The Stormwater and Toxics Policy Manager is part of Washington Environmental Council’s Puget Sound Program and is responsible for managing overall approaches to reducing stormwater and toxics impacts on water, wildlife, and people. The vibrant and enthusiastic Puget Sound Program team works toward clean water and healthy habitat that support iconic species like salmon and orcas and the communities that rely on Puget Sound economically and culturally. Our work builds grassroots and legislative support for a healthy Puget Sound, connects communities across the Sound on recovery efforts, advocates for better policy and enforcement, and demands increased financial investments where needed. The Stormwater and Toxics Policy Manager will refine and implement creative solutions to reduce impacts from stormwater and other sources of toxics, from incentive-based approaches to regulatory processes that protect clean water. The full-time position is based in Seattle, WA, and reports to the Puget Sound Program Director.
This is a full time, exempt position with a salary range of $53,000 to $60,000 depending on experience. We also offer a generous benefits package including medical and dental insurance, 401k plan and organizational match of up to 3% of your annual salary, a flexible spending account, paid vacation and sick leave, ten paid holidays per year, an unlimited ORCA transit pass, and if you work for seven consecutive years you are eligible for a two-month paid sabbatical. We welcome new and diverse people to a great team who together shape environmental protection in Washington.