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: 
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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.

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  • 10 Jul 2019 10:03 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)


    The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) is looking to appoint a good all-rounder to its Event Operations and Marketing role.

    This position is part of a small “can do” team located in Chatswood, Sydney and is responsible for delivering a year-round program of member events and marketing communications. The position reports to the CEO and would be ideally suited to an experienced event organiser with strong marcoms skills.

    The EEAA is the peak body representing the organisers, venues and suppliers to Australasia’s exhibition and events industry, and we are focused on building the profile of the sector and delivering programs to support and drive the success of our members.


    Essential Experience:

    1. 3 – 5 years in events and marketing communications
    2. Planning and delivering corporate events such as conferences and gala dinners
    3. Writing copy for publication across print and online channels
    4. Client servicing, sponsor and stakeholder relations
    5. Project administration

    Essential Skills and qualifications:

    • Excellent English language written, oral and face-to-face communication skills
    • Highly organised with strong attention to detail
    • Capacity to work independently, have initiative and also contribute to team goals
    • A personality that exudes warmth and helpfulness
    • Degree or equivalent experience in Marketing Communications, Events or Commerce/Business

    See the Job Description for further details.

    Applications Close: 19 July 2019

    Please send a cover letter addressing the Essential Experience requirements and a maximum 2 page CV to

    For further information contact: Joyce DiMascio, Chief Executive, EEAA, 02 9413 9520

  • 10 Jul 2019 6:57 AM | Fiona Driver

    Join one of  New Zealand's most influential and long-standing environmental NGOs. This part-time Office Manager role is crucial to the smooth-running of our organisation.

    We are looking for someone who is:

    • self-motivated
    • self-managing
    • detail minded
    • able to multi-task
    • a positive team member in a small office
    • competent in Microsoft office programmes (Word, Excel)
    • number literate
    • experienced in MYOB or other accounts systems desirable.

    Role: General oversight and management of the business side of EDS’s activities including:

    Accounts/ Finances

    • Processing and managing accounts in MYOB
    • Preparing monthly cashflows
    • Ensuring timely production of financial reports for Board meetings


    • Maintaining the smooth running of the EDS office
    • Managing payment of employees via SmartPayroll software (training provided)


    • Managing data entry and keeping all EDS records current
    • Administration support as required to the Chairman, Policy Director and other staff
    • Preparing agendas and minutes for EDS Board and Finance Committee reports
    • Managing the relationship with funding entities
    • Membership and online bookstore management
    • Updating EDS website and social media regularly with news updates and press releases.

    The role is part-time and is based in the EDS office in central Auckland. Days/hours are flexible.

    Join EDS and be part of a team that's making a difference.

    Email your CV and a cover letter to Fiona Driver at EDS (

    Applications close Friday 19 July.

  • 08 Jul 2019 9:36 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)
    • Thriving Not-For-Profit Organisation
    • Set Strategic Framework for Years Ahead
    • Melbourne Based Role

    The Business

    Recruitloop Australia are currently representing the Australasian Promotional Products Association (APPA) to locate an experienced Chief Executive Officer to join the organisation, located from its headquarters in Melbourne. APPA is a not-for-profit professional trade association of which operates as the governing body for the promotional products and marketing industry across Australia and New Zealand. The association currently holds membership of over 800 leading businesses spanning the Australasia region and sets all best practice operating guidelines for the industry, estimated to be worth near AUD$2 billion.

    The Role

    • Hold dual responsibility as CEO & Company Secretary to manage association activities at the direction of the board, committee and members;
    • Actively execute upon & provide value to business planning as well as general, financial, Stakeholder & HR management;
    • Effectively oversee the planning and execution of trade show events across Australia & New Zealand;
    • Implement strategies to improve service delivery, performance and revenue objectives;
    • Act as an influential leader, showcasing integrity & professionalism at all times.

    The Requirement

    • Relevant tertiary qualification/s;
    • Track record of success working as a Senior/Executive Manager with a dynamic not-for-profit association;
    • Proven ability to drive advocacy & brand positioning/development;
    • Able & wiling to be a “hands on” leader whilst demonstrating high level emotional intelligence & communication ability;
    • Excited by the idea of motivating others to be the best they can be, whilst implementing real growth across the association.

    The Reward

    • Competitive remuneration package in line with experience and industry banding;
    • The opportunity to come on board and set the strategic framework for the next 3 years;
    • An exciting leadership role with an innovation and best practice driven organisation;
    • The opportunity to drive the promotional products & marketing industry’s leading trade association;
    • Ideal central office location in Melbourne.

    The successful candidate will hold prior experience working as a senior or executive leader with a dynamic not-for-profit association. You will be a collaborative and innovation focussed communicator who is motivated by the opportunity to implement growth, whilst driving revenue and member development outcomes for the association.

    To express interest or apply, candidates are urged to forward resumes to Dan McComb via

  • 04 Jul 2019 8:46 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Are you a smart law, finance or public policy graduate with a couple of years of experience looking for your next step? If so, this could well be the role for you.

    The Financial Services Federation (FSF) is the industry body representing the responsible and ethical finance and leasing providers of New Zealand (not the dodgy ones!). We have over sixty corporate members and affiliates providing financing, leasing and credit-related insurance products to more than 1.5 million New Zealand consumers and businesses. Our affiliate members include internationally recognised fintech, legal and consulting partners.

    The financial services sector is a constantly evolving, fast-paced and exciting space in which to work. Its importance to consumers and the economy generally means that it is highly-regulated and that regulation is also constantly evolving.

    As the voice of the responsible non-bank finance sector, the views of the FSF and its members is constantly sought after by politicians, policy makers, regulators and the media regarding the way in which regulation of the sector is shaped. The FSF is widely recognised as providing sensible and constructive input into the development of regulation which strikes an appropriate balance between ensuring adequate consumer protections without stifling BAU and innovation in the sector with overly burdensome compliance obligations.

    In this role you would be part of a small but amazing team that punches well above its weight by working collaboratively to provide quality submissions to Government and quality events and communications to its members. You would be part of maintaining and further developing our strong relationships with government, influencers and members.

    The role is a newly-created one to help the FSF to cope with the demand arising from constant regulatory change in our sector and it is a full-time position. It is initially being offered on the basis of a 12 month contract with a view to confirming the role as being permanent once it has demonstrated the value it will add to the membership. You will be reporting to the Executive Director and will be based in Wellington.

    The sort of person we are looking for will:

    • Hold a relevant tertiary-level qualification in law, banking and finance, economics and/or public policy;
    • Desirably have an understanding of the policy development and legislative process;
    • Desirably have experience in or with the financial sector;
    • Have an ability to relate to people from all levels and to present to them effectively;
    • Have excellent operational, numerical and verbal and written communication skills;
    • Have experience in working with and managing relationships with senior management and officials from the public and private sector;
    • Be able to work under pressure and without supervision to meet deadlines;
    • Possess the highest possible levels of integrity and trustworthiness.

    To apply for this position, please submit your CV and cover letter to  Applications close 5.00 pm Monday 29 July 2019.

  • 02 Jul 2019 1:15 PM | Toni Brearley (Administrator)

    The Australian Finance Industry Association (AFIA) is the voice of a diverse finance industry. AFIA has more than 100 Full Members who are entities providing consumer, commercial and wholesale finance, and more than 40 Associate Members providing services to the sector.

    AFIA differentiates from other associations, achieving practical outcomes and policy objectives that deliver commercial imperatives and positive outcomes for customers. This is a significant time for the finance industry, shaped by the extensive range of political reform, enhanced regulatory oversight, community focus and matters highlighted in the Royal Commission.

    As Chief Executive Officer, you will extend the momentum created by the incumbant who is stepping down after distinguished service to the organisation. You will lead AFIA and drive the development and implementation of strategy and plans to advance its objectives. This includes promoting the interests of members; representing members and negotiating on their behalf; providing relevant information, insights and professional development opportunities.

    The role requires a contemporary executive to lead a small team, who has a demonstrable track record in developing high performing teams and executing on strategy within either a commercial or association setting. You will be comfortable in the role of AFIA spokesperson, connect with and represent members to key stakeholders, including government and regulators. You will be capable of working effectively with the Board in formulating the strategic plan and possess a strong commitment to delivering value and achieving positive outcomes for members. Ideally, you will have a background of influence within the Australian political and regulatory environment. Experience working in the financial services industry is preferred. A sound grounding in relevant laws and regulatory frameworks would be highly regarded.

    A self-starter, you must be able to quickly establish credibility, build rapport and articulate a clear vision for AFIA and its members. Energy, positivity and innovation, together with sound judgement, diplomacy, stakeholder engagement and influencing skills are also essential.

    If you wish to be considered for this exceptional career opportunity, please forward your CV and covering letter to no later than Friday 19 July 2019. For a confidential discussion, please call Partner, Angela Clelland on 03 9948 2139 prior to forwarding your application. All direct and third-party applications will be forwarded to Omera Partners.

  • 27 Jun 2019 12:53 PM | Michael Linke

    Are you passionate about the Architectural profession & experienced at implementing advocacy and policy initiatives designed to achieve organisational strategic objectives?

    Do you have leadership experience & enjoy being part of a small but dynamic team?

    Do you thrive on developing relationships with key stakeholders?

    The Australian Institute of Architects are seeking a suitably experienced policy and advocacy professional who is passionate about architects and architecture and is motivated by the opportunity to promote the profession and the value it brings to the community to join our team.

    The Australian Institute of Architects is a peak professional and national membership-based organisation representing over 11,000 architects across Australia. It exists to enhance the cultural, environmental and economic well-being of the community by:

    • ·       Advancing contemporary practice and the professional capability of members
    • ·       Advocating the value of architecture and architects

    Through its State and Territory Chapters, the Institute offers a wide range of high quality, member-focused services, programs, education and advocacy to support architects to remain at the cutting edge of their profession and to promote the value of architecture more broadly.

    Reporting to the General Manager – Membership Services and working with the Chapter President and Chapter Council the Policy and Advocacy Manager will work to deliver a high profile and complex policy and advocacy portfolio, ensuring the Institute WA Chapter is positioned as a thought leader and strong voice for the profession.

    The role is a part-time position and is based in Perth.

    Your key responsibilities will include:

    • Work with key stakeholders to develop strategies for the State in line with the organisational strategy to drive member engagement and relevance of services provided to Institute members.
    • Provide leadership and strategic direction to the State team ensuring that high levels of performance and a positive and safe culture is maintained.
    • Develop member recruitment and retention strategies aligned with National strategies and deliver a relevant local member services program.
    • Lead and coordinate relationships with and representations to government bodies, professional associations and industry organisations.
    • Develop, maintain and oversee a close working relationship with the State-based Schools of Architecture.
    • Lead the corporate partner and sponsor program and industry relations within the State.
    • Work with National Advocacy and Research teams to develop national and state policies.
    • Proactively manage chapter social media output and prepare regular media content addressing topical issues affecting the profession in a proactive.
    • Prepare and monitor budgets required to meet advocacy outcomes.
    • Reporting relevant reports to key stakeholders and proactively make recommendations based on analysis of trends and share knowledge.

    To be successful in this role, you will have a passion for the architectural profession and the value it brings to the community coupled with solid experience developing and implementing strategic policy and advocating to government bodies, professional associations and industry organisations in a clear and concise manner.

    You will have strong written and oral communications skills, well-developed negotiation, liaison and interpersonal skills, a collaborative relationship management approach and a positive and proactive working style.

    Applications should include a cover letter addressing the area of responsibility and should be addressed to Michael Linke – General Manager, Membership Services.

    For a full position description please head to the Institute’s website via

  • 21 Jun 2019 1:03 PM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Australian College of Midwives

    Commence: 20 September 2019

    Term: 3 years

    Area of expertise:

    • Strong business experience and focus at a corporate level.

    Organisation type: Not-for-profit

    Remuneration: Expenses Only

    The Head Office is located in Canberra.

    The Australian College of Midwives (ACM) seeks an external Director with strong business experience and focus at a corporate level 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 a copy of the position description and selection criteria please visit

    For further information about this position please contact

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

    Closing date: 9am AEST on 12 July 2019

  • 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

    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:

    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:

  • 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

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