The Wastewater Advisory Committee to the MWRA is seeking a Professional Engineer licensed in Massachusetts and living in Massachusetts for membership on the WAC.
Preference for Professional Engineers with a background in water (civil) or energy technology, but will consider resumes Professional Engineers in other disciplines such as electrical or mechanical.
The Wastewater Advisory Committee (WAC) is an independent forum for discussion of wastewater issues that affect MWRA and its member communities. WAC needs PE members, licensed in MA, who do not have conflicts of interest to apply for appointment by the MWRA Board. The WAC meets on the first Friday of the month from 10:30am -12:30pm except in July, August and December. Meetings are usually at the MAPC offices, 60 Temple Place, Boston, near Downtown Crossing. If you are interested in applying, please see below for details:
ACTION REQUESTED: If you are applying, forward your resume in Word, with full home and work contact information on it, to Abbie Goodman, firstname.lastname@example.org by March 31, 2017.
Note: If your resume does not have full home (and work, if employed) contact information at the top of the document and does not come in Word, we will be unable to forward it to the Wastewater Advisory Committee’s Executive Director.
Background on the Wastewater Advisory Committee
WAC’s duties include:
Advise MWRA on wastewater planning
Increase citizen participation and education. Review programs and explain plans & policies to residents.
Comment on new NPDES (National Pollution Discharge Elimination System) permits and other draft regulations that affect wastewater.
More information: http://www.mwra.state.ma.us/monthly/wac/wac.htm
WAC reimburses for member parking or transit fare used to attend meetings or tours.
Obligations of WAC: