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  • 20 Sep 2019 9:41 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    The Australasian Promotional Products Association (APPA) is the only professional trade association specifically for the promotional products and promotional marketing industry in the Australasian region.

    Located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, this role reports to the CEO and is an integral part of a small and dynamic team.

    This hands on role is responsible for:

    • Developing and managing Australian and New Zealand promotional product industry tradeshows (with up to 100 exhibitors) profitably and with high exhibitor and registrant satisfaction.
    • Managing event vendor relationships.
    • Manage other events which include but are not limited to webinars, networking functions, formal dinners, factory tours and business luncheons.
    • Continuously look for opportunities to improve internal processes and efficiencies which create cost savings and revenue generation opportunities.
    • With marketing team proactively develop and execute marketing plans and strategies to drive growth of all events and education programs.
    • With CEO take ownership of all APPA Strategic Plan outcomes and associated initiatives related to Events and Education.
    • Report on the effectiveness, profitability, usage and exhibitor and delegate satisfaction of APPA events.

    Competency Requirements
    The following items are required for this person to competently discharge their role within the organisation:

    • Event management experience and expertise.
    • Excellent attention to detail.
    • Ability to communicate, network and build relationships at all levels with confidence.
    • Ability to deliver service excellence at all levels to ensure needs are being met.
    • Ability to work autonomously as well as collaboratively.
    • Financial management and budgeting skills.
    • Excellent time management, planning and organization skills.
    • Ability to take responsibility and accountability for own work and able to exercise discretion and initiative in the organisation of work.
    • Well-developed/excellent communication skills.
    • Excellent work ethic and a team player.
    • Ability to work under pressure & as required to work flexible hours.

    For more information or to request a copy of the position description email

    The application form will include these questions:
    • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia
    • How many years' experience do you have in event management?
    • What's your expected annual base salary?
    • How much notice are you required to give your current employer?
    • Are you available to travel interstate / overseas for this role when required?
  • 13 Sep 2019 3:27 PM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    NAGCAS is Australia’s peak professional body for career development in the higher and tertiary education sectors. Established in 1990, the Association has approximately 250-300 members, ranging from individuals, organisations and universities across Australia and internationally. NAGCAS aims to connect, advocate for and support its members.

    NAGCAS is governed by a Management Committee comprising representatives from across the membership and is responsible for the overall direction of the association and oversees some sub-committees. There are also Divisional Chapters who deliver professional development at a local level. There is a full-time paid Development and Operations Manager and a contracted Bookkeeper.

    Provide high level consultancy and strategic advice within the Association, through the Management Committee, Development and Operations Manager and Bookkeeper, including the provision of efficient and effective budget and financial management that ensures legislative, statutory, and business requirements are met.


    • Provision of high level, quality and timely budget and financial management advice and reports to the Management Committee and operational staff.
    • Management and development of quality financial information associated with both the annual and quarterly budget processes.
    • Support the co-ordination and preparation of the Association’s annual draft estimates of income and expenditure in accordance with its Corporate Business Plan.
    • Support the President and Management Committee in ensuring that appropriate internal control frameworks meet Audit (Risk and Finance) requirements, and the Auditor’s expectations and statutory requirements.
    • Provide prompt financial analysis and advice on the impact of strategy, programs, policy options and decisions.
    • Ensure full compliance with the Government Acts, Government Regulations, ATO Guidelines, Australian Accounting Standards and all other relevant statutes within a financial context.
    • Support the operational and finance team and other staff so that their performance is professional; their work is accurate and in accordance with accepted accounting practice.

    The Management Committee requires that the Treasurer has:
    • a Bachelor degree in accounting or finance as a minimum
    • registration with one of the key accounting associations
    • strong skills in financial reporting
    • attention to detail
    • solid organisation skills
    • problem-solving skills
    • critical and analytical thinking
    • strong communication skills (written and verbal)

    For further information, please contact
  • 12 Sep 2019 11:37 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)
    • Full time position
    • Sydney CBD
    • $100k + super

    About the client
    The Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) is the NFP national peak member organisation for professional mortgage and finance brokers, mortgage managers and aggregators.

    MFAA fosters a positive culture embodied by their values; Customer Focus, Listening, Integrity and Trust, Negotiating, Ethics and Values, Drive for Results, Problem Solving and Innovation Management.

    The Role

    MFAA are on the search for an Education & Professional Development Specialist to work alongside the Head of Education with the collaborative support of the greater team. This is newly developed role designed to assist in the development and delivery of the MFAA Education and Professional Standards strategies by building on the MFAA Education, CPD and accreditation frameworks. MFAA have a keen desire to provide the gold standard of education to the industry.

    This role has two core functions:
    • Identify learning needs and educational programs to meet the needs of MFAA’s existing members and targeted audiences
    • Conceptualise, develop and implement learning, education and CPD programs and member events across multiple channels including face to face, web, online and blended learning

    The Opportunity
    This is a great opportunity to express creativity and work autonomously to develop learning opportunities to promote the professionalism within the industries of mortgage and finances.

    Duties include:

    • Assist the Head of Education with the development and refinement of the MFAA Education strategy
    • Plan, coordinate and deliver an education program for existing membership and targeted audience
    • Review and enhance the professional development offering, including online and face to face courses, webinars and PD events
    • Assist in the development and the continual improvement of the industries education competency framework
    • Identify learning and development solutions for members through needs analysis
    • Provide direction and input to the purpose, objectives and outcomes of relevant initiatives such as Roadshows, PD Events and other marketing initiatives.
    • Ensure facilitators and speakers are adequately briefed and prepared prior to education events and webinars.
    • Review and maintain education policies and standards in consultation with the Head of Legal and Compliance. Including CPD, Mentoring and overall education standards.

    To be successful, you will:
    • Knowledge and expertise in co-ordinating and delivering professional development and education programs.
    • Experience in end-to-end project management
    • Research and content development skills
    • Good problem solving and decision-making ability
    • Strategic thinker
    • Degree qualified in a relevant discipline an advantage
    • Previous experience in an Industry or Professional Association an advantage

    If you feel you meet the above criteria please APPLY now by emailing your application to!  Alternatively, contact Louise on 02 9093 4925 for more information.

    This job closes on 15 October 2019.

    Beaumont People specialises in all areas of NFP recruitment including memberships, fundraising and corporate partnerships
  • 11 Sep 2019 11:39 AM | Hilary Beaton

    PLNZ is the unifying organisation for New Zealand’s Public Libraries. Our members are committed to engaging and inspiring the more than 32+ million people nationally who visit libraries every year – six times this country’s population – and to ensure they have free and equitable access to trusted information.

    Our Board members are library managers committed to high standards of library management. We are looking for an accountant or person with financial management skills who might be looking to grow their governance experience.

    PLNZ is a virtual association which requires its members to attend 11 meetings per year, 7 online meetings and four face to face in Wellington. 

     For more information or PD and nomination form, please contact

  • 04 Sep 2019 9:47 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)
    • Excellent opportunity in small but growing team
    • Great location in CBD near Parliament Station
    • Salary packaging options
    • Additional paid leave at Melbourne Cup weekend and Christmas

    About the VHA
    The Victorian Healthcare Association (VHA) is the peak body supporting Victoria’s public health services to deliver high quality healthcare. The VHA represents the $20.3b Victorian public healthcare sector including public hospitals and community health services.

    The VHA offers staff benefits such as additional paid leave at Christmas and Melbourne Cup weekend, EAP, salary packaging and ongoing staff development and training

    About you
    You must have proven project coordination skills involving the ability to meet deadlines within budget, as well as manage stakeholder expectations and provide practical and creative solutions to complex projects.

    You have highly developed internal and external stakeholder relationship building ability.

    You’re a team player and are able to prioritise competing interests and priorities.

    You have excellent written and verbal skills with ability to translate complex matters into clear briefings.

    About the role
    The VHA is seeking to grow the project capability of the organisation, expanding projects that will provide an ongoing revenue stream to support further development of the VHA’s policy and sector enhancement activities.

    The Project Officer for the VHA will be responsible for the execution of a variety of projects for the organisation. Using your exceptional organisational ability and interpersonal skills you will ensure successful completion of projects.

    You are a self-starter who is able to prioritise a variety of tasks that require high-level analytical capacity with ability to demonstrate that you are a team player.

    How to apply
    For more information about the role contact the VHA via email at  Please click here to view the position description.

    To apply, email a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria and your CV to using the subject line: Project Officer.  Applications close Friday 13 September 2019 at 11.59pm. 

  • 04 Sep 2019 8:55 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)
    • $70k + super
    • Surry Hills, Sydney – leading medical College
    • Full time (occasional out of hours during exam period)
    • Sydney, CBD

    The organisation
    The Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA) is a Not-for-profit professional medical organization, that promotes the science and practice of pathology. The organisation delivers training and professional development of Pathologists to improve the use of pathology testing to achieve better healthcare.

    The role
    As the Education & Examinations Coordinator, you will be responsible for the planning, coordination and execution of the college exam program, you will also provide admin to the General Manager and support to your colleagues within the Professional Development team.

    Domestic travel and work outside the core standard office hours may be necessary at times to execute the exams.

    The person
    You will be accurate and highly organised with exceptional time management skills. You will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, manage a diverse range of stakeholders, thrive under pressure, take direction, use your initiative and always be professional.

    This role will suit someone with excellent administration, customer service and project management skills who understand education, exams and CPD or has worked within an association or membership organisation.

    Your duties will include, but are not limited to:

    • Prepare and coordinate the annual examination timetable
    • Collaborate with Chief Examiners, State and Country Councillors in relation with exams
    • Collate exam material from multiple sources and maintain file records
    • Process examination applications and check candidate’s eligibility criteria
    • Manipulate data and produce reports for annual statistics on examination and candidate results
    • Supervise the distribution of exam material both within Australia and overseas

    The successful candidate:

    • Experience in educational planning and development or working in an education environment
    • Highly organised and excellent attention to detail and accuracy
    • Excellent time management skills, with a proven ability to prioritise tasks
    • Experience in health and/or education would be beneficial
    • Ability to liaise with highly educated medical professionals
    • An advanced knowledge of Microsoft software programs, CRM and iMIS

    This is an excellent opportunity to develop your career within a professional and collaborative team, who hve a genuine pride and passion for what they do. APPLY now by sending your application to Alternatively, call Emma and Louise on 02 9093 4925 for more information.  Applications close 1 October 2019.

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

  • 04 Sep 2019 8:24 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)
    • Melbourne
    • $90k - $110k incl super

    About the client
    The Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) is an independent, Not-for-Profit think tank supported by individual members and donations. They are dedicated to preserving and strengthening the foundations of economic and political freedom in Australia.

    Since 1943, the IPA has been at the forefront of the political and policy debate. The IPA supports the free market of ideas supported by their members. Their specific research areas include climate change, economics, criminal justice, legal rights, freedom of speech, innovation and entrepreneurship, energy and resources.

    With support from individual members, the IPA publishes a wide variety of research papers and supporting opinion pieces. It also hosts conferences and lectures across the country for members and non-members.

    About the role
    Due to organisational growth, the IPA are recruiting a new position; Membership & Marketing Manager. This role will manage a team of 2 whilst driving the membership in three key areas: Strategy & Planning, Marketing & Communications, and Membership Services & Engagement.

    The successful person will need to be proactive and enjoy working collaboratively to plan, manage, implement, oversee and report on membership activities and marketing.

    About the person
    The ideal candidate will have a passion and keen interest in the topics IPA support. You will be a strategic thinker with the ability to get involved, roll up your sleeves and be proactive in executing the membership and marketing strategies.

    Duties include but are not limited to:
    Strategy & Planning

    • Develop and drive the membership strategy
    • Ensure membership is aligned with the fundraising and philanthropic strategy
    • Review and continually improve the membership offerings

    Marketing & Communications

    • Develop, create and update a schedule of membership marketing activities
    • Drive member incentives and promotions
    • Manage communications and value propositions for the IPA’s different membership segments

    Membership Services & Engagement

    • Oversee and continually improve renewal systems and communications
    • Personally, engage with members and prospective members to collect information to enhance the member offering
    • Ensure membership benefits are delivered to build member engagement and satisfaction

    To be successful you will have:

    • A strategic and collaborative approach with the ability to drive and grow new members
    • Ability to create and execute a membership strategy and marketing plan
    • Interest/experience within not-for-profit / membership /marketing
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills

    This is a new and exciting opportunity to join a fun, professional team who have a genuine passion for what they do. APPLY now by sending your application to  Alternatively, call Emma and Louise on 02 9093 4925 for more information. Applications close 1 October 2019.

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

  • 21 Aug 2019 11:17 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Area of expertise: Strong business and marketing

    The Head Office is located in Canberra

    Organisation type: Not-for-profit

    Commence: 20 September 2019

    Term: 3 years

    Remuneration: Expenses Only

    The Australian College of Midwives (ACM) seeks an external Director with strong business and marketing experience to join the Board of the ACM. The Board consists of up to 9 Directors with the President (Chair of the Board) and 4 other midwives popularly elected. All Directors are non-executive Directors - it is a skills-based Board.

    The focus of the ACM is to be the peak professional body for midwives across Australia which strives to maximise the quality of midwifery and maternity care. The ACM does this through:

    • Providing a unified voice for the midwifery profession;
    • Supporting midwives to reach their full potential;
    • Ensuring all childbearing women have access to continuity of care by a known midwife;
    • Setting professional practice and education standards.

    The ACM is a Company Limited by Guarantee registered with ASIC and as a not-for-profit registered with the ACNC since October 2014. ACM is a membership organisation of some 5,000 members. The ACM is seeking experienced support from an external Director particularly in corporate business so that the ACM is effective, responsive and viable.

    Directors are appointed for a term of three years with the possibility of a second term of three years. After six years, Directors must have not held office for two of the preceding years.

    The Board meets at least 4 times per year. This is usually face to face with two meetings in Canberra and two elsewhere. There are additional video-conference meetings in between.

    For further information about the ACM please visit

    For further information about this position please contact

    To view the position description, please click here.

    To apply, please provide a covering letter addressing the selection criteria, demonstrating the required expertise in business and marketing and provide a short CV of no more than 5 pages to

    Closing date: 9am AEST on 30 August 2019

  • 19 Aug 2019 8:17 PM | Adrienne Rourke

    Resource Industry Network is currently seeking a dynamic, motivated, team player to be our Membership Engagement Manager.  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 business development and/or marketing role in the service industry or an Industry Association.

    • Demonstrated ability to build solid relationships with business owners (and their representatives) and regional stakeholders

    • 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.

     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 2nd September 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

  • 19 Aug 2019 2:46 PM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)
    • Busy, broad business administration role 
    • Passion, energy and agility required 
    • Four months initially, opportunity for permanent

    We have a great opportunity to take on a versatile business administrator role with Engineering New Zealand. 

    They are a non-profit organisation, working to engineer a better world for New Zealanders. They create connections throughout the industry and society and provide a platform for engineers to be recognised, as important voices in the community. This organisation has an overarching goal to uphold the integrity, ethics and professional standards of engineers, to ensure trust and confidence in this profession. To support their goals, Engineering New Zealand offer a range of, rapidly growing, technical and special interest groups for their members to engage within.  The primary purpose for this role is to provide the administrative and communications support for these groups.   

    The responsibilities are varied and supports the Engagement Manager by: 

    • Managing membership information 
    • Maintaining and reporting on group records 
    • Coordinating group communications, updating websites, preparing and distributing newsletters or other group correspondence 
    • Handling logistics, including travel and accommodation, and attending various events 
    • Supporting committee members with meetings including minute taking 
    • Generating monthly financial reports.

    This is promised to be a broad and busy role. The right person for this role will offer: 

    • Demonstrated high level of administration and coordination skills 
    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills 
    • A client centric approach, an ability to interact with a wide range of people 
    • Confident across the Microsoft office suite, with an ability a willingness to learn new systems 
    • Previous experience, or interest in event coordination 
    • An ability to manage their own workflow, multi-task and work under pressure 
    • True, energy and passion for their work and the people they support

    In return, Engineering New Zealand presents an opportunity to be a part of their connected, colourful, people centred culture based at their new Wellington offices on Taranaki Street. 

    This role is offered for an initial period of four months, with the potential to become permanent. 

    Interested people please do not delay. Click HERE , or contact Katie Kemp on (04) 931 9466 quoting job number 19145 to discuss this opportunity further. All applications will be acknowledged electronically.

    Applications will close as soon as a suitable applicant be sourced. 

    Only people with the right to work in New Zealand may apply for this position. For advice on obtaining a New Zealand work or residence visa visit 

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