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Finance and Administrative Services Manager $104,374.40 - $132,288.00 Annually. Closes 07/31/17
Department of Natural Resources & Parks - Water and Land Resources Division
Seattle, Washington

The King County Water and Land Resources (WLR) Division is seeking a Finance and Administration Manager to manage the Division's operating and capital funds; oversee the development and monitoring of budgets and the tracking of revenues and expenses; supervise the development of funding models and other financial analysis; and provide oversight to other financial and administrative functions. Specific responsibilities include a key role in developing both Surface Water and Noxious Weed rate proposals and managing the surface water management billings in unincorporated King County. 

This position will play a key role in addressing policies, programs, labor relations, and administrative issues facing the Division and will communicate financial information to a variety of audiences.  This position will directly lead, develop, and supervise professional staff in the Division's Finance and Administration section, and will work collaboratively with all levels of staff.  We are looking for a self-starter with strong financial modeling skills, a keen attention to detail, and the ability to work in a fast-paced, political environment.

Stormwater Project/Program Manager III $80,412.80 - $101,920.00 Annually. Closes 07/24/17
Department of Natural Resources & Parks - Water and Land Resources Division
Seattle, Washington

The purpose of this position is to manage and coordinate the Section's models and systems for cost analysis/forecasting, staff allocation, and performance measurement related to stormwater facility maintenance and other Section programs/projects.  This position will be responsible for Unit wide and Section wide development and analysis of program measurables and reporting them to management.  The position will collect the necessary data from the Section's Unit Managers, program managers, and project managers and ensure it is of adequate quality and addresses other County wide initiatives such as Line of Business, ESJ, and LEAN. This position will manage program/project data to help track progress on deadlines, resolve technical issues, and to prepare data reports or other deliverables. The responsibilities of this position require having an advanced knowledge of the Section's maintenance and other programs, skills in project management, and highly specialized technical expertise in Total Work Integration Systems.   This position will report directly to the Asset Management Unit Manager and at times the Stormwater Services Section Manager and will have no direct reports but may supervise temporary staff.

Engineer III $39.58 - $50.18 Hourly. Closes 07/23/17 
Department of Natural Resources & Parks - Water and Land Resources Division 
Seattle, Washington

There are two Engineer III positions to be filled during this hiring process. These two positions will be located in the River and Floodplain Management Section within the Water and Land Resources Division, and will be part of a team of river engineers, scientists and planners supporting the design and implementation of projects in support of the King County Flood Control District. One position will be located in the Green River Basin Team with a work program focused on the Green River, and the other position will be located in the Snoqualmie/South Fork Skykomish Basin Team with a work program focused on the Snoqualmie, Tolt, Raging, and South Fork Skykomish Rivers. A third position may be filled in the Cedar River Team, with a work program focused on the Cedar River. These positions will lead and serve as a project manager for complex river and floodplain management projects and programs, and will lead and conduct advanced level professional river and hydraulic engineering design efforts and technical analyses.

Environmental Scientist III $82,326.40 - $104,374.40 Annually. Closes 07/12/2017
Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County 
Seattle, Washington

The Environmental Scientist III join the program’s four member Research Team, who provide technical, social, and library science support throughout the program. The position will apply a high level of technical knowledge, communications skills, and innovative thinking to 
advance the program’s mission. Examples of duties include:

  • Conduct and apply research to help reduce human and environmental exposure to hazardous chemicals.
  • Provide scientific guidance to improve the health of historically underserved individuals and communities.
  • Collaborate with local and national strategic partners to advance the program’s interests.
  • Stay up to date on the latest evidence on chemicals of concern.

For information about jobs in the Water and Land Resources Division, please contact Michelle Kobuki, Human Resource Analyst.