Navigating unChartered Pathways - Melbourne

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 credential 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

Amy Lezala, MIEAust CPEng, Metro Trains Melbourne

Amy is a Chartered Professional Engineer of Engineers Australia and a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

She started her career in 2007 and immediately commenced her CPD log towards gaining her professional registration.

Amy has worked in the rail industry for 12 years. She has worked across maintenance engineering and RAMS, specialising in Fire Safety Engineering by completing an MSc part time.

Her career has tied together safety and maintenance optimisation as she works to improve life cycle performance of the railway.

Amy is currently the Head of Engineering – Rolling Stock at Metro Trains Melbourne.


Fiona Boyle, MIEAust CPEng NER, ARTC

Fiona Boyle is a degree qualified and chartered chemical engineer.

She spent the first six years of her career working in safety and risk consulting working for a variety of industries including, oil and gas, mining, petrochemical and utilities.

After deciding to leave consulting, Fiona has spent the last three years working for the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) in a number of different roles.

Fiona is currently Project Delivery Manager for Victoria, managing a team of engineers to enable the delivery of maintenance and upgrade track and civil, signalling and structural projects on ARTC’s networks. 


Joel Diamond, MIEAust CPEng NER, WSP

Joel is a Project Manager and the Team Lead for the Graduates, Interns and Cadets in the Melbourne Rail Team at WSP.

After graduating from Monash University with a double degree in Civil Engineering and Commerce, he has developed project management expertise on dozens of projects around Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, and Brunei.

As Design Area Manager on the Gawler Rail Electrification Project in Adelaide, Joel provides technical management and undertakes all coordination so that integrated WSP designs are submitted in accordance with the technical, quality and safety scope requirements.

During his time on the Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project, Joel assumed several roles including, Project Design Coordinator, Key Stakeholder Coordinator, Substations Design Coordinator as well as Engineer/Coordinator for Combined Service Route (CSR), Overhead Wiring and Platform Extensions.

As a Chartered Engineer in the field of Project Management, Joel has a demonstrated ability to coordinate the delivery of a project in terms of its technical scope well as its financial management. This combined with his strong communication and people management skills, has proven him to be an effective manager and leader.

Stacey Daniel, FIEAust CPEng NER

Stacey is a Fellow of Engineers Australia, Chartered Professional Engineer and registrant on the National Engineering Register, in the areas of practice of Environmental and Leadership & Management.

She has worked across many landscapes from regional to metropolitan, from arid to the alpine and coast, fulfilling industry, government, consulting and volunteer roles. She has extensive experience in the corporate and community sectors working with multi-national companies, State and Federal government departments, local government, community groups and small business. 

Stacey is a Registered Assessor for Engineers Australia's Chartered program, assessing applications from engineers across Australia and those working overseas.  She is also looking forward to presenting about future opportunities for engineers at the upcoming World Engineers Convention international conference.

01 / 07 / 2019 - 05:30 pm to 08:00 pm
Registration Closes
30 / 06 / 2019 05:00 pm
Engineers Australia Victoria Division
Level 31, 600 Bourke Street
  • Member Rate: $0.00 ($0.00 excl. GST)
  • Non-Member Rate: $25.00 ($22.73 excl. GST)
Event Contact
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    Engineers Australia Membership Growth Team
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