For more than 100 years, we have delivered safe, clean, and reliable power and water to the Eugene-Springfield area. EWEB’s service area covers 236 square miles with a population of more than 200,000 people, including major institutions such as the University of Oregon. We are a community-owned, not for profit utility. Employing approximately 500 people, EWEB serves the people of Eugene by embodying core values of safety, reliability, responsibility and community.
Keeping the lights on and the water flowing is takes people doing many different jobs: skilled trade workers, information technology specialists, engineers, customer service representatives, administrative support, mechanics, energy specialists and many other professions.
We believe part of what makes EWEB a great place to work is our commitment to diversity and inclusion. We respect, value and embrace differences of culture, education, experience, physical ability and perspectives. We are looking for people who share in our commitment to diversity and inclusion and have a passion to serve EWEB's customer-owners.
In 2022 EWEB became one of just over 50 organizations nationwide to be given National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Total Worker Health® Affiliate status. The Total Worker Health program aims to foster an integrated approach to protecting and promoting worker well-being through collaborations with academic, labor, nonprofit, and government organizations. EWEB's wellness program features a subsidy for gym memberships, health risk appraisals, on-site physical therapy, and lifestyle programs focused on diabetes, weight loss, stress management, nutrition, and more.
A healthy workplace, competitive pay and comprehensive benefits make EWEB a great place to work. We're looking for talented people to bring new ideas and fresh thinking to our team. Check out our current openings.Search jobs
Our benefits package is designed to help our employees stay healthy and plan for their financial futures. We offer competitive pay, health and dental plans, income protection, paid time off, retirement and savings plans and much more.
Pictured: EWEB water utility lead Ryan Kelly was out in the cold with his crew who’d just finished patching a water pipe. Learn more.Summary of Benefits
Oregon's second most populous city, Eugene is just one hour from both the coast and the mountains and a short two-hour drive to Portland. Home of the Oregon Ducks and Track Town USA, recreation and sporting opportunities abound, from hiking and running, to camping, fishing and skiing. As a culinary destination, Eugene offers an abundance of locally produced foods, wines and craft beers. A mid-size town with easy commutes, temperate climate, and a mix of arts and culture, Eugene is great place to live, work and play! Learn more about relocating to Eugene.
Pictured: Eugene skyline with a view of Spencer Butte, part of Eugene's 2,000-acre Ridgeline Trail system.
Here in the Pacific Northwest, we are fortunate to have access to some of the cleanest, most reliable power in the nation. About 90% of EWEB’s annual energy comes from carbon-free resources and we’re committed to doing even better. EWEB’s Climate Change Policy targets over 95% of annual energy from carbon-free resources by 2030.
It takes skilled, dedicated individuals to power our community—from restoring power after natural disasters to modernizing the grid and planning how to meet future electricity needs.
Join our team of engineers and skilled trade professionals and help build a smarter, cleaner, and more resilient energy future.
Learn more about careers in electric energy.
Pictured: Terry McDonald of St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County and Juan Serpa Muñoz of EWEB stand beside one of the EVs in EWEB's electric car-sharing program. Learn more.
Clean water is vital to public health, safety and the economy. We are hard at work making sure safe, reliable water continues to flow even as critical infrastructure ages and new challenges arise. In addition to programs aimed at protecting water at the source, we are renovating our filtration plant, replacing water mains, rebuilding water storage facilities, improving water pump stations, developing neighborhood emergency water stations and planning for alternative water sources.
When you work for a water utility, you enjoy more than a good, stable job. You get the satisfaction of benefiting your community to ensure a good quality of life for generations to come. Learn more about careers in the water industry.
Pictured: EWEB Engineer Laura Farthing on the jobsite of one of Eugene's latest water reliability projects. Learn more.
We're proud of our people! We don't just work here; we also live here and raise our families here.
Since the first meeting of the Eugene Water Board in 1911, our mission has been to serve our community.