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, fall 2015:

  • VDOT offers excellent internship opportunities to engineering students.  Click the following link to apply to the VDOT Internship Program Internship Program.  Email questions or comments to (posted 10/14/15)
  • Bowman Consulting Group is looking for a highly-motivated and hard-working individual with a desire learn and grow professionally.  Bowman is seeking an junior/senior-year intern for immediate placement in the Chantilly Office.  This paid position will report to a Team Leader and be introduced to and utilized in designing and developing Civil Engineering Site Plans for construction.  Typical work  that can be expected includes, but is not limited to: site grading, erosion and sediment control design, stormwater management design, and utility design.  This position would also have the opportunity to assist with Field Inspections and be involved with the Construction Administration (RFI/Submittal) responsibilities.  As such, Bowman Consulting is willing to expend the time and resources necessary to train and develop the selected individual. Bowman Consulting believes that, in order to be successful, this internship position must be mutually beneficial to both parties.  The expected hours of work is about 15-20 per week during the school year and may be extended to 30-40 hours during break and holidays.  Interested candidates should send resumes to (posted 9/9/15)

  • DeVlan VA a Land Development company based in Reston,VA is looking for two paid interns: Civil and Architectural Engineers.  Open positions include:
     Civil Engineers
    ·         Rising junior preferable senior. Experience in the field, or knows about work site.
    ·         Previous internships are a plus.
    ·         Part-time starting August to the end of December. Possibility to stay longer.
    ·         Intermediate to proficiency using  AutoCad and REVIT
    Architectural Engineers/ Building Engineers:
    ·         Rising junior preferable senior. Experience with AutoCad and REVIT.
    ·         Able to read, analyze, understand, and create plans.  For more information contact  (Posted 8/13/15)
  • The National Security Agency is hiring civil and infrastructure engineers.  For more information and to apply: (Posted 8/13/15)
  • Scott Long Construction is currently seeking qualified individuals to fill project engineer positions. Project engineers at Scott Long are responsible for supporting team operations through technical analysis and providing creative solutions. Additionally, project engineers communicate daily with project managers, architects, engineers, and owners to assist the management of construction projects. Scott Long has numerous opportunities for career growth and professional development, which make it an ideal company for personal growth as a professional. Intersted candidates may send resumes to (Posted 7/7/15)
  • One research opportunity is available with the Dugway Proving Ground (DPG), located in Dugway Utah. DPG is seeking a recent civil or environmental engineering graduate to assist with ongoing projects on the installation. The research appointment is anticipated to be funded for at least two years.DPG has ongoing facility and utility inspections as well as various engineering duties within the scope of their mission. This applicant must be able to perform these duties in the west desert environment. Data from these inspections and surveys will be used to ensure full audit compliance for Army senior leadership. Applicant will need to know basic computer skills to assist in the documentation of facilities. Applicant will assist in the inspections of historical buildings, test facility structures, utility lines, underground storage tanks, etc.U.S. Citizenship is REQUIRED.  To apply, the candidates will need to complete an application at Once the application is completed, the candidate will submit their created profile to Project ID: AEC-2356687199.  Salary range: $50,000-60,000. (Posted 6/1/2015)
  •  Internship Opportunity: Washington GasThe Pipeline Integrity Intern position involves conducting research on historical documents related to the installation of transmission and high pressure pipelines in order to establish that the records are Verifiable, Traceable and Complete.  The research includes searching for documentation in archived boxes, reviewing as-built drawings and working in the geographical information system (GIS).  Other duties may include organizing files or making copies.  Candidate must be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program at an accredited institution. Interested candidates should email their resumes to (Posted 5/5/15)
  • Employment opportunity with the US Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C.  Position is for Interdisciplinary Physical Scientist/Environmental Engineer, GS-1301/0819-07/09 with the Office of Water.  Closing date for applications is May 12, 2015.  To view the vacancy announcement for this position and to apply, go to (Posted 5/5/15)
  • 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.
  • SMITH Engineering is in search for a soon-to-be GMU graduate to fill a full-time Project Engineer position. The candidate should have an interest in land development civil engineering, be detail-oriented, work well on a team, and have a strong work ethic.  Experience with AutoCAD Civil 3D is a plus.  Resumes and cover letter should be sent to:  SMITH Engineering is a rapidly-growing land development civil engineering firm based in Chantilly, Virginia. We specialize in private-sector land development projects in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. For more information please check our website: (posted 4/28/15)
  • Opening for Civil Engineers, US Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Denver and Lakewood, Colorado.  Applications due May 3, 2015, click on the link below for more information: (posted 3/12/15)
  • Royce Construction Services invites applications from qualified engineering and construction management students for internships in a small yet growing design-build construction company.  Interns can work part-time during the academic year and full-time during other periods.  RCS has active contracts with the federal government across the country.  Work in the Reston, Virginia office involves the foundational requirements of most companies such as marketing, accounting, business development, etc.  Common construction company requirements include estimating, scheduling, subcontracts management, design management, etc.  On-site work involves actual site visits, project inspections, subcontractor management, safety, QA/QC, client visits, etc.  For more information about the company, visit our website at  If interested, send your resume to Rich Shelton at (posted 3/12/15)
  • Internships with the Department of Transportation/Federal Highway Administration in Sterling. Virginia.  To apply, please go to:  Applications will be accepted from any U.S. Citizen. This position is part of the Pathways Program and is open to current students (undergraduate or graduate) who are enrolled or accepted for enrollment in a qualifying educational institution and enrolled at least half-time. Additional information about the Pathways Program can be found at (posted 3/12/15)
  • Heritage Documentation Programs invites applications from qualified students for 2015 summer employment documenting historic sites and structures of architectural, landscape and technological significance throughout the country. Duties involve on-site field work and preparation of measured and interpretive drawings and written historical reports for the HABS/HAER/HALS Collections at the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress. Projects last 12 weeks, beginning in late May or early June. The deadline for applications is 9 March 2015.  For more information, visit (posted 3/6/15)
  • Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. is Seeking entry-level civil/environmental engineer or biological engineer interested in wetlands, streams, and water resources to start in summer 2015.  Projects include stream restoration, low impact development, wetlands mitigation design, and floodplain studies. Ideal candidate will have from 0 to 3 years of experience, EIT, and knowledge of AutoCAD, AutoCAD Civil 3D, SWMM, HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, TR-55, Microsoft Office, and Google Docs.  Submit resume, cover letter, salary requirements, and list of professional references (no calls please) no later than March 26, 2015 to: Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. Attn: Kate Tomlinson E-mail:; Web page: Additional openings are posted here (Posted February 19, 2015)
  •  The Virginia Commonwealth STEM Industry Internship program assists Virginia college students majoring in science, technology, engineering and math in locating internships with Virginia employers. (Posted January 13, 2015.)
  • The U.S. National Science Foundation sponsors programs at universities for paid summer research by undergraduates. These programs, called Research Experiences for Undergraduates (or REU’s), provide an opportunity to do some interesting summer work; to see if you like research; and to check out another university. You can search for REU’s here.  In 2015, for example, the University of Nebraska is hosting the REU program Sustainability of Civil Infrastructure in Rural Environments;  Duke University is hosting one entitled Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology; and Montana State University hosts another entitled Sustainable Transportation.  (Posted January 13, 2015.)
  • Visit here for a list of other paid summer research opportunities off campus. (Posted January 13, 2015.)
  • Pons & Associates invites applications from civil engineering students at any level for a summer internship assisting engineers and geologists in construction monitoring, geo-instrumentation, geotechnical lab testing, and engineering geology tasks.  Applicants should be academically strong, detail-oriented, motivated, have strong writing skills, and have access to a car for transportation.  Applicants should send a one-page resume and a cover letter that includes dates of availability  to Ms. Angela Tucker  (Posted January 14, 2015.)