Friday, April 20, 2018

WSDOT in Shoreline always has openings. Here are some selected positions.

Office Assistant 3
Closing date May 2, 2018
The Northwest Region Headquarters office is seeking a full-time, outgoing receptionist to join our team. The Northwest Region employs more than 1,400 people and covers a geographic area from South King County to the Canadian border.

Assistant Landscape Architect
This position is open until filled. The first review of applications will take place on May 3, 2018.

The Assistant Landscape Architect will focus on strategically managing Puget Sound Area roadside policies, issues, programs, and services to promote transportation safety and efficiency, to preserve and restore the natural and cultural environment, and to affect the visual harmony and compatibility of functions for sustainable roadsides.

Job description and application

Executive Transportation Leader of Northwest Region
Closing date May 13, 2018

WSDOT is actively seeking a dynamic transportation executive with exceptional, proven leadership skills to serve as the next Northwest Regional Administrator based in Shoreline, WA. With a population of well over three million people, one-half of the state’s population live within the boundaries of the Northwest Region, which includes King, Snohomish, Whatcom, San Juan, Island, Skagit and portions of Pierce counties. Connecting with ferry terminals, international borders, and mountain passes, the region’s impressive infrastructure includes highway tunnels, floating bridges, movable bridges, an extensive HOV system, express toll lanes, and one of the largest intelligent transportation systems in the country.

Internally, this position is responsible for the day-to-day management of the region’s 1,100 employees, systematically fostering a work environment that promotes the agency’s mission and strategic direction, while encouraging innovative performance, quality, to plan, design, construct, operate and maintain the transportation system. Externally, the incumbent must be an effective ambassador and spokesperson for the department on transportation matters, establish strong relationships with stakeholders to build coalitions, create constituent support, and influence public opinion on issues of vital importance locally and to the State of Washington.

Job description and application


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