Date posted 14 January 2021
Applications close 29 January 2021
About the Committee
The Committee for Melbourne is all about shaping a better future for Melbourne. Working together with our members, we make a difference by challenging the status quo and encouraging thought leadership to create change through confident and influential advocacy.
With over 150 member organisations drawn from across Greater Melbourne’s major corporations, small and medium businesses, academic institutions and not-for-profit entities, Committee for Melbourne is an active connector.
We bring together Melbourne’s community and industry leaders to engage in rigorous debate and share ideas and strategies for future growth and development. Working with, and on behalf of our members, the Committee aims to ensure Melbourne’s challenges and opportunities are addressed in ways that keep our city vital, inclusive, progressive and sustainable.
As a not-for-profit, member-based entity, the Committee is politically independent and entirely impartial. This allows us to freely and purposefully raise issues important to the growth and development of Greater Melbourne.
This is a role which will suit a motivated, enterprising self-starter with around 2- 5 years of relevant work experience. You will be working full-time hours within a dynamic team of twelve full and part-time staff. Collins Street office close to trains and trams.
Reporting to the Communications, Events & Engagement Manager within the Engagement team, the primary focus of this role will be the overall coordination and delivery of all Committee for Melbourne events.
With 150 active member organisations and a network of over 2000 member-staff and external stakeholders, the Committee manages a sophisticated CRM system and hosts over 60 events (face-to-face, hybrid, online) annually, including forums, workshops, an annual gala dinner and networking functions.
Planning, coordination and delivery of the Committee for Melbourne’s annual events program.