Reno is Engineering!
Engineer Your Career with an Abundant Lifestyle
From entry-level to executive level, there are over 250 open engineering positions in Greater Reno-Sparks- Tahoe. Connect with our WhyReno.org Relationship Manager and she will help you find your next big thing.
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“I first came to Reno to study engineering at UNR almost two decades ago. After graduation, I started working at Reno Engineering where the president kept
saying ‘everyone is a vice president.’ He meant that everyone was responsible for representing the company’s services, and the company still believes the philosophy.”
– Su Normura, Vice President, Reno Engineering
“I always knew that I wanted to be in Reno. There’s always Food Truck Friday’s, different Festivals to go to, all sorts of things going on around town. And I love that I can bike to MidTown, stop for lunch and go to a yoga studio, take my dog everywhere, and do lots of outdoor things as well. I am a frequenter of Tahoe – hiking, mountain biking, swimming, anything.”
– Abby Chitwood, Battery Engineer, Panasonic Energy of North America
“One of the great things about Reno is that, since you have the benefits of city and all the outdoors so close, you can enjoy weekend activities every day. And, a great thing about having such a fun and interesting job is that when the work day ends at 3:30, I’m usually feeling energized and ready to hit the trails, head to the river, lake, downtown, or pick up on projects. It’s easy to actively enjoy and make the most of life here. I’m a volunteer ‘hiking buddy’ at the local humane society and after work will often pick up a dog and take it out for the rest of the day. We’ll hop on a trail into downtown for socializing on the Riverwalk, or into the hills to see the wild horses or the Hunter Creek waterfall. I have beautiful mountain views in every direction, have an easy commute, and can take off right from my yard on my bike, mule, running shoes, or 4×4 onto miles of BLM trails.”
– Lindsey Wilson, Senior Manufacturing Engineer, Hamilton Company