Women in Resources and Manufacturing Awards 2022

Women in Resources and Manufacturing Tasmania Awards 2021 Wrap Up 6

About the Awards…

The Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council (TMEC) are partnering with AusIMM Women in Mining Network Tasmania (WIMnet) for the 9th year in hosting the Women in Resources and Manufacturing Tasmania Awards 2022.

The Women in Resources and Manufacturing Tasmania Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of women and inclusion and diversity champions across Tasmania’s resources and manufacturing sectors.

The Awards are an important part of changing the paradigm which is held by many in the community regarding the opportunities for women to flourish in the industry sectors represented by TMEC. The Awards provide the opportunity to hear the voices of our female employees who are vital contributors to the industry and at the same time encourage other women to follow in their footsteps. Tasmanian award winners proceed to national events in resources and manufacturing later in the year.

Representatives from Tasmania have taken out national awards on a number of occasions, proving yet again Tasmania punches above its weight.

2022 Event Key Dates

Launch Event: 17 February 2022
Award Entries Open: 17 February 2022
Award Entries Close: 11 April 2022
Judging: 12-22 April 2022
Judges Teleconference: Week of 26-29 April 2022
Awards Ceremony: 19 May 2022


Awards Ceremony

Thursday, 19th May 2022, 12.00 – 2.00 PM
Hotel Grand Chancellor, 29 Cameron Street, Launceston
Light lunch with tea and coffee provided.

Enquiries: Alison Hilder 0439 033 421
RSVP by Friday 13 May 2022


Finalists Announced!


Here’s how to Enter!

Downloadable selection criteria for each category:

Exceptional Young Woman in Tasmanian Resources

Exceptional Woman in Tasmanian Resources

Exceptional Woman in Tasmanian Manufacturing

Excellence in Company Programs and Performance in Tasmanian Resources

Outstanding Tradeswoman / Operator / Technician in Tasmanian Resources

Inclusion and Diversity Champion in Tasmanian Resources

Contact Details

All enquiries should be directed to Alison Hilder, finance(at)tmec.com.au or 0439 033 421.

How to Enter

From the 17th of February 2022, all entries must be lodged online through the awards portal (button just below). You will have to register an account on the awards portal, commence your entry and save it after each page. 

All Entrants are required to provide:

  • A headshot photo. This photo should be a JPEG, minimum size 1MB and maximum size 5MB. Entrants are also encouraged to provide a medium or wide shot of themselves in their workplace.
  • A curriculumvitae.

Entrants may provide additional material to support their entry (e.g., video links, links to reports/publications, links to advertising material etc.)

All material should be uploaded via the awards portal as follows:

  • A maximum of five files/links per entry may be uploaded.
  • The maximum file size for uploading is 5MB per piece.
  • Website URL links can be uploaded instead of a file.
  • Website URLs must be accessible – please provide active usernames and passwords if required.
  • Judges will review the award criteria to the word count for each criteria in the entry fields. Therefore, please adhere strictly to the word count limits.
  • Complete your entry and submit it for judging. You will receive an email notification when your entry has been completed.

Eligibility

  • The Women in Resources and Manufacturing Tasmania Awards 2022 are open to those working within the Tasmanian resources and manufacturing sectors.
  • Entrants must be willing to participate in awards-related publicity organised by the Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy  Council.

Judging

  • Judging will be undertaken by a panel of industry experts. All decisions are final.
  • An award may not be presented in a category if the circumstances warrant it.
  • All personal and commercially sensitive information will be treated in confidence.

Privacy Statement

  • The collection of the entrant’s personal information is necessary for the purposes of the Women in Resources and Manufacturing Tasmania Awards 2022.
  • Personal information will be used by the Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Council to assess entries and to contact entrants.
  • All award entries become and remain the property of the Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Council.
  • The Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Council may use the information collected from award entries in promotional materials, including in the media. By submitting an entry, you agree to publication of information in the entry.
  • Any information marked as personal or commercial-in-confidence will not be published.