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The BC Water & Waste Association (BCWWA) has a full-time employment opportunity for a Member Engagement Coordinator. The Member and Engagement Coordinator is a main point of contact for BC Water & Waste Association (BCWWA) volunteers and members and is responsible for supporting and growing the Association’s technical committees, communities of practice, and other member engagement activities.
The BC Water and Waste Association is pleased to announce the results of the 2019 Student Design Competition (SDC):
Are you looking to make a meaningful difference with an organization committed to protecting public health and the environment? Are you an exceptional marketing and communication strategist who takes pride in producing compelling, factually accurate communication pieces and that thrives on engaging communities of environmental professionals?
In early 2017, the BCWWA joined a working group to provide feedback on the key issues the water sector faces in complying with Part 9 of the WorkSafe BC (WSBC) regulations regarding confined spaces. The group was comprised of a wide cross-section of the water sector, including representatives from the BC Municipal Safety Association (BCMSA), municipalities, consulting firms, contractors, and the federal government.
Are you seeking opportunities to make a meaningful difference with an organization committed to protecting public health and the environment? Are you an experienced education professional with an applied understanding of adult learning and instructional design in an industry or employer setting? Do you love engaging in the education development process? We are looking for the right individual to take our education programs to the next level.
The BC Water for People (WFP) Committee is hosting its annual Silent Auction at the conference on May 26 and 27.
In 2017, Health Canada released a document for public consultation on lead in drinking water that proposes reducing the maximum acceptable concentration from 0.01 mg/L to 0.005 mg/L. The BCWWA’s Drinking Water Technical Advisory Committee drafted a response to the proposed changes and the updated Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality are expected to be released this spring.
Back for its third year, the Operator Continuing Education (CEU) Day was created specifically for operators and features programming in four main specialties, along with opportunities for knowledge sharing and networking.
Do you know someone with valuable skills and experience that could help lead the BCWWA?