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Security Analyst

TEKsystems

Huntington Beach, CA

7 days ago
Shift Leader

Rubio's Restaurants, Inc.

Huntington Beach, CA

18 days ago
Hiring Now! Summer Program Director - Hiring Now

Galileo Learning

Huntington Beach, CA

7 days ago
Hiring Now! Summer Program Director - Early Signing Bonus

Galileo Learning

Huntington Beach, CA

7 days ago
Integrated Product Team Lead - Special Test Equipment (Electro-Optical / Infrared Space Hardware)

RTX

Huntington Beach, CA

12 days ago
Senior Principal FPGA/Digital Design Principal Electrical Engineer

RTX

Huntington Beach, CA

12 days ago
Licensed Health Insurance Agent - Work from Home

ASSURANCE Independent Agents

Huntington Beach, CA

7 days ago
Service Desk Manager

TEKsystems

Costa Mesa, CA

3 days ago
Travel Stepdown/Progressive Care Unit Nurse (PCU RN), Fountain Valley, CA

Triage Staffing

Fountain Valley, CA

4 days ago

Huntington Beach Jobs: Overview

When the locals say "surf's up" at Huntington Beach, they know what they're talking about. Known as "Surf City," the city's 8.5 mile-beachfront hosts the U.S. Open of Surfing each year. It's also the home of the USA surf team and the Association of Surfing Professionals North America. Consistent rather than huge waves are what makes it popular with surfers. The city employs as many as 65 lifeguards in Huntington Beach jobs in the summer, working 10:00 a.m. to sunset. The city is also home to the Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum. One of its most interesting attractions is the world's largest bar of surf wax.

Back on dry land, you can enjoy the Huntington Beach Pier. At 1,850 feet, it's one of the longest piers in California and one of the most photographed spot in the area. The Ocean Strand is a paved 10-mile trail that runs along the coastline, perfect for biking, jogging, walking, and skating. If you hear the surf calling you to look for Huntington Beach jobs, you can also look in nearby Westminster, Fountain Valley, and Costa Mesa.

Popular Jobs in Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach attracts lots of tourists, and that translates into lots of jobs. One in 17 people who work in Huntington Beach are employed because of tourism. This includes transportation, food and beverage, retail, and entertainment jobs.

The second-largest employer in the city is Quiksilver. This clothing manufacturer of boardshorts, wetsuits, snow outerwear, and other outdoor sports apparel, has its worldwide headquarters in Huntington Beach. It employs 7,000 people across departments, including in production jobs in its manufacturing facilities.

If you’d rather work in medicine, Huntington Beach has many healthcare jobs at its three hospitals as well as at its ambulatory healthcare services and residential care companies.

Look out for these popular Huntington Beach jobs in your search:

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