AIOH Membership Coordinator

01 Apr 2019 8:47 AM | Kerrie Doherty

The Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH, the Institute) is the association that represents professional Occupational Hygienists in Australia. The AIOH is the largest occupational hygiene society in Australia and the only professional society representing qualified occupational hygienists in Australia.   www.aioh.org.au

We're currently looking for a new Membership Coordinator who is the primary contact between members of the AIOH and the office team.  Based in the Melbourne office (Westmeadows), this full time position will suit a person who lives and breathes exceptional customer service. 

Working in a small team with the support of a Business Manager, a Conference and Events Manager and a Bookkeeper, you will be part of a finely tuned team that is always striving to do things better.  You will have the support and encouragement you need to succeed.  If you have a default position of helping others and take on challenges with great enthusiasm, then we are looking for you.

Key Selection Criteria:

  • Extremely capable and confident communicator on the phone, via email and in writing,
  • Highly skilled in responding to inquiries from AIOH members and the general public,
  • Strong and fluent skills in MS Office - Word Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook,
  • Experience with website navigation and e platforms that support websites
  • Savvy and comfortable using technology
  • Skilled and experienced with paper based administrative tasks 
  • Highly skilled with organising internal meetings - from catering through to minute taking, as well as distributing board papers
  • Inclusive team player 
  • Demonstrated experience meeting deadlines

Your main areas (but not only areas) of responsibility will be memberships, qualifications, certification, and mentoring programs that the AIOH run.

If you work well in a team and have an attitude that is collective and collegiate then you will fit right in.  You take initiative and can work autonomously if and when required.  Meeting deadlines (and making sure others meet theirs) is part of your skill set and you have knack for making people feel valued for their contribution – thank you is part of your vocabulary and you use it often.

You will need to work in the office from Monday to Friday from 8:30am – 5pm.  Off street parking is available.  Comprehensive ongoing training will be provided, as well as professional development opportunities.  The position requires travel to the annual conference in December for a one-week duration, the 2019 conference will be held in Perth.

If this sounds like you then we would love to hear from you.

The successful candidate's appointment is subject to:

  • a positive police check;
  • having the right to work in Australia;
  • be willing to participate in a psychometric test (if required).
If you wish to apply for the role, please send contact Zoe Bailey on  zoe@dashcs.com.au or 03 8609 9865 or 0448 899 990.
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