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Welcome to the AUSAE Jobs Board. Please read below for instructions on adding your organisation's vacancy to the AuSAE Jobs Board.

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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.

  • 17 Jun 2019 9:28 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)
    • Broad and diverse national events management role
    • Full-time, permanent role, based at our National Office in East Melbourne
    • $113,761 - $126,567 per annum (depending on experience) plus 13.5% superannuation

    The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is Australia's largest professional general practice organisation and represents more than 40,000 members working in general practice. The RACGP's activities focus on the six key areas of standards, quality, education, advocacy, professional leadership and collegiality.

    The position
    Are you an accomplished events manager with a drive to provide the best possible experience to your customers? Are you looking for a diverse role that provides you the opportunity to ‘get your teeth’ into event strategy and really make an impact? If this sounds like you then don’t miss out on this opportunity to lead our Conferences & Events team, managing a range of health-based national events and activities.

    As our National Manager, Conferences & Events you will lead a team of six, ensuring the successful delivery of events from concept development through to delivery. In your first 12 months you will be responsible for delivering our largest conference GP19, which attracts over 2,000 delegates. You will also begin planning for next year’s GP20 conference, commence planning for our Practice Owners Conference in 2020 as well as undertake a review of current processes, identifying opportunities for continuous improvement and new innovations.

    Some of your responsibilities will also include:

    • Academic and clinical program design and management, in partnership with a committee of GPs, including coordination of the call for session submissions and abstracts
    • Coordinating conference sponsorship and exhibition strategies in collaboration with the business development team
    • Relationship management of stakeholders including sponsors, exhibitors, committees and education providers
    • Developing and managing the event marketing strategy including development of all written content across multiple mediums
    • Managing the Conference and Events budgets
    • Supporting the ongoing professional development and upskilling of direct reports

    About you
    As an accomplished events professional, you will be adept at managing events of over 500+ delegates and will have exposure to trade and exhibitions. You will be a strong people leader with the ability to develop and engage your team whilst being able to manage competing priorities with ease.

    To be successful you will also be able to demonstrate the following:

    • Direct experience managing a team including setting and monitoring KPIs and performance, workload distribution and management and upskilling and mentoring
    • Advanced understanding of conference software functionality and data management principles
    • Effective and coherent written, verbal communication and presentation skills
    • Experience in the development and execution of event marketing plans
    • Established capacity to work collaboratively with multiple internal and external stakeholders in a complex environment
    • Practical analytical skills and strategic planning ability

    Any exposure to the coordination of clinical/research abstracts would be highly regarded.

    For a copy of the position description please visit https://www.racgp.org.au/the-racgp/careers/position-descriptions

    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, access to our employee wellbeing program, 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 from 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 and experience. Please apply via the RACGP website here: https://www.racgp.org.au/the-racgp/careers/career-opportunities?ja-job=894398

    Applications close AEST 11:55pm Sunday 30 June 2019

    Applications are only open to applicants with full working rights in Australia.

    All final applicants for this position may be asked to consent to a National Police 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.

    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.

    We respectfully note that we will not be accepting agency enquiries for this position.

  • 07 Jun 2019 11:09 AM | Michael Linke

    The Australian Institute of Architects is a peak membership body representing over 11,000 architects across Australia.  Steeped in history, we’ve been supporting the careers of Architects and the industry since 1930 and are committed to driving change and innovation.  We’re driven by our strong values while offering an innovative, collaborative and flexible environment.  With a new dynamic CEO and senior leadership team, this is an exciting period of change and growth for the organisation.

    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.

    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 and deliver a relevant 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.
    • Manage the premises and assets of the Institute across Queensland

    If this sounds like an exciting opportunity that you'd like to throw your hat in the ring for please apply through Seek via the following link: https://www.seek.com.au/job/39199638?_ga=2.197453930.43016304.1559861511-699058090.1542168818

  • 28 May 2019 9:26 AM | Robin Shepherd

    RCSA is the industry body for recruitment and staffing across Australia and New Zealand and we are looking for a full-time permanent Learning & Business Solutions Support to join our team located in the Melbourne CBD.

    About Us

    RCSA sets the benchmark for professional standards through representation, education, research and business advisory support to our member organisations and accredited professionals who are bound by RCSA’s ACCC authorised Code for Professional Conduct.

    RCSA’s purpose is to Lead in the World of Work and we firmly believe in our mission that, through that leadership, and empowerment of our members, we will improve lives, communities and the economy.

    The Role

    RCSA is seeking a keen and enthusiastic administration professional who has excellent communication and customer service skills. The position Learning & Business Solutions Support is accountable for ensuring the effective operational delivery of RCSA partnership agreements and learning and development products.

    About You

    The successful applicant will be required to work with both internal and external stakeholders to ensure success.

    As a competent and strong administrator, with excellent relationship skills, you will be responsible for:

                        smooth day-to-day running of RCSA’s multifaceted learning products;

            solution-selling by developing your expert knowledge of our learning portfolio and partner business solutions to our members; and

            building relationships with our partners and ensuring successful outcomes for their agreed deliverables. 

    The successful applicant will be able to work well alone, but also effectively, as a member of a highly committed team, whilst enjoying flexible working arrangements and a wide variety of work. This is a permanent full time position based in Melbourne CBD.

    Further Details

    For further details, including a full position description or confidential discussion, contact Robin Shepherd, General Manager – Operations & Member Services 03 9936 9402 or rshepherd@rcsa.com.au


  • 28 May 2019 9:24 AM | Robin Shepherd

    RCSA is the industry body for recruitment and staffing across Australia and New Zealand and we are looking for an Operations Manager to join our team located in the Melbourne CBD for a fixed term contract to cover parental leave during the period July 2019 to May 2020.

    About Us

    RCSA sets the benchmark for professional standards through representation, education, research and business advisory support to our member organisations and accredited professionals who are bound by RCSA’s ACCC authorised Code for Professional Conduct.

    RCSA’s purpose is to Lead in the World of Work and we firmly believe in our mission that, through that leadership, and empowerment of our members, we will improve lives, communities and the economy.

    The Role

    RCSA is seeking an experienced and responsible Operations Manager to lead the overall business operations of the Association, human resources, facilities, IT, governance, professional practice and the successful delivery of member services.

    The position is accountable for the day-to-day operating effectiveness of the organisation, overseeing the administration team and supporting the CEO and other managers to achieve quality driven results in all areas.

    About You

    The successful applicant will be required to have demonstrated operational and/or project management skills, and a proven history of working collaboratively with both internal and external stakeholders to ensure success. The position is ideally full-time, but does have flexible working conditions and part-time may be considered for the right candidate. Salary is negotiable dependent on experience.

    The successful applicant will display high levels of initiative, and a collaborative style of management, whilst enjoying flexible working arrangements and a wide variety of interesting work.

    Further Details

    For further details, including a full position description or confidential discussion, contact Robin Shepherd, General Manager – Operations & Member Services 03 9936 9402 or rshepherd@rcsa.com.au


  • 20 May 2019 10:01 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Girl Guides NSW and ACT

    Established and future focused

    Girl Guides NSW ACT is part of the 20 million member World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts and has been providing A Place to Grow for girls and women and their communities for 100 years. With new projects and a strong future vision, now is the time to join the Membership team and make your contribution.

    The role..

    In this 2 year contract role you will lead and deliver innovative and traditional ways for all girls from new and diverse communities to participate in Girl Guides as well as provide opportunities for women to volunteer in leadership and support roles.

    With a Community Engagement approach working closely with the Project Committee (Volunteer Leaders) and the Membership Manager, you will be responsible for building the profile and membership of Girl Guides in school and community settings in the North West Sydney Region (Penrith being the geographic center).

    What you will bring..

    • A passion for making a difference
    • Tertiary qualifications in community development, project coordination or volunteer engagement and/or experience in a relevant role.
    • Ability to build relationships with community representatives and proven stakeholder management experience
    • Strong communications skills including speaking to groups
    • Ability to review and further develop project resources such as presentations and information kits
    • Excellent project and time management skills
    • Self drive and ability to work autonomously and contribute to a team
    • Ideally some experience working with volunteers
    • Exposure to or interest in the not for profit sector
    • Availability to work some evenings and weekends
    • Working with Children Check and National Police Check
    • Current drivers licence and positive driving record

    What we bring..

    • An awesome professional and skilled team
    • Great resources and head office support
    • Flexibility and opportunity to work from home
    • Experience in a not for profit, volunteer led and member based organisation

    How to apply

    Please send your resume (4 page max) and a cover letter (2 page max) outlining your experience and how you fit the role to Jimena Pintos-Lopez on jimena.pintos-lopez@girlguides-nswact.org.au.  If you have any questions contact Jimena at Girl Guides NSW ACT on 02 8396 5200.

    Closing date 5pm Monday 3rd June, however we may start interviews prior to this so we encourage early applications. 

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