Help us create our tomorrow.
Do you want to put your education and technical expertise to work at a company that gives you plenty of room to grow? At Xcel Energy you will find a range of exciting technical positions that will allow you to maximize your skills and talents.
Our engineering roles are located throughout our service territory in power plants, distribution and transmission facilities, and at our corporate offices. We look for engineers who are good listeners, critical thinkers and capable of working both independently and as part of a team. If you have top-notch technical skills and want to build a rewarding, long-term career with a stable company, check out our current openings below.
Find Your Fit
We offer a range of opportunities for many kinds of engineers: electrical, mechanical, chemical, civil and environmental.
As an engineer at Xcel Energy, your work will have a direct impact on the lives of everyone in the community. And you won’t need to be tied to one area. Half of our workforce is eligible to retire within the next 10 years so if you’re interested in trying something new, there will be plenty of opportunities to explore new challenges in engineering or in leadership roles.
Electrical Engineers are experts on all the electrical equipment and systems the company uses. They solve electrical engineering problems and help decide what electrical equipment the company should buy.
Mechanical Engineers work in our power plants on all the mechanical equipment and systems the company uses. They make detailed drawings of these systems and help decide what mechanical equipment the company should buy.
Chemical and Environmental Engineers
Our Chemical Engineers and Environmental Engineers keep track of state and federal environmental rules, help reduce power plant emissions and make sure company projects are done in a way that does not harm the environment. They work to prevent spills or other accidents and respond to emergencies.
Civil Engineers plan and supervise large construction projects such as dams, buildings, pipelines and roads. They work to build strong, safe structures, solve construction problems, and help decide what equipment to buy.