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Why work for us
The Municipal Association of Victoria is the peak representative and lobbying body for Victoria's 79 councils. We were formed in 1879 and the Municipal Association Act 1907 appointed the MAV the official voice of local government in Victoria.
Today, we are a driving and influential force behind a strong and strategically positioned local government sector. Our role is to represent and advocate the interests of local government, lobby for a 'fairer deal' for councils, raise the sector's profile, ensure its long-term security and provide policy advice, strategic advice, capacity building programs and insurance services to local government.
We value diversity and employ young people, mature-age workers, working parents, people with disabilities, and people from Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander and non-English speaking backgrounds.
Our motto is 'pro bono publico' – for the public good. Through our activities, we improve the lives of all Victorians and you can help us in our valuable work.
Our current job vacancies are posted on this page, LinkedIn and a number of job search websites.
- Find out more about the MAV
- Browse council job vacancies for other opportunities in the sector
- Visit Council Careers Victoria on LinkedIn to learn about working in the local government sector.
Manager, Learning and Events
This role is key in shaping the future offering of professional development, training and events provided by the Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV).
The MAV is undergoing significant transformation to ensure it delivers the best membership services to the local government sector. The successful candidate has an important opportunity to shape and influence the sector in this crucial new role.
As Manager, Learning and Events you will be responsible for driving a more strategic and innovative offering of professional development programs, training, conferences and events. You will have direct input and influence over content and delivery of all aspects of professional development programs, training, events, and sponsorship. More specifically, you will develop a strategic and robust focus around the programs, as well as designing, implementing new and innovative e-learning programs. In conjunction with your team, you will manage all events from conception to implementation, including sponsorships, strategic partnerships, budgets and evaluations.
Ideally you will be tertiary qualified and have a solid understanding or appreciation of the local government sector. You will have developed your career in professional development, organisational development or training and possess a strong understanding of adult learning and the practical implementation of e-learning programs. Together with your proven track record in managing all aspects of development and delivery of events, conferences and seminars, you will have experience managing a small team as well as project and budget management. This role will suit a strong communicator and team player who has exceptional presentation skills as well as a positive, energetic and entrepreneurial mind set.