BUILD YOUR CAREER AT BOWEN
Bowen has offices and projects located across the US. We are
employee-owned and have a wide array of career opportunities in construction. Whether you are an engineering student looking to start your career, or an experienced professional looking for a new challenge, we're always looking for new talent.
AREAS WE’RE ALWAYS LOOKING TO HIRE:
A Project Engineer assists the Superintendent and Project Manager in managing all construction activities for the project. Some duties include scheduling, purchasing, submittal review, preplanning, Bowen SQP, safety, layout, and project closeout.
The Project Manager plans organizes and manages all resources (people, equipment, and materials) for the successful execution of a project. They lead project teams in the construction of projects, ensuring that project quality, schedule, cost control, safety and customer satisfaction objectives are met. The Project Manager is the primary point of contact for owners.
The Project Superintendent is the company's representative assigned the responsibility and authority for supervision of the total construction effort. A major responsibility of this position includes interfacing with client representatives, subcontractors and union representatives.
NON-OPERATIONS TEAM MEMBERS
Constructing projects around the country is impossible without the support and input of experts from multiple fields. Bowen projects require support from Safety, Quality, IT, Accounting, Programming, Project Controls, Purchasing, Marketing, Business Development, Shop, and more. We are always looking to find great team members looking to grow in the construction industry.
Attributes of successful Bowen Employees
You enjoy a challenge, and you know the gratification of a hard days’ work
You seek out the biggest and best projects because you have confidence in yourself and know it's an opportunity to learn
You lean into challenges and find a way to be a part of the solution
WHAT IT’s Like To BE a BOWEN EMPLOYEE
We strive to live out our core value of Genuine Concern for others every day. Each day is full of its own unique challenges
We do serious work and have fun doing it
Sometimes it can be muddy, hot, or freezing cold
We plan and work together to find the best way to complete the project
When things go well, people point their fingers and give credit to those around them. When things go wrong, people raise their hands and consider what they could have done differently or better
We expect accountability but are not afraid of failure as long as we learn from it
We work on big, important, difficult projects, most of which provide a direct positive impact on the environment
We celebrate and reward success (both through recognition and financial means)