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Contact the Tasmania branch to see what membership can do for you.


Call Us

0438 931 164


C/O Enterprize Tasmania

Level 5, 24 Davey St

Hobart, TAS 7000


Enterprize Hobart

Level 5, 24 Davey Street

Hobart, TAS



There are numerous benefits to becoming an ACS member. These include:

  • map your career development through the mySFIA skill assessment tool
  • develop and update your ICT skills and knowledge
  • event networking with peers and possible future employers
  • access to a library of 44,500 digital learning assets

If you would like further information or have any questions regarding ACS membership, please e-mail [email protected] or call on 0438 931 164 for personalised advice. 

Alternatively, you can click here to join as a member today OR if you want a chat about how membership can benefit you? Email the Tasmanian office to make an appointment today on [email protected]

Upcoming Events

ACS Tasmania strives to provide its members with a variety of informative events that focus on professional and career development, advancing industry insights and delivering frontline news on emerging technologies. Our events also provide a platform for our members to meet and network with fellow ICT professionals.

Visit the ACS Events page for further information.

Women in ICT Pathways

Do you know a woman who is interested in a career in ICT but doesn’t know where to start? The Australian Computer Society (ACS)Tasmania, in partnership with TasTAFE has developed an exciting new scholarship program that will provide students with industry experience and professional contacts that will see students continue on a lifelong learning trajectory to pursue rewarding ICT careers and to become advocates of pathways for women themselves.

Over 12 months, three days a week female participants will gain technical skills and knowledge, along with having access to:

  • Mentoring
  • Workplace visits
  • Industry guest speakers.

This program is ideal for school leavers, Tafe Sudents, women looking to return to the workforce, or looking for a career change.

This program is supported by the Tasmanian Department of State Growth. Contact or further information contact [email protected]

TAS Branch Fellows

An ACS Fellow (FACS) has made a distinguished contribution to the field of Information and Communications Technology in Australia and is a member of the professional division of the ACS.

For further information on Fellow nomination please contact:
[email protected]



TAS State Manager

Branch Executives

Mr Ray Leonard MACS CP


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Mr Jonathan McComb MACS (Snr) CP

Honorary Treasurer

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Mrs Jacky Hartnett FACS CP

Honorary Secretary

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Mr Brendan Charles MACS (Snr)

BEC Member

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Mr Shaun Hevey MACS CP

BEC Member 

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Ms Louise Mills MACS

BEC Member

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Dr Kenneth Price MACS (Snr) CP

BEC Member

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Ms Tristan Richards AACS

BEC Member

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