Leading an advocacy group that represents 2,026 WSU employees is not how Brigitta Jozefowski imagined her job.
PULLMAN, Wash. – The newly elected leadership team for the Administrative Professional Advisory Council (APAC) at Washington State University will be inaugurated at the annual retreat on June 16 in Pullman.
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;
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The Administrative Professional Advisory Council (APAC) held a reception Thursday, May 8, 2008 to honor the recipients of the 2008 Administrative Professional Contribution Awards. This award recognizes WSU administrative professional (AP) individuals who have contributed beyond their expected or required performance in their area/unit, for the university and the community by making a unique difference and/or their efforts have had a far reaching impact.
This year two APs were honored out of the 11 nominations received from across the WSU system. They were Sandra (Sandi) Brabb, Assistant Director for the Department of Veterinary and Comparative Anatomy, Pharmacology and Physiology, College of Veterinary Medicine nominated by … » More …
The Administrative/Professional Advisory Council is currently accepting applications for new council member positions that will be appointed to three-year terms. Appointments begin July 1, 2007. The applications are on and submitted through the APAC web site: www.apac.wsu.edu. The application deadline is April 30, 2007. APAC encourages all A/Ps to apply.The council serves in an advisory capacity to the administration on issues that may affect Administrative/Professional employees, and other university-wide issues. If you have questions, contact any of the current APAC council members. Current council member information is available on the APAC web site.
“Getting What You Want: Negotiation Nuance, Tactics and Strategem for Professional and Daily Life” is the title of a presentation to be held Monday, July 10, and sponsored by the Administrative Professional Advisory Council and the Work Life Advisory Committee.Negotiation is an everyday occurrence in the workplace and at home, including issues from job assignments and duties, salary raises, negotiating contracts, purchasing equipment, to purchasing cars or even a child’s allowance. In all cases, negotiation skills are a necessity. This presentation will address topics like:* Do you have to be a born negotiator or can it be a learned skill? * What elements make up … » More …