02. Liaison with government departments and press, and attending all functions within Government House as well
as all public functions and ceremonies and on occasion representing the Governor of Tasmania.
Throughout my tenure as Aide-de-Camp to Sir James we traveled to a multitude of official functions
covering about 33,000 kilometres within Tasmania.
03. Led and managed a two-person team.
01. Overall responsibility for all electrical and mechanical engineering activities within the unit 1st Watercraft Workshop.
02. Senior engineer for mechanical design, maintenance and modification planning for all Army watercraft and associated electrical
and mechanical equipment, and human resources management.
03. Financial management (budget AUD3.2M-2019).
04. Led and managed a forty-person team.
01. Overall responsibility for all electrical and mechanical engineering activities within the unit 101st Field Workshop.
02. Duties included engineering design, maintenance and modification planning for the field repair of electrical and mechanical
assets within the Brigade.
03. Led and managed a thirty-five-person team.
01. Full-time Royal Military-Duntroon College Staff Cadet, and full-time student in
Engineering (Mechanical) at University of New South Wales Faculty of Military Studies.
02. Graduated December 1981 as an Australian Army Officer, Royal Military College-Duntroon Graduate #2888.
03. Graduated from University of New South Wales Faculty of Military Studies in Engineering December 1982.
Commission and Service Certificate
1990 - Awarded by Assistant Chief of General Staff - Personnel.
Date of Separation: 14 January 1990
Date of Entry: 19 January 1978