We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: there is no shortage of job opportunities in the construction industry. And even though the days will soon be cooling off, the job market is sure to stay hot through fall and well into next year.
Project Manager – Geotechnical, Cincinnati
Kicking off this round-up of job openings is a Project Manager position. At Beaver Excavating, the Project Manager manages multiple projects at once within their Geotechnical department and ensures everyone is on the same page when it comes to project schedule and goals. He or she is expected to wear many hats, including marketing, management, estimating and bidding, and cost management.
As project manager, you would be training and supervising project management team members and working closely with other leaders like superintendents, owners, engineers, and construction managers.
Beaver Excavating is looking for someone with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management as well as five years’ experience, including field and supervisory experience. If this sounds like the right role for you, check out the complete job listing here.
Engineer co-op, Canton and Edon
Even if you’re early in your career, there are still opportunities waiting for you. Beaver Excavating is looking for Engineer Co-ops to join their team this fall and this spring.
In this co-op position, you will support various administrative functions, so you’ll need to stay focused, even in a busy environment. You’ll also need to be deadline-driven, professional, and comfortable with completing daily field reports, cost codes, and tracking processes.
Beaver Excavating is looking for someone with strong written and verbal communication skills, excellent organizational skills, and familiarity with site-specific software and Microsoft Excel. If you are currently studying civil engineering, construction management, or a similar degree, this could be the perfect stepping stone for your career. Check the opportunity out here.
Safety Supervisor, Columbus, Gallipolis, and Piketon
Beaver Excavating cares about safety, which is why they have dedicated Safety Supervisors on site throughout Ohio and our surrounding states. This is a unique, people-focused role that will require you to communicate clearly to keep all team members safe on the jobsite. Not only that, you will also need to be great at documenting and auditing accurately as well as conducting safety checks and leading trainings.
If you have a passion for safety and are certified in First Aid and CPR as well as the 30-hour OSHA training, you will be a great fit for this role. Learn more here.
Heavy Equipment Lowboy Driver, Canton
Heavy Equipment Lowboy Drivers at Beaver Excavating safely load and transport heavy equipment from the main office to various job sites. This heavy equipment might be a bulldozer, excavator, loader, or another type of machinery. Beaver Excavating is looking for someone that can be trusted to drive safely in traffic and maintain the operating equipment well, from its tires to its brakes, and everything in between.
To be considered for this position, you’ll need to have five years of experience hauling heavy equipment, Class A CDL, Hazmat endorsement, and Tanker endorsement. If that sounds like you, apply now.
Project Engineer – Shale Glass, Canton
The last position we would like to feature today is a Project Engineer role for the Shale Glass project team at Beaver Excavating.
As a Project Engineer, relationships are a top priority. You’ll be keeping the project flowing with strong organizational skills from the pre-construction phase and will support teammates throughout the project. The Project Engineer prepares work orders, schedules, subcontracts, and more, so you will need to be able to comprehend contracts and construction plans.
Beaver Excavating is looking for someone with a Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering, or related field as well as 2 years of experience. Visit the Beaver Excavating website to learn more.
As you can see, there are a range of opportunities available across all experience levels, from entry-level co-ops to managerial positions. And, this is just one of Ohio’s construction companies. Imagine what is waiting for you right now. You can explore additional career resources like:
- The Ohio Means Jobs website, which has a job search feature that can be tailored to your skills. Not sure what career you’re looking for? Check out our careers page to find the right role for you.
- Our Job Seeker contact list, which helps you get your name out to potential employers.
- Our apprenticeship finder, which shares Ohio’s apprentice programs, region by region.
Best of luck, Ohio job seekers!