King County seeks Senior Communications Specialist

(Project/Program Manager III)

The Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County is pleased to welcome applicants for a Senior Communications Specialist (Project/Program Manager III). Job Number: 2019MK10206.  The application deadline is 08/18/19 at 11:59 PM. Salary range: $86,344.54 – $109,446.48 annually. Location: 130 Nickerson St, Suite 100, Seattle, WA.

In this role, you will work fulltime for the King County Water and Land Resources Division, as a Senior Communications Specialist (Project/Program Manager III) for the Hazardous Waste Management Program Communications team. The position will help lead the program’s strategic external communications, media relations, public affairs and community engagement efforts to achieve Hazardous Waste goals under the direction of the communications program manager.

The supervisor for this position is housed in Water and Land Resource Division. The position will also work to advance our mission for collaborative and engaging external relations with and for racially ethnic communities of King County, and work to cultivate the public’s trust in and understanding of Hazardous Waste through innovative community relations and communications strategies. To learn more about this position and/or apply, please click following link:  Senior Communications Specialist (Project/Program Manager III) 

Download the full job description here: SrCommunicationsSpecialist

King County values diverse perspectives, life experiences, and differences. The Water and Land Resources Division encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and veterans. We are committed to being equitable and fair in providing equal access to opportunities for all. LHWMP is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourage applications from candidates representing diverse perspectives and life experiences and are committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive environment.

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