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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  • 10 Jul 2018 2:03 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    About the business

    Fitness Australia is the peak health and fitness industry association providing a range of professional and business support services to over 25,000 registered personal trainers and instructors, fitness businesses and industry suppliers Australia-wide.

    Fitness Australia is seeking an Advertising & Sponsorship co-ordinator to join their team at their Head Office in Sydney (Alexandria).

    This full-time position is responsible for:

    1. Managing, identifying and securing all advertising.

    2. Managing, identifying and securing all Industry Suppliers.

    3. Account co-ordination of Advertisers, Industry Suppliers and Partners

    4. Building and maintaining professional relationships with key industry stakeholders

    About the role

    Advertising

    • Actively source and sell advertising
    • Prepare & manage all bookings, invoicing and reporting
    • Manage and monitor advertising schedule across all mediums, ensuring maximizing opportunities
    • Develop relationships with all key advertisers
    • Identify and continually update advertising prospect list
    • Deliver financial targets
    • Monthly reporting

    Account Management

    • Assistance in the execution of contract deliverables
    • Administrative assistance on proposals & contracts
    • Assist in identifying potential partners
    • Work with project managers to integrate partner requirements into campaigns
    • Build and maintain a proactive professional relationships with partners
    • Assist in preparation of commercial forecasts, budgets, strategies & reports

    Sponsorships & Partnerships

    • Drive the development of effective sponsorship and partnership arrangements for key industry events, programs and services in collaboration with the broader team & expansion of sponsorship agreements to meet agreed KPIs.
    • Manage & implement the sponsorship and partnership policy.
    • Maintain relationships with current service provider partners and investigate avenues to expand the range of services provided to them.
    • tailored proposals, contracts, & agreements.
    • value assessment for proposals & partnership packages.
    • Negotiate all deals to ensure maximum output for Fitness Australia and the Sponsor / Partner.
    • Maintain thorough understanding of contracts to ensure all benefits are delivered & relevant parties are aware of all details.
    • Quarterly reviews with sponsors and corporate partners to ensure expectations are being met & they are satisfied with the level of service received
    • Reports to sponsors and partners on completion of their term, addressing deliverables and successes.
    • Oversee & meet commercial targets and budgets.
    • Develop & deliver an internal monthly report

    Industry Suppliers

    • Actively source & secure new Industry Suppliers
    • Execution of deliverables
    • Build a proactive relationship with Industry Suppliers
    • Identify opportunities for Industry Suppliers to further engage with the industry through alternate commercial channels
    • Identify and continually update the Industry Supplier prospect list
    • Deliver financial targets
    • Monthly reporting.

    Team Support

    • Support the Business Development & Fitness Australia team with projects as required
    • Work with the Digital Communications Coordinator on executing advertising, Industry Supplier & partner requirements

    Benefits and perks

    Fitness Australia has a team of 25 based in five (5) offices around Australia. We are an energetic and innovative team working for a fitter, healthier Australia.

    You will receive full training in your role, access to great facilities with opportunities for career advancement for high achieving candidates.

    Perks include working in a funky office space, a physical activity hour every week, birthday cakes, team lunches, fresh fruit and flexible working arrangements where suitable.

    Skills and experience

    Essential:

    • Tertiary qualifications in a related field of study (Advertising, Sales, Sponsorship) or related experience
    • A proven record of success in a sales environment
    • A strong understanding of sales strategies
    • A sound understanding and execution of commercial and marketing plans
    • A proven record in simultaneously managing multiple external third parties
    • Sponsorship/partnership project management, implementation and execution.
    • Highly developed written and oral communication skills, including an eye for detail and proof reading skills
    • Advanced computer literacy across a range of applications including Microsoft Office, Outlook, Adobe Creative Suite and web-based communications applications.
    • A proactive and innovative problem-solver
    • Welcoming, friendly and helpful manner
    • High level of personal and professional integrity
    • Proven experience working efficiently on multiple projects, ensuring that project deadlines and budgets are met.

    Desirable:

    • Previous experience working in sponsorship and partnerships
    • Experience working in an industry or professional association environment
    • An understanding of the Fitness Industry in Australia.
    • Some experience, even as a volunteer, with a mission-driven non-profit organisation.
    • An interest in health and fitness

    Personal attributes and behaviours:

    Essential:

    • Current drivers licence
    • Willingness to travel interstate (if required)
    • Willingness to work outside business hours and occasional weekends
    • Participation in performance appraisal of self and all staff

    Desirable:

    • Sound knowledge of the Australian Fitness Industry and exercise professional service delivery
    • Interest in fitness, health and promoting a quality culture in the fitness industry

    Please contact Liz Richardson on (02) 8036 0607 if you have any questions.

    To apply, click here.

  • 10 Jul 2018 1:53 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Management Committee of the Australian Booksellers Association (ABA) is recruiting a new CEO upon the retirement of the incumbent.

    The ABA has been a strong, effective and active membership association for Australian booksellers since 1924. We are based in Kew East, Victoria, with a permanent staff of 4. Our major annual events include national conference each June, "Love Your Bookshop" day each August, the production of the Kids Reading Guide each October, along with various training and advocacy events throughout the year.

    The ideal candidate will have :

    - bookshop or book industry experience

    - interest and skills in advocacy and public policy influence for the industry sector

    - a flexible approach to managing and growing a diverse national membership with high demands

    - the ability to effectively lead a small and amazingly productive team

    - project management skills to manage a broad range of annual events across Australia

    - excellent communication and negotiation skills to further enhance current supplier, partner and member benefit relationships.

    - skills to manage a complex balance sheet and P&L

    The Benefits of this Role

    - a national role in a well established association

    - an engaged and stable Board of active booksellers

    - Some international travel is occasionally required to represent Australian voices in New Zealand, the US, Asia and the UK.

    - lots of free books

    - a salary package to suit the industry and the applicant

    To apply -please click here. 

    Applications close Tuesday 7th August.

    Further enquiries to Tim White (ABA President) at twhite@booksforcooks.com.au.

  • 10 Jul 2018 1:34 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Professional Golfers Association of Australia Ltd is a member organisation that has been in existence since 1911 with over 2,700 members across Australia. This role is based within the NSW/ACT Division of PGA Australia and reports to the State Manager NSW/ACT.

    We are seeking to engage a Member Services Coordinator who will coordinate, plan and deliver a wide variety of programs and events including professional golf tournaments. More specifically, you will be responsible for:

    · The coordination of the PGA trainee match program and trainee workplace support

    · Supporting the Tournament Coordinator through delivery of Pro-Am golf tournaments and Legends Tour tournaments

    · The promotion of the MyGolf Junior Program

    · The coordination of education and training seminars for PGA Members

    · Responding to member enquiries and providing guidance and support

    To be successful in this role you will need to be an excellent communicator with the ability to build strong rapport with members and industry stakeholders. You will have an immaculate attention to detail and be able to work in a planned and efficient manner. Due to the diversity of the role, multitasking is a must.

    You will also possess an extensive knowledge of the sport of golf and have the confidence to deliver rulings to professional golfers. Your IT skills will be advanced with particular proficiencies in Microsoft excel and CRM database management. PGA Membership or Tertiary Qualifications in a related field such as Education, Business or Sports Management are advantageous but not essential.

    Working as part of a small team, we are looking for an enthusiastic and professional candidate with a strong work ethic. You must be flexible in your approach, as weekend and after hours work may be required from time to time.

    Candidates must have a current drivers licence and unrestricted access to a reliable motor vehicle as the role includes a significant amount of event work throughout NSW and ACT.

    This is a great opportunity to build your career within one of Australia’s leading sporting organisations.

    Salary is negotiable based upon skills, qualifications and experience.

    Please email your application to the PGA HR Manager, Vicki Crowe at jobs@pga.org.au

  • 01 Jul 2018 1:50 PM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)

    More than 1.2 million Kiwis volunteer in our communities every year – step up to this opportunity to make a difference as our new Chief Executive.
    Volunteering New Zealand is the national voice of volunteering, working to create an Aotearoa New Zealand that promotes, values and supports effective volunteering. A national membership organisation, Volunteering New Zealand is an influential leader in the community and voluntary sector.
    We are looking for a strategic thinker and innovator to drive our well-established organisation through the next stage of growth. 
    With a remit that involves leading people, financials, strategy, programme development and stakeholder relations, you will ensure that Volunteering New Zealand effectively leads, values and champions volunteering.
    The successful applicant will bring:

    • a passion for volunteering and solid understanding of voluntary sector issues
    • experience leading and inspiring teams of paid and volunteer staff
    • the ability to build effective relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders, including government 
    • advocacy skills to bring about change
    • ideas and creativity for delivering on strategy
    • knowledge and understanding of te ao Maori
    • the ability to develop new and tap into existing funding sources
    • financial management skills
    • experience working with and reporting to committees or boards
    • excellent written and verbal communication skills including public speaking
    • understanding of and ability to interact with the media
    • an ability to optimise the use of technology and digital channels.
    This is an exciting opportunity to make a positive impact on the evolving volunteer landscape in New Zealand. 
    Salary Range:  $90,000 - $110,000
    For a position description, application form and further information, please visit our website.
    Applications close Friday 20 July 2018.
    Applications must be made on the  Application Form on the website and sent as a separate attachment along with your CV and covering letter.
    For more information contact Jennifer Pelvin – 021 491 456.
  • 29 Jun 2018 2:40 PM | Andrew Gosbell

    General Practice Registrars Australia Limited (GPRA) is a not-for-profit national organisation concerned with promoting general practice as a medical specialty of choice and representing the interests of the emerging general practice workforce through education, policy development and pastoral care. GPRA has a diverse and evolving membership base, which includes early career GPs, GP Registrars, pre-vocational doctors and medical students. GPRA is known for its innovation, publications, peer-to-peer activities and national representation.

    This new position, created after a corporate restructure, will work with the Manager, Business Development & Communications and CEO on a diverse range of event activities and sponsorship development and management projects to deliver a real value proposition to GPRA members. This position is responsible for the implementation of promotional and marketing initiatives including event and exhibition coordination & management; event promotion, organisational support; managing marketing collateral and implementing and reporting on sponsorship agreements.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Event coordination including pre-event planning, budgeting, promotion, logistics, sponsor and speaker support, registration and reporting
    • Coordinating GPRA exhibition booths at external stakeholder conferences
    • Identifying potential sponsors/partners and develop targeted proposals and sponsorship plans
    • Facilitating ongoing relationships with sponsors and partners, ensuring that obligations surrounding events and sponsorship are achieved and sponsors/partners receive a high level of service
    Attendance at some member events and assistance in the delivery of member functions, as well as some travel is required in this role.


    You will be working as part of a small team, in a fast paced and varied role, in a supportive and collaborative office environment.

    This is a full time position based at our Melbourne (CBD) office

    Please visit our website for the position description and key selection criteria. 

    For more information on this position, please contact the Manager, Business Development & Communications, Kevin Broadribb at kevin.broadribb@gpra.org.au or (03) 9629 8878.  Applications must include the following:

    • Covering letter;
    • Brief statement addressing the key selection criteria;
    • Resume of no more than 5 pages;
    • Details of referee names and current position with a brief explanation of your relationship. Referees will only be contacted with your prior agreement as a part of the final recruitment phase of this process.

    Applications close 5pm Monday 30 July 2018.

  • 27 Jun 2018 2:35 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Join SOCAP Australia, the association in Australia and New Zealand for consumer affairs professionals as our new Membership Sales Officer. 

    As the Membership Sales Officer you are responsible for membership growth, retention and driving membership engagement across all SOCAP services including: professional development programs and CPD; networking functions; and annual conference. 

    Your responsibilities will include: 

    • Membership sales including member subscriptions and renewals.  
    • Professional development and CPD sales including training programs, seminars and conferences  
    • Membership growth, engagement, and retention strategies to achieve SOCAP membership goals 
    • Assisting in the design of SOCAP products and services 
    • Provide outstanding customer service to members to assist in delivering on members' experience and membership value
    • Ensuring regular member contact to build relationships to understand members' needs for training and other products and services 
    • Seek and analyse member feedback for continuous service improvements 
    • Maintain accurate membership records for database integrity. 

    You will also be required to attend member events and assist in the delivery of member functions. Some travel is required in this role. 

    You will be working in a small team, in a fast paced and varied role, in a supportive office environment. 

    This is a full time position, located in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. 

    Your experience should include membership/professional association customer service, with proven sales experience and success working to KPIs.

    Applications including your CV and a cover letter can be emailed to the SOCAP Chief Executive at socap@socap.org.au

  • 21 Jun 2018 3:03 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Real Estate Institute of New South Wales (REINSW) is the largest professional association of real estate agents and other property professionals in Australia, and one of the most respected organisations in the associations sector.

    The role

    Reporting to the Committee Executive, you'll assist him in supporting our eight interest group committees (known as Chapter Committees) made up of leading real estate agents plus some other appointees. These Chapters include auctioneers, property managers, buyers' agents, residential sales, commercial, etc.

    What you need to be successful

    • Preparation of Chapter Committee Meeting documents including agendas, meeting records and action points.
    • Follow up with stakeholders (REINSW staff, Chapter Committee members and third parties) to ensure successful completion of Action points.
    • Attend all Chapter Committee meetings. The majority of these are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays: Friday meetings occur six times annually.
    • Attend to Committee meeting room preparation and tidy up including venue/room make good, technology internal loan and return, cleaning/tidy up and any other tasks as required .
    • General communication with stakeholders.

    Skills and experience

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Attention to detail
    • Strong Microsoft office skills including good typing speed
    • Highly organised
    • Ability to juggle tasks and priorities in order to meet deadlines
    • Good relationship skills, able to mix with a variety of third-party subject matter experts

    To Apply

    Please apply online here including your resume and a tailored covering letter. Applications with out a tailored covering letter will not be considered.

    Please note that candidates will complete a short test to demonstrate their typing skills.

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