The Seattle Aquarium is hiring a Sustainability Program Manager to join their team in Seattle! The Seattle Aquarium is a leading marine conservation organization with a global reputation. Our S.A.L.I.S.H. values, developed in conjunction with our staff, include a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. This position will cultivate cross-functional collaborations with Aquarium staff, including the Regenerative Steering Committee, to advance and implement innovative and enduring solutions to become a regenerative aquarium. If you are passionate about climate action and ocean regeneration but will also be committed to environmental equity and justice and understanding the importance of inclusive regeneration, learn more and apply today!
Another Source’s client, the Seattle Aquarium, is recruiting a Sustainability Program Manager to join their team. This role is based out of Seattle and will be on site with future for limited remote work.
Internally this role is titled Regenerative Program Manager.
About the Seattle Aquarium:
We’re noted for our collaborative, communicative and team-oriented working environment. Our S.A.L.I.S.H. values, developed in conjunction with our staff, include a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), commitments to adopting and promoting sustainable practices, creating awe-inspiring experiences, constantly learning and improving, fostering an inclusive community, maintaining scientific credibility through evidence-based practices, and honoring our unique place by using our location and history for a broader understanding of the communities surrounding Puget Sound.
Proudly accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums, we’re the eighth-largest aquarium in the U.S. by attendance and, during non-pandemic times, we welcome over 850,000 people through our front doors each year. Guided by our mission, Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment, we have developed a master plan to substantially increase in size and impact by opening a new habitat building, the Ocean Pavilion. Our current annual budget is $20 million.
See the Seattle Aquarium in action:
The Aquarium’s regenerative program launched in 2021 with the development of the Aquarium’s first regenerative plan, setting a regenerative vision, goals with key performance metrics, and identifying strategies to achieve our vision. The Sustainability Program Manager will have the opportunity to help shape and expand this new program, including continuous improvement, identifying new opportunities to advance regeneration, accelerating climate action, and launching additional projects.
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Salary and benefits:
This is an exempt role. The targeted salary range for this role is $65,000–$75,000, dependent on experience. Includes Seattle Aquarium’s comprehensive benefits package: medical, vision, dental (subsidized dependent coverage also available), HRA, FSA, life insurance, long-term disability, 403b retirement fund with employer match, subsidized transit (ORCA) pass, Aquarium Family Plus membership and generous paid time off.
The Seattle Aquarium is a progressive, equal opportunity employer that values a diverse workforce. One of our core values is fostering an inclusive community and we want our staff to reflect our community. We encourage diverse candidates to apply, including but not limited to Black, Indigenous and People of Color applicants. Application review will begin immediately.
Note: Candidate must pass a background check upon job offer to be eligible for this position.
The Seattle Aquarium has partnered with Another Source, an external recruiting firm, to assist in the hiring process for this position. Another Source works with their clients, on a retained project basis, to maximize the breadth of the recruiting process.
Another Source works with their clients, on a retained project basis, to maximize the recruiting process.