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AIG Council Nominations

The Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) is the leading professional institute representing geoscientists employed in all sectors of industry, education, research and government throughout Australia. AIG is a not for profit organisation, run by members for members, which aims to advance the skills, status and public perception of more than 2,600 members both within Australia and overseas.

The AIG is dependent on the time and contributions of generous members prepared to serve on Council and give back to their profession. The geoscience profession is confronted with many challenges including declining university enrolments, poor community perceptions of the minerals industry, threats of increasing government oversight and regulation, highly cyclical and unreliable work patterns, and technology rapidly changing the nature of work and the skills required to be successful. Now more than ever the AIG needs energetic members prepared to serve on Council and ensure that your association has access to the most talented geoscientists with the capability to steer the organisation into the future.

AIG Councillors are expected to attend Council meetings (approximately 90 minutes every ~6 weeks), and contribute time and energy to the effective running of your organisation. Councillors are the legal custodians of the AIG, with the responsibilities and obligations of company directors, to effectively steward your organisation consistent with Australian laws and regulations.

Please consider whether you or any of your peers are ready to nominate for AIG Council and give back to your profession. For more information and a nomination form, please click here.