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You’re a Part of Something Here

The safety of Rosendin’s employees, clients, partners, and community members is a value that has been a part of our history for more than 100 years. At the heart of what we do is our core value: We Care. This Core Value is built upon integrity and the creation of an environment where our people are empowered to work safely, be their best selves and respect each other. Rosendin is committed to our unwavering focus to Care, Share, Listen, Innovate, and Excel.

In the light of the uncertainties presented by Covid-19, however, we are temporarily pausing all recruitment. As the threat posed by the coronavirus begins to level off Rosendin is well-positioned for a rapid recovery and as such we will be leading the industry’s recovery. Please continue to review our website for updates and career opportunities as we look to hire industry-leading talent in a range of disciplines including Project Management, Estimating, Engineering, Safety, and more.

Thank you for your ongoing support as we work together to make the best decisions for all our employees, families, and communities. It is not just about our success but recognizing that we do not succeed unless we do our part to support our families, communities, and our nation.

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From Combat Boots to Hardhats

Rosendin is proud to employ some of our nation’s finest military men and women, in a variety of positions. Whether actively serving or honored veterans, they embody a unique spirit that makes our team stronger. We thank them all for their sacrifice.

Navy

John B.

Project Executive

Marine Corps

David V.

Apprentice

Army

Jeff W.

Senior Project Manager

Army

Kenneth B.

Regional Safety Director

Marine Corps

James M.

Senior Director of Cybersecurity & Compliance

Marine Corps

Dillon O.

BIM Modeler

Navy

Nick C.

Assistant Project Manager

Navy

Norman D.

BIM Modeler

Army

Zachariah S.

BIM Coordinator

Navy

Vinnie S.

Area Superintendent

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“Everyone is so welcoming and they try to train well. The ESOP is great and overall a place to call family.”

“Amazing intern program with great pay in a company full of growth and opportunities for those with or without experience. Rosendin has a valuable culture they set forth and understand the commitment it takes to recruit the best employees by giving those interested in the industry an opportunity to intern with them. The amount of knowledge and experience I obtained through their intern program, will be very valuable for me in my future career.”

“Great Culture and Work-life balance. Great People and lost of projects. Retirement, Employee Stock is a plus. Benefits are great. Encourages Growth and Learning.”

“An Employee Owned Company that puts everything into Building people and relationships.”

“Large company, seeking intelligent projects, room to grow with-in the company as long as work is available. Various aspects of the electrical industry is a plus.”

“I have a great safety team in Maryland office. 1. Always willing to help 2. Push me to get better everyday. 3. Empowered to take control of projects 4. They put value into interns (not just busy work being forced on me).”

“ESOP, great work environment. Great people.”

“Opportunities for professional growth, excellent pay, travel opportunities, focus on employee work/life balance.”

“Great Environment Coworkers and PM’s always willing to help Division Managers are extremely helpful.”

“Rosendin cares a lot about their employees and will provide amenities in the work place to make working there more enjoyable. -Everyone’s contributions are valued and there are many experienced workers to learn from. -The work life balance is quite good compared to other companies.”

“Rosendin is a wonderful place to work. The people I have worked with have all been very kind, patient, and informative. From my boss to my coworkers, everyone has taken the time to really teach me what I needed to know. As long as you put in the effort to learn, people are willing to help you to be successful.”

Information for Recruiters and Agencies/Staffing Firms

The Rosendin Electric Human Resources Department is the focal point for all recruiting and hiring at Rosendin Electric. If your agency/staffing firm is interested in establishing a relationship with Rosendin Electric, we require that you work directly with our HR Department.

We do not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or agencies/staffing firms. Resumes are only accepted from recruiters and agency/staffing firms if a signed agreement is in place at the inception of the recruiting effort and authorized for a specified position.

All unsolicited resumes submitted for a current posting will be considered the property of Rosendin Electric. Rosendin Electric is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.

I truly enjoy waking up each day and working alongside such amazing people. Management support here is unlike any place I’ve worked before. Our employees are empowered to take charge of their careers, and tools are provided to allow everyone to achieve success. Additionally, there is an emphasis on the importance of a healthy work-life balance which is important to me with small children at home. I take comfort in the reality that we are all in this together. I get to work for a company where everyone is quite literally working together for the greater good of the entire company.

Angela R.
Division Manager
California

Whether we’re going through our prequalifications, that we’re actually putting in the budget that it’s going to take a certain level of safety or even putting a full-time safety professional on there. Just making sure that they have the training, tools, material that they need to safely person their tasks.

Tony O.
Safety Manager
Texas

Starting in high school I was working IT Helpdesk and in college, I worked both in IT as well as construction. After graduating I took a job as a Project Engineer for a large General Contractor. In my time working there they implemented a new ERP system and I joined that team combining my knowledge of IT and Construction. I’ve stayed in IT ever since and in 2019 became Rosendin’s CIO.

Matt L.
Chief Information Officer
California

The most surprising part about being a woman in construction is that the acceptance has changed from when I started to now. It’s much easier to jump in with everybody and be accepted.

Jenica B.
Division Manager
California

Before I started full-time with Rosendin, I interned for two years. My internship helped me to get hands-on experience with writing RFIs, doing submittals, and reading drawings and documentation that we didn’t necessarily cover in class. I decided to stay with Rosendin because I felt like everyone was really trying to help me do better. I have a mentor, and I have someone that gives me goals and expectations to get to the next step.

Shannon H.
Project Manager
Virginia

“I went through the Intern Boot Camp at Rosendin’s Headquarters in California in 2015 and there were no more than 15 total interns that attended. At the end of my internship, I went back to school and took a few weeks to think things over, and before the next career fair even started I had already accepted a full-time position with Rosendin as an Assistant Project Manager. As a whole, the company has been awesome so far and I see a lot of things that are headed in the right direction with always looking forward, willingness to change, and at the same time a willingness to change something if there is a better way to do it. Rosendin allows their interns to fit best to the path that they want.

Kevin C.
Project Manager
Virginia

I started in construction as a summer help with the Union. They had me moving pipe, inventorying things, all the grunt work that they had out there. The transition from working in the field to an intern in the office was happening while I was in the field. My plan from the beginning was to use that experience and knowledge and take that next step into actually interning and then make it my full-time job. When I knew I wanted to work full-time with Rosendin was a couple of weeks into the internship. I really liked how the company was run and I was getting a lot of guidance from people that I worked with. As an intern, the first task I had was a feeder log. It was pretty intensive and it felt like I was actually contributing to something that they used going forward in the project. The fact that they, while checking me, allowed me to do something important and integral to what we were doing out there sparked my interest.

Stephen K.
Assistant Project Manager
Virginia

Working at Rosendin has been a great learning experience. I love working with the people, Rosendin cares, safety is a virtue, and at Rosendin you’re part of a family. As an employee-owned company, we have a bigger investment in the success of the company, it’s personal. Pride and responsibility come with being an employee-owner.

Shari Z.
Safety Manager
California

The culture at Rosendin makes you feel like a family. The work-life balance is perfect here. We work hard, but there is plenty of play to keep an even balance. I love that Rosendin stands strong by our Core Values. Being an ESOP company, each employee understands that they have a job, and to do this job correctly, it needs to include our Core Values. Everyone holds everyone accountable because we all love seeing our ESOP grow! Everything I do daily, I think about how it affects our ESOP. Being an employee-owner helps drive me to better Rosendin as a whole by thinking outside the box and getting creative to stay ahead of the competition.

Rick H.
Preconstruction Manager
California

The construction industry is one of the most exciting careers to be in. I’ve had great experiences in the office and on job sites and have been trained and mentored by the best in their field. It’s extremely gratifying when you work with a great team who have the same mission to set out and build great things.

Josephine V.
VB Systems Director
California

Working in an industry that is primarily filled with men has given me the extra drive and motivation to take on a leadership role in the industry. My position has helped me learn how to work with different talents and come together as a team to resolve any issues. I encourage all women to tackle any fears they have entering the construction industry as it has opened up so many doors for me.

Erika H.
BIM Modeler
Arizona

At Rosendin, I am able to learn and grow both personally and professionally. Employees on both the field and office side have helped me learn so much about electrical construction. The time people have taken out of their schedules to help me be successful has made me feel valued as both an employee and as an individual. As employee-owners, the people take more ownership of their careers and the success of the organization. There is a sense of comradery that we are all in this together. Success is not just about the individual, it is about the success of all employees as well as the organization.

Kayla H.
Training Coordinator
California

“My time in the Navy taught me the importance of respect for others, teamwork, empowerment and most importantly the trust in others. I also learned from my leaders in the Navy the importance and understanding of empowerment. Whether it is as a Foreman out in the field or a Project Manager in the office, a good leader empowers and challenges their team to take on the tasks they have been trained to do so that they can learn from their experiences so that they feel as though they are part of the success and/or failure of an operation.”

John B.
Project Executive
Navy
Arizona

“My military experience taught me to adapt and overcome, whether its the project location, weather, or even different personalities. I always try to make the best of any situation. Working for Rosendin has been a great experience. The company’s Safety Program is the best in the industry and I know I will be asked to work in an unsafe condition.”

David V.
Apprentice
Marine Corps
California

“The military taught me discipline, how to take orders, how to work as a team, how to give orders, and how to be a leader.”

Jeff W.
Senior Project Manager
Army
Texas

“My military experience helps me with discipline and structure [and] with meeting goals and setting expectations for myself and others. I received a military discharge from the army and did not have an idea of what I wanted to do for myself. So, I decided to start as an electrical material handler, after doing that for a few years I decided to go into the electrical apprentice program and became an electrician. After, working as an electrician for eight years, then I went into safety. Now, I am a senior safety manager for Rosendin.”

Kenneth B.
Regional Safety Director
Army
Maryland

James served in the United States Marine Corps, serving tours of duty with Third Surveillance Reconnaissance Intelligence Group (overseas deployment) and Marine Security Guard Battalion. He was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal while serving as the Operations Chief at Marine Security Guard Battalion in Quantico, Virginia.

“Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference in the world. But, the Marines don’t have that problem.” ― Ronald Reagan

James M.
Senior Director of Cybersecurity & Compliance
Marine Corps
California

“The United States Marine Corps gave me the tools required to manage a large workload in an efficient manner.”

Dillon O.
BIM Modeler
Marine Corps
Arizona

“The Navy has taught me a great number of life skills that have helped me in my current role with Rosendin. I learned extensively from day one to keep attention to detail in all aspects of my life. In time, I began to realize the larger value in perfecting all the small and seemingly meaningless tasks. Paying attention to the details holds value in business as well. It helps solve problems by finding the root cause of issues, it can prevent unnecessary mistakes, and it can help improve existing processes to make them more efficient. My experiences in the Navy have also helped me by improving my ability to work under high-stress environments without losing focus and accomplishing the goal. Being able to adapt and overcome hardships has made my transition to Rosendin a seamless one.”

Nick C.
Assistant Project Manager
Navy
California

“My time in the Navy prepared me to deal with whatever life could throw at me.”

Norman D.
BIM Modeler
Navy
Texas

“Nothing I have done in the military has ever NOT applied to my time spent with Rosendin The challenges I face today have all benefited from my time spent in the service.”

Zachariah S.
BIM Coordinator
Army
Arizona

“What I learned most from being in the military that transferred over to my career is the attention to detail, the ability to follow and carry out orders from superiors, an insane notion to love others and most importantly, that every person has a voice in the process. I am proud to have served my country and give thanks to those that have given the ultimate sacrifice in protection of the freedom Americans come to claim without want.”

Vinnie S.
Area Superintendent
Navy
Oregon

State Licenses (By Office)

Office License(s)
Anaheim, CA 142881
Hillsboro, OR CCB#103939
Las Vegas, NV 011435
Phoenix, AZ (BIM Office) ROC034937R-11
ROC105241C-11
ROC111444A-17
ROC158637B-1
ROC158638A
Prineville, OR CCB#103939
Sacramento, CA 142881
San Francisco, CA 142881
San Jose, CA (Corp HQ) 142881
Tempe, AZ ROC034937R-11
ROC105241C-11
ROC111444A-17
ROC158637B-1
ROC158638A
Texas 20807