Job Opportunities

NATA employs professional, responsible people with a ’can-do’ attitude to deliver excellent levels of service, ensuring quality in everything that we do.

NATA offers a range of employment opportunities across the many programs we run and any current vacancies will be listed on this page.

NATA does not offer traineeships or voluntary work.

Client Coordinator - Calibration 

Client Coordinator - Inspection

- Digital Communications and Marketing specialist


Client Coordinator – Calibration

  • Lead Assessor and Client Management role 
  • National and Public Interest
  • Work autonomously 

The National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia (NATA) is Australia’s national accreditation body which provides independent assurance of the technical competence and integrity of organisations for clients who require confidence in the delivery of their products and services.

We are seeking to appoint a full-time Client Coordinators in our Melbourne or Sydney offices.

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About the role

Client Coordinators work with a team of professional people engaged in assessment of calibration laboratories against criteria based on ISO/IEC 17025.  You will initially be trained predominantly in the assessment of calibration laboratories, with the future possibility to be cross trained into other areas.

You will be responsible for managing client relationships, understanding accreditation criteria, organising and leading assessment teams. You will be conducting on-site assessments at client facilities with the support of technical experts. Duties also include the preparation of technical reports, follow-up of matters arising from assessments and provision of advice to technical experts, clients and the public on NATA’s policies and technical requirements. 

Intrastate and interstate travel will be necessary.

Skills and experience

We seek professionals holding a degree in Engineering, Science, Applied Science or a technology-related discipline, having relevant post graduate professional experience.  In addition, you will possess 3 years practical experience in a engineering or calibration environment with additional knowledge in regards to reference values and materials.  To be successful in this role, you will be computer literate, self-motivated, well organised and a logical thinker, with highly developed interpersonal skills, oral and written communications skills.  A sound knowledge of the principles of quality management and the ability to interact with people at a professional level is required.  The ability to work unsupervised and manage multiple separate projects, having simultaneous tasks and due dates is essential.  Previous auditing experience would be highly desirable, although training will be provided. 
 

About NATA

NATA is a membership based not for profit organisation and has been contributing to the quality of the nation’s technical infrastructure and servicing its members for over 70 years since 1947. NATA undertakes accreditation activities that ensure Australian conformance assessment organisations, including laboratories, inspection bodies, calibration services, producers of certified reference materials and proficiency testing scheme providers, have technical competence to carry out specified tasks in accordance with relevant international and Australian standards. NATA’s work increases community confidence and trust in the services offered by accredited facilities, mitigates risk, improves tendering success and facilitates trade.

NATA has approximately 200 staff nationwide with its head office in Sydney and has State offices in mainland State capital cities.  A unique feature of NATA’s business model is the 3,000 strong volunteers who contribute their deep technical knowledge, highly developed skills, and extensive industry experience to NATA’s causes in their respective role as Technical Experts, Committee members, and directors on NATA’s Board.
 

Salary and Conditions

The salary on commencement is equivalent to a total remuneration package of $104,006 per annum. NATA operates a superannuation scheme and offers normal conditions of leave and other benefits.  You must have a current driver’s licence and Permanent Australian Residency is a pre-requisite for this position.  For further details please contact NATA’s HR department on 02 9736 8222.

Interested applicants must provide a full curriculum vitae, including the names of three referees and a covering letter addressing the qualifications and experience in this advertisement and how this will benefit the Client Coordinator role by 22 July 2020 to the following email address:

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It is anticipated that the successful applicants will commence in October 2020.

NATA is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a non-smoking workplace.

Website:  www.nata.com.au


Client Coordinator – Inspection

  • Lead Assessor and Client Management role
  • National and public interest
  • Work autonomously
     

The National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia (NATA) is Australia’s national accreditation body which provides independent assurance of the technical competence and integrity of organisations for clients who require confidence in the delivery of their products and services.

We are seeking to appoint a full-time Client Coordinators in our Melbourne or Sydney offices.

Download full Job Description
 

About the role

Client Coordinators work with a team of professional people engaged in assessment of inspection bodies.  Our clients are active in agricultural, construction and industrial inspections, making the role particularly varied.

You will be responsible for managing client relationships, understanding accreditation criteria, organising and leading assessment teams. You will be conducting on-site assessments at client facilities with the support of technical experts. Duties also include the preparation of technical reports, follow-up of matters arising from assessments and provision of advice to technical assessors, clients and the public on NATA’s policies and technical requirements. 

Intrastate and interstate travel will be necessary.
 

Skills and experience

We seek professionals holding a degree in Science, Applied Science or a technology-related discipline, having relevant post graduate professional experience.  To be successful in this role, you will be computer literate, self-motivated, well organised and a logical thinker, with highly developed interpersonal skills, oral and written communications skills.  A sound knowledge of the principles of quality management and the ability to interact with people at a professional level is required.  The ability to work unsupervised and manage multiple separate projects, having simultaneous tasks and due dates is essential.  Previous auditing experience would be highly desirable, although training will be provided. 
 

About NATA

NATA is a membership based not for profit organisation and has been contributing to the quality of the nation’s technical infrastructure and servicing its members for over 70 years since 1947. NATA undertakes accreditation activities that ensure Australian conformance assessment organisations, including laboratories, inspection bodies, calibration services, producers of certified reference materials and proficiency testing scheme providers, have technical competence to carry out specified tasks in accordance with relevant international and Australian standards. NATA’s work increases community confidence and trust in the services offered by accredited facilities, mitigates risk, improves tendering success and facilitates trade.

NATA has approximately 200 staff nationwide with its head office in Sydney and has State offices in mainland State capital cities.  A unique feature of NATA’s business model is the 3,000 strong volunteers who contribute their deep technical knowledge, highly developed skills, and extensive industry experience to NATA’s causes in their respective role as Technical Experts, Committee members, and directors on NATA’s Board.
 

Salary and Conditions

The salary on commencement is equivalent to a total remuneration package of $104,006 per annum. NATA operates a superannuation scheme and offers normal conditions of leave and other benefits.  You must have a current driver’s licence and Permanent Australian Residency is a pre-requisite for this position.  For further details please contact NATA’s HR department on 02 9736 8222.

Interested applicants must provide a full curriculum vitae, including the names of three referees and a covering letter addressing the qualifications and experience in this advertisement and how this will benefit the Client Coordinator role by 22 July 2020 to the following email address:

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
It is anticipated that the successful applicants will commence in October 2020.

NATA is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a non-smoking workplace.

Website:  www.nata.com.au


Digital Communications and Marketing specialist

The National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia (NATA) is Australia’s national accreditation body which provides independent assurance of the technical competence and integrity of organisations for clients who require confidence in the delivery of their products and services.

We have a newly created role to support the business to develop creative communication, marketing and digital content to engage our members and clients and build the reputation of NATA.

This role is critical to the ability to execute on the strategies required to raise the profile of NATA.

  • Based Rhodes, Sydney
  • Full time position
  • Great career in not for profit organisation
  • Opportunity for progression, training and ability to grow with the business
  • Ability to join a supportive, dynamic and driven team
  • Attractive salary package
     

Job Brief

Join our innovative and friendly team. This position is integral for raising the presence and content of our communications.  The ideal candidate will bring related experience, a positive and friendly attitude, a strong work ethic and the desire to grow and progress with the company.

If you’re a creative, solutions-focused, goal-oriented professional, keen to achieve business results, we would love you to join our team. Click here to view the Job Description
 

Responsibilities

  • You will be responsible for marketing campaigns planning, implementation, management, optimisation and cross-platform integration to achieve objectives
  • redevelop and maintain the company’s website
  • Assist in the development and management of marketing-related events for clients and members
  • Actively drive marketing campaign evaluation, efficiencies, and effectiveness
  • Collaborate with teams across the business to create targeted collateral and publications to promote all parts of NATA to members and clients
  • Marketing reporting including performance analytics, efficiency, effectiveness

 
Criteria:

  • Proven work experience in a Marketing/Communications/Campaign role
  • Minimum 5 years’ marketing/communications experience in a similar field
  • Experience in creating engaging and informative content with strong copywriting skills
  • Execution experience in social media posting, and content creation
  • Sound understanding of various social media platforms including Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter
  • Track record in producing corporate communications and collateral for online and print
  • Demonstrated stakeholder management and strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Tertiary qualifications in Communications / Media / Marketing or related discipline


How to apply

To apply, please submit your application addressing the above criteria, along with an up-to-date copy of your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Contactable references are essential.

Application close: Monday 20th July 2020