2021 expressions of interest

Shape the future of engineering. 

Volunteer on an Engineers Australia committee. 

Engineers Australia is seeking expressions of interest for office bearer positions for the 2022–23 term (1 January 2022 to 31 December 2023).

Expressions of interest will be run in two phases.

  • Phase one: Saturday 21 August to Friday 3 September
  • Phase two: Saturday 9 October to Friday 22 October

Explore the available opportunities and selection criteria and find information on how to nominate via the pages below. 

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Phase one

Expressions of interest are open from 9.00 am AEST Saturday 21 August until 5.00 pm AEST Friday 3 September. Any EOIs received after this time will be ineligible and will not be considered.

Looking for opportunities by location? View our quick reference table​​​ (94 KB PDF).

Phase two

Expressions of interest for the following will open on Monday 11 October.

  • Structural College – College Board and Branch Committees
  • Electrical College – College Board and Branch Committees
  • ITEE College – College Board and Branch Committees
  • Mechanical College – College Board and Branch Committees
  • Biomedical College – College Board and Branch Committees
  • Civil College – Branch Committees
  • Chemical College – Branch Committees
  • College of Leadership and Management – Branch Committees 
  • Environmental College – College Board
  • Regional Groups


More information

All Engineers Australia volunteers are bound by Engineers Australia’s Regulations and Policies, including the Office Bearer Code of Conduct.



Any questions regarding the EOI process can be sent to [email protected].


Frequently asked questions 

We encourage members to review all opportunities available and select the one that is most suited, however if a member wishes to nominate for more than one position, the maximum number is three. The member must also put in individual EOIs for each position.

Yes, if you are nominating for more than one position you will need to lodge a separate EOI form for each one.

The eligibility details for each College Board/Committee are included within the EOI information or the Terms of Reference for that committee.

You must be a member of Engineers Australia to nominate.

No, this is a self-nomination process only.

No, your nomination will be ineligible and not considered.

No, you must submit both your short-form CV and a one page or less candidate statement to be eligible.

Each College Board/Committee is different, however a two to three hour a week commitment would be reasonably expected. 

Candidates can expect an outcome of the EOI process five to six weeks weeks after the closing date.