Join us at Pillar Properties in Seattle, Washington

Careers at Pillar Properties


Do you want to build something remarkable?!

  We hate to brag but we think this is a pretty great place to work and we have the chops to back it up.

          Quietly Awesome - our customer service mantra - can only be found in those pursuing something greater than a 9-to-5 gig. It’s a philosophy of balancing humility with ambition – constantly seeking to improve people’s way of life -  finding solutions to problems we haven’t faced yet. When it would be easy to say, “we have no policy for that,” we instead say “we’ll invent a new way.”

          We are on the list of Seattle Business Magazine's Washington's 100 Best Companies to Work For AND the Puget Sound Business Journal roster of Washington's Best Workplaces (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)

Careers at Pillar Properties 

Current Openings

We offer our team members:

  • Fun, family oriented work environment in a stable, growing company!
  • Diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture that creates a true sense of belonging!
  • Highly competitive pay and benefits!
  • Benefits include medical, dental, vision, 401(k) with generous match, flexible spending accounts, life insurance, cell phone stipend, tenure bonuses, paid vacation, holidays, personal days and more!
  • Team member wellness programs, recognition platform and discount program! 
  • Mentorship Program!
  • Focus on promoting from within!
  • Company-sponsored training!
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Our teams are flexible and collaborative and sometimes audacious - most of all, we have fun!

- Diana Norbury, Senior Vice President

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