Rosendin

Professionals

A Place to Grow

Whether you’re a recent grad or a seasoned professional, you can experience meaningful career growth at Rosendin. Enjoy a true sense of ownership as you work with a proven industry leader on some of the most exciting and high-profile projects in the nation. We offer a wide range of job opportunities, competitive compensation, full benefits, an Employee Stock Ownership Plan and more.

Check our open positions, and if you find a good fit, submit your application through our website.

Top 5

Rated as one of the Top-5 Places to Work in the San Francisco Bay Area

70

Ranked among the 70 Best Companies to work for by Fortune Magazine

95%

The percentage of our employees who say this is a Great Place to Work

Passionate. Committed. Proud.

Kyle S.

Yard Manager

Stephen K.

Assistant Project Manager

Shannon H.

Project Manager

Robert J.

Division Manager

Tony O.

Safety Manager

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.

In 1997, I was working for a supply house and heard the benefits at Rosendin were better than what I was currently getting, and I’ve been here ever since. It is rare to hear about a company that cares so much about their employees, and how every action we take affects them, but everyone you work with here has one goal in mind, getting the task done. Being an employee-owner means that the decisions I make affect my future and the future of my fellow employees. That makes me put a bit extra into each decision made.

Kyle S.
Yard Manager
California

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

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 have worked for Rosendin in Texas and Oregon and we have the best people and culture in the industry, hands down. The best part is the people that I get to work with every day. Relocating to Oregon was a big move for myself and my family, but the way the team welcomed us and into the community was above and beyond what was expected. Being an employee-owner shows in the pride and quality that our people bring every day.

Robert J.
Division Manager
Oregon

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

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