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Volunteer to serve on Sound Transit Citizen Oversight panel


Status: Open
Company: Sound Transit
Location: North King County, Seattle, USA
Date posted: August 2018

The Sound Transit Citizen Oversight Panel (COP) currently has one opening for north King County. Sound Transit relies on the oversight and expertise of this dedicated and independent group of volunteers and encourages citizens to apply.

The COP was created in 1997 to independently monitor Sound Transit and make sure it meets its commitments to build and operate a regional bus, light rail and commuter rail transit system. Its 15 members represent a variety of interests, professional expertise and experience.

Responsibilities will include:
The panel meets twice monthly during normal business hours and acts as an independent oversight entity by digging into agency details, asking hard questions, and reporting its findings to the Sound Transit Board of Directors.

Qualifications / requirements:

  • Be a registered voter within the Sound Transit District and reside and/or work in north King County.
  • Have experience/skills in one or more areas related to the panel's responsibilities: business management; engineering; financial management; public facilities and services; large projects construction management; government processes; and public policy development or review.
  • Be able to attend meetings twice each month during normal business hours.

Copies of all applications and resumes will be provided to the Sound Transit Board for its review. The Board's Executive Committee will review and recommend candidates. The Board of Directors will confirm the appointments.

Sound Transit actively seeks to include persons from diverse backgrounds and professional areas of expertise to support agency oversight, planning and operations. Persons of color and women are encouraged to apply.

To Apply:
Submit a completed application form

and a resume to
Dave Somers
Sound Transit Board Chair
401 South Jackson Street
Seattle WA 98104-2826