Port of Seattle

Founded in 1911, the Port of Seattle owns and operates Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, two cruise ship terminals, one grain terminal, a public cargo terminal, four public marinas, and manages a number of real estate assets for financial return and economic advantage.

The Port’s Airport and Maritime operations currently generate nearly 200,000 jobs and $7 billion in wages throughout the region. Over the next 22 years, the Port’s “Century Agenda” seeks to create an additional 100,000 jobs through economic growth while becoming the nation’s leading green and energy-efficient Port.

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport – the nation’s 13th busiest – handled 37.5 million passengers and more than 319,000 metric tons of air cargo in 2014. With a regional economic impact of more than $16.3 billion in business revenue, Sea-Tac generates 171,796 jobs (109,796 direct jobs) representing more than $2.8 billion in direct earnings and $565 million in state and local taxes. Twenty-five airlines serve 78 non-stop domestic and 21 international destinations.

In 2016, the cruise ship terminals at Bell Street Cruise Terminal at Pier 66 and Smith Cove Cruise Terminal at Terminal 91 will serve seven major cruise lines. Each ship call brings in $2.5 million to the local economy. Overall, the Seattle cruise industry generates 3,647 jobs and $441 million in annual business revenue.

Five commissioners, elected at large by the voters of King County, Washington, serve four-year terms and establish Port of Seattle policy. The chief executive officer, in carrying out these policies, leads 1,700 employees and oversees port programs.

For more information you may visit: www.portseattle.org

 

Port of Seattle Port Of Seattle, Seattle, WA, USA
Feb 19, 2021
Full time
Some of what you'll be doing:   The Port of Seattle is seeking a dynamic and strategic leader for their Sr. Director, Environment, Sustainability & Engineering position. This critical position will be an integral part of the Port’s executive leadership team. The Sr. Director, Environment, Sustainability & Engineering plays a key role in helping the Port achieve its goal to be the greenest and most energy-efficient port in North America.  Leading a team of professionals and subject matter experts, this position will meet the Port’s goals by meeting all increased energy needs through conservation and renewable sources, meeting or exceeding environmental agency requirements for buildings on, and stormwater leaving, Port owned or operated facilities, reducing air pollutants and carbon emissions, and restoring, creating and enhancing Green/Duwamish/Elliott habitat.  It will also provide strategic oversight to the Engineering and Construction Management staff...