Employment Opportunities

Relocate to Spokane Valley

Ready for a job change? Tired of a long commute? Want to live where you can afford to buy a home?

Spokane Valley is home to numerous employers that have job opportunities in manufacturing and wholesale distribution, aerospace, information technology, healthcare, financial services, agriculture, restaurant and retail, and small-niche businesses. These companies are seeking skilled employees who are willing to relocate for a better job or improved lifestyle.

Manufacturing production drives the economy of Washington. It accounts for 14.4% of total output in the state. In 2021, the state was home to 268,000 manufacturing employees. Spokane Valley is home to several advanced manufacturers and wholesalers in the following industries: metals, plastics, machinery, auto and food production.

In addition, Washington State is a world leader in aerospace and related manufacturing production, and produces more than 1,400 aircraft and unmanned aerial systems annually, as well as nearly 90% of all commercial aircraft in North America. Increasingly, the city host a small but expanding aerospace industry that is well connected to and complements the larger industry on the western side of the state. To learn more about the city's manufacturers, select from the sidebar menu or contact the city's Economic Development Division.

Resources for Employees

WorkSource Washington

WorkSource Washington is a statewide partnership of state, local and nonprofit agencies that provides an array of employment and training services to job seekers in Washington. Customers access services electronically through the WorkSource Washington website or through a network of more than 60 WorkSource centers, affiliates and connection sites. Last year, WorkSource professionals helped some 170,000 workers and nearly 5,600 Washington employers.

Workforce Training & Education Board Website

The Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board is a partnership of labor, business and government dedicated to helping individuals obtain and succeed in family-wage jobs, while meeting employers' needs for skilled workers. Learn more about their programs.

There's a reason why people are making the move to Spokane Valley. Are you ready to make your move?