Tri-Cities, Washington – With over 4000 employees, PNNL’s main campus is in Richland, Washington— adjacent to the Columbia River and part of the greater Tri-Cities area which includes Richland, Pasco, and Kennewick. As we expand, we are thoughtfully investing in our facilities, instruments, and capabilities by working with the Department of Energy and our researchers to develop the right strategy to continue to advance discovery in the decades to come.View Openings
Seattle, Washington – Our Seattle Office is home to an unmatched concentration of research and policy experts spanning the national security, energy, and environmental space. Situated in Seattle’s bustling Innovation District, there are over 180 employees, as well as interns and postdoctoral research associates, delivering courageous discovery and innovation in areas such as global security, computational and data analytics, coastal sciences, energy, and environmental research.View Openings
Portland, Oregon – Located in the heart of downtown Portland, within walking distance of shops, restaurants, and hotels, the Portland Office supports the Laboratory's mission and vision in the area of energy science and technology. With 35 employees primarily working within the Energy and Environment Directorate, it also supports significant projects in the area of environmental technology with special emphasis on marine sciences, natural resources – hydrology, and ecology.View Openings
Sequim, Washington – The Marine and Coastal Research Laboratory (MCRL) located in Sequim is the U.S. Department of Energy’s only marine research facility. Situated on the Olympic Peninsula in the shadow of the Olympic Mountains, Sequim is uniquely positioned for marine-based research. There are over 60 employees at the Sequim Office focused on helping the nation achieve sustainable energy, a sustaining environment, and coastal security.View Openings
College Park, Maryland – The College Park Office is home to the Joint Global Change Research Institute where 45 PNNL employees are partnering with the University of Maryland. A mix of researchers, graduates and post-doc assistants are working together on a broad range of national and international collaborations focused on research, modeling and integrated analyses at the interface of human, energy, and environmental systems.View Openings
Anywhere, USA – When onsite facilities are not required to perform a role, we offer remote working options to support employee’s preferences and to enable our people to do their work where they work best! Currently over 600 employees have chosen remote locations across the USA. With the use of technology, along with a supportive culture, all employees are empowered to do their best work, wherever they are.View Openings
The hybrid workplace is designed to support a distributed workforce of staff working on campus, in remote locations (typically from home, but not always), or a combination of the two. By embracing four core principles: Mission Impact, Culture and Belonging, Planned Flexibility, and Equipped Leaders, we maintain our ability to deliver on mission outcomes and all staff, regardless of location, benefit from the byproducts of better communication, mentoring, and enhanced flexibility.
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