The Seattle 2030 District is a non-profit membership organization with a mission to support its members in creating and operating high-performance buildings that dramatically reduce energy, water, and transportation impacts. The District works to break down market barriers to building efficiency to make Seattle and the surrounding communities more sustainable and contribute to the region’s environmental resilience, livability, and affordability.
The organization’s membership consists of property owners, developers, managers and industry professionals and stakeholders that influence and support the built environment.
The Executive Director is responsible for advancing the organization’s mission towards its goals through development, facilitation, and execution of a strategic plan, management of multi-disciplinary programs and initiatives, and supervising a team of professional staff and consultants. The individual provides effective leadership, strategic direction, and organizational and financial management. The Executive Director must have the skills and experience to manage a broad range of tasks.
This position works closely with, and reports to, the Seattle 2030 District Board of Directors. View the full job description and application requirements here.