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Dock Superintendent II
Port of Everett
“The Dock Superintendent II is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the marine terminals, including the movement of cargo to/from the terminals and supervising the work of the Longshore personnel associated with the cargo movement. This position will also support billing and customer interface support…”
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Engineering Specialist
Washington Department of Ecology
“Washington has adopted ground-breaking legislation to address climate change by sharply reducing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and achieving carbon neutrality. Do you care passionately about climate change? Are you seeking a challenging…”
Chief Mate Ocean Towing
“The primary responsibility of this position is assisting the captain with towing, docking, and unloading of barge and other vessels, from port to port. Other duties include steering, operating, pushing, and pulling of barges as directed by the captain to its perspective destinations and/or berths. Mate is responsible for the safety…”
Director of Operations
Washington Department of Transportation – Cascadia High Speed Rail & I-5
“WSDOT is currently seeking a Director of Operation for the Cascadia High-Speed Rail and I-5 Program in Seattle, WA. The Urban Mobility, Access, & Megaprograms (UMAM) mission is to push the envelope, build partnerships and steward investment to plan, finance, design, construct, and operate…”
Protecting Whales in Puget Sound: Quiet Sound's Voluntary Ship Slowdown Program
Starting as early as October 1, 2023, the Quiet Sound Program launches its annual voluntary ship slowdown in Admiralty Inlet and North Puget Sound, lasting until January 12, 2024. Vessels are asked to reduce speed (15.5 knots for vehicle carriers/ cruise ships/ container vessels and 11.0 knots for bulkers/ tankers) and turn off ultrasonic hull antifouling systems to protect endangered Southern Resident killer whales. Last year, this effort reduced underwater noise by 45% in this critical habitat.
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The Pacific Northwest Ports Handbook
A guide highlighting many people and organizations driving the region with features of just a few services impacting the greater Seattle area daily.
The Greater Seattle Seaport and Airport Resources Guide
The most comprehensive information resource on the maritime trade and transportation industry in the Pacific Northwest.