ITRC is seeking applicants for the ITRC Board of Advisors Public and Tribal Stakeholder Representative position, which is open for a three-year term beginning in January 2020. The position is part of the eight-member voting ITRC Board of Advisors that is responsible for leadership management and strategic direction, in conjunction with the ITRC Director and ITRC Liaisons. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply according to the process described in this announcement.

This Stakeholder Representative position represents the perspectives of local communities and Native American, Hawaiian, and Inuit People on environmental issues that may be affecting their communities. The Stakeholder Representative is active in environmental and/or community advocacy activities. Please review the attached file for more information, or contact Kathy Owens (kowens@eicap.org, 208-521-3696), the current ITRC Stakeholder Representative.

If you are interested in this position, please apply by providing ITRC with a one-page resume and a one-page statement of interest. The resume should list the nature of applicant's current employment, a brief employment history, and contact information for the applicant's supervisor. The statement-of-interest should detail the applicant's goals for the Board of Advisors position and ITRC in general. Applicants for this position will be asked to interview with the ITRC Co-Chairs and Director.

These materials should be submitted electronically to Patricia Reyes, ITRC Director, (preyes@ecos.org, 202-266-4933). Each applicant will be acknowledged by the end of the next business day after receipt of application. Incomplete applications or applications not meeting the requirements listed here will not be accepted and will be returned electronically. ITRC will confirm applicant's eligibility for the position with the applicant's employer prior to appointment.

(October 15, 2019)