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TIB Seeking to Fill Board Postion for the Private Sector
7/20/2017 - Letters of interest are due by July 31st
The Washington State Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) is seeking a qualified person to fill an expired position on the Board representing the private sector. The term of the position sought expires June 30, 2020, and may be appointed to continue on the Board for an additional four-year term. Qualifications for the private sector representative include a citizen with business, management and transportation related experience and is active in a business community-based transportation organization.

The TIB is a state agency directed by a 21-member board made up of city, county, state, port, and transit officials. The primary purpose of the TIB is to administer grant funding for local government transportation projects. The board meets five times per year at various locations throughout the state. Board members receive reimbursement for travel expenses.

Additional information about the TIB can be obtained by browsing the TIB website at www.tib.wa.gov or by calling Executive Director, Ashley Probart at (360) 586-1140.

Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest and a resume no later than Monday, July 31 to Ashley Probart, Executive Director, Washington State Transportation Improvement Board, P.O. Box 40901, Olympia WA 98504-0901.

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