Project Program Manager (PPM) 2 position

King County’s Solid Waste Division – Seattle, WA

The Recycling and Environmental Services Section of King County’s Solid Waste Division – KCSWD (Part of the Department of Natural Resources and Parks), is looking for an enthusiastic and visionary employee in a Project Program Manager (PPM) 2 position. We invite you to join an MS Teams Meeting Open House to learn more about this position. We will hold this event on Tuesday, October 20, 2021, from 2 pm to 3 pm.  To participate in the meeting, join by MS Teams: Click here to join the meeting.

Education and Outreach Specialist II – Commercial/Government

Thurston County Public Works Department – Olympia, WA

Are you an experienced education and outreach professional who excels at developing and managing programs? Then you may be the Education & Outreach Specialist II we’re looking for to join our new Outreach Team. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing and developing commercial and in-house government programs for waste reduction and diversion in Thurston County. Read more here.

SWM Section Manager (WMS Band 2)

Lacey, WA

New programs may include policy around product producer responsibility programs, product bans, removing plastic and plastic debris from the environment, and improving Washington’s recycling system by removing contamination and selling reusable recycling material. The SWM Section Manager position will be involved in helping create Washington’s circular economy. Read more here.


San Juan County, WA

The ER Solid Waste Program Coordinator manages the day-to-day operations, budget, grants, contracts, reporting, and agency communications for the County’s Solid Waste Program.  Develops and implements projects and required plans necessary for an effective and efficient program, in partnership with the private and nonprofit solid waste managers serving the Islands. Read more here.


Resource Synergy – Spokane

Resource Synergy is a sustainability consultancy committed to helping Inland Northwest businesses reduce costs and improve their environmental impact. Founded in 2015, the company helps businesses, non-profits and government agencies overcome adoption barriers, ensuring the success of waste prevention and diversion programs. Click Here for full job description.


City of Gresham’s Sustainability and Solid Waste Department

Under general direction of the Solid Waste & Sustainability Manager, the Sustainability and Climate Action Technician is responsible for the overall implementation of the City’s Climate Action Plan. The position focuses on internal government operations and supporting the work of community-wide initiatives that support a sustainable Gresham. In addition to efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the successful candidate will support recycling, waste prevention and reuse education and outreach programs.