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Job Company Date Posted
HDR, Inc. Current Job Openings - Please visit https://www.hdrinc.com/careers for more information.
175449 Environmental Intern - Resources Seattle Eric Saniatan
175295 Design Intern - Architecture Seattle Eric Saniatan
175362 GIS Intern - Resources Seattle Eric Saniatan
175355 Strategic Communications Intern - Resources Seattle Eric Saniatan
175290 Traffic Intern Bellevue Eric Saniatan
175292 Bridge Intern Spokane Eric Saniatan
175291 Transportation Intern Bellevue Eric Saniatan
175289 Marketing Intern - Transportation Bellevue Eric Saniatan
174963 Marketing Intern - Water Bellevue Eric Saniatan
175000 Water Group Intern Seattle Eric Saniatan
Job # Job Position Primary Location Recruiter
177487 Washington Area Operations Manager Bellevue Mike Bryan
Job # Job Position Primary Location Recruiter
177542 Design Principal - NEW POSITION Seattle Sloan Anderson
177609 Senior Landscape Architect Seattle Jen Lakin
176618 Architecture Project Manager Seattle Jen Lakin
171203 Education & Science Principal Seattle Sloan Anderson
Job # Job Position Primary Location Recruiter
177195 Electrical Engineer - PE - NEW POSITION Bellevue Jen Lakin
171869 Mechanical Section Lead Bellevue Ben Miccichi
175887 Design Services Manager Bellevue Ben Miccichi
177435 Civil EIT Bellevue Kaitlin Jensen
176053 Senior Control Systems Engineer Bellevue Jen Lakin
176349 Senior Site Civil Engineer Bellevue Jen Lakin
171896 Senior Electrical Engineer Bellevue Jen Lakin
176054 Control Systems Engineer Bellevue Jen Lakin
174064 Civil Site Engineer Bellevue Jen Lakin
Job # Job Position Primary Location Recruiter
176400 GIS Analyst Bellevue Jen Lakin
174035 WA Solid Waste Sector Lead Bellevue Jen Lakin
177572 Senior Cultural Resources Specialist Olympia Jen Lakin
177155 Power Program Manager Bellevue Jen Lakin
175151 CADD Technician Spokane Kaitlin Jensen
175421 Senior Environmental Planner/Permitting Specialist Seattle Jen Lakin
Job # Job Position Primary Location Recruiter
173618 Senior Financial Consultant Seattle Jen Lakin
174994 Right of Way-Real Estate Services Agent 2 Everett Jen Lakin
174541 Structural Digital Design Lead - BIM Bellevue Jen Lakin
177188 North Puget Sound Transportation Leader Everett Matt Rogers
176741 Transportation Engineer (PE) Spokane Jen Lakin
176461 Facility Designer I Bellevue Jen Lakin
176056 Electrical Engineer Bellevue Jen Lakin
173046 Mobility Planning (EV) Project Manager Bellevue Jen Lakin
176057 Mechanical Engineer Bellevue Jen Lakin
175144 Cross Sector Service Lead Bellevue Jen Lakin
173925 Eastern Washington Transportation Lead Spokane Matt Rogers
172295 Transportation Engineer / Construction Engineer (PE) Spokane Jen Lakin
Job # Job Position Primary Location Recruiter
177638 Operations Specialist - NEW POSITION Bellevue Jen Lakin
177570 Sr Utility Management Consultant Seattle Jen Lakin
174600 Water Resources Engineer - Fisheries Olympia Jen Lakin
177288 Washington Strategic Communications Lead Bellevue Jen Lakin
177287 Water Supply Management Business Class Lead Seattle Jen Lakin
177292 Senior Construction Inspector-Pipeline Bellevue Cynthia Ades
176947 Drinking Water Treatment Business Class Lead Bellevue Jen Lakin
177118 Senior Water/Wastewater Engineer Bellevue Jen Lakin
176997 Water CAD Manager - Digital Delivery Bellevue Jen Lakin
174529 Fisheries Design Engineer Gig Harbor Jen Lakin
174977 Senior Fisheries Engineer Gig Harbor Jen Lakin
174534 Senior Fisheries Design Engineer Bellevue Jen Lakin
173715 Senior Water Project Manager Bellevue Jen Lakin
173828 Water Resources Engineer - H&H Modeler Gig Harbor Jen Lakin
173375 Water Resources Senior Engineer (Stormwater) Olympia Jen Lakin
173376 Water Resources Engineer PE (Stormwater) Olympia Jen Lakin
172296 Sr. Project Manager / Asset Manager Olympia Jen Lakin
171285 Northwest Regional Irrigation Practice Lead Bellevue Keegan Yager

Careers in the Industry

Electrical industry careers are rewarding, varied, well-paid, and plentiful. Here are a few opportunities to consider: 

  • Are you interested in an electrical apprenticeship to learn more about the trade? Consider employment with a utility company.
  • Do you have an aptitude for math and science? Consider a career as an electrical engineer.
  • Are you interested in manufacturing or sales? A job with an electrical manufacturer might be just the ticket for you!
  • Does the idea of working with circuits and wiring light you up? Opportunities in the lighting industry abound! 

Career opportunities in the electrical industry include, but are not limited to, those below.


Cable Splicer

Cable Splicers splice, terminate, and maintain power cables in a network distribution system. They install and maintain conductors, transformers, network protectors, switches, and related electrical equipment. They also locate and repair electrical faults and perform physically demanding work in confined areas such as manholes, vaults and tunnels.

Electrician Constructor

Electrician Constructor work with electrical circuits while they install, maintain and repair equipment at substations. They perform work on commercial and residential transformers, conductors, circuit breakers, switches, and control devices. Electrical constructors read prints, construct major components of a substation, install wire and troubleshoot control circuits.

Generation Electrician Constructor

Generations Electrician Constructors work with electricity and provide service and maintenance to powerhouses and switchyards equipment. They perform work on transformers, exciters, electronic governor’s motor controllers, conductors, high voltage circuit breakers, switches, protective devices, and cutouts. Generation electrician constructors maintain, construct, troubleshoot and repair major components of powerhouses using blueprints, manuals and raw materials.

Line worker

Line workers install and maintain overhead and underground distribution and transmission electrical circuits. This includes installing and maintaining poles, wires, transformers, switches, terminations, underground cables, etc. Climbing wooden poles is an essential skill.

Meter Electrician

Meter Electricians install single and poly-phase, transformer-related, and self-contained meters as well as advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) using wireless technology and instrument transformers.

Utility Construction Worker

Utility Construction Worker workers use hand, electric, pneumatic and power tools for the construction, maintenance and repair of underground electrical distribution system infrastructure and other components of city power grids. Utility construction workers are comfortable with manual labor, large machinery and roadside worksites.

How to become a utilities apprentice?

You can prepare for apprenticeship by maintaining or refreshing your math skills, your knowledge of electrical theory, your physical fitness, and your mechanical reasoning. Please contact your local utility for more information.

Engineering & Contracting

Electrical Engineer

Electrical engineers design, develop, test and supervise the manufacturing of electrical equipment such as electric motors, machinery controls, automobiles, aircraft and transmission utilities. Engineers are also responsible for the design of building electrical systems and maintaining the systems to specification.

How to become an electrical engineer?

A four year Electrical Engineering degree is required.


Jobs available in electrical manufacturing include sales and marketing, CAD operators and designers, wiremen, technicians, management, and support staff. In addition, electrical distributors link manufacturers and end users.

How to start a career in electrical manufacturing?

An education in engineering, computer sciences, or CAD Design is preferred.

Lighting & Lighting Controls


Electricians install and repair electrical wiring and related equipment for residential, commercial and industrial customers. Electricians test circuits, interpret architectural drawings, and install fixtures and electrical equipment and electrical equipment.

How to become an electrician? 
  • Obtain the required amount of experience to qualify for a general journey level or specialty electrician certificate (8,000 documented hours working as an electrical trainee under the supervision of a certified electrician - 4,000 hours must be spend working in commercial industrial installation.)
  • Obtain the required amount of Basic Classroom instruction.
  • Apply for and pass the required exam.



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