Navigating unChartered Pathways - Canberra

Are you a graduate engineer wondering what the next step is?
We've got your back

Navigating your career as a young engineer can be a bit of mine field. You may feel pulled in so many directions you just want to give up.

Well we've got your back!

No matter which direction you go we have a pathway that will support your development and make sure you are learning all the things a professional engineer needs to know.

This event should not be missed if you are:

  • Wanting some direction in your career
  • Wondering what's next for you
  • Feeling out of control of where you are heading at work
  • After some much needed support/guidance in your professional development
  • Wanting to be the best engineer you can be

You will hear from early career engineers who have been where you are and have done something about it - becoming Chartered.

They will explain their journey across all the competencies and how they have achieved this creditional and how it has helped them so far.

Panellists to be anounced shortly.

After the panel discussion, we invite you to stay for networking and canapes to mingle with other graduate engineers.


Event Panellists

Alexandra Radulovich MIEAust CPEng NER
Associate / Geotechnical/Environmental Engineer
Douglas Partners

Alexandra is an Associate Geotechnical Engineer of Douglas Partners with 8 years' experience in geotechnical engineering consulting. Alexandra has experience in a wide variety of geotechnical investigations including subdivision development, infrastructure projects and multi-storey buildings across the ACT and surrounding areas. Alexandra graduated from ANU with an Honours Degree, majoring in Environmental, Sustainable Energy and Materials and Mechanical Engineering in 2009. She completed a Master’s Degree at the UNSW in 2016, majoring in geotechnical engineering. She started her journey to become a Chartered Engineer at Engineer Australia’s information session and was successful in her interview in August 2018.


Annie Lane MIEAust CPEng NER
Client Engagement Manager
Jacobs Australia

Annie is a trained and experienced aeronautical engineer with a background in Defence and a passion for effective management of Defence business. After eight years as an officer in the RAAF, she started her career in Defence Industry with Nova Systems, she was engaged in projects in both the air, joint C2 and satellite communications domains and also spent a year as an Operations Manager in the Canberra Office.  Annie is currently working for Jacobs as a Client Engagement Manager, focused on the management of their Capability Partner Services under the Major Service Provider contract. Annie is Chair of the Canberra Women in Engineering committee and an accredited Chartered Professional Engineer.


Doug Tompsitt FIEAust CPEng NER APEC Engineer IntPE(Aus)
Registered Assessor
Engineers Australia

Doug Tompsitt graduated as a Chemical Engineer from UNSW and worked for 30 years in the mining industry in various process engineering and technical leadership roles.  His engineering experience included the areas of copper and iron ore processing both in Australia (Tasmania and WA) and overseas (Zambia).  On leaving the mining industry in 1998 he joined the staff of Engineers Australia working in administration for registration and Chartered assessment.  He was National Assessment Manager for a number of years and is now semi-retired and works part-time assessing Chartered applications.

27 / 06 / 2019 - 05:30 pm to 08:00 pm
Registration Closes
27 / 06 / 2019 05:00 pm
Engineers Australia National Office
11 National Circuit
Australian Capital Territory
  • Member Rate: $0.00 ($0.00 excl. GST)
  • Non-Member Rate: $25.00 ($22.73 excl. GST)
Event Contact
  • Contact:
    Engineers Australia Membership Growth Team
  • Phone:
    1300 653 113
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