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Project Manager (Remediation)
Gregg Drilling, LLC
Project Managers are responsible for planning and executing project-related tasks and supporting field crews. A background in Remediation field experience is highly preferred. Project Managers will work closely with all facets of the company to help ensure safe, efficient, and quality work throughout the company.
Job Title: Demo & Event Ambassador
Location: Seattle, WA
Start Date: ASAP
Time Commitment: Up to 8 demos per month with flexibility. Must be able to work Friday - Sunday during the hours of 10am - 2pm or 3 - 7pm
Pay: $20 per hour + mileage reimbursement
About Barnacle Foods:
Grow with us! At Barnacle, we are on a mission to do good for our oceans, communities, and collective future. Since 2016, we’ve shared familiar, everyday foods made with Alaska-grown kelp like Bullwhip Hot Sauce, Kelp Chili Crisp, salsas, seasonings, and more. As a Brand Ambassador, you’ll share our story and delectable products to reach new customers and drive sales in your region.
At the direction of the Lead Applications Developer, the Application Developer’s role is to design and implement in-house applications for operations and internet sites that support core organizational functions and enhance automation in the organization. This individual will assist in deployments of custom application and websites.
This is achieved by participating in the requirements gathering, planning, design, implementation, documentation, monitoring, maintenance, development, optimization, and support of software systems (Shareholder Information System and MySealaska) and database systems (Microsoft SQL) within the Shareholder Relations department. This individual will also analyze and resolve problems in any custom application in a timely and accurate fashion and provide end user or technical staff training where required.
Sealaska Marine Services is seeking an Operations Manager (OM) to join our growing team and lead our nearshore and offshore geotechnical investigation operations. Working with Sealaska Marine Services and its operating companies, the OM will support all aspects related to the delivery of our projects in the United States, Europe and anywhere else in the world.
Location is flexible and open to be remote and/or hybrid. This role can be based either in the USA, Europe or the UK/Ireland.
Reporting to the Sealaska Marine Services General Manager, the Operations Manager will lead our operations by:
- Supporting costing and procurement efforts during the bidding phase;
- Ensuring compliance with contractual and operational requirements;
- Together with the project manager, coordination of subcontractors and project team;
- Leading project preparation and mobilization efforts;
- Ensure on budget and on time delivery of projects accordingly to the high standards set forth by Sealaska Marine Service
Sealaska is seeking an experienced Environmental Health and Safety manager to support the development and implementation of all the health and safety programs across our marine services platforms. You will be responsible for maximizing all employees’ safety at work and the use of proper safeguards, support tendering activities, and supervise all HSE requirements during projects execution.
Location is flexible and open to be remote and/or hybrid within the United States.
Our marine services offering include nearshore and offshore geotechnical investigations and nearshore marine construction. We operate globally. Sealaska is an Alaska Native Corporation, formed under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) of 1971. Sealaska has approximately 24,000 shareholders, primarily of Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian descent.
Sealaska Marine Services is seeking a Proposal Manager to join our growing team and lead our proposal development efforts. The Proposal Manager works together with members of our business development, commercial and operations teams to strategize and develop proposals for our marine geotechnical investigation businesses across the globe.
Location is flexible and open to be remote and/or hybrid. This role can be based either in the USA, Europe or the UK/Ireland
The PM manages our proposals by:
- Developing and driving proposal schedules and reviews;
- Ensuring our proposals are compliant with RFP requirements (including development of response template, annotated outline and compliance matrix);
- Writing high-quality proposal content, including resumes and project descriptions;
- Supporting costing and pricing efforts
Sealaska is seeking a Proposal Manager/Writer (PMW) to join our growing construction team and lead proposal development for contract pursuits of varying complexity. The PMW will drive disciplined application of our business development process to capture, grow, and retain work with our construction group.
The PMW manages our federal and commercial contract proposals by:
- Developing and driving proposal schedules and reviews;
- Ensuring our proposals are compliant with RFP requirements (including development of response template, annotated outline and compliance matrix); and
- Writing high-quality proposal content, including technical functions, construction methods and processes, resumes and project descriptions.
The Internships & Student Success Coordinator’s main responsibility is implementing our summer internship program, which serves up to 30 post-secondary students each year. This includes a full-cycle of program development and management – fall recruiting, candidate screening, selection, hiring, on-boarding, event planning, and off-boarding. You are an effective networker who can build relationships with hiring managers across teams and industries. You are passionate about learning and development and seek opportunities to provide relevant and practical training to students and intern managers.
Beyond the intern program, the coordinator will also assist the Sr. Shareholder Development Manager in program coordination. This includes application development for various shareholder programs, event planning, and travel coordination for participants.
Located in Juneau or Virtual within Alaska and must be willing to travel to community and recruiting events, mostly within Southeast Alaska.
Sealaska Remediation Solutions (SRS), LLC is seeking a part-time, on-callNEPASenior Regulatory Compliance Document Specialist to support our growing federal and commercial business operations. SRS is an Alaskan Native Corporation and a participant in good standing within the Small Business Administration’s, 8(a) Business Development program. SRS is currently experiencing rapid growth providing environmental remediation, monitoring and consulting, technology integration and deployment, and construction management services to a variety of government and commercial clients at job sites located around the world.
The successful candidate will have strong environmental compliance skills to support projects in all environments. We are looking for a candidate with applied experience related to the regulatory analysis of technical projects for National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Endangered Species Act (ESA), National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), Clean Water Act (CWA), and other federal statutes requiring specialized support.
This federal partnership role requires a US Citizenship and will be a telecommuting (virtual) role.
About New England Seafood
New England Seafood International (NESI) was established in 1991 and is an importer and processor of premium fresh and frozen sustainable fish and seafood. NESI employs circa 600 people across two sites in the UK and imports a wide range of wild and farmed fish and shellfish from all around the world.
Our vision is to “show people how to enjoy fish every day” and we pride ourselves on our supply chain integrity, sustainable sourcing and high-quality product. Our values run through our business; these values are Respect, Customer Care, By Learning We Grow, Team Spirit and Integrity.
We are at an exciting time in the group’s development and are in the process of making important steps in a transformational growth plan:
- Completed the acquisition of greater production capacity
- Progressing the next generation of value-added products in the UK retail and foodservice fish category
- Driving an ambitious category led growth agenda
- Developing an innovative branded offer to fulfil rapidly developing consumer needs
Overview of the Role (Sustainable Seafood Intern):
Come apply your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) education at New England Seafood International during fall 2023! Working with our teams, you will gain experience in the various functions of a CSR department including sustainable sourcing, sustainable fishing practices, corporate social responsibility within our supply chains and organizational impact on the environment, including environmental impact reduction strategies.
This immersive experience is designed to give you hands-on practice applying your education to the real world. CSR is a very diverse field and the purpose of this internship is to provide you with multiple opportunities in this area so that you can see what sparks your interest. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to complete a special project of your choice during your internship which you will agree with your line manager during your first week in NESI. This is an opportunity to use everything you have learned in school and put your skills into practice over the summer through this international internship program.
This internship will provide the successful applicant an opportunity to spend time in a fast-paced manufacturing business based out of London, UK. This program will focus on developing you and your leadership skills, as well as supporting you to expand your business knowledge at an international level.
Travel and accommodation will be arranged on your behalf.