Job Announcements

Job announcements posted below have been submitted by potential employers.  They have not been screened by the CEIE Department.

Full-time and internship postings specific to positions beginning in spring and summer 2017:



  • Job announcements for the US Army Corps of Engineers  2017 summer hire program will be posted to open on USAJOBS on Wednesday, 5 April 2017.

If you are interested in these opportunities, please plan to submit your materials on Wednesday April 4, because the openings will close after the first 100 applicants. 

This Summer Hire Program is intended to attract qualified applicants and give them an opportunity for a meaningful job experience in support of Army missions, as well as help them prepare for future educational and career goals, possibly with USACE.

The job announcements will seek applicants interested in working for HQUSACE, HECSA, IWR, AGC and possibly other USACE activities in the National Capital Region to be duty-stationed in the at the GAO Building, Humphreys Engineer Center, Arlington National Cemetery, and Fort Belvoir.

IMPORTANT: These announcements will close after the first 100 applicants have submitted.  If you know individuals that may be interested in a summer job with USACE in the NCR, I recommend they apply as soon as the announcements open in USAJOBS on 5 April, which will be just after midnight on 4 April.  Even though the announcements say they will be open for multiple days through 10 April, we expect numerous applicants on the first day.  So many that the announcements may close on the same day they open. So as they say, “the early bird …”

Positions for two job series will be announced:
GS-399-2/3/4/5 Administration and Office Support Student Trainees
GS-899-3/4/5 Student Trainee (Engineering / Architecture)

The announcement numbers in USAJOBS will be:
NCFL179972231911300D for GS-0399-2/3/4/5 positions at GAO Building, Washington, DC NCFL179972231934042D for GS-0399-2/3/4/5 positions at Humphreys Engineer Center, Alexandria, VA NCFL179972231934075D for GS-0399-2/3/4/5 positions at Fort Belvoir, VA NCFL179972231934088D for GS-0399-2/3/4/5 positions at Arlington National Cemetery NCFL170000461934184D for GS-0899-3/4/5 positions at GAO Building, Washington, DC NCFL170000461934505D for GS-0899-3/4/5 positions at Humphreys Engineer Center, Alexandria, VA NCFL170000461934527D for GS-0899-3/4/5 positions at Fort Belvoir, VA NCFL170000461934509D for GS-0899-3/4/5 positions at Arlington National Cemetery (posted 4/3/17)

  • CB&I Federal Services – Norfolk, VA: Junior Civil/Environmental Engineer

Performs a variety of engineering work in the initial planning and design phases of projects. May also support procurement and construction phases or projects with engineering knowledge and experience. Performs other duties as required.

Responsibilities:  Work activities include collection and interpretation of engineering data, development of project design basis, development of specifications, and performance of detailed engineering. Engineering Reports are often a work product. Ensures conformance to applicable engineering codes and standards as well as company policies and procedures.

Qualifications/Competencies/Experience:  Has in-depth experience, knowledge and skills in own discipline. Works independently with minimal guidance. Usually determines own work priorities. Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience. May stabilize at this level for many years. Has expertise in own discipline. Applies knowledge and skills to a wide range of standard and nonstandard situations. Interprets customer needs, assesses requirements and identifies solutions to non-standard requests. Uses best practices and knowledge of internal/external business issues to improve products or services in own discipline. Monitors and controls costs within own work. Solves moderately complex problems; takes a new perspective on existing solutions. Manages own time to meet agreed targets; develops plans for short-term work activities in own area. Explains difficult issues and works to establish consensus. Promotes teamwork; coaches and guides others. To apply, submit resumes to: Madison Witte, PE,   (posted 2/9/17)

  • Start your career and earn experience in the one of the leading companies in Engineering. This involves hands-on experience in design, inspection, installation, testing, project management, and report generation both in the office and in the field. Applied Technical Services Inc. (ATS) located in Alexandria, VA is seeking to employee Spring and Summer paid co-ops. ATS is a medium size, employee owned and operated company. It’s headquartered in Marietta, Georgia with branch offices up and down the east coast of the United States. We specialize in engineering consulting, inspecting and testing. Our Alexandria office focuses primarily on consulting engineering for façade access systems and mechanical integrity of industrial equipment. ATS co-ops enjoy a wealth of benefits on top of a competitive wage including hands on experience, tuition, school and book reimbursement, including personal mentorship, paid travel, and the opportunity to quickly learn a professional, yet laid back atmosphere in structural engineering. More information about the co-op program and to learn about our company please visit our website at We look forward to hearing from you! Submit resumes & Bio: (Posted 12/8/16)
  • GKY & Associates, Inc. Water Resources Infrastructure Inspection Internship/Co-op (Job #2017-001) details below.  If interested email your qualifications to and include job number in the subject line. 

    The Opportunity:

    GKY is offering a unique paid Fall 2017 internship/co-op opportunity for the right individual to gain professional experience prior to graduation.  The successful applicant will support the firm’s stormwater management facilities/structures field assessment teams.  Training and oversight will be provided and the intern will assist experienced inspectors in the field.  The position requires availability to work at least three full days per week.


    • Assess and catalog pertinent information on a wide variety of structural stormwater management facilities and infrastructure.
    • Work in a safe manner and obey all safety regulations.
    • Daily care, charging, and calibration of instrumentation.
    • Other field tasks and desktop analyses related to Clean Water Act compliance
  • Urban Ltd, is hiring entry level engineers. Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to:  Mr. John Cardenas, PE, Urban, Ltd. at (12/5/16)
  • The Engineering Groupe, Inc is seeking qualified applicants for internship and full-time employment opportunities.  More information may be found at    and on Facebook and LinkedIn.  Please submit resumes and cover letters to:  (Posted 12/5/16)
  • Civilian Summer Research Programs with the U.S. Air Force Research Lab, Army Research Lab and the Army Institute for Surgical Research.  All opportunities can be located at   A single application can be utilized to apply to all of these programs and other DoD research opportunities.

    U.S. Air Force Research Lab – 2017 Repperger Internship Program (39 opportunities for BS students – PhD candidates) – U.S. Citizenship Required. Information Webpage:

     U.S. Army Research Lab – Summer Journeyman Fellowship Program (50+ opportunities for BS graduates -PhD candidates) –  Non U.S. Citizens may apply for consideration. Information Webpage:

    U.S. Army Institute for Surgical Research – Summer Internship Program (12 opportunities for BS students) – U.S. Citizenship Required. Information Webpage:

    Research areas include, but not limited the following: Biology, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biological Engineering,  Biomedical Engineering, Biophysics, Chemistry, Cell Biology, Chemical Engineering,  Cognitive Science, Computer Science,  Electrical Engineering,  Health Physics, Hearing Science, Human Factors Engineering, Information Science, Industrial Engineering, Genetics-Genomics, Mathematics, Material Science, Mechanical Engineering, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience Medical Physics, Neuromorphic Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Neuroscience,  Physiology, Physics, Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Robotics,  Social Science, Spectroscopy, Statistics, Statistical Data Mining and more.

    Stay connected with ORAU!  Join the ORAU Talent Network.  The Talent Network allows you to receive alerts with new opportunities that match your research interest.  You need to only enter your E-mail Address,  Zip Code, and Desired Area of Research.

    Click to join the ORAU Talent Network:    (Posted 12/5/16)

  • Opportunity for Graduate Students only.

  • Geo-Technology Associates, Inc. is currently seeking a Staff Level Geotechnical Engineer for our Sterling, VA office. Staff Engineers require 0-5 years of experience with geotechnical explorations and construction observation and testing related to the following areas:
    • Earthwork, foundation, and construction materials observation and testing
    • Subsurface investigations including borings and test pits, reviewing exploration logs, lab results, and plans
    • Calculations of bearing capacity, settlement, earth pressures, pavement section design, and slope stability
    • Preparation of geotechnical reports

    Candidates should be prepared for professional growth into such areas as retaining wall design, slope stability analysis, pavement design, review of subsurface conditions and foundation design, and project management.  This is an excellent opportunity to work with experienced PE’s and learn and perform on wide variety of projects.  Interested candidates should forward their resume to Sarah Dalton at  (Posted 5/2/16)

  • The Virginia Department of Transportation is currently seeking entry-level Business and Engineering Associates for our Core Development Program.  There are 6 Business Associate and 28 Engineer Associate positions.  The positions are located across the Commonwealth of Virginia.  For specific details and location information, please see the posting.  Applications will only be accepted through the state’s application site.  To find the posted positions, please click on the “search postings” link on the left hand side of the page.  In the search box “Working Title” enter CDP and click the search button at the bottom of the page.

  • Martins Construction Corp. has an open Project Engineer / Assistant Project Manager position for a qualified individual in Heavy Highway Construction, mainly the construction and rehabilitation of bridges. The applicant must possess strong analytical, organizational, planning and communication skills with a commitment to high standards, integrity and ethics. Degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management is a must (if candidate is on track to obtaining his/her degree, the application will be considered for a co-op or internship with the intent to hire upon completion of studies). This position is intended to serve as an intense hands-on learning experience to prepare the candidate’s successful transition into semi-independent and independent Project Management roles in 1 to 2 years respectively (individual candidates’ commitment and performance are the key determinant of the duration of such transition).  If interested, please submit: E-mail professional resume and a sample of individual’s writing abilities (not team projects).  All e-mails should contain in the subject “GMU Student Application – <YOUR NAME>Martins Construction Crop., 210 Little Falls Street, Suite 300, Falls Church, VA 22046.  Please direct questions to Pooya Azar, Director of Operations  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, sexual orientation.  (Posted 3/25/16)
  • Washington Gas Entry Level Opportunity for Civil Engineers  Responsible for supporting the Transmission Integrity Management Program (TIMP) by investigating and maintaining historical engineering records related to pipeline integrity.  Manages engineering projects related to the remediation of identified pipeline integrity issues that enhance the safety and reliability of transmission and high pressure pipelines.  Apply online at: Please contact Michelle Long at with any questions. (Posted 3/11/16)
  • Arlington County’s Department of Environmental Services (Division of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Engineering and Operations) is looking to fill multiple positions for currently enrolled university students or recent graduates interested in paid, part- time, temporary internships which will last 8 or more months (40 hours/week maximum during the summer and up to 30 
hours/week maximum during the rest of the year). This department is responsible for design, construction, and maintenance of the County’s traffic signal and ITS infrastructure including traffic signals, remote data collection units, Bluetooth travel time harvesting, VMS signs, and the County’s fiber network. Motivated candidates should send a cover letter and up-to-date résumé to Andy Anton, ITS & Traffic Signals Engineer:  REQUIREMENTS: Eligible to work in the US, Valid driver’s license 
, Current enrollment or recent graduation from a Civil/Transportation 
Engineering or related degree program PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 
Experience using traffic analysis software such as Synchro & SimTraffic, Experience or knowledge of VISSIM, Experience with data entry and analysis in ArcGIS, MS Office – Word & Excel experience.  (Posted 2/22/16)
  • Transportation Department of Whitman, Requardt and Associates, LLP is hiring interns.  For more information please contact Moaz Khan | Civil Engineer, Whitman, Requardt & Associates, LLP, 3701 Pender Drive, Suite 450, Fairfax, VA 22030 Tel. 703.293.7406,
  • George Mason’s office of Project Management and Construction invites applicants from CEIE students for summer, fall, and spring internships specializing in construction administration  (level 1).  Applicants will be assigned and rotated through projects in Construction Inspection and Compliance, Land Use Development, and Construction Project Management.  Typical duties will include: inspecting construction to assure quality and compliance with contractual documents, preparing daily reports, reviewing change orders and their execution, work with various agencies to assure compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations, assist with required environmental reporting, tracking and monitoring construction project progress and expenses.  Prior internship experience, knowledge of AutoCAD, and good communication skills are all pluses.  Applicants should be pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil, Environmental, and/or Infrastructure Engineering and have finished their first year within their degree program.  Interested students should apply immediately as these opportunities fill up fast.  Interested candidates may apply to this posting at the GMU Career Services or you may send your resume and cover letter to Ed Daniels, Director Human Resources – Facilities at mailstop 1E4. Applications are due by May 10th and interviews will be conducting between May 11th through May 20th.  Applications should include a cover letter explaining why the applicant is interested as well as a detailed resume showing past experiences.
  • Interns at Endesco Inc. Endesco Inc., a civil engineering design company in Rockville, Maryland, is now providing an internship opportunity for the next three months, starting immediately. Computer-Aided Design and Drafting experience in Microstation is required. Send a cover letter and resume to For more information about the company, please visit (Posted 2/15/17)
  • SZ PM Consultants, Inc. is an engineering and project management consulting firm specialized in water and wastewater related engineering projects based in DC. We are looking for an experienced traction power lead designer and an electrical engineer experienced with corrosion control and grounding design. If you are interested in any of those two positions, please email a copy of your resume to (Posted 2/15/17)
  • Stantec, one of the nation’s fastest growing consulting firms, offer exciting careers to technically-oriented professionals. We are seeking individuals looking to become integral members of a rapidly expanding, dynamic organization. Stantec’s modeling practice is expanding again and we have several positions in our suburban Philadelphia, PA and Tallahassee, FL offices, including: Junior Transportation Analyst, Transportation Analyst, and Traffic Simulation Engineer. Please refer to the attached document for qualifications. If interested, please email your resume to David Schellinger at (Posted 2/15/17)