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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.

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  • 15 Jan 2019 1:58 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)
    • Become an integral part of the EA’s team during an exciting period of innovation and growth.
    • Use your exceptional administrative, planning, delivery and reporting skills to ensure our corporate partnership activities are delivered within deadline and against target.
    • Liaise with various business units across EA and build trusted working relationships with high-level internal and external stakeholders.
    • Responsibly manage major sponsorship accounts and ensure the end-to-end coordination and seamless delivery of Engineers Australia’s corporate partnerships activities.


    About Engineers Australia

    Engineers Australia (“EA”) is well known for being the peak professional body, the trusted voice and the global home of the Australian engineering profession.

    Through a sustained period of significant innovation and growth, EA as an organisation has evolved to become known as a respected and influential membership-based organisation that not only leads and influences the engineering profession through strategic partnerships with industry and the Australian Government, but also offers an ever-growing suite of member benefits, products and services that are considered world-class.

    About this opportunity

    This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Partnerships Coordinator to join our national team and help ensure we meet our partnerships commitments against our project plans and deadline.

    Based in our Sydney office, and working across all EA business units, key responsibilities include:

    • assist in the preparation of partnership agreements and support delivery of partnership agreements with EA’s key partners;
    • deliver activity logistics, such as event registration website and reporting links, speaker liaison, and sourcing and negotiating terms and conditions for venue hire, contracting caterers, audio/visual suppliers;
    • Exceptional relationship management of partner organisations, ensuring that the terms of all agreements are met and delivered in a timely manner; 
    • work with EA’s Marketing team to develop and deliver marketing activities for partners;
    • establish and maintain the partner database and calendar;
    • coordinate the annual planning cycle of sponsorship agreement delivery and management;
    • monitor partnership income and expenses, review all invoices for accuracy and ensure all partnership payments are made.
    • Communicate intended sponsorship targets across Engineers Australia’s business units and divisions for a whole-of-Engineers Australia approach to engaging clients
    • report of sponsorship and partnership outcomes achieved vs. planned/intended

    In this position, you’re required to use proven account / relationship management experience and organisational skills to deliver exceptional mutually beneficial outcomes for both EA, and our clients.


    What's in it for you?

    As the successful applicant, you will:

    • join a high performing team who have a high level of integrity and you will have the opportunity to use your subject matter expertise to effectively contribute to the team's performance in order to continue to exceed outcome expectations;
    • develop long lasting working relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders, including industry partners and sponsors;
    • have an ever-growing range of employee benefits at your fingertips;
    • create a legacy in this newly-created role.


    Do you have what we need?

    As the successful applicant, you will be a customer-focused and highly organised professional with a positive, proactive and results-driven attitude that is complimented by the following skills, experience and attributes:

    • significant experience and demonstrated ability in planning and executing a wide range of agreements and partnerships, from ‘inception’ to ‘completion’;
    • demonstrated experience in all facets of relationship and/or account management including the management of events;
    • strong influencing and negotiating skills;
    • demonstrated experience in being part of a team committed to delivering on commitments;
    • tertiary qualifications in a relevant field desirable;


    Want to make this amazing opportunity yours?

    If you feel that you have the necessary skills, drive and experience to excel in this position, please submit an up-to-date resume and cover letter by clicking here. If you would like to have a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Noel Dos Santos, General Manager Business Growth via phone on (03) 9321 1726.

    Please visit the Engineers Australia website to view a full copy of the Position Description along with important information regarding the Engineers Australia's Privacy Policy in relation to the Collection of Information:

    By submitting an application for employment or expression of interest with us you and/or by making a job enquiry, you:

    • acknowledge that you have read and understood that Engineers Australia or its third party providers may collect personal information about you in the manner and for the purposes described in our Privacy Policy (
    • consent to Engineers Australia and its third party providers processing, collecting, using and disclosing your personal information as stated in the 'Engineers Australia's Privacy Policy in relation the Collection of Information' notice available on our website


    Applications Close: 31 January 2019

  • 15 Jan 2019 1:33 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Melbourne based (ACT office activity)

    Part time 0.6 FTE

    The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the peak body for social workers in Australia. We set the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

    Operating through a branch network, the AASW delivers education, programs and services, advocacy, networking and connection for the benefit of members and the social work profession.

    Reporting to the Member Services Team Leader you will be responsible for:

    • supporting implementation of AASW’s strategic objectives including membership growth and engagement, promoting and supporting social policy and continuing professional development (CPD) objectives
    • providing quality and efficient secretariat and administrative support services to the ACT Branch Management Committee (BMC), associated Sub-Committees and Practice Groups

    Key Selection Criteria:  

    • Excellent customer service skills
    • Proven relationship building and relationship management skills
    • Demonstrated experience in office procedures, including payment processes, website management, recording and records management.
    • Ability to work autonomously with minimal supervision 
    • Experienced in coordinating learning events and professional meetings
    • Experienced in providing executive-level support to committees/volunteer advisory groups and providing secretariat support  
    • Experience in a professional association
    • General understanding of allied health services practice
    • Relevant tertiary qualifications

    The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce. We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability. 

    To be considered for this role, your application must include your résumé and cover letter which addresses the selection criteria.  

    Please submit your application by midnight AEDST: 25 January 2019. Apply here. 

    Further information on AASW can be found by visiting our website at

  • 15 Jan 2019 9:40 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Restaurant & Catering Industry Association is the peak industry body representing the interests of 45,000 hospitality businesses across the country.

    The Association seeks a skilled project manager to oversee an initiative to build new quality apprenticeship pathways.  it will examine alternative training models that will aim to attract a broader range of apprentices and secure the supply of qualified people to address ongoing skills shortages and bring broader benefits to the hospitality industry.

    This position is project related and is for a fixed term to the end of March 2020.  There may be the possibility of extension, pending funding availability.

    Key Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

    The Project Manager will need to have suitable experience within the hospitality industry including; 

    • Industry credibility;
    • Expertise and knowledge of the Hospitality Industry, including experience in the skills development requirements of the industry;
    • A really strong understanding of Apprenticeships in particular the Cookery apprenticeship and its delivery;
    • Knowledge of training and the apprenticeship system for an RTO perspective as well as from an operational perspective;
    • Motivated, passionate to get the results;
    • High level of interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills, including the capacity to work collaboratively as a member of a team;
    • Well-developed time management and organisational skills including the ability to prioritise workload;
    • Information Technology skills and administration skills including the demonstrated ability to prepare reports;
    • Demonstrated ability to build linkages with employers and to understand their skills and labor needs;
    • Demonstrated ability to build linkages and work cooperatively with other stakeholders, such as Registered Training Organisations and other service providers.


    • Convene Project Management Committee Meetings and provide Secretariat role;
    • Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of the project;
    • Ensure that the project is delivered on-time, within scope and within budget;
    • In conjunction with partners, developing project scopes and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring feasibility to deliver the outcomes;
    • Ensure the allocation of project resources are allocated to the delivery of project outputs;
    • In conjunction with partners develop a detailed project plan and track progress against the plan;
    • Verify changes in project scope, schedule and costs with the Project Management Committee and Project Management Group;
    • Measure project performance using appropriate systems, tools and techniques;
    • Report and escalate to management as needed;
    • Manage the relationship with Restaurant & Catering Australia, Business Group Australia and William Angliss Institute (as Project Partners);
    • Manage relationships with all project stakeholders;
    • Perform risk management to minimize project risks in accordance with Risk Management Plan;
    • Establish and maintain relationships with third parties/vendors.
    • Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation.
    • Growing Industry-education collaboration, networks, and capability.
    • Other duties as needed.

    Office location

    The Project Manager will be based in the Association’s office located at:

    Level 3, VACC HOUSE
    464 St Kilda Road

    Email or call 1300 722 878  to obtain a copy of the job description, and address all skills criteria in your application.

    Apply here.

  • 07 Jan 2019 12:36 PM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    About Audiology Australia
    Audiology Australia is the peak professional association representing audiologists in Australia. Established in 1968, it has a current membership of over 2,700 audiologists representing approximately 98 per cent of the profession.

    We provide professional development, set ethical standards of practice and are a strong, influential advocate for our members. We drive the future of the profession to ensure Audiologists continue to deliver the highest standards of contemporary hearing health care and we positively promote Audiology to ensure Audiologists are recognised for their expertise and are valued for their services.

    Our team and the office
    You will be part of a small team based at the national office in Cremorne, Victoria (a two -minute walk from Richmond train station). Audiology Australia is an equal opportunity employer and provides a flexible and supportive working environment. Employees may therefore request flexible work arrangements to assist them in balancing work and life commitments. Applicants are encouraged to discuss flexible arrangements with their contact person during the recruitment process.

    About the role
    An exciting opportunity exists for a suitably experienced and motivated conference manager/ senior conference co-ordinator ready to take the next step in their career and join the Audiology Australia team. We are a lean and agile team and looking for an organised project manager ready to get their hands dirty.

    As the Conference Manager, you will be required to oversee and manage the delivery and implementation of Audiology Australia's flagship national conferences and chapter conferences. This is a hands-on role in end- to-end conference management with some administrative support provided by a part-time events co-ordinator.

    You will be required to travel to administer events in other Australian states and territories and the role involves some out of regular office hours work.

    The successful applicant will need to demonstrate:

    • 5+ years' experience in end-to-end conference co-ordination/management
    • Experience and/or understanding of membership-based organisations
    • Ability to plan daily workloads and prioritise schedules and meet deadlines
    • Excellent communication skills and ability to build rapport with key stakeholders
    • Proven ability to work both independently and in a team
    • Well-developed administrative and organisational skills
    • Genuine desire to provide a memorable and positive experience for all stakeholders

    Key Selection Criteria


    • Demonstrated experience developing conference related operational manuals, templates and timelines
    • Strong project management skills with ability to prepare and manage budgets
    • Advanced Microsoft Office application and database skills in particular, event management software and CRM experience. (preferably Events Air)
    • Knowledge and experience with speaker and abstract management software and experience with complex scientific or academic programs.
    • Experience with website content management tools (WordPress or similar) and conference apps
    • Excellent organisational skills with an ability to delegate and manage multiple projects
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
    • Ability to work with minimal supervision within a team environment and work cooperatively with key stakeholders


    • Experience working in a conference management role, preferably within a Member Association or Professional Conference Organiser (PCO) environment

    Application Process
    To learn more about Audiology Australia, visit our website For more information on this position, please contact the Communications and Education Manager, Savio D'sa on (03) 9877 2727

    Your application should include:

    1. cover letter (please include your base salary expectations NOT including super);
    2. resume, and;
    3. a brief description addressing each of the key selection criteria

    You may apply through SEEK or email Savio D'sa, Communications and Education Manager at

  • 07 Jan 2019 9:33 AM | Pauline Turner
    •          Sydney (Surry Hills) based, close proximity to Central Station
    •          Car park access
    •          Managing a committed team

    Organisational Overview

    The Australian Podiatry Association is the largest and oldest professional membership association representing podiatry and promoting foot health in Australia.  As the leading provider of quality continuing education for podiatrists, we support our members with opportunities to develop their professional career, uphold standards and build connections.

    • Reports to: Chief Executive Officer
    • Manage a Marketing and Communications and NSW & ACT membership services team
    • Liaises with: Stakeholders and other APodA staff

    About the role

    The Marketing and NSW & ACT State Manager is a key member of the APodA Leadership Team, bringing skills, experience and commitment to enhance and develop to APodA programs. The role is based in the APodA Office in Surry Hills. Reporting directly to the CEO, this role is responsible for managing a committed team in delivering innovative and engaging marketing and communications strategies to key stakeholder groups including member podiatrists, non-member podiatrists and other foot health stakeholders including the general public. You will deliver a marketing and communication program designed to;

    • Drive member engagement
    •  Acquire new members
    • Raise awareness of the importance of good foot health
    • Encourage consumers to find a podiatrist via

    The role is also responsible for overseeing the delivery of services in the NSW & ACT region including;

    • Management of memberships, programs and services in the NSW & ACT region such as continuing professional development
    • Management of the NSW & ACT Regional Committee
    • Management and development of the NSW/ACT membership services and events team
    • Building relationships with relevant local authorities and agencies

    Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities

    • Develop and implement National APodA marketing and communication strategies.
    •  Manage the development and delivery of high quality marketing collateral and stakeholder communications including print, digital and social media
    •  Manage the development and delivery of an annual Foot Health Week Campaign
    • Oversee the APodA brand management
    • Develop and deliver proactive and reactive PR and media campaigns.
    • Manage design and development of key reports including Annual Reports and market research reports.
    • Develop evaluation strategies for the assessment of APodA marketing and other program initiatives .
    • Develop and deliver local programs and services such as CPD to attract and engage podiatrists in the NSW and ACT region
    • Implement strategies to respond to local member professional requirements
    • Support relationships with key stakeholders including NSW APodA Board and NSW APodA Regional Committee
    • Lead, mentor and motivate a team
    • Contribute to the development and delivery of the APodA strategic plan.
    • Other duties as directed by the and commensurate with the scope and classification of the position

    Qualifications & Experience

    • A tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline and/or significant industry experience in communications, marketing, public relations.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Demonstrated team and project management skills.
    • Experience in managing digital marketing and social media
    • Experience in PR, media relations and corporate communications
    • Experience in stakeholder relations, team management and leadership at senior level
    • Experience working with volunteer committees

    Personal Characteristics

    • Highly professional and articulate with excellent interpersonal skills.
    • Excellent attention to detail and commitment to high quality outcomes.
    • Strong ability to manage multiple priorities and projects.
    • Proven ability to work independently and within a team environment.
    • Strong personal values and commitment to working in the not-for-profit sector

    Key Selection Criteria

    Applicants are required to provide a statement addressing the following key selection criteria, in addition to providing a CV/resume

    •  A tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline and/or significant industry experience in communications, marketing, business development or public relations
    • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing comprehensive marketing and communications strategies.
    • Demonstrated experience in the development of marketing collateral, and print, electronic, and social media campaigns.
    • Experience in preparing reports including Annual Reports.
    • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to interact and establish professional strategic relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
    • Demonstrated leadership and team management skills
    • Experience in the Not for Profit or Association sectors is preferred

    Please send your resume and any enquiries to Closing date: 28 January 2019

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