Engineers Ireland is governed by a Council of members and an Executive board. The organisation is governed by the provisions of its Bye-laws and Code of Ethics which are implemented by the Council, Executive Board and Executive Officers.
Engineers Ireland is governed by the provisions of its Bye-laws and Code of Ethics which are implemented by its Council of Members and its Executive Board.
Student members of Engineers Ireland are expected to engage in a high standard of scientific education and training.
Engineers Ireland does not sell, rent or lease its member lists to any third party. If Engineers Ireland shares your personal information with a third party, we will only do so with your consent.
Given the nature of engineering and construction projects it is not unusual for disputes to arise.
Our Bye-Laws are the rules that govern our organisation and our members, in accordance with our Charter and the Acts of the Oireachtas of 1960.
Students can find out how to participate in committees, discover their local branches, engineering divisions and societies, by exploring the Engineers Ireland Sector Handbook.
At Engineers Ireland, our aim is to promote engineers, engineering and the profession while responding to the changing needs of our customers.
Student members of Engineers Ireland should be aware that the society’s membership regulations set out the competencies that are required for membership.
Becoming a member of Engineers Ireland is an important step in your career.
Engineers Ireland facilitates several committees throughout Ireland.
If you would like to join or find someone you can review details here or search for a member.
Read page four of our governance document
Engineers Ireland publishes some of the most interesting case studies from ongoing engineering endeavours.
The Engineers Ireland Benevolent Fund provides much needed financial assistance to engineers in need and their families.