CONSTRUCTION CAREER PATH
Project Engineers assists project management and field staff with organization, documentation, scheduling and material procurement. They also assist with engineering support, on-site quality control reviews, scheduling and bidding of subcontractors, and organization of project close-out activities.
BS in Project Management or related field
Minimum 1 to 3 years of experience (including internships and/or Co-Ops)
Journeyman Cement Finishers
VJS interns are an integral part of our team and our projects. Internships provide undergraduates the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the construction industry, enabling them to become more productive contributors to the organization they join.
Internships are full for the 2023 season.
VJS Construction Services policy is to select, train and promote the best candidate for each job regardless of age, race, religion, color, handicap, sex, physical condition, developmental disability, sexual orientation or national origin or any other protected class. Equal Opportunity Employment refers to employee recruiting, hiring, administering salary, training, transfers, promotions, counseling, terminations, and all other conditions or privileges of employment.
Is construction management not your scene?
VJS Construction Services is a full-service construction firm, offering many career opportunities, no matter what you are looking for:
Project Accountant: The Project Accountant, under the direction of the Controller, performs a variety of accounting tasks for assigned projects. This position is responsible for ensuring that all accounts receivable, accounts payable, subcontractor payables, and direct purchases are processed accurately and timely in accordance with company policies.
Estimator: Estimators are responsible for estimating work of particular projects. They estimate cost by gathering proposals, blueprints, specifications, and related documents. In addition, they estimate labor, material, and time requirements in order to be able to compute the overall cost of the project.
Architect: Architects design, plan, and develop concepts to create construction plans and technical documents. These are based on client requirements and ideas. Architects must learn about the different building codes, safety regulations, construction innovations, and city laws that affect their designs.