Looking for a great job in an outstanding community? We here at Clallam PUD have found what we think is the best of both. We live, work and play on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula, where within minutes or a couple of hours we can be walking a remote beach, kayaking a river, hiking to a glacier, biking the Olympic Discovery Trail or discovering the secrets of a rain forest. Our moderate climate affords ample opportunities to enjoy the beauty of the Olympic National Park and the Pacific Ocean all with easy access to urban shopping and entertainment in Seattle or Portland. We camp, hike, bike, fish, hunt, walk trails, ride horses, watch birds, beach comb, play in the snow and much more. It is an endless adventure! Our communities boast excellent schools, medical care, parks and great events, such as the Dungeness Crab and Lavender Festivals. Click Living in Clallam County for more information on why we are so proud of where we live.
Clallam PUD values its employees. Not only are we afforded a picturesque place to live and work, the PUD offers excellent compensation and benefits. Click Employment Benefits for more details.
Our Employment FAQ link will help answer your questions as you explore possibilities of employment here at the PUD.
When you click on one of the Current Job Postings at the right, you’ll be able to view the Opportunity Notice, Job Description and download the Supplemental Questionnaire for that position. The Application Submittal Checklist provides you with information to complete and submit the Supplemental Questionnaire and our Employment Application.
We would be happy to talk with you more about becoming a part of this great community and joining our PUD family. If you have questions, contact us by phone at 360-565-3228 or by email at email@example.com .
Clallam County PUD is a Drug Free Workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of age, sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, marital status, pregnancy, disability, sexual orientation or other protected status.