Internship Goals & Objectives:
RGC’s Internship Program is centered around providing college students with a quality experience as a construction professional, which will provide value to the Intern, and to Rabren General Contractors. During the Program, the Intern will gain an overall understanding, observe and work in a different department for each semester they are with RGC; expanding the Intern’s knowledge and skills within the following departments:
• Project Management
• Field Operations
The Intern will have the opportunity to learn directly from RGC Team Members, seeing their classroom experience come to life and make major contributions to our project teams. This experience will also give the student the opportunity to network with industry professionals and benefit the student moving forward being to better evaluate career alternatives. The goal for RGC is to give the Intern an opportunity to learn from the best construction professionals, put the Intern in positions to learn and succeed, and place top performers with RGC full-time.
Why Choose Rabren General Contractors
We Build Our People
In addition to building projects, Rabren General Contractors believes in building people. We believe that employee growth is a “career-long conversation,” not something that only happens once a year during a Performance Review. We strive to give our employees the tools that they need in order to advance in their careers and we seek talented and motivated employees to become a part of the Rabren family.
We believe strongly in the core values of Driving for Success, Striving for Improvement, Creating Trust with Character and Action, Teaming Up, Solving Complex Problems and Building RGC People, and we know that employees that share those values will thrive here at Rabren General Contractors.
We offer competitive compensation and benefits packages and take pride in being a company where are employees can learn and grow with us. For more information, please contact us.
Our Current Openings
2020 Spring Internship Program
Education Requirements & Eligibility:
The RGC Internship Program is open to college students (undergraduate to graduate) studying a relevant field of education (i.e. Construction Management, Building Science, Civil Engineering, etc.) and are interested in pursuing a professional career in the construction industry.
RGC’s Internship Program is offered during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Start/end dates and the hours available to work will coincide with the student’s school schedule. The Intern must be available to work full-time to be considered for the RGC Internship Program.
The Financial Controller will be responsible for managing the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the RGC Accounting Department. This position will supervise all aspects of financial management, including corporate accounting, regulatory and financial reporting, budget and forecasts preparation, as well as development of internal control Best Practices. The position will face tight deadlines with monthly, quarterly and annual closing responsibilities along with a multitude of accounting activity, including general ledger preparation, financial reporting, year-end audit preparation and budget/forecast activities with senior RGC management, third party auditors and other outside parties.Apply Learn More
The Field Engineer is responsible for assisting in the layout and controls of project work to ensure that the project is completed on time, to the customer’s satisfaction and in a highly collaborative manner with all members of the Project Team. This position will work with the Field Operations Team and will assist in obtaining, evaluating and coordinating all information needed to construct the project in accordance with the contract documents and to assure that the work meets all safety standards and is within schedule requirements.Apply Learn More
The Superintendent is responsible for the successful daily coordination and direction of the project to make sure the project is safe, within budget, on schedule and in compliance with RGC’s Best Practices. This position will coordinate and schedule multiple construction crews, determine job requirements, plans, procedures and ensures subcontract work meets required specifications, all in a highly collaborative manner with the Project Team.Apply Learn More
The Assistant Superintendent is responsible for the support of the Superintendent or Senior Superintendent in accordance with RGC’s Best Practices. This position will assist in the coordination and scheduling of multiple construction teams, help determine construction requirements and ensure that subcontract work meets required specifications. The Assistant Superintendent will also assist in the inspection of work and equipment to verify safety and ensure project specifications are met while working in a highly collaborative manner with all members of the Project Team.Apply Learn More
Project Manager, Assistant
The Assistant Project Manager is responsible for supporting the Project Manager and/or Senior Project Manager in accordance with RGC’s Best Practices. This position will work with the external and internal project teams to facilitate project documentation and delivery requirements and ensure effective communication and progress through the administration and coordination of projects. The APM will assist the Senior Project Manager, Project Manager and Superintendents in multiple components of the project. All aspects of the APM’s work will be performed in a highly collaborative manner with all members of the Project Team.Apply Learn More
The Project Manager is responsible for successfully managing the entire construction project from start to finish. This position will administer the safe completion of the project within budget and on schedule, all in accordance with RGC’s best practices and with a high degree of profitability and Owner satisfaction. The Project Manager will work in a highly collaborative manner with the internal and external project teams in managing the components of the project.Apply Learn More