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EthicalJobs.com.au Events Manager Full Time in Melbourne VIC

EthicalJobs.com.au

Branch Melbourne VIC AU

Position:
Events Manager
Location:
Melbourne VIC

Responsibility for all aspects of event management, from planning to event day, and post-conference wrap-up….

Use your event-management skills to make a difference to hundreds of Australian charities and NFP organisations

  • Join a dedicated, passionate and successful team with a vision to “work for a better world”
  • Enjoy our Collingwood office: Loads of natural light, high ceilings, standing desks and great food and coffee just around the corner on Smith St
  • About Us EthicalJobs.com.au is a social enterprise that’s aiming to change the world, one job at a time.

    As one of Australia’s top job-search sites for the not-for-profit sector and beyond we support the work of more than 4,000 ethical organisations around the country, and we have a passionate, growing community of 200,000+ people who use the site each month.

    We also run the Not-For-Profit People Conference , which brings together not-for-profit sector leaders, managers, HR professionals and volunteer managers from across Australia to explore best practices in attracting, training and retaining people in the NFP sector.

    Our spacious office is just off Smith St in Collingwood. There’s loads of natural light, high ceilings, standing desks, a large outdoor deck for lunch in the sun and drinks after work, and great food and coffee just around the corner.

    You’ll be joining a dedicated, passionate and successful team (currently eleven people) who are inspired to “work for a better world” through connecting people and organisations who share a vision of a more equitable, just and sustainable world.

    About the role We’re looking for an Events Manager to organise our annual Not-For-Profit People Conference, as well as some smaller events through the year.

    Now in its fifth year, the Not-For-Profit People Conference is Australia’s largest event focused on how to attract, train and retain the best people for the NFP sector. In 2016 the conference was a sell out, attracting over 500 attendees and 30+ speakers. We hope to grow even further in 2017!

    The responsibilities of the role include:

    • Responsibility for all aspects of event management, from planning to event day, and post-conference wrap-up
    • Management of all conference timelines and deadlines;
    • Project planning & budgeting;
    • Exploring new options for the conference and assessing their feasibility;
    • Speaker research, invitation and liaison;
    • Sponsor and exhibitor relationships, from invitations (including some sales calls) to managing ongoing relationships;
    • Affiliate marketing through NFP sector organisations;
    • Liaising with a design agency and overseeing the development of marketing collateral;
    • Overseeing and updating the conference website (WordPress);
    • Managing relationships with contractors and the venue;
    • Managing a conference assistant in the months leading up to the conference;

    About You You’re an experienced event organiser who’s had primary responsibility for organising a conference or similar large event or project. You’ve ideally worked in or with the not-for-profit sector before.

    An event of this size has many moving parts, so you’re someone who’s exceptionally organised, has meticulous attention to detail, and thrives on “keeping all the balls in the air” at the same time.

    You’re someone who’s able to work at a conceptual level on ideas for marketing the conference to attendees and sponsors, as well as “getting your hands dirty” with the day-to-day minutiae and reality of being the sole organiser of an event like this.

    You’re friendly, fun and work well as part of a team, but you’ve also got great initiative and you’re able to work well with little supervision.

    Most of all you’re keen to do a job that makes a difference!

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    Employment Type: Full Time
    Location: Melbourne, VIC, AU
    Posted on: 2017-04-24
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