$60,000 – $65,000 per year plus Superannuation
Event and Graduate Relationship Co-ordinator - Melbourne CBD – required by a busy not-for-profit professional association. Excellent organisational skills, phone manner and verbal communication skills are essential.
Massage & Myotherapy Australia is a not-for-profit association with a membership base of approx.. 8,500. In this busy and important role you will be responsible for all administration pertaining to the Association’s Continuing Professional Education (CPE) events as well as developing relationships with Training Organisations and students nationally.
This is an excellent opportunity to join and be supported by a dynamic and diverse team. If you are an outgoing person who enjoys talking to people and small groups; answering telephones; relationship building; booking face-to-face and online events including presenters, venues, catering and travel; and meeting deadlines and budgets, then this is the place for you! This is an exciting opportunity with very diverse functions.
Responsibilities and Duties include:
This is a full-time role with some flexibility to work from home as per Association policy. The position is available as a 12-month contract in the first instance that requires an individual that will bring a "can do" attitude to a small, hardworking, fun and supportive team.
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Closing date: 19 January 2024, however, may close earlier if a suitable candidate is identified.
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