$86,308 a year
In this role, you will support the Port of Seattle’s (Port) Maritime Environment & Sustainability Department’s (ME&S) efforts to reduce maritime building energy use, and maritime air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions and help the Port’s evaluate new environmental opportunities. You will manage and lead the Port’s maritime building energy program, including implementation of the Port’s energy conservation, building electrification, and renewable energy strategies, and be responsible for compliance tasks. Your work will involve collecting, analyzing, and managing data to inform maritime environmental projects, programs, policy, and investments. You will also work across Port departments and with other agencies to advance the Port’s environmental goals, maintain compliance with all energy requirements, support environmental communications, and capture grants that support the Port’s work.
Two years of experience may be substituted for one year of education: