Water Industry Alliance Change of Leadership

The Water Industry Alliance Board recently announced that current Chief Executive Officer Andy Roberts would be taking up another opportunity within the industry.  David Evans has been appointed the Interim CEO pending the appointment of a permanent CEO after a competitive selection process.

The WIA Board noted its confidence that the transition process is progressing smoothly and that the delivery of all of the benefits to members and the WIA’s support and fulfilment of its partnerships are continuing with the same energy and commitment as always.

In commencing a full, open and public recruitment process for the permanent Chief Executive Officer role, an advertisement was placed in the Advertiser on Saturday 9th April – please click here to access the advertisement and to submit an application please click here .  Please note, any enquiries should be directed to Stilwell Management on (08) 8212 0999.

David will be commencing in the role as Interim CEO on Monday 16th May, ensuring that the WIA continues to maintain its programs and relationships.  David joined the Alliance in August 2015 as the Cluster Facilitator for the WIA Smart Specialisation Clusters WaRDA and MAR Hub.  He brings with him a wealth of experience in the water industry, having worked for the past several years with a South Australian manufacturer in the sector.

Andy will be joining WIA member Micromet in mid May, with a charter to manage rapid growth in what promises to be another South Australian industry success story.

To see the initial announcement on the WIA’s Change of Leadership click click here .

Water Industry Alliance and Australian Water Association put a new twist on national water policy


The Australian Water Association (the Association) and the Water Industry Alliance (WIA) have teamed up to bring the South Australian water sector a one-of-its kind water policy event enabling you to directly shape water policy in South Australia.

To be held on the 28 April 2016, the South Australian Water Policy Dialogue will build on the Association’s 2015 Water Policy Summit – an annual event which brings together the top 150 influential water industry leaders to discuss the future of water policy in Australia. 

See the below video to learn more about this exciting event and new platform or to see more information on the event click here for the event flyer and program, or here to register.

Policy Dialogue 2016

Smart Specialisation Clusters

The South Australian water industry has a number of areas where it has excelled and is now one of the global leaders. Some of these areas have been identified and specialisation groups have been formed to foster the continued leadership of the technologies and the companies, government departments and research & training institutions that drive them forward.

The WIA facilitates two globally leading smart specialisation groups, MAR Hub and WaRDA, cluster groups who hold expertise in managed aquifer recharge and wastewater for regional and decentralised applications.

For further information on MAR Hub and WaRDA, please click here  .
                     

SARMS-IIIP Capability Listing

The Water Industry Alliance has opened to all companies the opportunity to register their capabilities for inclusion in the Irrigation Capability Irrigation Industry Service Provider Directory. All the details both of how to access the service provider directory and how to submit your company's capabilities are available here .

Upcoming Events

May Members Night
5:15pm, Tuesday 17th May
SA Water Learning Centre, 
250 Victoria Sq, Adelaide

June Members Night
5:15pm, Tuesday 21 June
SA Water Learning Centre, 
250 Victoria Sq, Adelaide

WIA Smart Water Awards
11.30am - 2.30pm, Friday 15th July 2016
Adelaide Convention Centre











  

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