Open Committee Roles: Committee Officer
Role Description (x5 roles)
- Remote (open to all locations in Australia)
- Completed a Board-approved Masters of I/O Psychology
The Officer is responsible for partnering with other committee members to design, deliver, evaluate, and report on initiatives aligned with SIOPA’s annual committee plan. Your role will be to:
- Support one portfolio / sub-committee (see list of portfolios below)
- Assist in the development of an annual sub-committee plan
- Implement initiatives aligned to the annual plan
- Participate fully in meetings
- Liaise directly with the portfolio leads
- Assist with monitoring, evaluation, and reporting progress to the Board
- Develop and maintain strong working relationships with external partners
- Act in accordance with relevant legislation, regulations and SIOPA’s rules and by-laws
- Advocate for SIOPA and I/O psychology in Australia
You will lead one of the below portfolios / sub-committees:
- MEMBERSHIP ENGAGEMENT: Coordinates activities that improve the member experience.
- CPD & EVENTS: Plans and delivers a range of events run by SIOPA in person or online.
- COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING: Organises the external communications by SIOPA in line with the organisation’s brand and values.
- ADVOCACY & RESEARCH: Promotes the growth of the evidence base for industrial organisational psychology in Australia.
- CORPORATE SERVICES: Implements activities that support the general functioning and sustainability of the core SIOPA systems and infrastructure.
What do I need?
This role is for someone with a passion for strengthening and protecting the I/O psych community. You will bring:
- Understanding and commitment to SIOPA’s vision
- Strong problem-solving skills
- Proactivity and willingness to take ownership
- Relationship management skills
- Analysis and reporting skills
- Effective verbal and written communication skills
The role generally requires a commitment of up to 2 hours per week.
What’s in it for me?
- Exciting opportunities to be at the forefront of shaping and advocating for your profession
- Connections to a global network of like-minded practitioners
- Access to professional development opportunities
How do I apply?
Send your expressions of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5.30pm AWST on 16 December 2022. Be sure to include:
- The role you are applying for (i.e., committee officer)
- Your portfolio preference/s
- Your CV.