About AAA Washington
Founded in 1904, AAA Washington is proud to serve more than one million members in Washington and northern Idaho. We employ people in a variety of roles supporting our primary lines of business – membership, travel and personal-lines insurance services. At AAA Washington, there is no doubt that our people are the driving force behind our success. –See all 4 AAA Washington photos
AAA Washington offers a variety of roles across several industries, including automotive services, travel and insurance in addition to emergency road service. Whether you are taking the first steps in your career or you've an established career, AAA Washington can offer you the opportunity to take your career to the next level, all while helping more than 1.2 million members across Washington state and North Idaho. If you're looking for a job where your work makes a difference, AAA Washington is the right place for you.
AAA Washington offers a range of competitive benefits to its employees, including: generous paid time off, excellent health plans, 401(k) plan with employer matching, flexible work arrangements, and more.
Diversity makes AAA Washington a better organization and as a team, we’re dedicated to living a culture of inclusion, diversity, equity and opportunity for all. From our hiring and pay equity practices to our guiding principles based on a foundation of respect for our diverse community, AAA strives each day to be welcoming to all.
At AAA Washington, we are dedicated to serving our members and we care deeply about supporting the communities where we live and work. We invest in causes where we can make a unique difference, like offering free car seat inspections, donating new car seats to families in need, leading initiatives against distracted driving, partnering with schools to develop future leaders with AAA School Safety Patrol, and helping people prepare for a disaster.
AAA Washington was established in 1904 by 10 prominent Seattle businessmen with the mission of making automobile travel safe, comfortable and affordable. They soon led the effort in enacting laws to protect users of the public roads, erect directional signs and create legislation to provide for new transportation arteries. They were also active in drafting Washington's first traffic code requiring auto licensing, one lighted lamp for hours of darkness, a muffler, "good and efficient" brakes, a bell or horn, and speed limits of 12 m.p.h. in city and 24 m.p.h. on the open road. Though the requirements were few, they were a substantial accomplishment considering the state of the day's roads. More than a century later the fruits of their labor are still visible. AAA Washington has become a leader in providing world-class emergency road service and expanded its business into professionally planned travel services and personal-line insurance services. It has adopted innovation as a way to remain ahead of the changes that each of these industries brings, and build an organization that weathers economic cycles.