1. Call for Nominations - Tasmanian Chapter Committee

The Asset Management Council is seeking  four volunteers to serve in the organising chapter committee for the Tasmanian Chapter: Vice-Chair, Secretary and General Committee (2), reporting to current Chapter Chair, Clint McDonald.

Role of Vice- Chair
The Chapter Vice-Chairperson is elected for a two-year term and may be re-elected for successive terms. The duties and responsibilities of the Vice-Chapter Chair include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Perform the duties of the Chapter Chair in case of their absence;
  • Manage activities of committees that report to the Chapter Chair;
  • Assume primary responsibility for education programs, including coordination of Chapter events such as meetings, technical sessions, seminars and conferences; and
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by the Chapter Chair.

Role of Secretary
The Chapter Secretary is elected for a two-year term and may be re-elected for successive terms. The duties and responsibilities of the Secretary include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Prepare, publish, and maintain all Chapter meeting minutes;
  • Establish & maintain communication flow between Chapter Committee and Corporate office;
  • Liaise with Corporate office to send member communications as needed


Role of General Committee
Committee members are elected for a one-year term and may be re-elected for successive terms. The duties and responsibilities of the Committee include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Assist in program design and implementation
  • Assist in promotion of events in networks
  • Welcome new members at face-to-face chapter events
  • Attend and participate in committee meetings of the chapter (generally monthly)
  • Support the existing office bearers in their roles

These are volunteer positions with no remuneration attached, the incumbents need to be able to demonstrate they have capacity to devote some time to the position beyond their daily employed position, and must be a current Asset Management Council member.

Please note, putting forward your expression of interest does not guarantee you a position in the committee.


Nominations are to be submitted on the approved nominations form, available for download here and are to be returned to heidi.robinson@amcouncil.com.au by 13th August 2021.

Download your nomination form here


 

2. Expressions of Interest sought - Canberra Chapter Committee

The Asset Management Council is seeking volunteers to serve in the organising committee for the Canberra Chapter.

Role of Chapter Chair
The Chapter Chair is elected for a two-year term and may be re-elected for successive terms.
The duties and responsibilities of the Chapter Chair include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Represent the chapter as main point of contact between the Chapter and the Asset Management Council, through attendance at Exchange Meeting weekends and other Asset Management Council meetings and relaying information from the Asset Management Council back to the Chapter Committee and Members;
  • Preside at all meetings of the Chapter Committee; and,
  • Establish Chapter goals and targets based on input from the other officers and Committee members; and contribute to the development and implementation of the Chapter Network Strategic Program and to the strategic planning process of the Asset Management Council.

Role of Vice- Chair
The Chapter Vice-Chairperson is elected for a two-year term and may be re-elected for successive
terms. The duties and responsibilities of the Vice-Chapter Chair include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Perform the duties of the Chapter Chair in case of their absence;
  • Manage activities of committees that report to the Chapter Chair;
  • Assume primary responsibility for education programs, including coordination of Chapter events such as meetings, technical sessions, seminars and conferences; and
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by the Chapter Chair.

Role of Secretary
The Chapter Secretary is elected for a two-year term and may be re-elected for successive terms. The duties and responsibilities of the Secretary include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Prepare, publish, and maintain all Chapter meeting minutes;
  • Establish & maintain communication flow between Chapter Committee and Corporate office;
  • Liaise with Corporate office to send member communications as needed


Role of General Committee
Committee members are elected for a one-year term and may be re-elected for successive terms. The duties and responsibilities of the Committee include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Assist in program design and implementation
  • Assist in promotion of events in networks
  • Welcome new members at face-to-face chapter events
  • Attend and participate in committee meetings of the chapter (generally monthly)
  • Support the existing office bearers in their roles

These are volunteer positions with no remuneration attached, the incumbents need to be able to demonstrate they have capacity to devote some time to the position beyond their daily employed position, and must be a current Asset Management Council member.

Please note, putting forward your expression of interest does not guarantee you a position in the committee.

Applications close COB 6 August 2021. To apply for one of the above roles within the Chapter Committee, click below and fill out a few simple details:

Register your interest here


 

3. Expressions of Interest sought for Power SIG Committee

The Asset Management Council is seeking volunteers to serve in the organising committee for the AMCouncil Power in Asset Management (PiAM) special interest group (SIG).

There are 5 roles available Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary and general committee members (two).

Role of Chair

  • Represent the SIG as main point of contact between the SIG, Chapter Chairs and AMCouncil Corporate Office
  • Presides over meetings of the SIG National Committee
  • Contributes to the Strategic Planning process of the Asset Management Council on an annual basis
  • Prepares an annual technical program that supports the goals of AMCouncil and goals and targets as set out in the Terms of Reference (ToR) of the SIG
  • Prepares an annual budget to support the technical program and submits to AMCouncil corporate office for approval
  • Reports to CEO on activities of the SIG on a quarterly basis
  • Liaise with Corporate office staff

Role of Vice-Chair

  • Perform duties of Chair in case of absence
  • Support and manage activities detailed in the annual technical program
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by the SIG National Chair

Role of Secretary

  • Records actions from meetings
  • Liaises between SIG and corporate office to organise and schedule events and communications

Role of General Committee (2)

  • Support Chair and Vice-chair in meeting established SIG goals and annual technical program
  • Support and manage activities detailed in the annual technical program
  • Influence groups activities through networks
  • Recruit members and create interest in SIG activities and mission

As these are volunteer positions with no remuneration attached, the incumbents need to be able to demonstrate they have capacity to devote some time to the position beyond their daily employed position (meetings approximately every 2 months or as required), and must be a current Asset Management Council member.

Please note, putting forward your expression of interest does not guarantee you a position in the committee.

TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE POWER IN ASSET MANAGEMENT SPECIAL INTEREST AVAILABLE BY CLICKING HERE.

Applications close 30 July 2021. To apply for one of the above roles within the SIG, click below and fill out a few simple details:

Register your interest here


 

4. Call for Webinar Presenters - AM Landscape Insights series

Geared around six GFMAM Landscape areas, the series will take place weekly (every Tuesday at 1pm Melbourne time) over six months, with each month dedicated to a particular asset management area:

  • May - Strategy & Planning
  • June - Decision Making
  • July - Asset Information
  • August - Organisation & People
  • September - Risk and Review
  • October - Life Cycle Delivery

We are seeking experts in each of the above areas to present in lunchtime webinar sessions. Do you have a good story to share that fits within any of these topics? It might be theory, a case study, an example of success, a learning journey... Help us bring asset management theory to life!

What's involved for you as a presenter? Webinar sessions will be held for a duration of 30 minutes (20 minute presentation, plus 10 minute question/answer session) on Tuesdays at 1pm Melbourne time.

This is a great opportunity for to share and showcase the work and learnings you or your organisation have been undertaking in the asset management space.

Interested? Fill out a short form with your details, choice of subject area/s and an abstract of no more than 250 words outlining the content of your proposed presentation if you would like to be considered. 

Submit your abstract here