The Australia-China Youth Association (ACYA) is excited to announce that our flagship event, the Australia-China Emerging Leaders’ Summit (ACELS) will be hosted in-person for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Building on the successes of the fourteen previous Summits, ACELS 15 will be hosted in Sydney, Australia on 22-25 July 2022.
ACELS brings together young leaders under the age of 30 for an intensive multi-day educational, networking and developmental experience. As the preeminent youth dialogue for the Australia-China relationship, ACELS is a platform to foster people-to-people exchange and provides an opportunity to learn and discuss the challenges facing the bilateral relationship.
ACYA is now hiring the Project Team that will plan, execute and run the Summit. This is the perfect opportunity for someone who has never been involved with ACYA before, or who is looking to gain some co-curricular experience.
We are recruiting for the following positions:
- Project Manager
- Content Director
- Logistics Director*
- Delegates Director
- Communications Director
- Officers (Content, Logistics, Delegates & Communications)
To be a part of the ACELS15 project team, please email your Resume and a Cover letter addressing your suitability for the no role to Gabriel Steger, at <email@example.com> with the subject “ACELS 15 Project Team Application”.
All Director positions are expected to attend the Summit in Sydney.
*Logistic Director must be permanently based in Sydney.
Applications close at Midnight (CST) Friday 13 May 2022 but will be assessed on a rolling basis so please submit your application as soon as practicable.
Applicants are welcome and indeed encouraged to apply for multiple roles. If you do so, please state your order of preference among the roles you have applied for.
We strongly encourage applicants from all backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, members of the LGBTQIA+ community; culturally and linguistically diverse people, and people with lived experience of disability.