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Recruitments for Boards and Commissions

Throughout the year, AWC recruits applicants for various boards, committees, and commissions.

The following recruitment is open:


 

Capital Projects Advisory Review Board

State Board of Health

The Governor’s Office is seeking a representative of the Association of Washington Cities to serve on the State Board of Health. If you are interesting in applying, please read the application instructions below.

The State Board of Health may advise the secretary on health policy issues pertaining to the department of health and the state, and provide a forum for the development of public health policy.

For more information on the State Board of Health click here

Law Enforcement Officers’ and Fire Fighters’ Plan 2 Retirement Board

The Governor’s Office is seeking an employer representative of the Association of Washington Cities to serve on the Law Enforcement Officers’ and Fire Fighters’ Plan 2 Retirement Board (LEOFF 2). If you are interesting in applying, please read the application instructions below.

The LEOFF 2 Board studies pension issues and serves in a fiduciary capacity of the LEOFF Plan 2 Retirement, and sets contribution rates. The Board also recommends pension policy to the Legislature in the interest of the members and beneficiaries of LEOFF Plan 2.

For more information on the LEOFF Plan 2 Board click here.

Capital Projects Advisory Review Board

The Governor’s Office is seeking a representative of a Washington City to serve on the Capital Projects Advisory Review Board. If you are interesting in applying, please read the application instructions below.

The Capital Projects Advisory Review Board was created in 2005 to review alternative public works contracting procedures and provide guidance to state policymakers on ways to further enhance the quality, efficiency and accountability of public works contracting methods.

For more information on the Capital Projects Advisory Review Board click here.

Public Works Board

The Governor’s Office is seeking a City Councilmember of a Washington City to serve on the Public Works Board. If you are interesting in applying, please read the application instructions below.

The Public Works Board provides financial and technical assistance to Washington communities for critical public health, safety, and environmental infrastructure that supports community and economic vitality. The Board administers four programs with the Public Works Trust Fund, the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program, and the Water System Acquisition and Rehabilitation Program.

For more information on the Public Works Board click here.

Office of Public Defense Advisory Committee

The Governor’s Office is seeking a City Representative nominated by AWC to serve on the Office of Public Defense (OPD) Advisory Committee.  If you are interesting in applying, please read the application instructions below.

The OPD Advisory Committee was established by the Legislature in 1996 to help guide OPD in its mission to implement the constitutional and statutory guarantees of counsel. In 2008 the Legislature added a position for a city representative. Like other OPD Advisory Committee members, the AWC appointee may not currently serve as a judge, court employee, prosecutor, prosecutor employee, or public defender.

For more information on the OPD Advisory Committee click here.

Governor’s Board application process (two steps)

AWC’s Board of Directors will review materials at its June 2017 meeting and submit recommendations for consideration.  If you are interested:

  1. Prepare a letter of interest and resume directed to AWC President James A. Restucci and mail to AWC staff, Luann Hopkins, 1076 Franklin St SE, Olympia, WA 98501, or email to luannh@awcnet.org no later than June 1, 2017, and
  2. Complete the Governor’s Boards and Commissions requirements. This application is sent directly to the Governor’s Office and it will not be part of the materials reviewed by the AWC Board of Directors. Therefore it is important your letter of interest and resume provide details important for this position. Application for Gubernatorial Appointment

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