A career at AILA is fun, challenging and most importantly, rewarding.
Our current staff of twelve includes recent university graduates through to highly skilled professionals who have been immersed in the profession for many years. Learn more about AILA’s staff and governance.
AILA’s National Office is located in Canberra ACT with State Chapter Offices in Sydney NSW, Melbourne VIC, Brisbane QLD, Perth WA and Adelaide SA.
National Events and Marketing Coordinator
This role within Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) National team has been developed to support the implementation of partnerships and events for AILA. Under the guidance of the Events, Partners and Communications Manager, the role will support the delivery of the national corporate partner program, various events and conferences and manage projects that enhance the membership value proposition.
AILA offers a flexible work environment and will consider applicants outside of Canberra depending on skills and experience. Full time or part-time appointment will be considered - please specify your preference when applying. Read the full Position Description and email your cover letter and resume to Georgina Scriha.
QLD Administration and Events Coordinator
Reporting to the QLD Chapter Manager and working with QLD Committees, the Administration and Events Coordinator will collaborate to develop and deliver successful activities throughout the state through the events program, communications, marketing and administration functions.
This is a flexible, work from home position for a suitably experienced and motivated candidate for approximately 10 - 15 hours per week. It will require some travel and out of business hours work. Read the full Position Description and email your cover letter and resume to Melanie West.
Chief Executive Officer
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has experienced several years of dynamic growth and renewal. Due to the departure of the current CEO, the organisation is seeking a high calibre candidate to continue to drive the Institute through creative and inspiring leadership, during the next phase of our organisational development.
The CEO plays a leading role in ensuring our organisation is engaged and visible through effective advocacy and profile building. You will also oversee the implementation of strategy, policies, and programs, and the operational management of the Institute at both National and State levels.
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