0558—Events Coordinator (NGO) / TBE Jobs

  • Events Coordinator (NGO).
  • Job Reference: 0558.
  • $55-$60K salary (plus super).
  • Sydney, New South Wales.
  • Full Time

The Events Coordinator within a not-for-profit organisation is responsible for the delivery and coordination of the business’s events and training programs at the national level and within States as required, ensuring they meet industry needs and are professionally marketed, organised, conducted and evaluated.

Responsibilities:

  • Report to the National Manager Events and work with colleagues in each State office to ensure that a consistent approach to events and training are delivered across the country.
  • Assist with the coordination of events and training at State level as appropriate.
  • Participate in the National Summit Advisory Committee and undertake tasks as required including identifying potential speakers, preparing briefing material for speakers and conduct pre-event briefings consistent with the National Summit objectives.
  • Liaise and communicate with event participants including delegates, sponsors, suppliers and speakers in a professional and timely manner.
  • Maintain the events electronic database for recording registrations, member and stakeholder interactions and generate reports as required.
  • Assist with processes and event rollout as required.
  • Maintain an effective and professional working relationship with the Marketing and Communications team and ensure all event and training information is included appropriately on the website.
  • Assist with the marketing and promotion of events, in collaboration with the Marketing and Communication team.
  • Liaise with venues and suppliers to confirm bookings, orders and event related requirements.
  • Manage enquiries regarding events.
  • Promote the business’s services to members, non-members and other stakeholders, identify potential new members and "soft sell" at conferences, seminars and other appropriate gatherings.

Skills:

  • Communicate clearly and concisely in both written and verbal form
  • Communicate effectively in group situations
  • Prioritise work, schedule work activities in advance and be relied on to follow through on tasks.
  • Able to keep track of priorities and give supervisor early warning of possible problems.
  • Shows initiative and is proactive in looking for improvements to work practices.
  • Offer advice and services to meet customer needs and provide solutions to problems
  • Deliver on promises made to customers
  • Develops relationships with customers in order to achieve goals
  • Take responsibility
  • Act with confidence
  • Act on own initiative
  • Understand others
  • Adapt to the team
  • Listen to others
  • Consult others
  • Communicate proactively
  • Keep others informed
  • Support others, as well as developing and communicating self-knowledge and insight
  • Write clearly and fluently
  • Write in an expressive and engaging style
  • Produce solutions
  • Make judgments

Experience:

  • Tertiary qualifications in event management or a related field are highly desired.
  • 1-3 years’ experience in the event industry.
  • Capacity to meet deadlines under pressure.
  • High attention to detail.
  • Excellent personal presentation and professional image.

Additional information:

  • Interstate travel may be required
  • After hours work may be required

Do you think you’re the right fit? If yes, give Sally Brownbill a call on 0403 302 831 or email her you CV to sally@thebrownbilleffect.com

0557—National Events Manager (NGO) / TBE Jobs

  • National Events Manager (NGO).
  • Job Reference: 0557.
  • $85-$90K salary (plus super).
  • Sydney, New South Wales.
  • Full Time

The National Events Manager role for this not-for-profit, is responsible for strategically developing and executing the National Events and Education program that delivers events that ensure events stand out and provide best value and quality for members.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide leadership to the national Events and Education team by creating an environment of leadership, having a safe space for the team, and creating opportunities for individuals to develop their skills.

  • Create and deliver a high quality and diverse calendar of events and educational programs that meet member needs nationally, enhance the image of the business and provide professional development and networking opportunities for attendees.

  • Engage with external providers OR deliver in-house accredited training to give members access to the best courses in the industry.

  • Develop commercial partnerships for event specific sponsorship opportunities.

  • Lead the National Summit end-to-end.

  • Ensure local needs of members across the country are taken into account when planning and executing events and educational programs.

  • Developing and maintaining relationships with key partners in aged care.

  • Maintaining an aged care leadership role among peak employer groups through effective and highly regarded events and educational programs.

  • Keep abreast of the events and education industry nationally (both within and external to the aged and community care sector), ensuring the business’s events are competitive against other events and deliver the professional development members need.

  • Provide input into regular member surveys, utilising feedback provided to deliver quality events.

  • Undertake thorough planning and co-ordination of all aspects of business events and education to ensure they meet industry needs and are professionally marketed, organised, conducted and evaluated.

  • Ensure administration of events and educational programs meets internal and external standards with regards to record keeping, financial records and contractual arrangements.

  • Promoting the employer’s services to members and non-members, identifying potential new members and "soft selling" at meetings, conferences, seminars and other appropriate gatherings.

  • Research and implement best suited technology and social media platforms specifically for events and educational programs.

  • Planning, developing and maintaining the electronic membership database to suit the Events and Education service and document all member interactions, leading by example for the rest of the Events and Education team.

  • Implement a quality system and engage in continuous improvement processes within all above objectives.

Skills:

  • Communicate clearly and concisely in both written and verbal form.

  • Communicate effectively in group situations.

  • Prioritise work in terms of urgency and importance and schedule work activities in advance and be counted on to follow through on tasks.

  • Able to keep track of priorities and give supervisor early warning of possible problems.

  • Shows initiative and is proactive in looking for improvements to work practices.

  • Offer advice and services to meet customer needs and provide solutions to problems.

  • Deliver on promises made to customers.

  • Develops relationships with customers in order to achieve goals.

  • Take responsibility.

  • Act with confidence.

  • Act on own initiative.

  • Understand others.

  • Build team spirit.

  • Listen to others.

  • Consult others.

  • Communicate proactively.

  • Keep others informed.

  • Support others, as well as developing and communicating self-knowledge and insight.

  • Write clearly and fluently.

  • Write in an expressive and engaging style.

  • Analyse and evaluate information.

  • Produce solutions.

  • Make judgments.

  • Leading by example in the application of Values.

  • Supporting and developing the team and wider staff.

  • Meeting performance standards and targets.

Experience:

  • Qualifications in event management.

  • Highly developed budgeting, planning and organising skills.

  • Superior communication and influencing skills, including on the telephone, written correspondence and marketing material.

  • Excellent leadership and management experience.

  • Exceptional abilities to develop and maintain relationships and promote effective networks.

  • High attention to detail.

  • Excellent personal presentation and professional image.

Additional information:

  • Interstate travel may be required.

  • After hours work may be required.

  • Direct reports: Events coordinators, Education coordinator, Events administration officer.

Do you think you’re the right fit? If yes, give Sally Brownbill a call on 0403 302 831 or email her you CV to sally@thebrownbilleffect.com