ASCA seeking board and committee members
The Australian Smart Communities Association (ASCA) is seeking expressions of interest for volunteer board and committee members to fill a variety of roles.
Two members are being sought to join the board, with high regard being given to those with skills in the following fields:
- Data science and analysis
- Sustainability and environment
- Planning, design and development
- AI, machine learning and AVs
- Infrastructure and utilities
Members are also being sought for several working groups, which tackle issues concerning city and community management, sustainability, energy and waste, transport, education, health and social services.
ASCA is also looking for experts for ‘Communities of Knowledge’ who can be called upon to assist via email, surveys or phone calls to provide feedback, data or examples on areas of policy.
The roles are open to ASCA members and partners only. Expressions of interest must be received by Friday, 29 June 2018.
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