The Program Operations Coordinator serves a variety of roles – Bosun, Logistician, Fleet Coordinator – that supports the operational functions of the Program Department at the Northwest Maritime Center. This could mean that one day is focused on coordinating boat schedules, and the next is assisting with the installation of a floating dock or inventorying the PFDs.
The Lead Instructor / Program Coordinator supports the Education Program Managers in successfully implementing the Northwest Maritime Center’s school and vocational training programs. This role will lead instructional logistical support for the Maritime Discovery Programs (7th/8th-grade intensive programs), Port Townsend Maritime Academy (vocational programming hosted on our campus), and Real World Readiness (programs in service of youth furthest from opportunity).
As a newly launched school entering its second year, MHS is designed with community, family, and learner input, and we are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic team member with strong youth development skills to work collaboratively with the NWMC MHS Program Director, Maritime Education Manager, and MHS staff to collectively build MHS and create unforgettable, hands-on maritime, community, and career development experiences for our high school learners.
Operating September to November out of the Harbor Island Marina, Admiral Jack hosts Middle School-aged students from Highline Public School District approximately 3 days a week. Integral to the success of our hands-on, boat-based programs is a crew full of knowledgeable, curious, enthusiastic, and self-motivated educators.
The Maritime High School (MHS) launched in fall 2021. A student-centered, equity-driven, maritime-focused endeavor, MHS is a project-based learning high school and a collaborative project of Highline Public Schools (HPS), Northwest Maritime Center (NWMC), Duwamish River Community Coalition (DRCC), and the Port of Seattle. As the Maritime Education Coordinator, you will support MHS maritime program development and education initiatives.
Salish Sea Expeditions works with groups of 5th-12th grade students. Trips range from 3-5 Day Expeditions (overnight) as well as 1-Day programs. You will be one crew member of the six-person Education Team, working together to deliver quality inquiry-based & hands-on marine science research programs. All crew members aboard the vessel participate in all shipboard duties: vessel operations, line handling, docking, night watch, cleaning, etc.
We are seeking a motivated and detail-oriented Program Manager to manage programming, staff, and operational aspects of the Salish Sea Expeditions boat and land-based programs.
Work collaboratively with the Programs Team, Salish Sea Expeditions Program Coordinator, and seasonal staff to create unforgettable experiences for our organization, school and district partners, and participants. To be successful, you thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative, growth-oriented environment.