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Engineering a better world is more than a career. It's a calling. 

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in employment with Coffman Engineers. To apply for an opening, select an office and position from the list below. You will be directed to our on-line application and will have the opportunity to attach additional information at the end of the process.

If you are experiencing problems applying through our system, please try again using a different browser or an updated version of your current browser. If that doesn't work, please contact us directly.

Once you have completed the application you will receive an e-mail to let you know that we have received your information and are beginning our review process. That email will provide a link that will bring you back to this page in order to complete two voluntary forms which we are required to offer to every applicant for employment: Voluntary Self-Identification of Disability and Voluntary Self-Identification (gender, race and veteran status). These forms collect information to help us in our affirmative action program and we appreciate your response (although it is not required).

Disability Inclusion Starts With You (video)

Disability Accommodations

If you are unable to complete our on-line application process, or if you need assistance to do so, please call us. We provide reasonable accommodation to all job applicants.

Current Openings

We currently have job openings in the following underlined office locations. See above for information on how to apply and what to do if you need an accommodation.

Coffman Engineers is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer of Minorities/Females/Vets/Disabled.

Coffman Engineers participates in the E-Verify program.

Contact us

Anchorage, Alaska

Hagatna, Guam

Honolulu, Hawaii

Los Angeles, California

Oakland, California

Seattle, Washington

Spokane, Washington

Voted one of Washington's Best Places to Work in 2009 by Puget Sound Journal of Business.

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