We're always in need of passionate individuals looking to make a difference in the way we travel around the region.

Beginning Oct. 15, 2021, Sound Transit will require all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. This requirement extends to all exempt and nonexempt employees. We provide an accommodations process for those who cannot be vaccinated for medical or religious reasons. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination by time of hire is a condition of employment – not a condition of applying or interviewing for jobs with Sound Transit. Please contact Lorena Jones in our Total Rewards team with any questions related to the vaccine requirement or accommodations.

As we navigate our way through the Covid-19 crisis, safety is our top concern for our candidates, employees and the public. For many of our employees, we’ve implemented a temporary work from home policy. For job candidates, know that we are taking extra steps to keep you safe and have shifted all in-person interviews to be conducted virtually for the foreseeable future. Thank you, and stay safe.   

Transform the region with us.

Yes, it’s a big ask, but at Sound Transit, we are all about going big. We are working on the largest system expansion effort in the country and connecting more people to more places. We are also committed to doing things the right way by creating equitable opportunities for all and providing continued career growth and development. So if you’re looking for a meaningful career where you can “go big” and truly make a difference, you’ve come to the right place.

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Please note that outside of Tacoma Link, Sound Transit does not handle employment opportunities for Light Rail Vehicle Operators and Light Rail Vehicle Maintenance Technicians. Those positions are managed by our partner King County Metro.

Bus Operator positions are managed by our partner agencies, King County Metro, Pierce Transit and Community Transit. Visit their websites for more information.

Equal treatment for all

At Sound Transit, we believe that a diverse workforce and an inclusive environment where all voices are heard are what makes us a better, stronger, more innovative and creative company.  Differing backgrounds, cultures, perspectives and beliefs gives us a richer and more empowered workforce. We strive to cultivate a work environment that is high-performing and compassionate, where all have equitable opportunities to grow and succeed, and each employee brings their authentic selves to do their best work to accomplish our mission.

As an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, we are committed and passionate about recruiting and retaining people of color, women, and other groups, especially in underrepresented fields.

Sound Transit Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement