Stormwater Toxics Manager
Job Description
Position Summary:
Washington Environmental Council/Washington Conservation Voters seeks a Toxics and Stormwater Policy Manager to advance policies and campaigns that reduce impacts from toxics and stormwater on people, water, and wildlife. Responsibilities include analyzing and developing policy and establishing advocacy strategies; engaging in rulemaking and implementation work; participating in and at times leading coalitions; and being a leader in toxics and stormwater policy. 

This is a full-time position. Position location is preferably out of our office in Seattle, WA; a remote position from another location in Washington State will be considered for exceptional candidates capable of meeting position requirements. If outside Seattle, travel will be required to attend in-person office and coalition meetings, at the discretion of the Program Director. The Toxics and Stormwater Policy Manager reports to WEC and WCV’s Puget Sound Program Director. 

Compensation and Salary: 

This is a full time, exempt position with a salary range of $59,000 - $64,500 depending on experience. We also offer a comprehensive benefits package including 100% employer paid medical and dental insurance, 401k plan and organizational match of up to 3% of your annual salary, a flexible spending account, three weeks of paid vacation to start, a separate pool of sick leave, 12 paid holidays per year plus four floating wellness days, and an unlimited ORCA transit pass that covers several Puget Sound area transit agencies, including Metro, Pierce Transit, Sound Transit and Community Transit, 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.


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