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The demand for project management skills continues to grow across a range of industries, and professionals are building lucrative and rewarding careers.
For nearly 50 years, the AIPM has been driving project management across Australia.
The AIPM Board of Directors is responsible for the overall corporate governance of the AIPM. Its powers are referred to in the AIPM’s constitution. The objectives and responsibilities of the board are set out in the board charter, which is regularly reviewed by the board. The adoption of any proposed changes to the constitution is subject to the approval of the membership at a general meeting.
The board of directors of the company shall comprise not less than three and not more than seven directors as follows:
The objectives of the board are to determine and to monitor:
The Board is the Australian Institute of Project Management’s governing body. The board also forms short-term working groups to oversee key strategic issues, as needs arise.
Find out more about our organisation and explore how we’re performing. Access our most recent annual general meeting and historical annual reports.
The AIPM is committed to providing quality services to its members and recognises the value of complaints as an important tool in monitoring member satisfaction. Our policy is to deal with all complaints in a professional and timely manner.
The AIPM will work with both the complainant/s and respondent/s to establish a resolution that is fair to all parties and accurately reflects AIPM’s codes and guidelines. To lodge a complaint, access our complaints policy for instructions.
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The AIPM has a strong commitment to diversity and seeks to promote an inclusive culture where people are encouraged to succeed to the best of their ability.
We recognise that diversity contributes to business success and encompasses acceptance and respect. It is an understanding that each individual is unique, including recognition of our individual differences in our journey to becoming a diverse and inclusive institute.
These differences can include gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical abilities, family status, religious beliefs, perspective, experience, or other ideologies.
As a volunteer with the AIPM, you will contribute to shaping the project management profession in Australia and will have the opportunity to build your profile and your network, and showcase your leadership skills. Reporting the the Chapter President, roles in the council are:
In return for your contribution, volunteering with the AIPM would give you the chance to:
If you are uncertain about the time commitment or tasks, please speak with your Chapter President or members of your local chapter council.
To be eligible to nominate for this position, you must demonstrate the following:
The AIPM encourages applications from members from a wide range of backgrounds, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical abilities, and family status.
Under our constitution only members (excluding student members) who have a paid membership are eligible to apply. If you do not have a paid membership, we encourage you to renew to have your voice heard during this election process. You can log on to your AIPM account on our website and renew your membership or contact us for more information.
If you are interested in applying, please send an email to your Chapter President with your cover letter, resume and the position you are applying for, detailing why you would be the best fit. We will be conducting interviews with shortlisted candidates through November and roles will be appointed for terms of up to three years, effective from 1 January.
Come and become part of a team of dedicated professionals who are proud to support our not-for-profit organisation and drive the project management profession forward across Australia.