Opening for a Office Manager / Executive Assistant

Office Manager / Executive Assistant

Job Description

IAB Australia is looking for someone to keep our dynamic trade body organised and working efficiently for our members. Ideally someone who is passionate about the digital advertising industry and community. The position is suitable for an experienced and organised administrative executive.

Our office manager will ensure proper flow of office procedures, be a gun at organising diaries, taking minutes and keeping our CEO organised. This is a flexible working role between 20-25 hours a week which can be worked across 3, 4 or 5 days. Based out of our office in Surry Hills and part of a small team but at the heart of a large and dynamic industry. Great opportunity for someone with EA or administrative experience.

There are a number of options for development or extra responsibilities available with this role including:

  • Graphic design
  • Content production
  • Event management
  • Financial management
  • Member liaison

The Organisation

IAB Australia is a registered not-for-profit organisation; membership fees and revenue generated are invested back into the IAB’s membership benefits such as resources, events, reporting, and industry representation. IAB Australia is the peak trade association for online advertising in Australia. As one of over 43 IAB offices globally and with a rapidly growing membership, the role of the IAB is to support sustainable and diverse investment in digital advertising across all platforms in Australia.

In the always-evolving and rapidly-changing digital advertising and technology ecosystem, the IAB is constantly moving forward and identifying how best the assist our members and the industry at large. The IAB Industry Charter, announced in October 2018, details the organisation’s focus on helping marketers and agencies involved in digital advertising by:

  • Demonstrating to marketers and agencies the many ways digital advertising can deliver on business objectives.
  • Ensuring the necessary standards and guidelines are in place to promote a trusted and transparent digital marketplace, reduce the friction within in the digital supply chain and to improve the online advertising experience for consumers, advertisers, and publishers.

Beyond the IAB’s continued focus on content and ad measurement, the Charter outlines four additional areas of activity: digital ad effectiveness, data and data privacy; standards and guidelines; and improving the digital value chain.

In addition to the IAB team, we leverage the skills, experience and commitment of over 120 member companies, many of whom actively work across our eight Councils – all comprising of subject matter experts – helping us address core pillars of simplified and standard online audience measurement, research, and online operational standards and guidelines, and policy.

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The Role

The office manager will be responsible for the following:

  • Managing meetings and locations for the IAB team and member meetings
  • Helping to project manage the team and our member activities
  • Diary management for our CEO and other senior staff
  • Build relationships with key support people within our member organisations
  • Manage relationships with IT, property managers, cleaners, etc.


  • 2+ years in an administrative role preferably with some project management experience Strong Microsoft Office suite experience
  • Previous use of Zoom &/or Monday desirable but not essential Passionate about the detail

Working relationships

  • Internal – IAB team
  • External – IAB members and suppliers
  • Reports to the CEO

How to Apply

Please send your resume and a cover letter detailing how you meet the selection criteria to with the subject line “Office Manager Application”.