Throughout the year, the AWC Board of Directors is asked to recommend candidates for certain boards and commissions.
The following recruitments are open.
AWC is looking for elected officials to serve on the 2017 AWC Nominating Committee. The Nominating Committee recruits, interviews and selects a list of potential candidates for election to the AWC Board of Directors at AWC’s Annual Conference in June. Serving on the Committee is a significant and appreciated contribution to AWC.
According to AWC Bylaws, the Committee is comprised of between seven to eleven members, split between east and west of the Cascades, based on proportionate incorporated population with no more than two members from a Board district.
Committee members must meet a few qualifications:
AWC scheduled these 2017 Nominating Committee meetings. If you are appointed, you will be expected to attend these meetings:
AWC reimburses Committee members for travel, lodging and meal expenses incurred for attending the meetings of the Committee.
If you would like to be considered for a position on the Nominating Committee, please email Michelle Catlin at firstname.lastname@example.org or Luann Hopkins at email@example.com call 360-753-4137 by Friday, January 20, 2017.
For additional information about the AWC Board of Directors and Nominating Committee, click here.
The Governor’s office is seeking nominations for the Sentencing Guidelines Commission. If you are interested in applying, please read and follow the application instructions below.
The Sentencing Guidelines Commission seeks to fill an elected city government representative position. The Sentencing Guidelines Commission promotes accountability and equity through evaluating state sentencing policy for both the adult criminal justice system and the juvenile justice system. The Commission also recommends standard sentences for felony offenses, studies sentencing practices across the state, studies the criminal code, and makes recommendations for modification.
Sentencing Guidelines Commission membership: RCW 9.94A.860
Governor’s Board application process (two steps):
AWC’s Board of Directors will review materials at its February 2017 meeting and submit recommendations for consideration. If you are interested:
AWC Board of Directors
Employee Benefit Trust
Risk Management Service Agency
Workers Comp Retro
Drug & Alcohol Consortium
AWC Annual Conference
City Action Days
Healthy Worksite Summit
Labor Relations Institute
Partner with AWC
Center for Quality Communities
Municipal Research and Services Center
National League of Cities