working relationships with a broad range of stakeholders. You will demonstrate resilience and stress tolerance by continuing to perform effectively when faced with time pressures, adversity, disappointment, or opposition and remain focused, composed, and optimistic in difficult situations, bouncing back from failures or disappointments.

    A strong financial and commercial mindset will allow you to identify and explore new opportunities for growth and collaboration with our partners to ensure the Institute delivers services to members that are practical, relevant and responsive while ensuring profitability and financial success.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Build and implement strategies to drive membership growth, with a focus on both new and renewing memberships through delivery of innovative engagement initiatives.
    • Facilitate and work closely with the Chapter President, Council, Committees, Task Forces and Working Groups as well as developing the State Strategic and Operational Plan.
    • Develop member recruitment and retention strategies, articulating a strong value proposition that accompanies a robust member services program.
    • Coordinate relationships with and representations to government bodies, professional associations and industry organisations.
    • Coordinate the corporate partner and sponsor program and industry relations within the State.
    • Effectively manage staff to achieve goals while role modelling positive behaviours that reflect the Institute’s values, ensuring all team members have a high level of awareness of the organisation’s People & Culture policy, adhering to the Institute’s internal systems and specific processes.
    • Prepare budgets and manage and monitor the performance of the approved budgets.
    • Supervise the production and distribution of the Chapter magazine, newsletter and other publications.
    • Administer the Senior Counsellor Service and membership disciplinary procedures.
    • Develop and maintain a close working relationship with the State-based Schools of Architecture.

    Why the Australian Institute of Architects?

    As an organisation, we are committed to providing a healthy, flexible, rewarding and inclusive environment. Driven by our culture and values, and steeped in history, the Australian Institute of Architects has been supporting the profession of architecture since 1930, and is committed to enabling and driving change and innovation internally, and for our members. The successful candidate will be part of an altruistic and impactful community supported by inspiring leadership as well as a wider network of state based peers.

    Careers that promote and celebrate excellence in architecture

    To apply please visit our website

  • 05 Dec 2019 1:00 PM | Brooke Adams
    • Australian membership-based organisation
    • Strategic CEO to lead next chapter of development
    • Opportunity to shape the role

    prefabAUS is the leading body for Australia’s off-site construction industry. It is a national not-for-profit member based organisation governed by a non-executive Board of Directors.

    prefabAUS exists to:

    • educate a wide audience about the benefits of modern building prefabrication,
    • act as a portal for quality information about Australian building prefabrication,
    • explore and address barriers to the uptake of building prefabrication,
    • encourage research and development programs across the industry,
    • represent and advocate for the interests of members as a group.

    The Chief Executive Officer reports directly to the Board and is responsible and accountable for developing and achieving the targets according to the prefabAUS strategic plan in conjunction with the Board, building the reputation and profile of prefabAUS, managing the external and internal operations of prefabAUS, and providing consistent high level reports to the Board on operations, policy and planning.

    prefabAUS requires a new Chief Executive to lead the organisation through is next phase of growth.

    Key responsibilities for the role include:

    • Leadership & Strategic Management
    • Financial Management
    • Marketing and Communications
    • Project Management
    • People and Culture
    • Stakeholder Engagement

    To succeed in this role you will be able to demonstrate:

    • A high level of commitment, enthusiasm and energy for the industry and the role
    • A successful track record of leadership at this level
    • Ability to manage key stakeholders – both internal and external
    • Operational aptitude and the ability to support and mentor staff
    • Successful development and management of key government relationships
    • An adherent passion for excellence in service delivery
    • A relevant degree

    Experience within the construction sector and membership-based organisations is desirable, although not essential.

    If you would like to receive the Job Description and find out more, please email a cover letter including a brief description outlining your interest in the role to:

    Contract role with days per week open for discussion with the successful candidate


  • 29 Nov 2019 3:31 PM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)
    • Newly created role in a growing organisation
    • Work within a fantastic team with a member-centric approach
    • Permanent, full-time (37.5 hours per week) position
    • Located in the CBD, close to Parliament Station

    About VHA
    The Victorian Healthcare Association (VHA) is the peak body supporting Victoria’s public health services to deliver high-quality care. Established in 1938, the VHA represents the $19.4b Victorian public healthcare sector including public hospitals and community health services.

    The VHA provides exceptional access, influence and scope for a unified advocacy and policy development voice to State and Commonwealth governments and other key stakeholders.

    The Role
    This newly created position provides an exciting opportunity for an experienced individual to support a broad range of public health sector committees. Your role will be to ensure the smooth and effective coordination of member meetings and forums, in support of the VHA’s achievement of its overall strategy.

    Typical responsibilities will include:

    • Development of meeting schedules
    • Preparation of agendas and meeting minutes
    • Stakeholder liaison
    • Preparation of correspondence and presentations
    • Coordination of catering and room bookings

    A little about you (key selection criteria)

    • 2 – 3 year experience in a similar role
    • Possesses exceptional administrative capability including experience coordinating meetings and providing secretariat support
    • A great communicator who can clearly and effectively convey messages in a professional manner, in person and in writing.
    • Ability to effectively establish and maintain positive and productive relationships with stakeholders at all levels.

    We can offer you

    • A competitive salary, additional weeks leave benefit and access to a generous not-for-profit salary packaging program (up to $18,450 of your salary tax-free).
    • A flexible and supportive workplace that promotes work-life balance
    • Access to VHA’s employee assistance program

    How to apply
    Please forward your application to Applications should include a covering letter and resume.

    For a position description, please email

    Applications Close: midnight 8 December 2019

  • 28 Nov 2019 9:29 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)
    • Sydney CBD
    • $75k including super

    About the client
    APCO is a co-regulatory, not for profit organisation partnering with government and industry to reduce the environmental impact of packaging in Australia.

    APCO aims to change the culture of business through the promotion of sustainable packaging activities including sustainable design, recycling initiatives, waste to landfill reduction and circular economy projects.

    About the role
    APCO are searching for a forward thinking project coordinator to join the organisation to assist the Program Manager with the coordination of strategic sustainability projects in liaison with Member Services, Project and Government functions within APCO. This involves the coordination of consultants and monitoring progress databases against defined indicators.

    You will be responsible for researching, implementing projects, writing tenders, collating the 2020 program list as well as showcasing stakeholder engagement. Industry experience including sustainability, waste or supply chain management is highly regarded as well as knowledge of a circular economy.

    About the candidate
    The role requires the selected candidate to demonstrate initiative to lead projects and think fast to deliver on strict deadlines. You must demonstrate a collaborative and flexible approach to work both autonomously and with a team. The ideal candidate will have a passion for sustainability and knowledge of a circular economy. An ability to develop strong stakeholder relationships and influence is highly regarded.

    Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Support the delivery of APCO projects schedule alongside the Program Manager, including coordination of consultants and monitoring progress databases against defined indicators.
    • Undertake general research relevant to APCO’s deliverables to inform Working Group and project development
    • Support the assessment of project and initiative success against defined indicators and develop recommendations on operational improvements, policy review or development
    • Act as a contact and source of information for potential and existing partners and stakeholders
    • Maintain professional working relationships with members, regulators, industry representatives and special interest groups
    • Input and maintenance of APCO CRM to provide ongoing stakeholder insights and intel

    To be successful you will have:

    • Excellent knowledge of Excel, Word and Access software
    • Strong planning, organisational and time management skills
    • Proven end to end project management
    • Attention to detail and a high level of accuracy
    • Can do attitude, problem solver and team member who is eager to learn
    • Strong understanding of sustainability principles and opportunities
    • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
    • Ability to build and maintain good relationships with a broad range of stakeholders

    Please apply ASAP by emailing your application to!  Alternatively, contact Louise or Kristina on 02 9093 4925 for more information.

    Beaumont People specialises in all areas of NFP recruitment including memberships, fundraising and corporate partnerships.

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