Plan 1 (website, e-bulletin, social media listing)
A$300.00 per ad excl. tax
Plan 2 (website, e-bulletin, social media, e-news listing)
A$415.00 per ad excl. tax
How to Post a Job on the PIA Employment Directory:
Posting a job on the PIA Employment Directory is simple. Follow the steps below to learn how.
Post a Job on the PIA Employment Directory.
Read through the instructions for posting a job.
Navigate to the PIA Employment Directory website, and read through the instructions for posting a job.
Submit the application form.
Employers can download an application form and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I post a job on Planning Institute Australia?
To place an ad on the PIA employment directory, call (02) 6262 5933 or email email@example.com. You may complete the advertising request form available on the website.
How can I create a Planning Institute Australia account?
If you would like to become a member of the Planning Institute Australia, go to planning.org.au and select the "Membership" tab to read about the various membership options available.
How will my Planning Institute Australia ad look?
The PIA will try to replicate the style and layout of your original ad when it is placed on the site. Your job posting will be placed online within an hour of the information being received and will remain live until the closing date, or one month from the date of placement.
What do I have to submit to have my ad placed?
- Your job posting in Word format.
- Your logo must be suitable for web and not more than 400 pixels wide.
- Include your contact details and social media handle in the email to assist with promoting your vacancy on the PIA's social media networks.
How do I become a registered planner?
- Candidate Membership.
- Log work experience.
- Complete a Ethics and Professional course.
- Complete the Professional Examination.
What does a town planner do in Australia?
A qualified planner creates land use plans that help develop communities, adjust to population growth, and upgrade physical facilities in towns, cities, and states.