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 info@ausae.org.au 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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  • 15 Feb 2019 9:11 AM | Emma Liepa

    ·         Diverse policy and relationship management role

    ·         Unique senior level stakeholder and networking opportunities

    ·         12-month contract based near Parliament Station

    About the organisation

    The Victorian Healthcare Association (VHA) is the peak body supporting Victoria’s public health services to deliver high quality care. 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 VHA represents the $19.4b Victorian public healthcare sector including public hospitals and community health services. Working at the VHA offers great benefits such as additional paid leave at Christmas and Melbourne Cup weekend, salary packaging and ongoing staff development and training.

    About the role

    The VHA is seeking a policy advisor to prepare solution-focused positions on identified core health system issues on behalf of a sub-set of its members.  This role will successfully facilitate meetings and undertake detailed research, to develop research-based and evidence-informed proposals and policy positions on identified health system issues. The policy advisor will consult with members and relevant external stakeholders and relationship management at a senior executive level will be a key focus. This role will report directly to the Director of Policy and Strategy and will closely collaborate with colleagues within the VHA’s policy team.


    About you

    You are tertiary qualified with extensive experience in health policy development and have strong relationship management skills, including with senior executives. You have experience in facilitation, problem-solving and advocacy in a government or healthcare environment. A team player with a collaborative mindset you will be aligned to the vision, purpose and values of VHA with a member centric focus.

    For a copy of the position description visit vha.org.au/jobs. For a confidential discussion, contact Emma Liepa on 03 9094 7777. 

    To apply submit your CV and a cover letter (addressing the key selection criteria and no longer than two pages) and emailing it to vha@vha.org.au using the subject line: Stakeholder Relations and Advocacy, Aged Care application via AuSAE Jobs Board.

    VHA is committed to building a respectful and inclusive workplace, appointing the best person for the role and supporting diversity. You must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident with full work permissions in place in order to be considered for this role. 

  • 15 Feb 2019 9:07 AM | Emma Liepa

    ·         Advocate for Victorian public sector aged care providers

    ·         Work closely with stakeholders including government and national bodies

    ·         12-month contract near Parliament Station

    About the organisation

    The Victorian Healthcare Association (VHA) is the peak body supporting Victoria’s public health services to deliver high quality care.  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 VHA represents the $19.4b Victorian public healthcare sector including public hospitals and community health services. Working at the VHA offers great benefits such as additional paid leave at Christmas and Melbourne Cup weekend, salary packaging and ongoing staff development and training.

    About the role

    The VHA is seeking a suitably qualified individual to fill the newly created role of Stakeholder Relations and Advocacy, Aged Care. This exciting new role is aimed at building strong relationships and networks with peak bodies, government and aged care providers on behalf of the VHA and its members. This role will effectively position, advocate, influence and network in collaboration with the broader organisation to represent Victoria’s public sector aged care providers during a period of significant national reform. This role will report directly to the Director of Policy and Strategy and collaborate with the VHA’s policy team.

    About you

    You are tertiary qualified with extensive experience in an aged care, government or a health care organisation and have strong relationship management skills, particularly with senior executives.  You have experience in advocacy, superior interpersonal and negotiation skills and experience in high-level representational, lobbying and network skills within politically charged environments. You are a team player with a collaborative mindset and are aligned to the vision, purpose and values of VHA with a member centric focus.

    For a copy of the position description visit vha.org.au/jobs. For a confidential discussion regarding the position, contact Emma Liepa on 9094 7777.

    To apply submit your CV and a cover letter (addressing the key selection criteria and no longer than two pages) and emailing it to vha@vha.org.au using the subject line: Stakeholder Relations and Advocacy, Aged Care application via AuSAE Jobs Board.

    The VHA is committed to building a respectful and inclusive workplace, appointing the best person for the role and supporting diversity. You must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident with full work permissions in place in order to be considered for this role.

     

     


  • 12 Feb 2019 9:16 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    MANAGER, MEMBER VALUE

    • Sydney CBD location
    • Established and respected organisation
    • Salary circa $160,000
    • Two-year fixed term contract

    The organisation

    Local Government NSW (LGNSW) is the peak body for local government in NSW, representing councils and related member organisations. With a proud 100+ year history, LGNSW develops an effective community-based system of local government in NSW; advocates on behalf of members to influence policy directions of State and Commonwealth Governments and provides a range of services including, industrial relations, legal advice, management services and training.

    The position

    Working closely with the Chief Executive (CE), this position will lead, develop and implement the organisation's member value strategy including engagement and retention strategies and campaigns, and articulating member value. This will involve working closely with members and staff driving a member-centric culture, identifying opportunities, understanding issues and proposing solutions to deliver member value. You will develop and implement efficient business processes to monitor, evaluate, analyse and report on member satisfaction, value and trends, and make recommendations to drive continuous improvement.

    The person

    You will have extensive experience in membership, marketing or customer service roles and pride yourself on your ability to influence and lead change, drive outcomes and get results. Your ability to build and maintain strong relationships and drive positive member engagement using data and insights will be vital to your success.

    Essential requirements

    • Ideally 3 plus years in a membership or customer service role.
    • Relevant tertiary qualifications and/or extensive experience in a relevant role, preferably in Business, Commerce or Marketing.
    • Proven experience in CRMs, EDMs, strategic planning, database management, analysis and reporting.
    • Experience driving customer/membership strategies and campaigns to achieve outcomes.
    • Comprehensive understanding of customer/member experience.
    • Positive outlook, excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.
    • Proven ability to negotiate and influence across all levels of an organisation.
    • Excellent project management, time management and commitment to quality and outcomes.
    • Ability to take initiative and proactively problem solve.
    • May be required to travel and work offsite from time to time.
    • Hold a current ‘Class-C’ driver’s license.

    How to apply

    Please visit http://www.lgnsw.org.au/about-us/lgnsw-positions-vacant and review the position description prior to submitting an application. Please send applications to jobs@lgnsw.org.au and contact Lillian Tiddy on 9242 4147 if you have any enquiries.

    Your application should include a covering letter (maximum two pages) which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this position accountabilities and requirements, and an up-to-date resume (maximum four pages).

    Applications close 26 February 2019.

  • 07 Feb 2019 11:33 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Australasian Society of Association Executives (AuSAE) is a high energy, high performing and progressive professional membership organisation focused on achieving great outcomes for our members across Australia and New Zealand. We offer a flexible work place, the opportunity to shape your role, and a team of enthusiastic, passionate people.

    As the General Manager – Partnerships & Engagement you will work with the CEO and GM New Zealand to deliver to the strategic plan and will have responsibility for generating revenue for the organisation through membership and partnerships (primarily in Australia) to help lead AuSAE into its next growth phase.

    Key responsibilities of the role include:

    • Management and growth of the corporate partnership program
    • Member engagement and growth
    • Identifying and forging partnerships with key stakeholders
    • Contributing to the strategic leadership of the organisation

    Please email ceo@ausae.org.au to obtain a position description.

    The AuSAE National Office is based in Brisbane, however we encourage applicants residing in all locations across Australia to apply.

    Applications are to be made through Seek only. To apply please submit a one page covering letter along with your resume by Friday 15 February. Click here to apply.

    Further information regarding the position can be made in the first instance to Toni Brearley on 0458 000 155.

  • 29 Jan 2019 3:12 PM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Use your experience in Membership Management to drive member growth and innovation with Girl Guides NSW & ACT. We are looking for an outcomes focused Manager with proven experience, to join the senior management team.

    Membership Manager

    • Enhance our Member experience
    • Surry Hills location - close to public transport
    • Attractive salary package

    The Organisation

    Girl Guides NSW & ACT is part of the 20 million member world-wide Girl Guides organisation with a clear mission to empower girls and young women to grow into confident, self-respecting, responsible community members. Guides provides girls and young women with fantastic opportunities to meet personal challenges, develop team building and leadership skills and make new friends.

    We are looking for an innovative, driven and outcomes focused Manager to be part of the senior management team. You will lead the Membership team to grow membership and enhance member experience.

    The role

    Working closely with the CEO, this pivotal position will deliver the organisation's strategic plan, focusing on the retention, acquisition and satisfaction of members. You will be required to champion, lead and assist with various projects and implement change.

    You will ensure quality member events are delivered and play a key role in communicating to and interacting with volunteers. Your ability to build and maintain strong relationships, especially with key stakeholders, including volunteers and members who are passionate about the organisation, will be vital to your success.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Develop and implement membership recruitment and retention strategies and campaigns to ensure organisation requirements can be met.
    • Report and analyse membership numbers and trends.
    • Support the management of volunteers, and implement key projects
    • Ensure business processes support efficient recruitment and retention of Members.
    • Monitor, evaluate and analyse member satisfaction to drive continuous improvement
    • Recruit, manage and train all member services staff
    • Provide reports to CEO, Board and Board Committees as required and work with volunteer led teams to achieve outcomes.
    • Build relationships with community representatives and key stakeholders to support project initiatives and membership growth

    To be successful you will have:

    • Relevant tertiary qualifications and/or extensive experience in a relevant role
    • Experience in the management of a membership based organisation
    • Proven experience in strategic planning, database management and reporting
    • Extensive experience in leading and managing people
    • Exceptional stakeholder and relationship management
    • Strong communication; the ability to negotiate and influence
    • Excellent project management and time management
    • The ability to engage and manage a diverse range of stakeholders
    • A working with children's check and National Police Clearance is required

    If you pride yourself on your ability to influence and lead change, drive positive outcomes whilst working with a dynamic CEO and Board who are dedicated and enthusiastic about their Members, this is the role for you. You will have the opportunity to shape your role and really make your mark in an established and worthwhile organisation.

    Please note that some travel and attendance at evening and weekend member events will be required.

    How to Apply

    Please apply with your resume and cover letter outlining your experience and reason for application. If you have any questions please contact Rhonda at Beaumont People.

    Please note there is no set closing date for this position so I encourage early applications. I will remove this advertisement when the position is successfully filled.

    Beaumont People has been contracted to recruit this role. Please direct any questions directly to Rhonda at Beaumont People.

  • 25 Jan 2019 12:02 PM | Jason de Bakker

    For over 40 years, Family Day Care Association of Queensland (FDCAQ) has worked tirelessly to inspire wonderful childhoods.

    As the peak body for Family Day Care in Queensland, we advocate and represent providers’ needs to government and key stakeholders to ensure the best possible outcomes for children. We also provide a range of training and development programs for providers, services and educators.  Informing our work as a peak is our operation of Enhance Family Dare Care services. In addition, we also operate the In-Home Care Support Agency in Queensland and Victoria.

    We are a values based, not-for-profit organisation, with a positive and supportive workplace culture that recognises the key to achieving our purpose is our people!

    We are currently looking to appoint two Independent Directors to our Board. FDCAQ is a non profit organisation, as such the roles are voluntary. 

    More information can be found here: 

    https://fdcqld.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/FDCAQ_Advert-Independent-Director.pdf 

  • 22 Jan 2019 4:38 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Industry Sector Conference Manager  will be primarily responsible for developing and delivering the Institute's new Events, Conferences and Forums. In this position you get the opportunity to work with some of Australia's leading executives, suppliers and public servants in an exciting and fast paced environment leading the public infrastructure sector .

    The Position

    • The position reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer
    • The Position is full time and requires a self starter who is confident  at sales and building relationships

    Primary Objectives

    • Conduct phone based research of sectors to understand their challenges and market needs
    • Use research outcomes to put together high quality  1 and 2 day conferences
    • Use your influence and relationships to secure speakers, sponsors and facilitators
    • Be proactive in marketing the conferences to delegates and media
    • Maintain industry relevant Sponsorship, Speaker and Delegate databases
    • Be proactive  in the development and maintenance of sponsorship relationships
    • Identify new opportunities

    To be successful in this role, you will love researching industries in order to put together informative and relevant conferences and working closely with people and embrace the opportunities to engage and interact with professionals in the field, as well as speakers, VIP's and sponsors, all of various professions.

    You will also be customer focused and have the ability to clearly communicate value propositions and enjoy the focus on new business development within a short sales cycle.

    Essential Selection Criteria

    • Degree in Marketing, Communications, Journalism or a Business related subject
    • Self-starting and confident individual with a proactive attitude
    • Ability to build rapport instantly
    • Confident and efficient telephone manner with the ability to connect to others at all levels of an Organisation
    • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
    • Strong time management and prioritisation ability
    • Great attention to detail
    • Motivated by challenging goals and targets with a desire to exceed expectations
    • Extremely organised and process orientated
    • A high level of energy, enthusiasm, creativity and drive to succeed
    • Minimum 12 months experience as a conference producer and in event and or sponsor sales is essential
    • Strong planning skills and the ability to adjust quickly to changes
    • A sound understanding of not for profit and membership associations
    • Social networking skills or the ability to develop them
    • The right to live and work in Australia
    • Ability to work as part of a team as well as independently

    Desirable Selection Criteria

    • Membership and sponsorship marketing experience
    • Full Australian Driving License

    About the Rewards

    • Convenient, CBD office location
    • Being a valued member of a dynamic team
    • Making a real contribution to the Institute's Members.
    • Opportunity for your own professional development on an on-going basis
    • New experiences in conferences and exhibitions

    About IPWEA NSW

    IPWEA (NSW) is a professional organisation providing member services and advocacy for those involved in and delivering public works and engineering services to the community.

    IPWEA (NSW) conducts a range of activities in support of its members' and industry stakeholders' professional development; facilitation of their peer networks and engages in advocacy on their behalf on a range of issues. IPWEA (NSW) is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) as well as a registered charity.

    The organisation provides plenty of room to grow your career with uncapped support and guidance to reach your full potential.  This is a great position to grow your career and take it to the next level influencing a crucial industry, lead policy debate and engage with media.

    This full-time role is due to start ASAP on a permanent basis.

    Application Process:

    Please email your CV and cover letter in word documents addressing the following points:

    • An example of how you have successfully built rapport instantly
    • An example of how you have applied your analytical thinking to a research or problem solving project
    • An example of a previous conference you have produced

    Only applications that follow the outlined application process will be considered.

    APPLY HERE.


  • 18 Jan 2019 9:44 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    TYPE: Full Time

    POSTED: 18/01/2019

    CLOSING DATE: 31/01/2019

    CATEGORY: Policy

    LOCATION: Canberra

    PSA is seeking to appoint a full time Public Affairs Officer to work with the Policy & Advocacy team in Canberra, ACT. This is a newly created position that will work in the Press Office and will report to the Manager, Advocacy. The role will actively support the effective and efficient delivery of external communications and media engagement on behalf of PSA.

    To be considered for the role you must be able to address the following selection criteria:-

    1. A tertiary qualification in Communications/Public Relations/Journalism or a related field;
    2. Experience in a Communications or Media role;
    3. A knowledge of the media, how it works and its requirements;
    4. High level and professional communication skills both written and verbal with the capacity to deal with a variety of stakeholders and clients;
    5. A knowledge of modern communication channels;
    6. Excellent organisational and planning skills, including the ability to work to strict deadlines and set priorities;
    7. After-hours work may be required at times involving media engagement;
    8. Proven ability to work independently and as part of a team.

    Please see the position description for more detail.

    This role will be advertised both internally and externally at the same time.

    Should you be interested and qualified for this role, please submit your application via jobs@psa.org.au. Your application should consist of a cover letter, current CV and short responses to the selection criteria listed above.

    Applications close 5pm Thursday 31 January, 2019.


  • 17 Jan 2019 2:16 PM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Office Administrator for Health Education Charity
    An ideal role for a person considering a career in the Not for Profit/Association field

    Salary Range: $40,000 – $45,000 (plus superannuation) FBT income tax benefits apply
    Immediate start
    Reporting to Executive Officer

    Key Purpose
    The Australasian Sleep Association (ASA) is seeking to appoint an outstanding administrative candidate with a knowledge of office procedures, IT and social media, to work in a small interactive team. The role will be varied and interesting - initially working on the implementation of a new CRM system, and assisting in the many administrative roles that enable an Association to function efficiently.

    Organisational Environment
    The ASA is a fast growing professional association representing approx 900 members within Australia & New Zealand, working in the area of sleep health and sleep science, with a multi-disciplinary membership including physicians, psychologists, neurologists, researchers, nurses and dentists etc.

    "The mission of the Australasian Sleep Association (ASA) is to lead and promote sleep health and sleep science in Australia and New Zealand and to facilitate the professional development of its members by providing education and training, fostering research and establishing clinical standards within the field."

    PURPOSE OF ROLE

    1. Manage the delivery of services and programs of the Association in accordance with the policy frameworks and plans endorsed by the ASA Board.
    2. Assist with the ongoing membership activities of the Association and report to the Executive Officer on the progress and status of such activities with transparency and accountability.
    3. Work with other staff in a cooperative manner to ensure smooth running of the Association at all times.
    4. Promote the vision and objectives of the Association in all activities both within the organisation and externally.

    REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS
    The administrator will work closely with the Communications Officer, but will report to the Executive Officer.

    Essential Attributes:

    • Excellent communication skills, written and spoken
    • Working knowledge of computers
    • Excellent Microsoft Office ability, particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint
    • Experience/ability to understand principles of web based database management
    • Must be able to balance multiple tasks
    • Maintains a flexible work schedule to meet the demands of the position
    • Convey a professional and positive image and attitude regarding ASA
    • Demonstrate commitment to continued professional growth and development
    • Experience with Social Media Platforms

    Desirable Attributes:

    • Minute taking skills
    • Knowledge and understanding of Health Science

    Hours of Work:
    Basic Hours of work will be 38 hours per week, flexible hours between 8am and 5.30pm

    Office is situated in Blacktown CBD, close to trains, buses and shopping centre

    Parking may be provided

    Terms of Appointment: One year contract in the first instance with a view to making this into a permanent position.

    KEY TASKS
    Assistant to Executive Officer
    Assist Executive Officer with various administrative roles, as required

    Assist Communications Officer with:

    • Conversion from Associations on Line to IMIS Database/website (training will be provided). It is envisioned that this will take up the majority of work for the first 4 months of the appointment
    • Ongoing management of Membership Data Base
    • Management of ASA Website including:
      • Ensuring all information is current and relevant
      • Uploading of new information and material
    • Management of Webinar programme
    • Educational Library – managing input and access to Educational Library
    • Short Courses – manage short courses including development of timelines, budgets and seeking and managing sponsorship
    • Newsletters
      • Send out requests for information
      • Collate and prepare Newsletter
      • Manage design and posting of newsletters onto website
    • E-Newsletters and half yearly ASA Newsletters
      • Collate information, prepare and circulate
    • ASA Councils
      • Send out email notices on request by ASA Council Chairs

    Assist Senior Admin Officer with:

    • Social Media - Work with Senior Executive Officer in management of ASA public Facebook/Twitter accounts
    • Management of Facebook Members only Forum – ensuring members post regularly

    Reception Duties:

    • Answer telephones and respond to basic queries and referring on to relevant staff member
    • Monitor e-mails responding to basic queries and referring others onto relevant staff members
    • Distribution of mail to relevant staff members

    Committee Meeting Management

    • Arranging Zoom meetings, sending out of Doodle Polls, Agendas and Minutes

    ENQUIRIES
    Please contact Stephanie Blower, Executive Officer, Australasian Sleep Association
    Phone: 02 9920 1968
    Email: executiveofficer@sleep.org.au

    HOW TO APPLY
    Please send a copy of our CV and a covering letter to executiveofficer@sleep.org.au

    CLOSING DATE: 28 January 2019
    Applicants shortlisted for an interview will be contacted by 4 February 2019

  • 15 Jan 2019 2:08 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    About the organisation

    The Australian Dental Association NSW (ADA NSW) is the peak professional association for dentists and dental students in NSW and the ACT, with more than 4600 members. Our mission is to advance dentistry to improve the health of all Australians. As the peak body, our role is to help people in our communities achieve optimal oral health. As the professional association for dentists, we provide a range of practice support services for members, including advocacy, continuing professional development, networking events, professional advice, regulatory information, and lifestyle benefits. We are a not-for-profit member association.

    Role summary

    Reporting to the Head of Communications and Public Affairs and working in a dedicated team of seven, the Social Media Executive and Student Liaison is responsible for creating and executing social media marketing campaigns that will engage members and promote good oral health to the community. With a focus on students and young dentists, part of the role involves being on campus in Sydney and Orange attending student events, networking with dental students and public speaking.

    About you

    Results driven, dynamic marketeer with a great personality and ability to connect and communicate with students. You are able to get across our service offering quickly and happy to chat on the phone and in person to members and non-members about the value of membership. You have great ideas on how to communicate our services to dentists; and you eat, breathe and dream about creating memorable social media campaigns. You love watching our social media and website stats soar but equally enjoy networking with dental students.

    Key responsibilities

    Social Media

    • Manage ADA NSW’s social media platforms
    • Content creation
    • Develop and implement effective social media campaigns
    • Build ADA NSW’s profile using effective social media campaigns
    • Build member engagement through digital marketing
    • Write content for social media posts, EDMs and other member communications
    • Update content on social media platforms daily
    • Work with the Communications Team to enhance the reach of key advocacy and oral health initiatives
    • Grow our social media audience and influence
    • Measure and report results


    Student Liaison

    • Have an active presence on campus at University of Sydney and Charles Sturt University in Orange
    • Give regular presentations to dental student groups on the role of the ADA
    • Attend regular events with students in Sydney and Orange to represent ADA NSW
    • Proactively come up with ideas to connect with students
    • Increase student membership numbers through new initiatives
    • Produce engaging marketing campaigns for students

     

    Required Skills and Experience

    • Degree in marketing, communications or similar
    • 3 years + experience in a similar role
    • Proven experience in social media marketing
    • Confident public speaker and presenter
    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
    • Exceptional customer service
    • Experience in IMIS or equivalent CRM
    • Experience in Kentico or equivalent CMS
    • Ability to build strong relationships with members and prospects
    • Ability to plan ahead and work to regular and specific deadlines
    • Proficient in all Microsoft Office programs
    • Ability to use initiative and adapt to change

     

    To be considered for this exciting opportunity please send a covering letter and up-to-date resume ASAP to kate.miranda@adansw.com.au. You must have the right to work in Australia.

    If you have any queries, please contact:

    Kate Miranda

    Head of Communications and Public Affairs

    Australian Dental Association NSW

    8436 9920kate.miranda@adansw.com.au


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