Rohan Webb has been the State Secretary of the Queensland and Northern Territory Branch since 2012. He worked as a Fitter and Turner at Golden Circle before coming on board as an Organiser over 20 years ago. Rohan is passionate about creating a better life for working people and their families.
Ann-Marie Allan has worked in the union movement for over forty years, starting her career as a stenographer with the union. Ann-Marie enjoys working with delegates and believes that members are the true lifeblood of our union.
Occupational Health and Safety Officer
Brian Devlin was a primary school teacher for 18 years prior to working in the union movement. Brian is heavily involved in workplace health and safety advocacy and education. Brian knows that many workplaces are still dangerous and will fight to make sure that safety is a top priority no matter where you work.
Assistant State Secretary – Print
Assistant State Secretary – Vehicle
Steve started his apprenticeship as a Moulder at Vickers Ruwolt (now Bradken) in 1977. He also worked at Mt Isa mines, before continuing in his trade and taking on a delegate role in 1997. Workplace health and safety as well as awareness of chemicals, dust and dangerous conditions are high on his agenda.
Marion came to the union movement following a long and successful career in pharmacy. As a mother of four, Marion believes strongly in creating a better future for families through job creation and fair conditions at work.
Ricky was an apprentice Mechanical fitter and completed his apprenticeship with the Metal Industry Apprenticeship scheme. Ricky joined the national office of the AMWU as a national officer with MISTAS in October 2006 after spending 11 years with Queensland Rail.
Jason joins the AMWU with 18 years organising experience, operating out of our Mackay Regional Office. He is dedicated to organising to build power for working people throughout the Mackay and Bowen Basin region.
Northern Territory Organiser
Scott Stanford began his career as an aircraft maintenance engineer in 1988. He worked for Ansett at the time of its collapse and knows just how tough it can be to face redundancy while raising a young family. Scott believes that every worker deserves respect and dignity in the workplace.