Snowmobile Trail Advisory Council (SnowTRAC) Vacancies
Anchorage, AK) - The Division of Parks and Outdoors Recreation (DPOR) would like to invite interested parties to apply for multiple seats on the Snowmobile Trail Advisory Council (SnowTRAC). Currently there are four (4) terms set to expire March 1, 2011 in the following areas: Anchorage (1 seat), Mat-Su/Glennallen (1 seat), Kenai/Prince William Sound/Valdez (1 seat), and Western Alaska (1 seat). Please note that if there are no qualified applicants to replace current Board members for the mentioned areas, they may be nominated and selected to retain their seats for an additional term.
Duties of board members include assisting the Division by providing a broad spectrum of citizen input on evaluating grant proposals and making funding recommendations for the Snowmobile Trails Program. Additionally, board members may advise the Division on establishing a statewide snowmobile safety and trail grooming program, on designating a statewide snowmobile trail system, on pursuing funding sources to enhance snowmobiling, and on improving public awareness of SnowTRAC and its goals.
DPOR is seeking commitment from individuals with special knowledge, experience, and interest in snowmobile recreation and grant-funded programs. Once appointed, each position shall last for a term of three years. If you would like to be considered for appointment on SnowTRAC, please submit a letter of interest that describes your professional background and recreational snowmobile interests. A current resume is required and replaces the need for completing an application.
All resumes and letters of interest should be submitted to Bill Luck, the State Trails Coordinator, via email at email@example.com, or standard mail at 550 W. 7th Avenue, Suite 1380, Anchorage, AK 99501. Faxed materials can be sent to 907-269-8907. For additional information regarding SnowTRAC or the Snowmobile Trails Program, Bill can be reached via email or by phone at 907-269-8699.
Recruitment will continue until seats are filled by qualified applicants that will be approved by the Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation Director, Ben Ellis.