Only futurists need apply.
At Giffels Webster, we’re an equal opportunity employer who looks for people focused on using their talents to improve quality of life, embrace the environment and deliver infrastructure with flexible, enduring value. From planners and wetland biologists to professional engineers and surveyors, each of us has a commitment to building better communities.
Our people are at the top of their fields, working on projects that impact communities across the nation.
Our professionals speak for themselves:
- “I like the ‘can do’ attitude of the people I work with. We touch people’s lives with our projects for years after the projects are complete.” – Loren Crandell
- “Every day and every new client brings a new or different challenge that results in something real and beneficial in the end. The legacy of the work completed at Giffels Webster exists for decades.” – Matt Schwanitz
If you’re interested in a team-based, collaborative work environment please consider joining us, specifically related to the following opportunities:
Senior Engineer/Project Manager
with 10+ years construction/civil experience relating to sewer and tunnel inspection and rehabilitation work. Understanding of industry practices for large diameter tunnel inspections and ability to make repair recommendations is a must. Experience with construction repair techniques and sewer entry is a plus.Must be NASSCO certified or have the ability to obtain certification. Strong verbal and written communication skills required. PE preferred but not required.
Entry-level position, looking for professional experience in site/civil engineering up to 4 years especially relating to utilities and pavement design. A bachelor’s degree in engineering is required and candidates must have strong AutoCAD experience, strong written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work in a team environment. Grant and permitting experience is a plus.
Construction Inspector – Listing 1
For seasonal work. Experience with roadway rehabilitation, reconstruction and new construction including underground utility construction is a must; experience with MDOT inspection and reporting requirements is preferred. Candidates must have 3 – 5 years of MDOT or Local Agency inspection experience, be computer proficient, experience supervising other inspectors and have a valid driver’s license.
Construction Inspector – Listing 2
For seasonal work. Experience with roadway rehabilitation, reconstruction, and new construction including underground utility construction is a must. Preferred candidates will also have experience with the construction of new developments and municipal infrastructure projects; experience with MDOT inspection and reporting requirements is preferred but not required. Candidates must also be computer proficient, have experience supervising other inspectors, and have a valid driver’s license.
To introduce yourself, please submit a letter and resume by email to email@example.com or by mail to: Giffels Webster, 28 W. Adams, Suite 1200, Detroit, MI, Attn: Personnel, Fax to 313-962-5068.