AfMA Committee Member Positions

About AfMA

The Australasian Fleet Management Association (AfMA) is a member based, not-for-profit peak industry body throughout Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.

AfMA’s membership base is represented across all industries including Federal, State and Local Government and is responsible for the management of many hundreds of thousands fleet vehicles.

Our charter is to promote Fleet Management as a profession in its own right, to provide knowledge, information and resources to our Members and to lobby and advocate on behalf of the fleet industry.

AfMA embraces the entire spectrum of the fleet industry by forging an inclusive relationship within the automotive industry, including manufacturers, importers, distributors and other suppliers.

What We Do:

  • Promote Fleet Management as a profession in its own right
  • Provide knowledge, information and resources to our Members
  • Lobby and advocate on behalf of the fleet industry

Objective of the Committee

  • The chapter committee has a responsibility to engage with corporate and supplier members within their state
  • Be representative of the many industries AfMA members belong to such as private organisations, local/state government, utilities, fleet management organisations and emergency services etc
  • Act as a conduit of information between current members, potential members and the national office
  • Formulate and assist implementing strategies to grow AfMA’s brand and corporate membership base

Committee Member Obligations & Responsibilities

  • The role of the chapter committee is to assist with the organisation and promotion of the state Professional Development Forums
  • Assist in setting the program and sourcing engaging speakers for the Professional Development Forums
  • Promote the Professional Development Forums
  • Attract new members through active participation
  • Chapter committee members are expected to attend all state based Professional Development Forms (if unable to attend due to unforeseen circumstances, the committee member must inform the chapter chair)
  • Be available to man the registration desk at Professional Development Forums to welcome new members and introducing them to the other members of the committee and to their fellow members at events
  • Provide professional opinions on issues of state and national importance
  • Keep the National Office informed of issues they feel are affecting fleet management in their state or nationally
  • Network at professional development forums to assist growing AfMA’s membership
  • MC the Professional Development Forum in the absence of the chapter chair
  • Attend the National Strategy meeting held prior to the Conference and Exhibition each year


Ideally be working in fleet management as either a fleet manager, a consultant within the fleet industry or as a senior person within a supplier member following 10 years of fleet industry experience unless otherwise mutually agreed between the chapter chair and the Executive Director. Note: A committee member’s organisation must be a member of AfMA to be eligible


You will need to complete an Expression of Interest form or email the Committee Chair in your state to Nominees who meet the criteria will be invited to meet with the state Chapter Chair and AfMA Executive Director, Mace Hartley for an informal discussion. Successful candidate will be notified by the Chair within 5 days from receiving the initial expression of interest form.

Please note: Expressions of interest for these roles are not a guarantee of shortlisting.

Lodge your Expression of Interest