About Us

Mac’s List is a Pacific Northwest job board driven by a simple idea: the hiring process should be more human. When we break down the barriers between employers and job seekers, everybody wins.

As the top career resource for passionate professionals in Oregon, and Washington, we focus on sharing high quality job listings and actionable resources that help people find and land the jobs they deserve.

Our job board features hundreds of real, local, professional-level jobs in the Pacific Northwest.

Our job search advice and resources help job seekers learn how to build professional networks and improve their job search strategies.

Our hiring services help employers improve their processes and connect with the best candidates in the region.

As a certified B Corp, we’re part of a global movement to use business as a force for social good. Our mission: to make the hiring process more human, for both job seekers and employers. Whether you’re looking for the right job, direction in your career, or your next new hire, the Mac’s List team is here to help.

Our History

Mac’s List was created in 2001 by Mac Prichard, who still runs the business today. It all started after Mac started emailing job openings to a few dozen friends and colleagues. He wanted to keep in touch and share great work opportunities with his network.

People loved getting those emails and the list slowly grew through word of mouth. Mac’s List evolved organically from those first personal emails. We leveled up to an email newsletter and a simple jobs website. Mac made it official in 2014 when he got a business license and hired the first-ever Mac’s List employee.

Today, we offer a full-service platform for job seeking and hiring in the Pacific Northwest. We are a small team of dedicated professionals working to help local job seekers and employers connect through high quality job listings, accessible advice, and real conversations.

As Mac’s List grows, we strive to stay true to the values and commitment to service that started it all. Our ultimate goal remains the same as when Mac sent that first email: to help people find work they can love.