Engineers Australia Elections

Learn about our elections process and get information about upcoming elections.

Division Committees and College Boards

Requirements and Process

Following the close of nominations on 27 July, eligible Division Committee and College Board candidates will be contacted by the Returning Officer to advise whether the relevant election is to be held and which vacancies will be filled uncontested.

The entire process in regard to the vacant director positions is now the responsibility of the Board Nominations Committee.

OPENS: 9.00AM AEST MONDAY 3 SEPTEMBER 2018


CLOSES: 5.00PM AEST FRIDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 2018

Before voting opens on Division Committee and College Board elections, candidate statements and photos will be placed on the Engineers Australia Elections website to give visibility to the elections and so that voters know who the candidates are.

For positions where no election is required and where the candidates are automatically elected, candidate statements and photos will also be uploaded to the website to profile the elected office bearers.

The voting process for Division Committee and College Board elections will be administered exclusively by BoardRoom Pty Limited.

Voting instructions will be emailed to the preferred email address of all eligible members or posted to those eligible members who do not have a valid email address.

Division Committee and College Board election outcomes are provided directly to the Returning Officer by BoardRoom Pty Limited. The Returning Officer then declares election results and notifies candidates of the results. Election results are also announced at Division annual meetings.

Board Director outcomes will be declared at National Congress in Melbourne on 20 November 2018.

For more information about the Election process please email: [email protected].

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