• Application packets will be accepted by email and U.S. Mail only.
  • Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, the PUD office is not open to the public.

All positions will remain open until filled.

Please click on the Titles below for complete job descriptions, application instructions and information.

Broadband Services Analyst
Summary:  Assist the District’s Assistant General Manager in supporting the District’s Community Services group’s activities related to expanding access to high speed broadband services for public agencies, residents, and businesses within the greater Whatcom County community in a manner that facilitates accomplishment of the District’s strategic goals.  Salary Range:  $75,000 – $95,000, DOE, with excellent benefit package.  Click on job title for complete job application information.  Position is open until filled.
Summary:  Assist the District’s Assistant General Manager in supporting District electric utility system planning and operations in a manner that facilitates accomplishment of the District’s strategic goals.  Salary Range:  $75,000 – $115,000, DOE, with excellent benefit package.  Click on the job title for complete job application information.  Position is open until filled.
Project Manager  
Summary:  Plan, manage and/or provide staff support for District capital and maintenance projects; assist with the selection of contractors and consultants; coordinate activities of contractors and District staff in completing maintenance, repair and improvements to the District’s water and electric utility systems or other District facilities. Salary Range:  $75,000 – $95,000, DOE, with excellent benefit package.  Click on the job title for complete job application information.  Position is open until filled.

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS AND OTHER COMPENSATION

Health Care
Exempt and Non-exempt employees will be provided with health care coverage consisting of medical, dental, vision and employee assistance programs.  Specifics of these benefits may change from year to year.

Vacation Benefits
Employees begin to accrue vacation benefits upon the date of hire.  Once employees successfully complete their 90 day introductory period they are eligible to being to use accrued vacation time based on prorated benefit eligibility.

Sick Leave Benefits
Sick leave benefits are calculated on the basis of a calendar year, accrued at a rate of eight (8) hours per month and based on prorated benefit eligibility,

Floaters (in lieu of Holidays)
Employees shall receive a maximum of 12 days (96 hours) “floating” paid holidays per calendar year accrued at a rate of 8 hours per month based on prorated benefit eligibility.

Deferred Compensation Program
Employees may be eligible to participate in a 457k deferred compensation programs consistent with all state and federal regulations and receives District contribution in lieu of the District’s contribution to the Washington Public Employees Retirement System (PERS).  Such benefit shall be set annually by the Commission and is currently set at 8.7% of the employee’s base salary.

Employment
Hours of Work: The normal workweek is 40 hours, Monday through Friday; however, some positions require weekend, shift, holiday and/or overtime work.

The PUD is committed to a smoke/drug/alcohol free environment. Job candidates must be able to operate effectively in this work environment. Applicants who are offered employment will be required to provide proof of U.S. citizenship, permanent residence status or employment authorization, and proof of identification (photo I.D.). This requirement is the result of the Federal Immigration Reform and Control Act.

For some positions, candidates must be able to successfully pass a background check for security purposes; and/or to acquire a Transportation Workers Identification Credential (TWIC) status.

GENERAL INFORMATION: The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provision contained herein may be modified and/or revoked without notice. The PUD is an “At-Will” and “Equal Opportunity Employer.