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ATSE is an inclusive employer. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We welcome applications from people with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; who identify as LGBTIQ+; and people with disability.

Our values

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion

ATSE is growing and we have several vacancies at the moment:

Program Co-ordinator roles

Administrator roles

ELEVATE Program Manager role


Program Co-ordinator, Administrator

About the Roles

We have recently expanded our range and scope of programs to support the growth of STEM related education and careers.  As a direct result of this we are seeking several administrators and co-ordinators to provide specific program and governance support.

Program Co-ordinator roles will provide high level organisation and scheduling support to their respective program team and report to the Program Manager.  These roles support the team through event organising, research, and extensive liaison with program participants.

Administrator roles provide the strong administration back bone for all operational and team functions to occurs smoothly.  These roles are the key link between teams, organisation of resources and problem solvers to remover blockers to enable smooth operational function.

Experience and Skills for Success

  • Proven experience (2-4 years) in administration, co-ordination or secretariat role
  • Experience working in a busy environment with the ability to juggle competing priorities
  • Strong administrative and organisational skills
  • Proficiency across Microsoft Office and/or CRM platforms
  • Strong communication skills both written and verbal
  • Ability to build relationships across the organisation and externally
  • Demonstrates a collaborative approach, exhibiting drive and initiative to find solutions
  • Willingness to participate a flexible team member and undertake a range of tasks

What We Offer

  • The opportunity to work in an environment for a purpose driven organisation that lives it values every day, and everyone’s contribution is valued and respected.
  • The opportunity to work flexibly
  • Generous leave provisions
  • Wellbeing support programs including EAP services with individualised coaching and counselling sessions
  • Attractive remuneration package with automatic annual CPI increases
  • Opportunity to work with a growing team with ongoing training and development and career prospects

Want to Apply or Curious to Find Out More? 

We would like to hear from you.  We encourage you to learn more about our organisation and our values.  To find out more about the role, please email dawn.bennett@atse.org.au.  To apply, submit your resume with a short cover letter of no more than one page relating your experience and skills to the role success requirements.


Elevate Program Manager

About the Role and the Program

The Elevate Program is a government funded grant and aims to boost women in STEM scholarships program (“Elevate”) by awarding up to 500 undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships to women in STEM to propel women into senior leadership roles.

We are seeking a people-focused leader to establish, launch and deliver the Elevate program to a high level of achievement, and to lead the Elevate team and work across ATSE and our partners to effectively deliver the program.

The role will network across the broad national and international STEM eco-system to foster fruitful and collaborative relationships highest levels in business and academia to support the program outcomes.

At the core of the role is the management and delivery of a complex government-funded grant to include program evaluation and reporting requirements to fulfil contractual obligations.

A collaborative work style is essential, as the position works closely with ATSE staff, stakeholders, and industry partners.

A leadership style that demonstrates inclusiveness and a desire to nurture relationships and grow internal capability.

Experience and Skills for Success

Essential 

  • Exceptional relationship management, to network with influence at the highest levels.
  • Experience in delivering and reporting on complex government-funded programs.
  • Experience or comprehensive knowledge of applied research, training and early career development pathways across the public, private and non-profit sectors.
  • Proven ability to manage a diverse team to achieve objectives and grow individual capability.
  • Determination to achieve and commitment to expand the skills, the research and career opportunities of postgraduate students and early-career professionals, in STEM.
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion, and an awareness of gender equity and intersectionality issues.
  • A Working with Vulnerable People/Children Check is required for this role.

Desirable

  • Post-graduate qualification in a STEM discipline with industry experience and/or
  • 6-8+ years of program management experience in the Australian STEM sector or an Australian STEM-related industry.

What we Offer

  • The opportunity to work in a for-purpose organisation, that lives it values every day, and everyone’s contribution is valued and respected.
  • The opportunity to work flexibly
  • Generous leave provisions
  • Wellbeing support programs including EAP services with individualised coaching and counselling sessions
  • Attractive remuneration package with automatic annual CPI increases
  • Opportunity to work with a growing team with ongoing training and development and career prospects

Want to Apply or Curious to Find Out More? 

We would like to hear from you.  We encourage you to learn more about our organisation and our values.  To find out more about the role please email dawn.bennett@atse.org.au.  To apply please visit SEEK to submit your resume with a short cover letter of no more than one page relating your experience and skills to the role success requirements.