Find Jobs for Military Veterans in Washington

Washington Job Search for Transitioning and Former JMOs, NCOs, and Enlisted Technicians

Washington has a robust military presence, with seven military bases in the state, most around the Seattle area. Because of this, the state has a very pro-military civilian population.

The Top Industries for Veterans in Washington

Washington has a bustling economy. With more than a half million businesses in the state, coupled with its familiarity with the military, allow the state to provide many job opportunities, especially for veterans. Top industries include aerospace, agriculture, and energy.

Please keep in mind that these jobs represent only a small percentage of the positions we currently have available. If you don't find what you're looking for, it does not mean that we're not hiring in your desired industry or location - be sure to register and a recruiter will be in contact with you about the jobs that are a match for your background, desires and qualifications.

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Airframe Technician
Job Ref: # EB-4345948727
Date Posted: 7/18/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Auburn, WA
Category: Aerospace
Salary: $27 - $45

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Airframe Technician
Location: Auburn, WA (Relocation Assistance Available)
Shift: M-F; 7am-4pm + Overtime options
Compensation: $27 - $45/hr (based off experience / Background)
Benefits: Comprehensive Corporate Benefits Package + tuition Reimbursement /Training paid for by company + Company pays 100% for employee & 50% for family for insurance.
Travel: Trips typically range from 1 day to 2 weeks; avg of a couple a quarter. Often take volunteers first for travel.

Position Description:
The Airframe Technician maintains and repairs aircraft structures and related components including flight controls, hydraulics, pneumatics, fuel systems and mechanical components. Applies technical knowledge of A&P systems to determine equipment malfunctions and applies expertise in restoring aircraft to safe, airworthy condition. They ensure that aircraft are safely maintained in accordance with the Airworthiness Standards prescribed by applicable Regulations, Airworthiness Directives and Standard Practices.

Requirements:
A candidate for this role must have a minimum of 2 years’ experience working with Rotary wing or fixed wing aircraft. Candidates should have their A&P License or have documented required hours to obtain an A&P license or be skillbridge eligible to work toward their A&P while on a skillbridge internship.



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Mechanic
Job Ref: # EB-6818500563
Date Posted: 7/17/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Woodinville, WA
Category: Transportation
Salary: $25 - $32

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Marine Service Technician Mechanic (Level I)
Location: Woodinville, WA
Shift: 7:30am – 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
Compensation: $25-32/hr + Overtime (Average 15-20% overtime, yearly)
Benefits: Health and dental insurance for employee, 10 paid holidays, 2 weeks of vacation, 401k matching up to 3%, training provided, temporary and permanent visa support
Travel: Up to 30% overnight travel
Vaccine Requirement: No
Valid and current passport: Needed
Position Description:
The Marine Service Technician Mechanic (Level I1) performs routine mechanical maintenance, repair, troubleshooting and assembly to include hydraulic systems and components. The Marine Service Technician will work in a dynamic work environment, learn new skills such as machining and applying marine grade paint schemes. In this position, expect to build and repair hydraulic units. The company will provide initial and continuous on-site and classroom training. Must provide own basic tools and must be able to travel nationally and internationally; a current up to date passport is required. This position averages 15-20% overtime yearly and must be willing to work any additional overtime hours.
Requirements:
• 1+ years of mechanical experience; automotive or marine(preferred) industrial mechanical experience with engines.
• Experience in completing service reports for shop and field service.
• High school diploma or GED required.
• Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs.
• Must have current, up to date passport.
• Ability to work aboard vessels and in confined locations.
• Ability to maintain compliance with all company policies and procedures.
• Ability to work unsupervised at off-site locations.
• Willing to learn new skills, to include: marine grade painting, grinding; waterjet repair; hydraulic unit building and repair.
• Willing to traveling to off-site national and international service locations.
• Computer proficiency (MS Office-Word, Excel and Outlook)
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers.
• Must be US citizen.



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System Software Engineer I
Job Ref: # EB-1205355707
Date Posted: 7/3/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Seattle, WA
Category: HVAC
Salary: $31 - $37

Job Description

Position Details
Title: System Software Engineer I
Location: Renton, WA
Shift: Mon-Fri 1st Shift
Compensation: $31-$37/hour + OT
Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision insurance, 401K, holidays & PTO, 100% employee-stock ownership, Truck + Gas Travel: Mostly local travel within Seattle. Less than 25% overnight travel (~5 days/ month require overnight) Vaccine Requirement: No
Position Description:
The SSE1 position requires the individual to apply their basic technical knowledge and any prior experience for the support of project start up, commissioning and troubleshooting activities. In addition, this position will be responsible for field assisting of engineering, programming, graphics and closeout documentation activities for each project.

The position requires a basic and proficient level of computer skills and understanding of computer-operated systems. Additionally, the individual is required to closely interact with the Project Manager and/or assigned Project Engineer in the timely completion of each project.
Requirements:
• Associates degree in a technical field or 2-5 years of related work experience in building automation systems or military technician experience.
• Strong mechanical aptitude and any technical school training.
• Working knowledge of MS Office, Windows, File Structure. Basic TCP/IP network structure and web navigation are desired.
• Must be highly organized and possess the ability to work in a high paced environment with the ability to y
prioritize tasks to meet the schedules given by leadership.
• Must possess a valid driver’s license.
• Must regularly lift and /or move up to 30 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
• While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms.




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Site Lead
Job Ref: # EB-1056316254
Date Posted: 7/2/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Seattle, WA
Category: Aerospace
Salary: $60,000 - $75,000

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Aircraft Maintenance Site Lead
Location: Seattle, WA
Shift: 8am – 5pm, Monday – Friday
Travel: 30%, average travel is approximately 1 week per month.
Compensation: $60K – $75K annual depending on experience and qualifications

Position Description:
As the Aviation Maintenance Lead you will be responsible for cleaning jet engines with our patented foam technology and leading a team of 2-4 technicians. This role is physically demanding and can require lifting up to 50 lbs. We are looking for someone who can perform basic mechanical and electrical troubleshooting on company equipment, enjoys working outdoors and is focused on following safety/compliance processes while identifying ways to innovate and provide value to our customers. In this position you will frequently drive a vehicle under DOT regulations, work with heavy equipment, and manage (environmentally safe) fluid waste streams. You will also be responsible for tracking and inputting data into manual and digital forms as well as maintaining records of performance.
• Managing personnel schedules and workload to meet customer requirements
• Collaborating with coworkers and management on policies and procedures
• Installing & removing wash equipment on jet engines
• Preparing company equipment for operations (inspecting & servicing equipment, etc.)
• Operating equipment safely and identifying anomalies
• Collecting waste and properly disposing of the waste stream
• Collecting on-site data & inputting data into forms
• Coordinating schedules for aircraft availability
• Proactively and effectively communicating with customers and internally with other teammates and leadership
• Perform preventative and repair maintenance on mechanical equipment
• Maintaining an extremely professional attitude, communication style, appearance and overall service delivery

Requirements:
• 7+ years of military or commercial experience in mechanical industry (aviation experience preferred)
• 2 years leadership position (preferred)
• Initiative, drive and autonomy
• Valid driver’s license
• Ability to pass a DOT physical
• Ability to pass and maintain a clear background and frequent/random drug tests
• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. regularly
• Proven excellence following and maintaining safety precautions while working around large commercial equipment
• Proven experience in innovating processes to increase revenue, delivery times and/or an enhanced customer experience



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Senior Building Engineer
Job Ref: # EB-9011645227
Date Posted: 6/21/2024 10:26:28 AM
City, State: Redmond, WA
Category: Realestate
Salary: $95,000 - $95,000

Job Description

Building Engineer (Critical Environment)
Location: Redmond Washington
Shift: 4 day / 10 hour; 5AM - 2:30PM Sunday-Wednesday or Wednesday-Saturday. Must be able to work weekends as needed
Compensation: $80-85k
Benefits: - Benefits start 1st of the month following your hire date: Standard medical, dental, vision, 401k matching ½ of 1% up to 6%, PTO program, uniforms and tools are paid for. First year of employment - 15 Days of PTO. Year 1 - 4 of employment 20 days of PTO. Internal advancement available after 6 month mark
Travel: 10% or less usually, more would be needed in the event of emergencies, not a requirement.
Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
As a Critical Environment Building Engineer, you will be responsible for monitoring, maintaining and repairing building system operations and the performance of various areas including plumbing, electrical, painting, roofing, heating, and cooling. This position is apart Engineering and Technical Services job function and is responsible for providing support, preventive maintenance, and repairs on equipment and systems.

Responsibilities:
• Perform maintenance and repairs to the mechanical, plumbing, structural, furniture, fire, life safety, and control systems. Keep facility and building systems up to applicable standards as assigned.
• Comply with all applicable codes, regulations, governmental agency, and company directives related to building operations and work safety.
• Maintain an energy management program.
• Ensure all systems operate in the most efficient manner.
• Assist with the implementation of a preventive maintenance program to ensure that building machinery and systems meet or exceed their rated life.
• Perform emergency repairs as needed.
• Follow departmental policies for the safe storage, usage, and disposal of hazardous materials. Maintain a clean and safe workplace.
• Review inspection to building systems including fire alarms, HVAC, and plumbing to ensure operation of equipment is within design capabilities and achieves environmental conditions prescribed by client.
• Apply in-depth knowledge of standard principles and techniques/procedures to accomplish complex assignments and provide innovative solutions.
• Coach others and share in-depth knowledge of own job discipline and broad knowledge of several job disciplines within the function.
• Lead by example and model behaviors that are consistent with the company RISE values.
• Work to build consensus and convince others to reach an agreement.
• Impact a range of customer, operational, project or service activities within own team and other related teams.
• Work within broad guidelines and policies and explain difficult or sensitive information

Requirements:
• Clean driving record
• High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
• Minimum of five (5) years of related experience and/or trade school training.
• Engineering experience that focuses on HVAC and Electrical.
• Clean Room and/or Controlled / Critical Environment experience preferred.
• EL-06A, EL-07, or EL-01 electrical trainee license required.
• Electrical Safety training and/or license is a plus. NFPA-70E certification is preferred.



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Senior Electronics Technician
Job Ref: # EB-1552399389
Date Posted: 6/20/2024 2:00:00 PM
City, State: Everett, WA
Category: Energy
Salary: $40 - $45

Job Description

Title: Senior Electronics Technician
Location: Everett, WA
Shift: M-F 8-5:30
Compensation: $40-45/hr
Benefits: Company offers a comprehensive range of benefits and perks, designed to support healthy, fulfilling lives as we tackle the challenge of harnessing fusion power for a clean energy future. Benefits become effective on the first day of the month coinciding with or immediately following your start date.
Travel: None
Relocation: Yes

Position Description:

The Engineering Technician will support the build, maintenance, and operation of experimental fusion energy devices. Responsibilities include assembling and installing mechanical and electrical systems, troubleshooting issues, and working closely with engineers to improve systems and processes. You will be a hands-on contributor to the development of cutting-edge fusion technology.

Veteran profiles: Nuke EM, and Nuke ET.
Responsibilities:
• Support the build, assembly, operation, and testing of PCBA and control systems required for running a fusion machine and multiple test systems
• Help with the identification, installation, and implementation of test equipment, instrumentation, and data acquisition systems
• Help create minor subassemblies and test components focused on PCBAs, pulse power electronics, electrical systems, and fast prototypes
• Troubleshoot, inspect, repair, and service Electronics assemblies, PCBAs, and pulsed power test systems
• Create, organize, and maintain electronic component and consumables inventory
• Be responsible for preventative maintenance and calibration of lab equipment
Education/Experience:
• 5+ years of experience in a research, fabrication, or test lab
• Read and interpret electrical schematics and interconnects
• Solder, reflow, rework and repair PCBAs to IPC standards such as IPC-A-610, IPC-A-620, IPC J-STD-001, IPC-7711/7721
• Experience with electronic troubleshooting and using standard benchtop tools like oscilloscopes, Eloads, FRA, Arb waveform generators, pulse generators, spectrum analyzers, DVMs
• Experience with Microsoft Suite, schematic capture, and PCB design software



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R&D Engineer
Job Ref: # EB-4930608414
Date Posted: 6/20/2024 1:50:58 PM
City, State: Everett, WA
Category: Energy
Salary: $120,000 - $164,000

Job Description

Title: R&D Engineer, RadCon
Location: Everett, WA
Shift: $120 - $164k
Compensation:
Benefits: Company offers a comprehensive range of benefits and perks, designed to support healthy, fulfilling lives as we tackle the challenge of harnessing fusion power for a clean energy future. Benefits become effective on the first day of the month coinciding with or immediately following your start date.
Travel: None
Relocation: none

Position Description:

As an R&D Engineer with radiological controls experience the purpose is to bring the most powerful, controlled pulsed-fusion device ever constructed online with the goal of generating electrical power. When operational, our fusion power plant will generate low energy neutrons as a bi-product and will work controls and exposure limits planning and has translatable fusion experience to help accomplish company’s goals.

Veteran profiles: Nuke Officer
Responsibilities:
• Complete a training program and qualify as an operator of company's prototype fusion machine
• Safely operate and control pulsed power, high-energy mega joule capacitor systems
• Author and develop fusion prototype operating procedures and create experimental test plans
• Support Polaris tests including test set up, checkouts, and commissioning of Polaris subsystems
• Plan test team post testing re-entry procedures and set stay time limits to accomplish machine inspection and maintenance in concert with exposure limits and ALARA
• Work with large-scale vacuum systems, including vacuum cycling quartz vacuum chambers that are 1+ meters in diameter
• Work with neutron and gamma radiation monitoring equipment
• Learn and understand plasma physics, including how to create FRC's
• Support development of LabView-based and PXIe-NI chassis-based control systems including GUI modifications for improved operator situational awareness and human error prevention
• Collaborate with the Radiation Safety and Nuclear Science department to implement radiation worker standards and training
• Participate in test data reviews
Education/Experience:
• B.S. or higher in aerospace or mechanical engineering, physics, or related field of study and 4+ years of relevant experience
• Demonstrated ability and desire to rapidly learn new systems
• Track record of safely operating a highly complex machine in a high consequence operational environment
• Experience planning and conducting maintenance in a radiation environment
• Experience with radiological controls including stay time, work controls, and exposure planning
• Previous occupational exposure to ionizing radiation
• Knowledge of types and effects of ionizing radiation, and ability to quickly estimate dose
• Experience working on high power plasma devices or high voltage capacitor and power supplies



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Industrial Electrician
Job Ref: # EB-1669514719
Date Posted: 6/20/2024 9:13:00 AM
City, State: Seatle, WA
Category: Industrial
Salary: $40 - $58

Job Description

Position Details:

Title: Electrician
Location: Seattle, WA
Shift: Days – will expect to convert to rotating on and off schedule once completion of Melt Shop is completed Compensation: Non-exempt with O/T and bonus. Compensation range is $85k - $120k+ depending on experience and qualifications.
Benefits: Profit sharing, 401(k). Medical and dental coverage. Tuition reimbursement and scholarship/educational disbursements. LTD, life insurance, and vacation are also provided. Travel: None
Vaccine Requirement: Not required
Position Description:
The company is accepting applications for the position of Industrial Electrician. Industrial Electricians work for and report to the Electrical Lead and the Electrical Supervisor in either the Melt Shop or Rolling Mill.
Electricians must be committed to their own personal safety as well as the safety of others around them. Electricians are required to troubleshoot complex electrical and mechanical systems, while working individually or as a part of a team with other maintenance and production personnel. Industrial Electricians must be able to function safely in a high stress environment and will be responsible for maintaining all production and auxiliary support equipment in a craftsmanlike manner. Our mission is to take care of our customers by being the safest, highest quality, lowest cost, most productive and most profitable steel, and steel products company in the world.
Requirements:
• At least 5 years of experience as an industrial electrician or similar professional craft
• DC overhead cranes experience/aptitude y
• AC and DC Motors experience/aptitude
• Variable Speed Drives experience/aptitude
• Programmable Logic Controls experience/aptitude
• Motor Controls and Distribution Systems experience/aptitude
• Mechanical aptitude, including pneumatics, hydraulics, welding, etc.



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System Software Engineer I
Job Ref: # EB-1175888426
Date Posted: 6/19/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Seattle, WA
Category: HVAC
Salary: $31 - $37

Job Description

Position Details
Title: System Software Engineer I
Location: Renton, WA
Shift: Mon-Fri 1st Shift
Compensation: $31-$37/hour + OT
Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision insurance, 401K, holidays & PTO, 100% employee-stock ownership, Truck + Gas Travel: Mostly local travel within Seattle. Less than 25% overnight travel (~5 days/ month require overnight) Vaccine Requirement: No
Position Description:
The SSE1 position requires the individual to apply their basic technical knowledge and any prior experience for the support of project start up, commissioning and troubleshooting activities. In addition, this position will be responsible for field assisting of engineering, programming, graphics and closeout documentation activities for each project.

The position requires a basic and proficient level of computer skills and understanding of computer-operated systems. Additionally, the individual is required to closely interact with the Project Manager and/or assigned Project Engineer in the timely completion of each project.
Requirements:
• Associates degree in a technical field or 2-5 years of related work experience in building automation systems or military technician experience.
• Strong mechanical aptitude and any technical school training.
• Working knowledge of MS Office, Windows, File Structure. Basic TCP/IP network structure and web navigation are desired.
• Must be highly organized and possess the ability to work in a high paced environment with the ability to y
prioritize tasks to meet the schedules given by leadership.
• Must possess a valid driver’s license.
• Must regularly lift and /or move up to 30 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
• While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms.



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Skillbridge - Military Base Recruiter (Navy)
Job Ref: # EB-7135676358
Date Posted: 6/3/2024 10:47:41 PM
City, State: Seattle, WA
Category: Services
Salary: $60,000 - $100,000

Job Description

Are you a transitioning military servicemember seeking a Skillbridge program? Orion Talent has a Skillbridge opening in Seattle WA for a Military Base Recruiter. Ideal candidate would have experience from the Navy with a technical rating.

Orion Talent provides best-in-class talent solutions enabling our customers to build winning teams today and into the future. We power talent needs through our rich network of highly sought-after military candidates and veterans.

Our HireSkills solution connects transitioning military members seeking a Skillbridge Internship / Career Skills Program (CSP) with Workforce Partners across the nation. Our Workforce Partners represent companies looking to build largescale talent pipelines with Future Ready veterans by upskilling and reskilling these men and women with workplace relevant knowledge and advanced skills.

Position: Military Base Recruiter (Navy)
In this role you are responsible for the execution of recruiting initiatives, programs, and partnerships that drive talent attraction strategies within a specific military market or installation. You will work in partnership with Internal Program Managers, Marketing, and Leadership to drive military and adjacent candidate talent pools that help meet targeted headcount requirements.

Ideal Candidate: Someone who is passionate about assisting military veterans early in their career transition process. Someone who will enjoy working with installation and unit commanders to educate and consult on HireSkills.
Job Responsibilities:
? Drive outreach and engagement activities to support Workforce Partners Future Ready Veterans military internship strategy.
? Develop excellent relationships with external partners, military bases, and transition/veteran centers on
military installations to promote Orion Talent’s HireSkills brand and find unique ways to attract candidates.
? Assess talent markets while developing and executing recruitment strategies, programs, and tools that support business objectives.
? Market Skill bridge programs with transition services for each Military Branch.
? Build candidate pipelines and develop local networks to ensure constant flow of qualified candidates using a
variety of sources, including direct sourcing utilizing social media and network contacts, internet postings, database searches and community outreach initiatives to create diverse candidate pools.
? Build long-term, value-added relationships with passive and active prospects, including managing candidate communities, providing meaningful experiences during the identification and attraction processes, and maintaining relationships with candidates not selected.
? In partnership with Field Recruiting Teams, oversee and drive participation in national military events and recruiting conferences.

Qualifications:
? Experience with recruiting or training veterans and engaging with various military programs, partnerships, platforms, and leadership, including sourcing and assessing diverse, high demand candidates
? Ability to utilize creative sourcing techniques, including network organizations, social media, and referrals
? Ability to work independently, handle multiple projects, tasks, and meet deadlines
? Ability to make decisions and work collaboratively with others to solve problems
? Ability to prioritize and effectively organize
? Ability to analyze and interpret data
? Ability to effectively present information to management


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Orion Talent Military Hiring Conference - Seattle WA - June 20-21, 2024
Job Ref: # EB-2060127939
Date Posted: 6/3/2024 9:55:54 PM
City, State: Seattle, WA
Category: Services
Salary: $50,000 - $100,000

Job Description

Orion Talent Military Hiring Conference - Seattle WA - June 20-21, 2024

If you’re a current or recently transitioning veteran with a strong technical background with experience in electronic, electrical, and/or mechanical systems, this event will provide you with a unique opportunity to interview with national companies in a variety of technical industries such as medical, power generation, manufacturing, semiconductor, telecommunications, and automation/robotics.

This event is open to active-duty military members seeking Skillbridge internships!

About the Hiring Conference:
The Hiring Conference provides you the opportunity to interview with different companies from a variety of different industries including (but not limited to) energy, oil & gas, medical, semiconductor, telecommunications, automation/robotics, and manufacturing. Companies such as Bridgestone Firestone, Hitachi, Honeywell, Intel, Motorola, Siemens, and SpaceX.

A Hiring Conference is the best opportunity to interview with several companies committed to the hiring process in just a few days. This event is not a Job Fair. Attendance is by invitation only, and you will have private interviews with Hiring Managers that are pre-arranged based on your background and preferences, allowing you to research the company and industry beforehand.

At a Hiring Conference, interviews are pre-coordinated. Hiring Conferences are two day events to ensure the selected candidates are successful in the interview process. We offer a full day of interview preparation, briefings on the interviewing companies and positions (often times presented by the hiring managers themselves), and opportunities for you to network with other job seekers as well as the client companies.

Some of the positions available are:
Maintenance Supervisors
Maintenance Planners
Maintenance Technicians
Plant Operations Technicians
Installation Technicians (Worldwide travel)
Instrument Technicians
Field Service Engineers
Test Technicians

Event Agenda:
Interview Preparation Seminar – Advice about the interview process, basic interviewing techniques, sample interview questions, and an open group discussion about interviewing.
Company Briefing Seminar - Information about the interviewing companies, managers, positions, and salaries.
Company Presentations – 30-minute informative presentation given by each company about the position for which they will be conducting interviews.
Networking Reception – You are provided with the opportunity to meet the interviewers and learn their personality/style in a relaxed informal setting. Orion Talent will provide appetizers and drinks.
Formal Job Interviews – Formal interviews based on the company’s interest as well as your background, experience, and geographical preference.


To confirm or get more information: Contact Jay Koranda, Vice President of Recruiting - jkoranda@oriontalent.com


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Building Engineer (Critical Environment)
Job Ref: # EB-9925248628
Date Posted: 5/24/2024 8:41:03 AM
City, State: Redmond, WA
Category: Realestate
Salary: $80,000 - $85,000

Job Description

Building Engineer (Critical Environment)
Location: Redmond Washington
Shift: 4 day / 10 hour; 5AM - 2:30PM Sunday-Wednesday or Wednesday-Saturday. Must be able to work weekends as needed
Compensation: $80-85k
Benefits: - Benefits start 1st of the month following your hire date: Standard medical, dental, vision, 401k matching ½ of 1% up to 6%, PTO program, uniforms and tools are paid for. First year of employment - 15 Days of PTO. Year 1 - 4 of employment 20 days of PTO. Internal advancement available after 6 month mark
Travel: 10% or less usually, more would be needed in the event of emergencies, not a requirement.
Vaccine Requirement: None

Position Description:
As a Critical Environment Building Engineer, you will be responsible for monitoring, maintaining and repairing building system operations and the performance of various areas including plumbing, electrical, painting, roofing, heating, and cooling. This position is apart Engineering and Technical Services job function and is responsible for providing support, preventive maintenance, and repairs on equipment and systems.

Responsibilities:
• Perform maintenance and repairs to the mechanical, plumbing, structural, furniture, fire, life safety, and control systems. Keep facility and building systems up to applicable standards as assigned.
• Comply with all applicable codes, regulations, governmental agency, and company directives related to building operations and work safety.
• Maintain an energy management program.
• Ensure all systems operate in the most efficient manner.
• Assist with the implementation of a preventive maintenance program to ensure that building machinery and systems meet or exceed their rated life.
• Perform emergency repairs as needed.
• Follow departmental policies for the safe storage, usage, and disposal of hazardous materials. Maintain a clean and safe workplace.
• Review inspection to building systems including fire alarms, HVAC, and plumbing to ensure operation of equipment is within design capabilities and achieves environmental conditions prescribed by client.
• Apply in-depth knowledge of standard principles and techniques/procedures to accomplish complex assignments and provide innovative solutions.
• Coach others and share in-depth knowledge of own job discipline and broad knowledge of several job disciplines within the function.
• Lead by example and model behaviors that are consistent with RISE values.
• Work to build consensus and convince others to reach an agreement.
• Impact a range of customer, operational, project or service activities within own team and other related teams.
• Work within broad guidelines and policies and explain difficult or sensitive information

Requirements:
• Clean driving record
• High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
• Minimum of five (5) years of related experience and/or trade school training.
• Engineering experience that focuses on HVAC and Electrical.
• Clean Room and/or Controlled / Critical Environment experience preferred.
• EL-06A, EL-07, or EL-01 electrical trainee license required.
• Electrical Safety training and/or license is a plus. NFPA-70E certification is preferred.




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Service Technician
Job Ref: # EB-2035673677
Date Posted: 5/21/2024 8:22:10 AM
City, State: Tacoma, WA
Category: Energy
Salary: $30 - $33

Job Description

Orion Talent, the nation’s largest military recruiting firm, is currently recruiting transitioning or former military professionals for a Service Technician position with the nation’s leader in Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) production and distribution.

Position Details
Location: Tacoma, WA
Salary: $30-$33/hr with OT
Shift: M-F, 7:00am to 3:00pm. Overtime possible, not guaranteed.
Travel: Daily travel is required. Company truck provided with gas card.
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k (with match), Company Truck (take home), fuel card, boot allowance, Various Insurances (Life, A&D, Pet), PTO + Holidays
Equity: Employee Stock Purchase Plan

Position Description
As a Service Technician, you will be working an entry level service technician role at a national natural gas company. The company is changing the way the world fuels its vehicles by providing renewable natural gas for heavy duty trucks, buses, and other large vehicles. You will inspect, maintain, and perform minor to moderate repairs on CNG and/or LNG fueling equipment, including compressors, dispensers, priority panels, dryers, storage tanks and other related equipment. Duties will include:
• Inspect, maintain, and adjust electrical equipment such as but not limited to electrical wiring, conduit, panels, switch gear, switches, gauges, transducers, solenoids, gas dryers, actuators, motors, meters, frequency drives and controls for safe and proper operating condition.
• Inspect, maintain, and adjust mechanical equipment such as but not limited to, compressors pumps, engines, intercoolers, after coolers, heat exchangers, piping, tubing, fittings, filters, traps, gas dryers, fasteners, valves, and actuators for safe and proper operating condition.

Position Requirements
• High School Diploma (preferred) or equivalent plus a minimum of 4 years of related or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Working knowledge of Mechanical and Electrical systems. Must have basic computer knowledge, especially using service software.
• Strong working knowledge and be able to demonstrate ability to diagnose and repair electrical problems such as current overloads, ground faults, open circuits, and faulty relay logic, also should be able to monitor, check and correct phase imbalances, current draw, low voltage power supply’s, pressure transmitters, relay logic and programmable logic control operation.
• Strong working knowledge and be able to demonstrate the ability to diagnose and repair such mechanical problems as high- and low-pressure gas flow restrictions, interstage gas compressor temperatures and pressures, pressure regulator variance and should have a strong understanding and be able to monitor, interpret, check, and correct operational trends in reciprocating and screw type gas compressors.
• Must possess basic set of tools prior to first day, list provided in initial interview.


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Chief Building Engineer Supervisor
Job Ref: # EB-1945816489
Date Posted: 5/7/2024 11:32:43 AM
City, State: Redmond, WA
Category: Realestate
Salary: $105,000 - $105,000

Job Description

Title: Chief Building Engineer Supervisor
Location: Redmond Washington
Shift:6:00am-2:30pm M-F but can vary
Compensation: $105k Annually + 10% Annual bonus
Benefits: - Benefits start 1st of the month following your hire date: Standard medical, dental, vision, 401k matching ½ of 1% up to 6%, PTO program, uniforms and tools are paid for. First year of employment - 15 Days of PTO. Year 1 - 4 of employment 20 days of PTO. Internal advancement available after 6 month mark
Travel: 10% or less usually only to Puget Sound
Vaccine Requirement: None
Veteran Profile:Senior Nuke EM or Active Building Engineers with leadership

Position Description:
As a Chief Building Engineer Supervisor, you will supervise the team responsible for planning, coordinating, and managing ongoing maintenance and repair operations for a facility, a campus, or a portfolio of buildings.
This job is part of the Engineering and Technical Services job function. They are responsible for providing support, preventive maintenance, and repairs on equipment and systems.

Responsibilities:
• Track the training and development of staff. Conduct performance evaluations and provide coaching opportunities. Oversee the recruiting and hiring of new employees.
• Coordinate and manage the team's daily activities. Establish work schedules, assign tasks, and cross-train staff. Set and track staff and department deadlines. Mentor and coach as needed.
• Develop, implement, and communicate preventive maintenance programs and safety procedure manuals.
• Ensure that the mechanics and technicians have the proper information and materials about assignments to complete work activities in a high-quality and timely fashion.
• Develop material and labor cost estimates for work orders, preventative maintenance activities, systems, and construction projects.
• Establish and maintain budgets for facilities maintenance.
• Respond to emergency situations and ask for help when needed.
• Apply advanced knowledge to seek and develop new, better methods for accomplishing both individual and department objectives.
• Showcase expertise in own job discipline and in-depth knowledge of other job disciplines within the organization function.
• Coach others to develop in-depth knowledge and expertise in most or all areas within the function.
• Lead by example and model behaviors that are consistent with Company values. Anticipates potential objections and persuades others, often at senior levels and of divergent interest, to adopt a different point of view.
• Impact the achievement of customer, operational, project, or service objectives across multi-discipline teams. Work is guided by functional policies which impact the design of procedures and policies.
• Contribute to new products, processes, standards, and/or operational plans in support of achieving functional goals.
• Communicate difficult and complex ideas with the ability to influence.

Requirements:
• High School Diploma, GED, or trade school diploma with 5-8 years of job-related experience. In lieu of a diploma, a combination of experience and education will be considered. Prior shift manager or supervisory experience preferred.
• The innovative mentality to develop methods that go beyond existing solutions.
• Ability to solve unique problems using standard and innovative solutions having a broad impact on the business.
• In-depth knowledge of Microsoft Office products. Examples include Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.
• Expert organizational skills with an advanced inquisitive mindset.
• Highly sophisticated math skills. Ability to calculate somewhat complex figures such as percentages, fractions, and other financial-related calculations.



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Field Service Technician
Job Ref: # EB-1957507348
Date Posted: 4/26/2024 8:00:00 AM
City, State: Bellingham, WA
Category: Oil & Gas
Salary: $80,000 - $87,000

Job Description

Position Details: Field Service Tech
• Location: Bellingham WA/Seattle WA (30-45 minutes of each in the direction)
• Shift: M-F-8 hours shifts, 5 days a week pending active outages/projects
• Travel: covers a plant in Elma, WA- Must travel to site in Elma 1-2 times every 2 weeks.
• Compensation: $80k - $87k + Overtime pay on top of salary- When on call over the weekend you'll be paid out $75 per day (up to $7,800 per year), plus a minimum of 4 hours of O/T at 1.5X your hourly rate for any service call. Company pickup truck provided that may be used for daily commuting (~$14k yearly value according to AAA). Timecard Pay Clock begins when you leave your house and ends when you arrive home (daily).
• Benefits: Comprehensive health, dental, vision, and so much more
• Vaccine Requirement: None
Position Description:
The On-Site Air Separation Field Service Technician is responsible for the safe, reliable, and efficient operation of the Seattle, WA and Elma, WA plants. The plant is located on a customer location. The technician must be able to produce results with minimal supervision and has primary responsibility for their assigned plants. The technician is supported through managerial supervision, lead technicians, engineers, sales, and other technical support. The technician will travel to support locations outside the assigned area and may be asked to assist in training and development. The technician makes decisions which require coordination of interrelated tasks. The employee develops conceptual solutions to moderately difficult, non-routine issues/problems and provides guidance on planning and technical leadership of projects.
Responsibilities:
• Maintain safety, quality, and compliance activities at each assigned plant location
• Perform routine maintenance and calibrations on a variety of industrial plant equipment
• Troubleshoot and diagnose plant issues
• Manage site operations with minimal supervision to meet product specifications er production efficiency
• Coordinate contractors and resources, both internal and external to Company, to support plant maintenance and audits
• Review and interpret process er instrumentation diagrams and schematic wiring diagrams
• Complete self-guided training assignments er activities to advance comprehension of the position's responsibilities
• Manage procurement, purchasing and billing for the plant
• Maintain a safe, clean, and organized facility
• Drive a service truck up to 2 or 3 hours per day and up to 8 hours on occasion
• Occasionally assist or direct the training and development of new employees
SKILLS and ABILITIES:
• Safety awareness and procedures
• Safe driving
• Troubleshooting and diagnostics
• Maintenance and repairs
• Process understanding, process control schematic interpretation
• Computers, Microsoft applications, process control computer systems (HMI), maintenance and compliance documentation
• Communications, both verbal and written
• Quality controls, analyzers
• Organization and time management
• Procurement processes

Experience:
2-5 years of Operations experience highly desirable in many of the following fields:

• High school diploma required; Associate degree in technical field preferred
• Experience in air separation plant technology, compressors, pumps, and/or process/manufacturing operations is preferred
• Mechanical &/or electrical troubleshooting aptitude required
• Background in instrumentation, including the ability to measure, control, and analyze variables using specialized mechanical or electronic devices
• Must be on call during weekdays and for weekends (weekends are paid); coverage rotates among area personnel
• Must occasionally travel for training and operations support activities
• Must be able to push, pull, move and/or lift a minimum of 75 pounds



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Project Manager
Job Ref: # EB-1937431836
Date Posted: 3/12/2024 12:34:48 PM
City, State: Richland, WA
Category: Engineering
Salary: $110,000 - $130,000

Job Description

Position Details:
Title: Project Manager
Location: Richland, WA
Shift: Day Shift, M - F
Compensation: $110K - $130k DOEQ
Benefits: Relocation support provided on case-by-case basis. Standard benefits including medical, dental, paid-time-off, 401K, and more.
Travel: None.
Vaccine Requirement: not required.

Position Description:
• Support sales team in review, evaluation, and development of resource estimates for project proposals.
• Manage fabrication and testing projects from inception through delivery, including planning, procurement, manufacturing, testing, packaging, and delivery.
• Developing detailed project schedules that reflect resource availability, customer needs, and company priorities.
• Interface with clients in a concise professional manner.
• Work closely with internal resources to ensure Quality, Cost, and Schedule performance of the project.
• Lead projection execution team to anticipate and resolve problems/issues that impact the success of assigned projects.
• Ability to work safely in office and shop environments and have a safety focus in all aspects of assigned roles.
• Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
• Able to effectively work with and communicate with customers and staff.

Requirements:
• Demonstrated experience managing fabrication and testing projects.
• Demonstrated experience balancing priorities to achieve desired business outcomes.
• Demonstrated history of working effectively on teams comprised of Engineers, Technicians, and Craftspeople.
• Technical degree preferred but not required.

Preferred Qualifications & Attributes:
• Project management experience with Department of Energy Projects.
• Expertise in some portion of fabrication, testing, and inspection methods.
• Broad understanding of industrial fabrication means and methods, including welding processes and fabrication equipment.
• Self-starter with the ability to focus on project needs and delivery schedules while supporting business objectives.
• Demonstrated ability to manage project scope, schedule, and budget.
• Willingness to take on new challenges and learn new skills while contributing to project teams.



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Mechanic
Job Ref: # EB-5499907287
Date Posted: 3/3/2023 3:34:34 PM
City, State: Seattle, WA
Category: Manufacturing
Salary: $100,000 - $100,000

Job Description

Position Details:

Title: Mechanic

Location: Seattle, WA

Shift: Varies – 3 crew schedules (rotating on and off)

Compensation: Non-exempt with O/T. You can expect to make above over $100k with O/T. Average bonus has been about 140%.

Benefits: Profit sharing, 401(k). Medical and dental coverage. Tuition reimbursement and scholarship/educational disbursements. LTD, life insurance, and vacation are also provided.

Travel: None

Vaccine Requirement: Not required

Position Description:
The successful candidate will possess a working knowledge of mechanical principles and practical experience as it relates to the mechanical maintenance function. The maintenance mechanic will provide mechanical support to the production team while being responsible for the diagnosis and repair of all mechanical equipment. This job requires the ability to work a flexible schedule, including overtime, rotating shifts and weekends. Safety is the most important part of all jobs within the company; therefore, candidates must be able to demonstrate the ability to initiate, lead, and uphold safety policies, practices, procedures, and housekeeping standards at all times.

Requirements:
• Minimum of five years of experience in Industrial maintenance or related field
• Welding and fabrication skills, technical math skills & basic computer skills
• Experience with industrial hydraulics is a plus
• Thorough understanding of mechanical principles
• Ability to read hydraulic, structural, and pneumatic schematics
• Comprehend the importance of a preventative based maintenance program

Company Description:
Our client is the largest steel producer in the United States with a production capacity of over 26 million tons. They employ over 25,000 people worldwide. They are also North America’s largest recycler, saving 19.2 million tons of steel from landfills each year. Located just over the West Seattle Bridge, produces mainly reinforcing bar and is Washington state’s largest recycler. It is also one of the most efficient and sustainable steel mills in the world. Our mission is to take care of our customers by being the safest, highest quality, lowest cost, most productive and most profitable steel and steel products company in the world. They are committed to doing this while being cultural and environmental stewards in the communities where they live and work.





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