State Manager - Health & Member Engagement

State Manager - Health & Member Engagement

Job Title: State Manager - Health & Member Engagement
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: WA Other
Salary: $80k + super
Start Date: Perm
Reference: 2978140
Contact Name: Louise Roper
Contact Email: louise@beaumontpeople.com.au
Job Published: September 02, 2019 18:30

Job Description

State Manager WA – Health & Member Engagement
Full Time, $80k + Super

About the client:

Occupational Therapy Australia (OTA) is the peak body for occupational therapists in Australia.
They are a Not-for-Profit member services organisation, providing professional development, advocacy, practice standards, networking and events across all States. 
About the role:

As the State Manager for WA, you will actively lead the membership engagement strategy with a strong focus on retention and acquisition. You will attend education events and facilitate networking opportunities with a variety of stakeholders.  You will coordinate with the state council and consult with the national office on policy, advocacy and projects relating to members.  
This is an autonomous role with head office based in Melbourne.
About the person:
The ideal candidate will have a background in membership, health, education and/or policy within a not-for-profit organisation.  You will have excellent communication and stakeholder engagement skills, be agile confident and a self-starter.  You will enjoy working autonomously whilst executing a state strategy with a national focus. 
The duties of this role include:
  • Implement and drive and member acquisition and retention strategies
  • Establish and maintain positive relationship with members, including the Divisional Council
  • Engage with special interest groups across the state
  • Develop and implement networking and other member engagement activities
  • Support and consult with the Lobbying and advocacy team regarding policy submissions
  • Act as the secretariat for Divisional Council meetings
  • Develop and implement projects and program as directed by Divisional Council and HO
To be successful you will have:
  • Demonstrated experience in developing, managing and maintaining partnerships, strategic relationships and collaborative projects with diverse stakeholders
  • Experience working in a charity, not for profit association or small organisation
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal and an ability to negotiate for positive and mutually beneficial outcomes
  • Ability to work as part of a small but driven team with attention to detail, organisation skills, and an ability to identify organisational risk
If you feel you meet the above criteria APPLY now! Alternatively, contact Louise on 02 9093 4925 for more information. 

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