Open Positions

Loop® Biosolids Program Manager
[August 15, 2017]

King County, Department of Natural Resources & Parks - Wastewater Treatment Division
Location: King Street Center - 201 S Jackson St, Seattle, Washington
Position: Open until filled.

Position Description:
The Department of Natural Resources and Parks is seeking a highly qualified and motivated candidate to manage the Loop® Biosolids Program within the Wastewater Treatment Division's Stewardship and Sustainable Resources (SSR) Section. This position is represented by the Technical Employees Association and reports to the Stewardship and Sustainable Resources Section Manager.

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Project Engineer - Wastewater/Sewer Collection Systems
[July 28, 2017]

Lakehaven Water & Sewer District
Location: Federal Way, WA.
Posting Dates: July 24 - August 15, 2017

Position Description:
This position is responsible for the coordination, administration, planning, review and development of engineering designs, plans, and specifications of assigned public works projects relating to both wastewater treatment and sewer collection systems and operations. Additional responsibilities include overseeing the activities associated with new wastewater treatment and sewer service projects for the District. Click here for more information.

Does this sound like the job for you? Visit our website at www.lakehaven.org for the position description and application.


Wastewater Capital Project Manager III (Biosolids Program)
[July 19, 2017]

King County Department of Natural Resources & Parks - Wastewater Treatment Division
Location:
Seattle, WA
Posting Dates: July 19, 2017 - August 6, 2017

Position Description:
This position consists of overseeing biosolids applications and managing the associated scope, schedule, and budget. Because of the environmental and operational complexity of this project, the forestry project manager maintains a regular presence on site to provide guidance and inspect work of contractors. A second focus for this position is to research, develop, permit, and implement soil restoration/reclamation projects.

This project manager will coordinate with many organizations and individuals including landowners and their field personnel, regulators, contractors and their personnel, WTD dewatering staff, Environmental Lab field specialists, neighbors, and representatives of environmental or conservation groups.

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Business Development Administrator  
[July 14, 2017]

NutirGrow
Location: Chilliwack, BC

Position Description:
As the ‘Heart of the Business’ the Business Development Administrator’s principal role is to ensure the efficient, effective and accurate flow and communication of financial information (accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll), customer information and logistics information for the NutriGrow line of business.  This individual maintains close communication with all stakeholders to ensure financial, sales, customer service and inventory requirements are satisfied.  This role ensures processes are followed and items completed in NutriGrow’s various software applications on an ongoing basis and as per accounting cycle deadlines and customer requirements. The Business Development Administrator will also be responsible for front line customer service (answering phones etc..), office management and general office duties.

Click here for additional information. Please send resumes to:  Lisa Savage, Director of People Systems:  lsavage@arrow.ca


Field Operations Maintenance Person
[July 13, 2017]

Lakehaven Water & Sewer District
Location: Federal Way
Position: Open until filled.

Position Description:
Employees in the Field Operations Department perform field data collection, maintenance, and construction work throughout the water and wastewater facilities of the District.  Routine duties include meter reading, building maintenance, operating and maintaining valves/pumps in sewer pumping stations, sewer pipe cleaning, installation and repair of water lines and hydrants using backhoes and hydro excavators, flagging, and erosion control work.  Position placement and pay is dependent upon experience and qualifications. 

Does this sound like the job for you?  Visit our website at http://www.lakehaven.org/154/Employment for the position descriptions and application.  (Note: please identify which Maintenance Person position you are applying for on your application – MPI, MPII, or MPIII.) 


Safety Manager
[July 13, 2017]

Lakehaven Water & Sewer District
Location: Federal Way
Posting Dates: July 12, 2017 - August 1, 2017

Position Description:
Lakehaven Water and Sewer District is seeking an experienced Safety Manager who can evaluate the safety protocols necessary for a variety of job sites and working conditions common to our line of work.  The position is responsible for developing, coordinating, and directing all of the health and safety related programs for the District on a daily basis, ensuring that all department work goals and objectives are accomplished in accordance with appropriate safety standards and pursuant to local, state, and federal regulations.  The ideal candidate would have an adept ability to identify hazards in the work place and assess risk.  The candidate would have excellent writing skills to derive and document safety procedures essential for a productive workforce in the water and wastewater industry.  They would also have a positive and persuasive communication styles to train all levels of staff in order to foster safe work habits. Click here for more information.

Does this sound like the job for you?  Visit our website at http://www.lakehaven.org/154/Employment for the position description and application.   


Project Engineer –Wastewater/Sewer Collection Systems 
[June 16, 2017]

Lakehaven Water & Sewer District
Location: Federal Way, WA
Posting Dates: June 16 - July 10, 2017

Position Description:
This position is responsible for the coordination, administration, planning, review and development of engineering designs, plans, and specifications of assigned public works projects relating to both wastewater treatment and sewer collection systems and operations.  Additional responsibilities include overseeing the activities associated with new wastewater treatment and sewer service projects for the

Does this sound like the job for you?  Visit our website at www.lakehaven.org for the position description and application.   


EPA / SEE Tribal Solid Waste Liaison Position
[June 14, 2017]

National Asian Pacific Center on Aging
Location: Seattle, WA, Portland, OR, or Boise ID
Position: Open until filled.

Position Description:
Do you want a position traveling throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho to support tribes on solid and hazardous waste management? Are you 55 years or older? The National Asian Pacific Center on Aging is recruiting a Tribal Solid Waste Liaison to support the Environmental Protection Agency in their work with tribal nations to improve waste management across the region. 

If you have waste management experience and are interested in working with tribes, please apply! For more information on the position including application instructions, please visit: http://napca.org/employment-opportunities/see/seeepa-jobs/

The application requires a cover letter and resume sent to Lois Kohashi-Sinclair at lois@napca.org. Any questions, please contact Lois Kohashi-Sinclair.
Lois Kohashi-Sinclair, Project Director
Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program, National Asian Pacific Center on Aging (NAPCA) 
1511 Third Avenue, Suite 914, Seattle, WA 98101-1626
Phone: 206-838-8163 or 800-336-2722 / Fax: 206-624-1023


Business Development Manager
[May 24, 2017]

Lystek International Inc.
Location: Western US and Province of British Columbia, Canada

Position Description
Lystek International is a rapidly expanding, proven market leader in the provision of advanced management solutions for biosolids & organics.  To help power our growth, we are presently accepting resumes for a Business Development Manager, serving the western US and Province of British Columbia, Canada.  The Business Development Manager is responsible for developing new business opportunities with public sector agencies including Counties, Municipalities and WWTP Special Districts responsible for biosolids management. Additional responsibilities will include assisting in the development of our growing capabilities to provide organics processing solutions. The incumbent will manage an existing opportunity base and develop ongoing relationships with a targeted set of prospects within the biosolids and organics arenas. 

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Recycling & Compost Coordinator, Woodland Park Zoo
[May 22, 2017]

Location: Seattle, Washington

Position Description
Coordinates and monitors the composting of animal and food waste to produce soil conditioner. Promotes and coordinates the zoo recycling program, monitors pickup and collection of recyclable materials by zoo staff and contracted vendors. Supports the Resource Conservation and Sustainability Supervisor in managing utility data, promoting and implementing the Woodland Park Zoo (WPZ) Sustainability Plan.

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Sustainable Resources Manager
[April 24, 2017]

King County Department of Parks & Natural Resources
Wastewater Treatment Division

Location: Seattle, Washington

Position Description
Award-winning King County Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD) seeks a Sustainable Resources Manager. This position manages a $20 million annual budget and a twenty-person team of engineers, scientists, and project managers responsible for utilizing the sustainable products from WTD’s waste stream and supporting sustainability and innovation. The Sustainable Resources Manager will oversee the strategic development and diversification of customer relationships while managing external relations and program operations for all "waste to resource" programs. The ideal candidate will be a transformational manager who will help drive the division towards its vision: "An innovative and resilient clean water enterprise revolutionizing the recovery of valuable resources for sustainable communities." Requires a bachelor's degree or the equivalent on-the-job experience in public administration, environmental science, engineering, or similar fields as well as 5 years of experience managing staff and supervisors, which includes staff development and performance management for various disciplines (e.g., engineers, educators, scientists, planners, and project managers). The annual salary range is $106,877 - $135,473 DOQ. In addition, King County offers a competitive benefits package including PERS retirement. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, comprehensive resume, and salary history to apply@ralphandersen.com no later than May 12, 2017. Detailed brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com. Confidential inquiries welcomed to Heather Renschler at 916-630-4900. 


W2R Senior Biosolids Policy Analyst/Statewide Coordinator (Environmental Planner 5)
[March 20, 2017]

Location: Thurston County - Lacey, WA

Position Description
Protecting Washington State's environment for current and future generations is what we do every day at Ecology. We are a culture that is invested in making a difference. If you want to join a team that is highly effective, collaborative, has leadership that embraces the value of people, and believes in the fun factor, Ecology is a good fit.
 
The Waste 2 Resources (W2R) program is looking to fill a W2R Senior Biosolids Policy Analyst/Statewide Coordinator (Environmental Planner 5) position.
 
The W2R Senior Biosolids Policy Analyst/Statewide Coordinator position develops, analyzes, monitors and evaluates biosolids policies, rules, general permits, and guidance documents for use statewide. This position coordinates and implements the biosolids program, leading regional biosolids staff to ensure consistency in program implementation, enforcement actions, and responds to complex and/or politically sensitive inquiries for technical assistance.

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