Jefferson County PUD provides electric, water, sewer and broadband services for nearly 20,000 customers in beautiful Jefferson County, WA, and employs more than 50 individuals in a variety of roles, from line workers, to water distribution managers, administrative support staff, customer service representatives, accountants, engineers and more. Employees receive a comprehensive benefits package including family medical, dental and vision coverage, paid holidays, limited matching of 457(b) deferred compensation contributions, and participation in the Washington State Public Employees Retirement Plan.
Requirements for Employment at Jefferson County PUD
All employees are required to live within a certain distance from the PUD’s headquarters, based on the position’s job duties. Please view the job description to learn more about our residency requirement.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS/REQUEST ASSISTANCE
Jefferson County PUD is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. As part of this commitment, the PUD will ensure that applicants with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, please contact our Human Resources department at HR@jeffpud.org or 360-379-5838.
About Jefferson County and Port Townsend
Jefferson County PUD’s service territory is located on the northeast corner of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Nestled between the snowy peaks of the Olympic National Park and the deep saltwater of the Salish Sea, Jefferson County’s abundant shoreline, temperate climate and evergreen forests make it a beautiful place to work, live, and recreate.
Jefferson County has a renowned cultural scene, with multiple arts festivals and numerous food and drink venues. It is also home to a large community of wooden boat builders, sailors, and enthusiasts. With a total population of 30,000, there is plenty of opportunity to engage with community or enjoy a quiet walk on the beach or in the woods.