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If you are ambitious, resourceful, and creative, check out Sunbelt Controls. We are regularly looking for this type of individual to join our team. Whether you’re interested in areas of design engineering, project management, construction or service, Sunbelt Controls has opportunities for you to increase your skills as you grow in both responsibility and income.

What’s great about working at Sunbelt Controls is that we’re a big enough company to be a leader in Automated Controls contracting in California, the Pacific Northwest, and the Southwest U.S., but as a 100% employee-owned ESOP, we’re a private company with a family-oriented feel. Together, the employees of Sunbelt Controls are comprised of intelligent, dedicated, and entrepreneurial team members who put customers first and enjoy what they do.

To learn more about what Sunbelt Controls offers its employees when they join the team, see our Benefits section.

If you are a potential intern, graduating senior, or a recent Mechanical Engineering graduate, please see our Campus Recruiting section to find a career fair near you.


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