AIH announces a Call for Nominations for its Board of Directors

The organization seeks candidates for three open positions. Nominations are due March 1, 2024.

  1. Director of Academic Affairs
  2. Director of Communications
  3. Director of International Affairs
The terms for each position will begin as soon as elected. The term of the elected position is for four years.
 AIH invites and encourages its members to consider applying for these positions. You may nominate yourself or another eligible member.  Learn more about the materials needed to submit a nomination under each description below.

AIH appreciates your interest. If you have any questions, please contact the AIH Board Office at (540) 500-1933 or admin@aihydrology.org.
Director of Academic Affairs

Candidate Eligibility:
In order to be eligible for this position, the candidate must be an AIH member in good standing, and must be either a P.H. or a Hydrologic Technician Level III.

Responsibilities:
The Director of Academic Affairs position is responsible for the certification program of the institute, reviews committee membership and examination goals, establishes and maintains a network of examiners, and oversees student membership

Director of Communications

Candidate Eligibility:
In order to be eligible for this position, the candidate must be an AIH member in good standing, and must be either a P.H. or a Hydrologic Technician Level III.

Responsibilities: 
The Director of Communications shall have general responsibility for the certification program of the Institute; oversee student membership; and, in coordination with the Director of Institute Development, establish collaborative relationships with academic institutions to support the mission of the Institute.

Director of International Affairs

Candidate Eligibility:
In order to be eligible for this position, the candidate must be an AIH member in good standing, and must be either a P.H. or a Hydrologic Technician Level III.

Responsibilities:
The Director of International Affairs shall promote the Institute internationally through collaboration with organizations supporting the mission of the Institute, represent international members of the Institute, and assist in the planning for international activities.