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 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.

  • 21 Aug 2019 11:17 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Area of expertise: Strong business and marketing

    The Head Office is located in Canberra

    Organisation type: Not-for-profit

    Commence: 20 September 2019

    Term: 3 years

    Remuneration: Expenses Only

    The Australian College of Midwives (ACM) seeks an external Director with strong business and marketing experience 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 further information about this position please contact

    To view the position description, please click here.

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

    Closing date: 9am AEST on 30 August 2019

  • 19 Aug 2019 8:17 PM | Adrienne Rourke

    Resource Industry Network is currently seeking a dynamic, motivated, team player to be our Membership Engagement Manager.  This right individual will be responsible maintaining relationships with our existing member organisations and ensuring that services are being provided as agreed; growing the membership base, and creating new, and managing existing, value add member services. 

     Resource Industry Network represents businesses associated with the engineering and heavy industrial sector in the Mackay region and provides members with opportunities to:

    • CONNECT with the right people with the right levels of influence in the resource sector as well as a valuable member network.

    • DEVELOP practical pathways to making your business succeed and assist in developing regional capability.

    • PROMOTE a region of excellence in the resource services sector and the innovation and capability of our members and industry.



    • Experience in a business development and/or marketing role in the service industry or an Industry Association.

    • Demonstrated ability to build solid relationships with business owners (and their representatives) and regional stakeholders

    • Customer relationship management (CRM) knowledge with a proven record of building a customer (or membership) base through both growth and retention

    • Ability to engage and communicate with people from varied backgrounds and at different levels of authority.

    • Advanced computer literacy across a range of applications including Microsoft Office, Outlook, social media platforms and experience with CRMs systems, including reporting tools.

    • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills with the ability to work closely within a tight knit small team and Board.

    • Has excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills


    • Demonstrated previous experience working in a similar role in an Industry or Membership Association would be an advantage.

     Attributes Required:

    • Ability to work without supervision, is self-motivated and solutions focused

    • Ability to work effectively within a small, resourceful, not for profit team and work collaboratively with others

    • Ability to manage changing demands/priorities as required

    • Willingness to contribute to organisations duties as required

    • Friendly, courteous and professional

     Our office is located in Mackay, and occasional travel is required.

     You must be an Australian permanent resident.

     We are offering a permanent full-time position with a salary negotiable dependent upon experience.

     If you have the above skills and experience, as well as the ability to work autonomously, are self-motivated and solutions focused and work effectively within a small, resourceful team then we would like to hear from you.

     To apply for this role, please send your resume and cover letter, indicating why you are interested in the role to   by 9am Monday 2nd September 2019.  

     Applications will be processed upon receipt and the successful candidate may be able to start immediately. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for an interview

  • 19 Aug 2019 2:46 PM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)
    • Busy, broad business administration role 
    • Passion, energy and agility required 
    • Four months initially, opportunity for permanent

    We have a great opportunity to take on a versatile business administrator role with Engineering New Zealand. 

    They are a non-profit organisation, working to engineer a better world for New Zealanders. They create connections throughout the industry and society and provide a platform for engineers to be recognised, as important voices in the community. This organisation has an overarching goal to uphold the integrity, ethics and professional standards of engineers, to ensure trust and confidence in this profession. To support their goals, Engineering New Zealand offer a range of, rapidly growing, technical and special interest groups for their members to engage within.  The primary purpose for this role is to provide the administrative and communications support for these groups.   

    The responsibilities are varied and supports the Engagement Manager by: 

    • Managing membership information 
    • Maintaining and reporting on group records 
    • Coordinating group communications, updating websites, preparing and distributing newsletters or other group correspondence 
    • Handling logistics, including travel and accommodation, and attending various events 
    • Supporting committee members with meetings including minute taking 
    • Generating monthly financial reports.

    This is promised to be a broad and busy role. The right person for this role will offer: 

    • Demonstrated high level of administration and coordination skills 
    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills 
    • A client centric approach, an ability to interact with a wide range of people 
    • Confident across the Microsoft office suite, with an ability a willingness to learn new systems 
    • Previous experience, or interest in event coordination 
    • An ability to manage their own workflow, multi-task and work under pressure 
    • True, energy and passion for their work and the people they support

    In return, Engineering New Zealand presents an opportunity to be a part of their connected, colourful, people centred culture based at their new Wellington offices on Taranaki Street. 

    This role is offered for an initial period of four months, with the potential to become permanent. 

    Interested people please do not delay. Click HERE , or contact Katie Kemp on (04) 931 9466 quoting job number 19145 to discuss this opportunity further. All applications will be acknowledged electronically.

    Applications will close as soon as a suitable applicant be sourced. 

    Only people with the right to work in New Zealand may apply for this position. For advice on obtaining a New Zealand work or residence visa visit 

  • 12 Aug 2019 11:56 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    The Victorian Healthcare Association (VHA) is the peak body supporting Victoria’s public health services to deliver high-quality care. Established in 1938, the VHA represents the $19.4b Victorian public healthcare sector including public hospitals and community health services.

    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. In addition, the VHA supports its members with the implementation of major system reform and strategic business support and provides networking opportunities through topical and informative events on vital issues.

    In 2010, the VHA established the Australian Centre for Healthcare Governance to support Australia’s health and community sector to improve their clinical and corporate governance.

    Role purpose

    The Victorian Healthcare Association is looking for a proactive and experienced strategic Event Coordinator to join the Conference and Events team based in its Melbourne CBD office. The focus of this role is to coordinate events based in Melbourne, as well as interstate, and provide event support to the Events team. The events coordinator will support the Director of Member Services and Strategic Partnerships to plan, implement and deliver all programmed events.

    To be successful in this role, you must be an experienced Event Coordinator with proven success in managing multiple events, a busy schedule and a high volume of multiple stakeholders. You must excel at juggling priorities and time management, working toward strict deadlines as be able to work under pressure without losing attention to detail or quality of work.

    Your customer service skills must be exemplary. You will bring a passion for event management, energy, enthusiasm for service delivery to the role as well as enjoy problem-solving. You must be a team player who enjoys collaborating across teams and disciplines.

    Purpose, vision and values
    Vision: a Victorian healthcare system that meets the evolving needs of today and the future.

    Purpose: to be the voice of the healthcare sector, to build the capacity of our members and to catalyse system’s s transformation to the ultimate benefit of all Victorians.

    Our purpose and vision are lived through our values:
    Do what we say we will - We deliver and do what we say we will.
    Courage - We have courage to innovate and advocate.
    Respect - We have respect in our dealings with all persons and organisations.
    Have impact - We have impact and provide outcomes-based services to our members.
    Stronger together - We collaborate closely because we are stronger together.

    Position specifications
    Reports to: Director Member Services and Strategic Partnerships
    Internal: Member Services, Communications, Policy, Finance
    External: VHA members, Suppliers, VHA Corporate Partners

    Key Accountabilities

    • Deliver the VHA events program for members, including but not limited to conferences, forums, workshops, webinars, training and roadshows.
    • Coordinate all aspects of the events from event planning, implementation, to post implementation review.
    • Coordinate budget and vendor management.
    • Coordinate all aspects of our in house meeting facilities (service to members).
    • Administration of other member service activities.
    • Liaise with corporate partners, members and external stakeholders.

    Key tasks

    • Fulfil events and training calendar inline with member and stakeholder expectations.
    • You will be extremely organised, have strong interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrate a commitment to maintaining effective stakeholder relationships.
    • Your excellent facilitation skills, ability to prioritise competing deadlines and deliver projects on time and according to briefs will see you succeed in this role.

    Strategic activities

    • Enhance member value through the provision of high quality member events, that align to sector needs and interests and, in consultation with key internal and external stakeholders.
    • Establish and maintain effective positive relationships within the VHA and externally.
    • Contribute proactively to operational and strategic relationships, planning and initiatives within the VHA.

    Workplace health and safety

    • Visibly demonstrate work health and safety personal commitment to working with all VHA stakeholders in achieving a zero harm workplace by complying with the VHA’s WHS policy, WHS plans and procedures relevant to your working environment.
    • Actively promote and foster constructive behaviours to enhance the VHA’s organisational safety culture by reporting hazards, incidents, injuries and near misses to a manager without delay.
    • Cooperate with the VHA in respect to any action taken by the VHA to comply with legislative requirements.
    • Take reasonable care for your own health and safety and the health and safety of others in the workplace.

    Person specification
    Key selection criteria

    Essential skills:

    • Have a minimum of 5 years’ experience coordinating events in a high energy, fast-paced environment.
    • Be a meticulous operator with exceptional attention to detail, excellent administration and organisational skills.
    • Have a proven track record in managing multiple events/projects with competing deadlines (within budget, scope and deadlines).
    • Be a team player who works collaboratively as part of a collegiate team.
    • Have advanced knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook.
    • Show resilience and a willingness to learn /understand key aspects of the Victorian Health system.
    • Have experience managing multiple internal and external customers – e.g. exhibitors, sponsors, speakers, visitors, suppliers and venues.
    • Have a positive, can-do attitude, sense of humour and strong work ethic.
    • Excellent planning, organisational, prioritisation and time management skills.
    • Manage effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
    • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, varying communication styles depending upon the audience.
    • High level of attention to detail.
    • A current Victorian driving licence.


    • Ability to travel on occasion.
    • Knowledge:
    • Advance working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.


    • Dedication to the VHA’s vision and values.
    • Proven ability to establish trust, rapport and confidence with a range of stakeholders.
    • Flexible, accountable and committed.
    • Demonstrated initiative and ability to think strategically.
    • Ability to seize opportunities and demonstrate strong execution.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively as a part of a team, to collaborate and demonstrate respect.
    • Demonstrated cultural awareness.

    Qualifications and experience


    • Demonstrated understanding of the Victorian public health sector and/ or membership services organization.
    • Related qualification in event management, marketing or project coordination.
    • Understanding or experience working with CRM and event management system.


    • A demonstrated understanding of the health or community sector and its overall purpose in supporting health and community services, will be highly regarded.

    Expectation of behaviour

    All staff play a key role in shaping and influencing workplace culture. This requires a consistent approach and a commitment to the following:

    • Treat everybody with respect and dignity and value people for who they are and their unique contribution, irrespective of role or level in the organisation.
    • Accept that I have a key role in representing the VHA and for positively promoting the organisation in any external environment.
    • Be clear and open about decision-making processes, wherever possible providing opportunities for others to be involved in decisions that affect their work. Give new ideas from others a fair hearing and proper consideration. Promote and role model an open, inclusive and collaborative approach.
    • Take a proactive approach to workplace health, safety and staff wellbeing.
    • Participate in staff learning and development and recognize the value of ongoing professional and personal development.
    • Actively encourage feedback from others about how I am going as a team member.
    • Role model positive behaviours at all times and ensure that I choose my attitude when I come to work.
    • Always behave ethically and with integrity.
    • Be engaged and bring joy to work.

    For more information about the position please email

    If you wish to apply please do so by emailing your CV and cover letter addressing key selection criteria to

  • 08 Aug 2019 8:27 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)
    • Part-time, Flexible Role
    • Canberra Based
    • 3 year contract

    The National Association of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (NASOG) is seeking a part-time Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead and manage the association. This is a flexible role and is currently 0.4FTE (2 days per week) based in Canberra.

    NASOG’s purpose is to represent and advocate for its members’ interests with Government, bureaucrats and stakeholders. It is a membership-based association representing the interests of specialist obstetricians and gynaecologists. Its core activities include policy and advocacy, practice support and education, advisory and assistance.

    The CEO will work with the Council to develop and execute NASOG’s strategy and policy platform, and manage the organisation’s operations. The organisation is supported by a secretariat. The core functional areas of the organisation include membership, governance, finance, business development, marketing, policy and advocacy, media and communications.

    The CEO is responsible and accountable to the NASOG Council, via the President.

    The successful candidate will not only be required to lead and manage the association, but also work at an operational level. The position is also the Public Officer for the organisation.

    The incumbent will be comfortable wearing many hats at the same time, be strategic and detailed and be efficient and organised. The use of technology plays a critical role given it operates remotely. Minimal travel is required for the role.

    The ideal candidate will have:

    • Experience at the executive level
    • Governance experience
    • Not-for-profit experience in a similar organisation/role
    • Experience working in or closely with the public sector
    • Health sector experience
    • A solid understanding of the operations of Government and policy development
    • Appropriate qualifications relevant to the role

    Core competencies
    To succeed in this role, candidates must demonstrate essential skills in:

    • Influencing and relationship management
    • Interpersonal skills and communication
    • Advocacy
    • Financial literacy and management
    • Commercialisation, business development and marketing
    • Policy analysis, interpretation and development
    • Leadership and management


    • High level understanding, or background in, the health sector
    • Knowledge of government and the policy making process
    • Experience in the not-for-profit sector
    • Experience in project or program management
    • Experience working remotely, including managing remote staff

    Additional requirements
    This is a contracted role, and the incumbent will be expected to operate under their own ABN as a consultant.

    Submitting an application

    Candidates should request a position description via Applications should consist of:

    • A cover letter outlining your suitability for the, an indication of when you may be able to start the role, and your salary expectation
    • A current CV
    • Contact details for two referees

    Applications will be treated with confidence, and should be submitted by email to Applications close COB Friday 23 August 2019. All inquiries should be directed to this email address. 

  • 25 Jul 2019 12:14 PM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)
    • Melbourne
    • The voice for lost dogs and cats

    The Lost Dogs Home is seeking Expressions of Interest from experienced directors wanting to join this iconic NFP whose critical and compassionate mission has driven the organisation since it was established over 100 years ago. The Home fights passionately for a better deal for lost and unwanted animals through shelter & adoption services, responsible pet ownership programs and a highly regarded veterinary clinic.

    A high performing board is vital to the Home’s continuing success. As a member of the Board, you will provide strong and effective strategic leadership and governance to the Home and ensure the future growth of the Home through sound fiscal oversight.

    Experienced directors with skills in the following areas are sought: governance, finance, marketing/communications, fundraising, strategy and veterinary/animal welfare.

    If you have the experience, vision and passion to take The Lost Dogs’ Home into the future, please apply to enclosing you CV and covering letter or call Tanya Khan, Director, on 0413 593 998 for more information.

    Expressions of Interest close on 12 August 2019.

  • 23 Jul 2019 12:31 PM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)

    Services Coordinator

    Part-time 20 hours per week, term contract to March 31st, 2020

    Wellington Based

    New Zealand Joinery Manufacturers Federation (NZJMF) is a not for profit membership organisation.  Referred to nationally as Master Joiners, members are manufacturers of timber joinery products across the ten regions-branches of Master Joiners.  The objective of the NZJMF is to deliver services to members through products, educational opportunities, networking and conference events.  NZJMF is the voice of the joinery profession and advocates its members interests to strategic stakeholders such as, Government, Councils, Training Providers and Consumers.

    About the role:

    The role of the Services Coordinator is to attend to, organise and undertake administrative activities and duties which support the workflow objectives of the Federation.  The Services Coordinator role engages members who communicate with the National Office to foster positive member engagement.  While the role is administrative in nature, the outputs of the Services Coordinator is a valued contributor to the member experience.

    About you:

    You will be happy to get stuck in and support the real work at the coal face.  You will have an agile work capability which will allow you to turn your hand during the day to a number of different activities.

    You will be competent with cloud products in office 365, have database experience, website management experience, social media experience and have an eye and ear for excellent planning. 

    You will be a tactful and respectful communicator, enjoy working collaboratively within a team and can see the goal post among the workload.

    You might also have an eye for design and service development and general accounts.

    If you enjoy working within a membership organisation and understand the membership nuance of an industry-profession based not for profit or have worked in similar roles we welcome your application.

    This role is a term contract to March 2020 with a generous prorated salary.

    Please submit a cover letter outlining why you would be a good fit for the role with your CV to

    All inquiries to 027 234 1727

    Applications close August 19th, 2019.

  • 22 Jul 2019 3:47 PM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)


    • Brisbane
    • Area of expertise: Particular focus on finance/investment experience
    • Organisation Type: Not for profit
    • Remuneration: Expenses only

    About AMA Queensland:
    AMA Queensland is a highly reputable, not-for-profit membership organisation for doctors. As a membership organisation, AMA Queensland provides professional support and representation to our members, through advocacy, member services (such as training and workplace support), promotion and leadership.

    The governance and stewardship of the organisation is vested in an experienced Board with a strong strategic focus.

    Composition of the Board:
    The AMA Queensland Board is a Queensland Board comprised of up to eight Board members, including the AMA Queensland President, Vice President, Board Chair and up to five appointed directors (who are medical practitioners) and up to two skilled directors (who can be non-medical practitioners) to a total of eight directors. Board members are appointed based on their skills, experience and expertise that will best complement the Board to effectively achieve its goals.

    For the period up to May 2020 we are seeking to appoint a skills based director with particular experience in finance/investment, who is willing to contribute to the growth of the organisation and be part of the Finance Risk and Audit Committee.

    Time Commitment:
    The Board usually meets six times per year in Brisbane. Meetings are held face to face, although on occasions directors attend by tele/video-conferencing.

    While this position is a casual vacancy to May 2020, in the usual course Directors are appointed for a term of two years; Board Directors can serve on the Board for a maximum of three consecutive terms, if re-elected/ re-appointed at the end of the each term.

    Directors are generally expected to participate in one or more of the Board’s committees, which include: Finance Risk & Audit, Nomination & Remuneration and Governance.

    Particular Skill Set Sought:
    Experience in accounting and/or finance and the ability to:

    • Analyze and comment on key financial statements and the organisation’s overall financial situation;
    • Critically assess financial viability and investment performance;
    • Contribute to strategic financial planning and investment assessment;
    • Contribute to the identifying and assessment of business development and investment opportunities; and
    • Advise on and monitor strategic investment decisions made by the Board.

    Duration of Tenure:
    Initial two year term to a maximum of three consecutive terms, if elected.

    Voluntary (some travel expenses can be reimbursed for Board members located outside Brisbane).

    Desired Skills for all Board Members:

    • Previous experience on Boards and / or senior management experience;
    • Graduate of AICD company directors’ course; and
    • Affinity with the aims and objectives of the Association.

    Personal Qualities for all Board Members:

    • A commitment to the Association's mission, vision, core purpose and strategic plan;
    • A commitment to dedicate sufficient time to attend all board meetings and any other meetings as called by the Chair;
    • Flexibility, tact, impartiality, diplomacy and confidentiality;
    • Good listening and interpersonal skills;
    • An ability to focus on material issues and not “sweat the small things”;
    • An ability to see the “big picture”;
    • An ability to influence effectively at the board table;
    • An openness to consider alternative viewpoints; and
    • An unbiased position - a Director should not confuse their own goals with those of the Association and its members.

    How to apply:
    If you are interested in this Board opportunity, please submit:

    • Curriculum Vitae (CV); and
    • One-page expression of interest setting out:
    1. your professional experience/skills/qualifications, including your particular finance/investment experience; and
    2. the reason/s you would like to join the Board of AMA Queensland.

    to Company Secretary, via by close of business on Friday 16 August 2019.

  • 19 Jul 2019 10:08 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    About REINSW

    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.

    About the role

    We are seeking a passionate copywriter and content writer to join our Marketing team. This position will be reporting to the Marketing Manager and will have the responsibility for all external communications, both informational and promotional.

    Your responsibilities include, but not limited to the following:

    • Build and manage a busy content/editorial calendar
    • Create 20+ articles plus other content pieces each month to drive leads, subscribers, awareness, engagement and other metrics (examples include case studies/client stories/articles/ebooks/whitepapers/ infographics/guides/templates etc.)
    • Collaborate with designers, product marketers, sales professionals, and external influencers and industry experts to produce regular and relevant content that meets the needs of both key stakeholders and our audience.
    • Liaise with and foster positive relationships with media stakeholders and manage the Institute’s timely responses to media enquiries.
    • Excellent written and oral communications skills, including proven ability to write effective media releases, management reports, speech notes and promotional material within tight deadlines
    • Monitor the Institute’s external environment, particularly regarding the media, and manage the timely communication of relevant issues and articles with senior management. Concept development and production of creative and engaging marketing comms, including flyers, brochures, eDMs – working with the Marketing Coordinator.
    • Develop key relationships with stakeholders to develop content/media for the betterment of the real estate industry.
    • Perform any other duties as requested by management.

    About you

    • 5 + years’ experience in Journalism, Communications or Content Development
    • Tertiary qualifications in Journalism, Communications or relevant field would be preferable
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Excellent attention to detail and commitment to the highest quality standards
    • Solutions focused and highly organised
    • Ability to engage and manage third party subject matter experts
    • Ability to develop and nurture positive relationships with journalists in trade and consumer media
    • Excellent networking and stakeholder management skills
    • Must have a high energy, entrepreneurial drive
    • Proven experience in writing content for blogs, social media, email, digital flyers, press releases and other marketing collateral
    • Proficient at using email marketing, CMS and automation software to generate traffic and leads
    • Ability to carry out a dual-minded approach in day to day activities
    • Ability to rely on data to make decisions
    • Ability to multi-task and prioritise to meet deadlines

    How to Apply

    If you are motivated, professional and have a passion for media and public relations then apply now following the instructions below!

    Please apply online including your resume and a covering letter. Please note that candidates will complete a short test to demonstrate their content writing skills.

    For further details please contact:
    Darshan Parmar, Marketing Manager, 02 8267 0527

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