CSA Global is pleased to announce Patrick Maher, Manager – Eastern Australia, has been elected as one of seven councillors as confirmed at the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) Annual General Meeting in Perth, Western Australia on 18th May 2016.
Commenting on the announcement Patrick said: “I am extremely honoured to be elected as a member of the AIG Council and I look forward to working with the geoscientist community in Australia and abroad.”
CSA Global’s Managing Director, Jeff Elliott congratulated Patrick on his appointment and stated: “On behalf of the many geoscientists in CSA Global, I pass on my congratulations to Patrick Maher for putting his hand up to help represent our industry. For those who have worked with Patrick, they will surely agree with me that he will be a wonderful addition to the AIG Council due to his positive nature, enthusiasm for our industry, his integrity and work ethic. We are very proud of our history with AIG and we look forward to continued involvement and support of this very important organisation.”
AIG is the leading professional institute for geoscientists throughout Australia, and is a not for profit organisation which aims to advance skills, status and public perception of its members nationally and overseas. The responsibilities of council members include, the management of high-level national affairs, membership, ethics and standards, and AIG registration.
The first meeting of the newly elected AIG Council Committee is scheduled for mid-June 2016, with a face to face meeting to be held in Perth, Western Australia.
About CSA Global
CSA Global is a geological, mining and management company with over 30 years’ experience in the mining industry. CSA Global provides multi-displicinary services to resources industry clients worldwide from offices in Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, South Africa, Russia, United Kingdom, and Canada.
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Manager – Eastern Australia