AIMPE Election notices
(updated 31 10 18)
South Australia Branch 2018-19 elections
A ballot is required and is currently being conducted for the South Australia Branch positions of:
Branch President (1);
Branch Treasurer (1); and
Ordinary Member of Federal Council (1).
West Australia Branch 2018-19 elections
A ballot is required and is currently being conducted for the West Australia Branch position of:
Branch Secretary (1).
Newcastle Branch 2018 elections
A ballot is required and is currently being conducted for the Newcastle Branch positions of:
Branch Treasurer; and
Ordinary Member of Federal Council (2).
Victoria/Tasmania Branch 2018 elections
A ballot is required and is currently being conducted for the Victoria/Tasmania Branch positions of:
Branch Treasurer; and
Federal Council Member (2).
Post Election Reports
Members are advised that after each election conducted by the Australian Electoral Commission, AIMPE receives a post election report on the conduct of the election.
A copy of each post election report may be obtained from AIMPE.
Contact your Branch Secretary or the Federal Secretary email@example.com
Federal Executive 2018 elections
(updated 21 08 18)
The Australian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers Election of Federal Executive E2017/275 was conducted by a Returning Officer from the Australian Electoral Commission at the Federal Council in Newcastle on Monday 18th June 2018.
The Declaration of Results can be found following the link below:
declaration_of_results.pdf (231.66 KB Thu Jun 28 10:39:57 2018)
Post_Election_Report_-_AIMPE__E2017-_275.pdf (166.71 KB Tue Aug 21 18:25:05 2018)
Queensland Branch Election 2018
Branch President (1)
Declaration of Results is here: Qld Branch President election (35.99 KB)
Election Notice is here: Qld election president (85.00 KB)
*Nomination Form is available here: Nomination Form Qld Election (243.49 KB)
*Please note nominations open Tuesday 13 March 2018
West Australia Branch 2018 elections(27 04 18)
This election is complete, the results are here:
The Australian Electoral Commission has issued a post-election report.
A copy of the post election report can be found here:
E2017.235_AIMPE_WA_Branch_Scheduled_Election_-_Post_Election_Report.pdf (391.83 KB Fri Apr 27 15:19:50 2018)
AIMPE is required to respond to the post election report and is preparing a response.
A copy of the AIMPE response, which has been sent to the AEC, can be found here:
AIMPE_response_to_Post_election_Report_re_WA_Branch_election_27_04_18__DOC300418.pdf (62.70 KB Tue May 1 09:03:05 2018)
Federal Executive 2017 elections
(updated 20 06 17)
The Australian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers Election of Federal Executive E2016/294
Officials from the
Australian Electoral Commission[l.]
conducted the annual elections
for positions on the
AIMPE Federal Executive
Declaration of Results for Uncontested Offices
Below are the results of the election for the following offices, conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009 and the rules of the organisation.
Candidates SNEE, Terry
Vice President (3)
Candidates MACLUCAS, Derek TOOHEY, Peter WOOLLEY, Montgomery
Candidates BYRNE, Martin
Senior Vice - President
Candidates TOOHEY, Peter
As the number of nominations accepted did not exceed the number of positions to be filled, I declare the above candidates elected.
Noopur Madan Returning Officer 14 June 2017
To see the Declaration please follow this link:
Declaration_of_Results_for_uncontested_offices_-_E2016-294.pdf (23.78 KB Tue Jun 20 10:23:50 2017)
NSW District 2017 elections
(21 11 17)
A ballot is required and is currently being conducted for the District Executive positions of;
Vice President; and
As this election is for the NSW District it is not conducted by the Australian Electoral Commission.
Instead it will be conducted by an independent Returning Officer approved by the Industrial Commission of NSW.
Here is a copy of the Election Notice for the NSW District elections:
AIMPE2017Notice.pdf (27.51 KB Tue Nov 21 09:04:03 2017)
If a ballot for any position is required, eligible members of the District will get a ballot paper in the post.
The NSW District includes all of NSW and the ACT so financial members of the Sydney and Newcastle Branches are all members of the NSW District.
Sydney Branch 2017 elections
(17 10 17)
The Returning Officer from the Australian Electoral Commission has issued the Declaration of Results of th election for Sydney Branch Executive positions and for Ordinary Members of Federan Council.
The Declaration can be found here:
Declaration_of_Result_AIMPE_E2017-81.pdf (81.81 KB Tue Oct 17 11:40:00 2017)
After each election the Returning Officer is also required to issue a Post Election Report.
Once the Post Election Report is received it will be uploaded to this section of the website.
(24 08 17)
All Sydney Branch positions are due to come up for re-election in the second half of 2017.
The Branch has had detailed correspondence with the Fair Work Commission [prior to the establishment of the Registered Organisations Commission on 1st May 2017] about the problem of having the current terms of office expire on three different dates.
The Fair Work Commission strongly recommended that only one election process should be conducted and that this would bring the dates all back into alignment.
This was accepted by all current office holders.
The FWC then appointed the Australian Electoral Commission to conduct the elections.
The positions to be elected are as follows:
Ordinary Members of Federal Council (2)
The Election Notice was published in the May 2017 edition of On Watch.
Victoria Tasmania Branch 2017 Elections
(updated 26 09 17)
The Australian Electoral Commission has provided a Post Election Report regarding the recent election for the position of Branch President for the Victoria Tasmania Branch.
The Post Election Report can be found here:
E2017-138_AIMPE_Post_Election__Report.pdf (296.38 KB Tue Sep 26 17:11:42 2017)
AIMPE is required to provide a response to the Post Election Report and will do so in due course.
Below is an extract from the AEC's Post Election Report where the AEC identifies a rule that it feels
was difficult to interpret or apply. (Uploaded 27 09 17)