Rummel Construction, Inc. is seeking graduates for our Construction Leadership Engineering Development Program, including Summer Internship Assignments. Building on the success of past and present graduates and interns, Rummel views this program as a key component to its long-term growth strategy. Graduates and interns will be given immediate challenges as they work directly in the field with our crews, supervisors, and management. They will receive mentoring from key members of the Operations and Management teams. There are also possible cross-functional assignments available in maintenance, equipment management, estimating, and/or safety depending on the interest of the individual and business needs of the company.
Qualified Candidates must be self-motivated, team players. Excellent math, problem-solving, and relationship management skills are essential.
Target Recruiting Group: Ideal internship period is between sophomore and junior or junior and senior years. Full-time regular positions are available for new and recent graduates with experience.
Areas of Responsibility: take-offs, scheduling, change orders, client relations, cost control analysis, project coordinating, submittals, and other engineering functions.
Internships: A minimum of 2 years satisfactorily completed coursework in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or related field. Qualified candidates should have a basic understanding and knowledge of areas of responsibility for this position.
Full-Time, regular positions: Completion of degree program in Civil Engineering, Construction, or related field. Relevant experience is strongly preferred. Qualified candidates should have working knowledge and demonstrated skills in several of the areas of responsibility listed for this position.
Qualified candidates must have excellent math and problem-solving skills.
Target Recruiting Group: Ideal summer field internship for students between freshman and sophomore or sophomore and junior years.
Areas of Responsibility: Works on the ground, boots-up jobs, directs equipment operations and ensures finish work is within plan tolerance.
1-2 Years of completed coursework in Construction Management, Civil Engineering, or related field. Completed coursework in reading/understanding plans is highly desired.