The Water Supply Citizens Advisory Committee (WSCAC) to the Massachusetts Water Resource Authority is seeking a Professional Engineer (PE) licensed in Massachusetts for membership.
Professional Engineers with a background in water related projects preferred.
WSCAC is an independent forum for discussion of water supply issues that affect the MWRA and its member communities. The committee also provides public input to the Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Division of Water Supply Protection on watershed issues and state water policy concerns.
WSCAC is searching for PE members to offer expertise on the reviewing of MWRA water infrastructure projects.
WSCAC meets on the second Tuesday of the month from 10:00 am -12:00 pm at the MWRA facilities in Southborough. No meetings are scheduled in July, August or December.
ACTION REQUESTED: If you are applying, forward your resume in Word, with full home and work contact information on it, to Abbie Goodman, email@example.com by June 3, 2016.
Note: If your resume does not have full home (and work, if employed) contact information at the top of the document and is not in Word, we will be unable to forward it to the WSCAC Executive Director.
Background on the Water Supply Citizens Adivsory Committee: Link
WSCAC’s duties include:
For more information, visit WSCAC's website.
Title: Member, Water Supply Citizens Advisory Committee
Reports to: WSCAC Executive Director, Chair and committee members
Purpose: Attend a minimum of 7 meetings, discuss and vote on recommendations to the MWRA and the Division of Water Supply Protection
Term: 2 years with an opportunity for re-appointment for another 2 year term
WSCAC reimburses for mileage and other transit fares associated with meetings.