...a community-owned and governed utility, created to provide safe, reliable and cost-based electric and wholesale telecommunication services...
Applications for employment will generally be accepted only when there is an opening within the PUD and only from individuals who are qualified for open positions. From time-to-time, when it is determined that certain positions are difficult to fill because of a shortage of qualified persons, applications and resumes will be accepted and retained prior to the occurrence of an opening.Download the Employment Applications (PDF File)
Mail applications to:
Mason County PUD No. 3
Human Resources Department
P. O. Box 2148
Shelton, WA 98584
You may FAX the application to (360) 426-8547
Applications may also be obtained at the PUD's Shelton and Belfair offices or may be requested by mail at: Mason County PUD No. 3, Human Resources Department, P. O. Box 2148, Shelton, WA 98584
FLAGGER: Part-time, on-call positions within the utility are available from time-to-time when additions or replacements to the flagging pool are needed. Applicants must be willing to work on an on-call basis, maintain a current flagging card issued by the state of Washington, maintain a current CPR/First Aid card and perform all flagging duties required to maintain a safe and efficient work area for PUD crews.
JOURNEYMAN LINEMEN: All applicants must hold a journeyman lineman’s card, be able to pass a physical examination, a written technical knowledge examination and a practical test, possess or be able to obtain a Washington state class “A” commercial driver’s license in order to operate utility trucks and have a good driving record. Successful applicants must be willing to live within 30 minutes of operations headquarters and be available for after-hours call out. If you would like to check on the status of your application please call the Human Resources Department at (360) 426-8255 ext. 5246
STUDENT TRAINEE: Part-time positions within the utility are available from time-to-time for full-time high school or college students. Position duties range from clerical to laborer. The student employment program at the PUD is designed to afford practical experience in the workplace, encourage continuing education and to assist with educational expenses.
Mason County Public Utility District No. 3 (PUD 3) is fully committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity for all of its employees and applicants for employment in a manner that is fully consistent with applicable local, state and federal laws and Union agreements, while developing the highest attainable qualifications in its personnel.
There is no intent on the part of PUD 3 to make any limitation, specification or discrimination unless based upon bona fide occupational qualifications. Nothing in this statement should be construed as policy that would in any way discriminate against any employee or applicant whose job-related qualifications are superior to those of another.
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