*** Job Seekers ***

PNWIS posts resumes of environmental professionals and new graduates seeking employment in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, upon request. Please send your resume in PDF form, a short "headline" describing yourself, and contact information. If you would like, feel free to request an interview with PNWIS leadership to discuss the A&WMA and career prospects and networking opportunities in our region -- PNWIS will opt to highlight your strengths and goals in a short summary of our interview on your resume post!

Please send request to PNWIS@PNWIS.ORG (and cc Jay McAlpine at jdmac6@gmail.com)

There is no cost or fee, although we may encourage membership in A&WMA -- this is a courtesy service of PNWIS.

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* Job posting (industry, gov., academia, etc.)?
* Job seekers with a resume to post?

Send us your request, with information and documents (in PDF form) to:  PNWIS@PNWIS.ORG (cc Jay McAlpine at jdmac6@gmail.com)

(there is no cost or fee to post job openings or stories relevant to PNWIS — this is a courtesy service of PNWIS to our membership)

60th Annual Conference of PNWIS

Conference website now live! (click image)

Welcome from PNWIS President, Amy Peccia

Welcome to the Pacific Northwest International Section (PNWIS) of the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA). Our goal is to be a world-leading environmental professional organization that offers an open-forum for the exchange of ideas and opportunities to network within our professional communities.

Our section proudly serves Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington USA and British Columbia, Canada with eight chapters throughout the region. We are proud of the energy and dedication of our members that makes us one of the most active (and fun!) sections of A&WMA.

Whether you are a student, young professional, or a seasoned expert, we’d love to see you at our meetings, events, and annual conference! Please consider joining a chapter and getting involved!

Our Mission

PNWIS is a catalyst for environmental leadership by providing a neutral forum for discussion, education, and networking on technical issues relating to environmental management in the U.S., Pacific Northwest, and Western Canada.

The Mission of A&WMA is to assist in the professional development and critical environmental decision-making of our members to benefit society.

The core Purpose of A&WMA is to improve environmental knowledge and decisions by providing a neutral forum for exchanging information.

Join A&WMA

A&WMA provides programs and activities designed and conducted by environmental professionals for environmental professionals.

Membership in A&WMA provides access to a worldwide network of individuals from industry, government, and the consulting, research, academic, and legal communities who engage in the exchange of technical and managerial information.

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