Job Links

We have put together some internet links that we hope you'll find helpful! 

 

 

Biotechnology

·        Alder Biopharmaceuticals (Bothell)

·        Atossa Genetics – breast health

·        Dendreon — immunotherapeutics 

·        Juno Therapeutics

·        Seattle Genetics (Bothell)

·        ZymoGenetics — therapeutic protein

Computer hardware

·        Cray Inc. — supercomputers

·        F5 Networks — application delivery controllers

Conglomerates

·        Vulcan Inc.

Consulting

·        Alvarez and Marsal — 

·        Avanade — business and technology consulting and information technology consulting

·        Slalom Consulting — management consulting and information technology consulting

Design

·        ClearSign Combustion

Financial

·        Capital One Investing

·        Gravity Payments

·        Moss Adams

·        Russell Investments

·        Seattle Credit Union

·        Washington Federal Savings

Food and beverage

·        American Seafoods — management company for fishing vessels in the Bering Sea

·        Beecher's Handmade Cheese

·        Caffe Vita Coffee Roasting Company — coffee retailer

·        Darigold — dairy agricultural marketing cooperative

·        Jones Soda — soft drink maker

·        Pagliacci Pizza — pizza restaurant chain

·        Seattle's Best Coffee

·        Starbucks — coffee retailer and coffeehouse chain

·        Theo Chocolate — organic and fair trade chocolate manufacturer

·        Trident Seafoods — management company for fishing vessels in the Bering Sea

·        Tully's Coffee — coffee retailer and wholesaler

·        Uwajimaya — Asian supermarket

Healthcare

·        Center for Infectious Disease Research

·        Emeritus Senior Living

·        Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

·        Northwest Kidney Centers

·        PATH

·        The Polyclinic

Insurance

·        Group Health Cooperative — health care organization

·        PEMCO — auto, home, boat, and life insurance

·        Safeco — property insurance

·        Trupanion — pet insurance

Intellectual property

·        Getty Images — stock photography

·        Intellectual Ventures — patent assertion hedge fund

Internet

·        Allrecipes.com — online recipe service and forum

·        Amazon.com — retail

·        Avvo — legal services search

·        BuddyTV — TV news, second screen technology (Business closed)

·        Cheezburger — operates many humor web blogs such as I Can Has Cheezburger? and FAIL Blog

·        Classmates.com — social networking service

·        DomainTools.com — DNS research and monitoring tools

·        eNotes.com — educational resource service

·        ExtraHop Networks — network analysis appliance maker

·        F5 Networks — application delivery controllers

·        findwell — online real estate brokerage

·        Groundspeak — operators of Geocaching.com

·        Leafly — cannabis information

·        Moz — search engine optimization

·        Onvia — government business intelligence portal

·        Panopto — video content management

·        PayScale — global employee compensation database

·        Penny Arcade — webcomic

·        Porch — home services platform

·        RealNetworks — software

·        Redfin — online real estate brokerage

·        Smartsheet — SaaS work collaboration software

·        Soundrangers — online sound effects and music

·        Sporcle — online trivia

·        Tableau Software — data visualization

·        Thrift Books — retail

·        Turbo (formerly Spoon) — application virtualization

·        WhitePages.com — online people search, reverse phone & address lookup, and business search

·        Zillow.com — real estate information service

Law

·        Davis Wright Tremaine

·        Lane Powell

·        Perkins Coie

Manufacturing

·        Cutter & Buck — golf apparel

·        Filson — outdoor apparel

·        Pacific Coast Feather Company — bedding

·        Vigor Shipyards — shipbuilding

Pet Care

·        Rover.com — dog boarding and dog walking

Property and architecture

·        Bassetti Architects — architectural firm

·        Callison — architectural firm

·        Diamond Parking — parking lots

·        Howard S. Wright Companies — construction

·        John L. Scott — real estate brokerage

·        Johnson Braund Design Group — design and architectural firm

·        Miller Hull Partnership – architecture and planning

·        Mithun — architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, planning and urban design

·        NBBJ — architectural firm

·        Plum Creek Timber — timber

·        Sellen Construction

·        Weber Thompson — architectural firm

·        Windermere Real Estate — real estate brokerage

Public relations

·        Waggener Edstrom — public relations

Publishing

·        Bilingual Books, Inc. — foreign language books and computer software

·        Fantagraphics Books — comics and graphic novels

·        Mountaineers Books — non-fiction books

·        Sasquatch Books — non-fiction books

Record labels

·        Barsuk Records

·        Sub Pop — Fleet FoxesFoalsBeach HouseThe Postal ServiceFlight of the ConchordsNo AgeWolf Parade, and The Shins

·        Tooth & Nail Records

Retail

·        Amazon.com

·        AttachmateWRQ — networking

·        Babeland (formerly Toys in Babeland) — sex toys

·        Bartell Drugs

·        Blue Nile Inc — diamonds

·        Brooks Sports — athletic apparel

·        Car Toys — automobile audio equipment and cell phones

·        Cascade Designs — outdoor apparel

·        Cequint

·        Indix — product intelligence database

·        Julep- cosmetics and personal care

·        K2 Sports — sporting goods and apparel

·        NetMotion Wireless — Mobile VPN Solution

·        Nordstrom — apparel

·        The Omni Group — develops software for the Mac OS X platform

·        Outdoor Research — apparel

·        PCC Natural Markets — supermarket

·        QFC — supermarket chain

·        RealNetworks — Internet

·        Rhapsody — online music service

·        Sur La Table — cookware

·        Tommy Bahama — apparel

·        Zumiez — action sports

·        Zulily - apparel and housewares

Sports, leisure and entertainment

·        Professional Bowlers Association — sanctioning body for the sport of professional ten-pin bowling

·        Puzzle Break - the first American-based live escape room company

Transportation

·        Aero Controls Inc.

·        Ambassadors International — cruise ships

·        Expeditors International — logistics

·        Holland America Line — cruise ships

·        Saltchuk — transportation and logistics

·        Windstar Cruises — cruise ships

Video games

·        Arenanet — Guild Wars franchise

·        Big Fish Games — casual games

·        PopCap — casual games

·        Sucker Punch Productions — Sly Cooper and Infamous franchise

·        Undead Labs — State of Decay games

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Alaska Airlines headquarters in SeaTac

Microsoft 

Other large or well-known interstate or international companies popularly associated with Seattle are actually based in other Puget Sound cities:

·        Alaska Air GroupAlaska Airlines, and Horizon Air — SeaTac

·        ArenaNet — Bellevue

·        Bungie — Bellevue

·        Classmates.com — Renton

·        Clearwire — Bellevue

·        Concur Technologies — Bellevue

·        Costco — Issaquah (founded in Seattle)

·        drugstore.com — Bellevue

·        Eddie Bauer — Bellevue (founded in Seattle)

·        eNom — Kirkland

·        Expedia Group — Bellevue

·        INRIX — Kirkland

·        Intelius — Bellevue

·        Microsoft — Redmond

·        msnbc.com — Redmond

·        MulvannyG2 Architecture — Bellevue

·        Nintendo of America — Redmond

·        Oberto Sausage Company — Kent

·        Outerwall (formerly Coinstar) — Bellevue

·        PACCAR — Bellevue

·        Premera Blue Cross — Mountlake Terrace

·        Puget Sound Energy — Bellevue

·        Raleigh USA — Kent

·        R.E.I. — Kent (founded in Seattle)

·        Savers/Value Village — Bellevue

·        Sucker Punch Productions — Bellevue

·        T-Mobile US — Bellevue

·        Talking Rain — Preston

Companies formerly headquartered in Seattle

·        Airborne Express (ground operations acquired by DHLPlantation, Florida; air operations spun off as ABX AirWilmington, Ohio)

·        Associated Grocers (acquired by Unified Western Grocers of Los Angeles)

·        Boeing (now in Chicago, Illinois)

·        The Bon Marché (owned by Macy's, Inc.Cincinnati, Ohio; name changed to Bon-Macy's in 2003; rebranded as Macy's in 2005)

·        Cinnabon (acquired by FOCUS Brands, Inc.Atlanta, Georgia)

·        Corixa — immunotherapeutics, closed in 2006

·        Costco (now in Issaquah, Washington)

·        Eddie Bauer (now in Bellevue, Washington)

·        Ernst Home Centers (liquidated following unsuccessful bankruptcy filing in 1996)

·        Frederick & Nelson (went out of business in 1992)

·        Immunex (acquired by AmgenThousand Oaks, California)

·        Muzak (now in Fort Mill, South Carolina)

·        MyLackey.com (defunct)

·        Rainier Brewing Company (now owned by Pabst Brewing CompanyMilwaukee, Wisconsin)

·        Red Robin Gourmet Burgers (now in Greenwood Village, Colorado)

·        REI (now in Kent, Washington)

·        Safeco (acquired by Liberty Mutual)

·        Seafirst Bank (acquired by Bank of America)

·        Shurgard Storage Centers (acquired by Public Storage)

·        Speakeasy, Inc. (acquired by Best Buy in 2007 and merged with MegaPath in 2010)

·        Surreal Software (acquired by Midway Games)

·        United Airlines (now in Chicago)

·        United Parcel Service (now in Louisville , Kentucky)

·        Washington Mutual (failed in 2008, acquired by JPMorgan Chase)

·        World Vision (now in Federal Way, Washington)

·        Zulily (acquired by Liberty Interactive)

Currently based in Bellevue

·        5th Cell - video game developer; created Scribblenauts and Drawn to Life

·        Apptio - developer of software used to evaluate and manage portfolios of IT investments through an integrated view of IT cost, performance, supply, and demand

·        ArenaNet - PC game developer of Guild Wars series; many ArenaNet employees formerly worked for Blizzard Entertainment

·        Baratza - coffee grinder company

·        Bungie - video game studio known for the popular Halo and Destiny franchises

·        Concur Technologies - offers online integrated travel and expense management for businesses; relocated its headquarters in 2013 from Redmond to the Key Center building

·        Dreambox - online elementary and middle school math software; headquartered in downtown Bellevue

·        Drugstore.com - online pharmacy and information site for health, beauty, wellness, personal care, and pharmacy products

·        Eddie Bauer - relocated its headquarters from Redmond to a 28-story office tower at Lincoln Square, which was completed in mid-2007; shares the tower with Microsoft'sNorth American sales headquarters

·        Esterline - publicly traded company that designs, manufactures, and markets specialty products primarily for aerospace and defense customers

·        Expedia, Inc. - online travel company, which occupies Tower 333 (renamed the Expedia building) beginning November 2008

·        GlobalScholar - an operating unit of Scantron

·        InfoSpace - a growing Internet private-label search engine and online directory that survived the dot.com bust of the 1990s; reemerging in the mid-2000s with a mobile entertainment offering

·        Intellectual Ventures - a growing intellectual property investment company, prominently featured in the book Superfreakonomics

·        MulvannyG2 Architecture - moved to Seattle in 2015; now called MG2; the headquarters for the international architectural firm working with both commercial and mixed use projects

·        Orahealth Corporation - pharmaceutical manufacturer specializing in oral health care products

·        Outerwall - owner and operator of coin-exchanging and movie rental kiosks found in supermarkets

·        Paccar Inc - world's third-largest producer of heavy duty Class 8 trucks (semis) sold under the KenworthPeterbiltDAF and Leyland nameplates

·        The Pokémon Company International - North American headquarters for US operations for marketing and licensing the Pokémon franchise

·        QFC - Quality Food Centers; headquartered in Bellevue; a Washington and Oregon chain of upscale grocery stores (a wholly owned subsidiary of Kroger)

·        Savers - operators of the Value Village thrift store chain

·        Sucker Punch Productions - Sony game developer which produced Sly CooperInFamous, and Rocket: Robot on Wheels

·        Symetra - life insurance company

·        T-Mobile USA - headquarters for their US operations are located in Factoria, a neighborhood of Bellevue; operates a nationwide 4G LTE network; Bellevue's second-largest employer, with over 4,800 employees on the campus [1] and America's third largest mobile carrier.

·        Unify Square - unified communications technology company; founded and headquartered in Bellevue

·        Valve - computer software/video games developer responsible for PC game client Steam, and best-selling games such as the Half-Life series, Portal series, and Team Fortress 2

·        WizKids - non-electronic game developer producing everything from collectible miniatures games to board games

Based in Redmond

·        AT&T Wireless

·        Data I/O

·        Edmark

·        HipSoft

·        Hyperlite

·        Mac & Jack's Brewing Company

·        Microsoft

·        343 Industries game studio

·        Good Science Studio game studio

·        Launchworks game studio

·        Microsoft Studios game studio

·        Turn 10 Studios

·        Paizo Publishing

·        Physio-Control

·        WildTangent

Major branches and subsidiaries in Redmond

·        AT&T Mobility (formerly Cingular, headquartered in Redmond)

·        Genie (subsidiary of Terex since 2002, formerly Genie Industries headquartered in Redmond)

·        Nintendo of America (subsidiary of Nintendo)

·        Wargaming Seattle (subsidiary of Cyprus-based Wargaming, formerly Gas Powered Games headquartered in Redmond)

Currently based in Kirkland

·        343 Industries (moving 2016)[1]

·        Acumatica

·        ATG Stores

·        bgC3

·        Bluetooth Special Interest Group

·        Donuts

·        Griptonite Games

·        Icom Incorporated

·        INRIX

·        Kenworth

·        Lancs Industries

·        LTC Financial Partners

·        Monolith Productions

·        RAD Game Tools

·        Tableau Software[1]

·        Wave Broadband

·        WaveDivision Holdings (parent company of Astound Broadband and Wave Broadband)

Formerly based in Kirkland

·        Bungie (moved to Bellevue)

·        Clearwire (moved to Bellevue)

·        Costco (moved to Issaquah)

·        Hale's Ales (moved to Ballard)

·        Seattle Seahawks (moved to Renton)

·        Terabeam (moved to San Jose)

·        Valve Corporation (moved to Bellevue)

Branches based in Kirkland

·        Google (currently expanding to three 60,000 sq ft (5,600 m2) concrete office buildings over a common parking garage of 170,000 sq ft (16,000 m2), located in the Houghton area of Kirkland)[2]

·        IBM (FileNet)

·        Microsoft (located in the Parkplace Center area)

·        GoDaddy

 

 

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