The conventional energy sources are petroleum, coal and natural gas. Alternative-energy sources are solar, wind, water and geothermal energy. Development of these energy sources will help ensure America’s leadership and create a more secure energy future.
The Conventional and Alternative energy chair will lead a work group to EED members education, training, and networking opportunities specifically relating to the quality of production, safety, risk management, environmental protection and related topics as it applies to the conventional and alternative energy industry. The chair will actively grow the membership base and increase the “brand recognition” of the EED, conventional and alternative energy committee in the conventional and alternative energy industry. The chair will provide the ASQ EED perspective for quality-related documents prepared for the conventional and alternative energy industry.
If you are interested in becoming the chair of this committees, please send your resume to Jarrod Suire, past Chair and Chair Elect of the Energy and Environmental Division (EED) at email@example.com and current EED Communication Chair Abhijit Sengupta at firstname.lastname@example.org. EED members participating in “Environmental Technical Committees” areas coordinate and provide direction in applying the quality management principles and related education services to all business sectors engaged in addressing environmental concerns and programs. The following are descriptions of two open positions.
Sustainability Committee Chair
The mission of the Sustainability Committee is to provide its members with knowledge and tools that will enable them to be leaders in their organizations and their industries with regard to the strategic The mission of the Sustainability Committee is to provide its members with knowledge integration of quality and sustainability. Quality professionals are well suited to provide skills and expertise, including leading change, continual process improvement, lean principles and analytical skills all of which are needed to improve sustainability performance. In addition, energy and environmental professionals are located in industries that are at the center of high-visibility sustainability issues and can therefore provide leadership that benefits their organizations and society at large.
Environmental Management Committee Chair
The Environmental Management Committee participates in the U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to ISO Technical Committee 207 on Environmental Management which develops international consensus standards pertaining to environmental management systems (EMS), EMS auditing, environmental performance evaluation (EPE), environmental labeling (EL), life cycle assessment (LOCA), and greenhouse gases (GHG). Members participate in meetings to discuss issues important to U.S. interests, and provide input to official U.S. TAG matters such as ballots on international environmental standards. The committee provides updates to EED members at past EED conferences on
Pertinent changes to ISO environmental standards (e.g., ISO-14001, ISO 14031, and others). In particular, EED has provided a key leadership role in the development of the ISO standard on auditing management systems, ISO-19011.
Members make work plan presentations on committee activities at scheduled EED council meetings. Present accomplishments at EED sponsored webinars and other ASQ conferences as well as conferences and workshops by other organizations.
Oil & Gas Committee, Energy & Environmental Division, ASQ
- Provide to EED members education, training, and networking opportunities specifically relating to the quality of production, safety, risk management, environmental protection and related topics as it applies to the oil and gas industry.
- Actively grow the membership base and increase the “brand recognition” of the EED, Oil & Gas Committee in the Oil & Gas industry.
- Provide the ASQ EED perspective for quality-related documents prepared for the oil and gas industry.
- To the extent legally permissible, provide to EED members copies of quality-related standards, protocols, good practices similar documents originated by the COS and API Subcommittee 18.
- Within budget limitations, attend live and teleconference meetings and submit suggestions and comments to the COS and the API Subcommittee 18 relative to the development and maintenance of quality-related standards, protocols, good practices similar documents.
- For conferences in which EED participates, provide speakers from the oil and gas industry.
- Without the expenditure of any out-of-pocket cost, offer to EED members free and for-fee webinars and for-fee seminars on quality-related topics as they apply to the oil and gas industry.
If you are interested in becoming the chair of one of this committees, Send your resume with a three sentence brief to Jarrod Suire, past Chair and Chair Elect of the Energy and Environmental Division (EED) at email@example.com and current chair of this committee Benjamin Marguglio <ben@HighTechnologySeminars.com> Student Intern
Do you want an ever expanding space of learning from mentors leading the way in the energy and environmental domain? Volunteer to complement your formal learning with practical partnering in:
- Programs and Learning
- EED Standards
- Communications and Newsletter
- My ASQ
- Body of Knowledge
Excited about making a difference to your career; passionate about Quality 4.0 and determined to leave your unique mark on future generations by leveraging technology to transform energy and environmental impacts in a connected world?
Send your resume with a three sentence brief to Jarrod Suire, past Chair and Chair Elect of the Energy and Environmental Division (EED) at firstname.lastname@example.org and Abhijit Sengupta, Communications Chair at email@example.com for consideration. Member Leader Position-Body of Knowledge
Work with Division leadership committee to determine, maintain, and leverage division Body of Knowledge for refreshed content, events, and programs that will add value to members.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
- Work with the division leadership committee to set goals/metrics to support the division's management process as they relate to the Body of Knowledge (BoK).
- Communicate/report to division leadership committee activities performed, status of performance against goals/metrics set.
- Solicit content from community authors, webinar/event speakers.
- Work with division leadership committee, committee, and sub-committee chairs, if applicable, to provide/receive appropriate content for consumer need.
- Work with newsletter editor and the myASQ website coordinator to publish/socialize updates.
- Attend division leadership committee and general membership meetings to collect and analyze feedback from attendees for content enhancement.
- Be a Full, Senior, or Fellow ASQ member in good standing and associated with the relevant division.
- Strong organization, communication, delegation, and negotiation skills.
- Preferably will have understanding of needs assessment tools.
- Preferably will have some digital platform analytics experience.
Average three hours per month (outside division & executive committee meetings).
The following resources can be found on www.asq.org. (Login required).
- ASQ Bylaws, Policies, and Procedures.
- Member Leader Community of Practice.