Career Conversations Tasmania - June

The Career Conversations series, presented by Young Engineers Australia - Tasmania, allows guests to engage with a prominent engineer in online group mentoring sessions.

The Career Conversations series, presented by Young Engineers Australia - Tasmania, allows guests to engage with a prominent engineer in online small-group mentoring sessions.

With a different mentor attending each session, speakers will provide personal experience and insight into their career pathway, inspirations and other topics such as communication, leadership or overcoming professional challenges. This is an exclusive opportunity to get a first-hand account of some inspirational stories and career advice from an industry leader.

Small groups of a maximum of ten attendees will allow guests to interact with the session mentor, ask plenty of questions and look towards their own careers.


Session Topic

Approaching your performance review and understanding management expectations


Mike Green FIEAust CPEng EngExec NER. Since receiving BE (hons) and M Eng Sc degrees from the University of Tasmania Mike has worked in the Electricity Supply Industry for more than 40 years.

His initial career was with the Hydro Electric Corporation with roles covering power scheme planning, power station design, electricity infrastructure construction, transmission planning and project feasibility studies and justification.

He was heavily involved in the formation of the Australian National Electricity Market and the reform of the Tasmanian electricity supply industry during the 1990s, and during that time he was involved in electricity market design, economic regulation of transmission, and development of energy policy.

Since its formation in 1998 Mike was a foundation executive of Transend Networks, then Tasmanian’s electricity transmission business. He managed Transend’s interests in successfully connecting Basslink, a 400kV high voltage direct current under sea link between Tasmania and Victoria, in April 2006.

Mike was heavily involved at government level with Tasmania’s entry into the National Electricity Market in May 2005, and since 2007 Mike has been an independent consultant providing advice within the Electricity Supply Industry to generators, customers, network companies and regulators.

Mike has a keen interest in furthering engineering education and professional development and was the 2008 Tasmanian Division president of Engineers Australia and past board member of the Australian Power Institute.


Please note: These online events are for Tasmanian members only. Events are are currently scheduled for the 3nd Thursday of every month from May to November. A different speaker will attend each event, with speakers to be announced closer to each session. Guests will be emailed Webinar details prior to the event.

18 / 06 / 2020 - 05:30 pm to 06:30 pm
Registration Closes
18 / 06 / 2020 05:00 pm
Webinar available
  • EA Member Rate: $0.00 ($0.00 excl. GST)
  • Student Member Rate: $0.00 ($0.00 excl. GST)
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