The Structural College Committee of Engineers Australia (QLD branch) is seeking engineers to join it. The committee would like to further extend its size and diversify its representation across consulting, public sector, corporations/companies as well as tertiary education students and academia.
The Structural College Board plays a key role in contributing to the development of knowledge, education and maintenance of engineering professional standards and the professional well-being of the engineering community. We are an elected volunteer body representing the Engineers Australia membership base that practices or has an interest in the Structural Engineering discipline.
The purpose of the group is to provide a forum for the members of EA within structural areas of practice to interact through CPD activities which the committee organises, which include technical presentations, site visits and other networking events. In this regard, committee members are expected to work together to deliver a series of professional development events with the support of Engineers Australia. The committee also provides a forum to discuss industry trends, challenges and opportunities, identify areas that impact specifically on the engineering profession and lead the development of Engineers Australia’s position in response.
The committee generally meets every second month on the first Thursday (first committee meeting for 2020 – 6 February from 5:30 to 6:30pm ) with its membership on a rolling-basis (to remain on the committee members need to have a sustained and effective role, which includes regular participation at meetings).
All eligible applicants are invited to submit their expressions of interest by 5:00pm on Thursday 30 January 2020 using the form here.
Nominees need to be members of EA and presently active within the engineering profession. Any questions on the committee can be directed to the Structural Committee Chair, Contact details are available through their webpage here.
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