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.

  • 20 May 2019 10:01 AM | Elaine Woolstencroft (Administrator)

    Girl Guides NSW and ACT

    Established and future focused

    Girl Guides NSW ACT is part of the 20 million member World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts and has been providing A Place to Grow for girls and women and their communities for 100 years. With new projects and a strong future vision, now is the time to join the Membership team and make your contribution.

    The role..

    In this 2 year contract role you will lead and deliver innovative and traditional ways for all girls from new and diverse communities to participate in Girl Guides as well as provide opportunities for women to volunteer in leadership and support roles.

    With a Community Engagement approach working closely with the Project Committee (Volunteer Leaders) and the Membership Manager, you will be responsible for building the profile and membership of Girl Guides in school and community settings in the North West Sydney Region (Penrith being the geographic center).

    What you will bring..

    • A passion for making a difference
    • Tertiary qualifications in community development, project coordination or volunteer engagement and/or experience in a relevant role.
    • Ability to build relationships with community representatives and proven stakeholder management experience
    • Strong communications skills including speaking to groups
    • Ability to review and further develop project resources such as presentations and information kits
    • Excellent project and time management skills
    • Self drive and ability to work autonomously and contribute to a team
    • Ideally some experience working with volunteers
    • Exposure to or interest in the not for profit sector
    • Availability to work some evenings and weekends
    • Working with Children Check and National Police Check
    • Current drivers licence and positive driving record

    What we bring..

    • An awesome professional and skilled team
    • Great resources and head office support
    • Flexibility and opportunity to work from home
    • Experience in a not for profit, volunteer led and member based organisation

    How to apply

    Please send your resume (4 page max) and a cover letter (2 page max) outlining your experience and how you fit the role to Jimena Pintos-Lopez on jimena.pintos-lopez@girlguides-nswact.org.au.  If you have any questions contact Jimena at Girl Guides NSW ACT on 02 8396 5200.

    Closing date 5pm Monday 3rd June, however we may start interviews prior to this so we encourage early applications. 

  • 24 Apr 2019 9:50 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)
    • 4 or 5 days a week - your choice
    • Great team environment
    • Easy access to parking/ public transport/ cafes

    We are looking for a Policy Officer to join the Policy team and help APA members define public policy barriers to the provision of sustainably safe, high quality physiotherapy; help members construct viable alternatives and help members develop strategies to promote these alternatives to critical stakeholders.

    About us

    The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is the peak body representing the interests of over 26,000 physiotherapists in Australia. It does so by advocating for access to quality physiotherapy services, providing leadership in the wider health landscape, creating lifelong information and learning opportunities for members, and promoting the value of physiotherapy to the community.

    The APA is proud to have a great working culture and it is under pinned by our values:

    • Professional
    • Excellence
    • United
    • Community minded
    • Visionary

    About the role

    • Work closely with the State Branches to articulate state-based policy with APA national policy
    • facilitate member development and documentation of options for structural and systemic change that can be championed by the APA
    • support of members as they participate in consultations on public policy issues, including the (co)design and re-design of funding programs that support the provision of physiotherapy
    • support members in articulating the value of physiotherapy
    • understand the engagement of the APA and our members with Local, State, and Federal Government agencies
    • support physiotherapists who are participating in reviews and inquiries likely to have a substantive impact on the APA’s strategy
    • provide secretariat support for APA committees, working parties and meetings in the health policy
    • collaborate with staff in teams across the APA to ensure the organisational strategy and tactics being used to pursue policy goals align with those occurring in professional education, communications and marketing .
    • Ability to travel interstate from to time to time.

    About you

    • the ability to work with professionals on structural and systemic issues that affect their ability to deliver high quality services
    • sound knowledge of the Australian health sector.
    • excellent written and verbal communication skills, and experienced in preparing briefs and background analyses
    • sound skills and experience in rapidly appraising large volumes of information and deriving critical issues from it
    • strong interpersonal skills with demonstrated confidence in presenting indicative solutions to panels of peers
    • experience in working independently on substantive problems and collaborating in a team-oriented environment
    • the ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment
    • experience in a policy-related position

    to apply

    if you are interested in working in a great supportive team and you have what we are looking for please send your CV and cover letter, outlining your experience and skills as they relate to this role by using the apply button below.

    A full position description is available at www.australian.physio in the section: about us /work with us

    The APA is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage applications from people with culturally diverse backgrounds.

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

    All candidates must have full Australian Working Rights.

    Only those successful in the selection process will be contacted

    To apply, click here. 


  • 24 Apr 2019 9:42 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Organisation:

    The Australian Institute of Credit Management is a not for profit membership body that connects, educates and represents credit professionals Australia wide.

    We are currently looking for an experienced Training Manager to continue to build the quality and range of the qualification and non-qualification training we provide, who will have the opportunity to make a real difference to the careers of our members and the credit profession

    This role requires a motivated and hands on attitude – someone who is passionate about learning, development and working with a team passionate about their members.

    The main roles and responsibilities:

    • Full management and administration across all areas of the RTO operations
    • Management of informal training products
    • Managing the RTOs business and administration systems
    • Assisting with business development
    • Ensuring compliance with standards for RTO’s
    • Course development, maintenance and upgrades
    • Student inquiries and enrollment
    • Managing partnerships with related industry bodies
    • General Support for all activities

    Essential Criteria:

    • TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
    • A minimum of 3 years’ experience managing development and continuous improvement of training products with sound knowledge of Standards for Registered Training Organisations.
    • Ability to write and update course materials.
    • Intermediate to Advanced Excel Word and PowerPoint.
    • Sound knowledge of training and assessment compliance.
    • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to work in a team framework, unsupervised and effectively achieve organisational change objectives.

    As a not-for-profit, we can't pay at the top of the market, but we believe we make up for it with an enjoyable, flexible workplace – one that we believe you will really enjoy being a part of.

    Our workplace is very flexible and, for the right candidate, we will consider some mix of flexible hours and work from home arrangements.

    To apply email "click here" or email nick@aicm.com.au with a full resume and covering letter.


  • 23 Apr 2019 1:13 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    The Australasian Corrosion Association Inc (ACA) is non-for-profit industry membership-based with over 2,000 members. The ACA promotes the co-operation of academic, industrial, commercial and governmental organisations that are involved with corrosion. The ACA aims to disseminate information on all aspects of corrosion and its prevention by conducting an annual conference, technical seminars and branch events, training and publications for its members who come from a wide range of industries including protective coatings, oil and gas, water, defence, mining, marine, engineering and more.

    The role will be responsible for the delivery of three key operations of the ACA’s service to members:

    • Coordinate and deliver the ACA Annual Conference (Corrosion & Prevention) in conjunction with Conference Organising Committees
    • Coordinate and work with Technical Group (TG) Committees to devise and deliver TG Events
    • Working with state branches in the delivery of their events

    The successful candidate will work closely with the Conference Organising Committees, Technical Group Program Committees and other team members to coordinate the planning, design, conducting and execution of ACA managed conferences and Technical Group Events by undertaking the following:

    1. Coordinate all aspects associated with the ACA Annual Conference (Corrosion & Prevention) and Technical Group Events by devising and developing event plans, timelines and budgets
    2. Negotiate contracts and manage the relationships with the conference centres, venues, professional conference organisers, printers, audio visual, entertainment, exhibition hire and other suppliers
    3. Management of sponsorship and exhibition sales and entitlements for Conference and Technical Group Events
    4. Liaise with Committees who are responsible for developing the technical program for seminar series and send invitation to speakers
    5. Oversee logistics for the Technical Group Events (in conjunction with the Event Assistant) such as finding suitable venues, production of seminar booklets, couriers, registration process
    6. Liaise with Marketing Manager and Graphic Designer to develop Conference and Technical Group event collateral and promotion and monitor schedule of agreed activities
    7. Updating conference website and Events website as applicable (content only, not reskin or design)
    8. Manage and support conference committees including attending meetings, distributing agenda and minutes to maximise the success of the conference
    9. Manage the paper submission and review process
    10. Ensure effective financial management of approved budgets
    11. Manage timelines and ensure the team works as efficiently as possible to meet deadlines. Coordinate logistics meetings with relevant team members in the lead up to conferences as required.
    12. Supervise and delegate responsibility to Event Assistant within agreed ACA event project management frameworks in a positive and supportive manner
    13. Maintain appropriate knowledge base for the ACA in relation to conference and event management by reading trade publications, attending industry events and conferences and consulting other meeting professionals to keep abreast of meeting management standards and trends
    14. Ensure delegates receive high level customer services and facilitate effective and efficient resolution of problems related to the event delivery
    15. Ensure that continuous quality improvement processes are implemented (incl., post event evaluation and analysis, process improvement and changes to existing policies and procedures)
    16. Participate as an active team member and carry out duties as requested by the Chief Executive Officer of the ACA.

    Personal Attributes

    • A high level of project and event management skills and experience in organising and coordinating sizeable conferences (300 – 500 delegates)
    • Self-motivated, ability to meet deadlines, multi task and work under pressure
    • Ability to liaise and work with a wide range of people
    • Ability to show initiative, lead others, manage own time and work independently unsupervised
    • Excellent time management and organisational skills, ability to prioritise, work in a busy environment and motivate others
    • Excellent communication skills, oral and written
    • Excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills
    • Demonstrated high quality of customer service (both internal and external)
    • Demonstrated flexibility with regard to work tasks
    • An exceptional eye for detail which will not settle for sub-standard work
    • This position will remain open until cob Friday 3 May 2019.

    Richard Reilly - Chief Executive Officer

    Apply Here. 


  • 23 Apr 2019 12:58 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Project Manager - The Academy - Accommodation Association of Australia (AAoA)

    Fixed term contract – 12 months

    Position Description:

    The AAoA Academy is seeking an experienced project manager to join the team in Melbourne. The AAoA Academy services the hospitality and tourism industry in pre-employment and training programs designed to promote and develop students for a career path in the sector. The role will liaise with key stakeholders such as Registered Training Organisations, Job Active providers, employers and industry. The role is for a fixed term contract for 12 months with long term employment opportunities.

    • Competitive salary and commission.
    • Flexibility and potential interstate travel.
    • Be part of a growing team with an expanding industry.

    What the role involves:

    • Project managing the end-to-end roll-out of pre-employment training programs and other key initiatives.
    • Working with all key stakeholders for a smooth process for successful outcomes.
    • High level reporting and data integrity.
    • Attending information and screening sessions of candidates.
    • Working closely with members, industry to expand the initiative.
    • Communicate effectively to peers within the organisation.
    • Component of business development and networking.

    Required skills:

    • Understanding of the Vocational, Training and Education industry.
    • Experience in dealing with Registered Training Organisations, Job Active providers and Employers.
    • Experience in recording key data and high-level reporting.
    • Excellent communications and customer service skills.
    • Proven record in achieving deadlines and reporting requirements.

    To be considered for the role click here, or for more information please contact Troy Schufft, AAoA Academy Director on +61 429 045 863 or email troy.schufft@aaoa.com.au.


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