AP Advisory Council invites applications

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council (APAC) invites applications from interested Administrative Professional (AP) personnel to fill vacancies on the Council.
Openings are for 5 council positions to each serve a three (3) year term beginning July 1, 2009.  Applications will be accepted from February 27 – March 27, 2009.

The purpose of the Administrative Professional Advisory Council is to serve as a liaison between the administrative professional (AP) employees and central administration and to effectively communicate important issues.
Objectives of the APAC are: 
• Serve in an advisory capacity regarding AP issues;
• Represent the interests of AP employees;
• Provide a forum where AP employees may discuss University-related issues of mutual interest; and
• Disseminate information between AP staff and Administration.
The Council meets for an hour and a half once a month with the opportunity to serve on subcommittees which may require additional time.
We encourage Administrative Professional employees interested in serving on the council to complete an application form at the APAC web site, www.apac.wsu.edu/
For further information, please feel free to contact Gayle Anderson at anderson53@wsu.edu or 335-8344 or any council member.  A complete membership roster is available on the APAC web site. Applications are due by 5:00pm March 27, 2009.

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