Career Advancement & Development
Our employees are our most important asset and we invest in them for their career growth and for the long-term betterment of BHS. All of our employees are given real responsibilities from day one. At BHS, you’re rewarded for your hard work. To ensure you never feel stuck in your career, we encourage employees to move around in the company, learn new things, gain experience and develop new ideas. We will support you with training and development opportunities along the way.
BHS Construction is always looking for talented individuals to join our team. If you think you’d be a good fit for an unlisted position, we invite you to submit an application. BHS Construction requires a multi-talented team to achieve top-notch results for our clients, employing Project Managers, Estimators, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Field Engineers, Laborers, Trim Carpenters, Carpenters, Project Administrators, Office Managers and Interns.
At BHS, compensation is more than just a paycheck. A combination of competitive wages and benefits gives you access to the best healthcare providers, retirement savings plans, and generous paid time off. We value our employees and everything they do. At all levels, every team member is valued and appreciated. In order to recruit and retain the best, most qualified people, we maintain an excellent benefits package, including:
- Health Insurance
- IRA Match
- Competitive Wages
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Vacation
- Career Development Opportunities
BHS’s focus on family and community coupled with support staff and approachable leadership made me feel comfortable and confident in my new position.Mary Dowling, Project Administrator
The Project Manager is responsible for managing all phases of a construction project, coordinating the project team and maintaining the project budget. Such duties may include: coordinating subcontractors, direct supervision of superintendents, maintaining current construction documents, overseeing project closeout, coordinating project schedule, performing customer relations activities, performing any other assignments as directed by President. Preferred applicants will have a college degree and 5-10 years of experience in the construction industry. Physical demands require lifting up to 50lbs and adequate vision.
The Superintendent is responsible for all aspects of daily operations on a construction project. Such duties may include: direction of subcontractors and BHS personnel on site, maintaining a safe jobsite, maintaining tools and equipment on site, interpreting project plans and producing red line drawings, scheduling inspections, confirming materials and coordinating material deliveries, promotion of teamwork, performing any other assignments as directed by Project Manager or President. Preferred applicants will have 5 years of experience, active driver’s license, OSHA training certification and elevated construction knowledge. Physical demands require lifting up to 100lbs, adequate vision and tolerance for extended exposure to outdoor elements.
The Estimator is responsible for preparing cost estimates for building projects. Job responsibilities may include: interpreting construction plans, continuing education on construction materials, analyzing project budgets, researching value engineering methods, maintaining vendor relations, organizing bid information, performing any other assignments as directed by President. Preferred applicants will have a college degree and 5-10 years of experience. Physical demands include lifting up to 50lbs and adequate vision.
The Carpenter position is responsible for skilled construction tasks on a construction project. Such duties may include: assembling materials to make framework, installing structures and fixtures, finishing surfaces of woodwork, patching, performing concrete work, studying specifications in blueprints, arriving on time with required tools, performing any other assignments as directed by Superintendent or Project Manager. Preferred applicants will have 5-10 years of experience on a construction site. Physical demands include lifting up to 100lbs, adequate vision, long periods of standing and extended exposure to outdoor elements.
The Laborer position is responsible for physical tasks on a construction job site. Such duties may include: daily clean-up, organizing materials, flagging, constructing framework, performing any other assignments as directed by the Superintendent or Foreman. Preferred applicants will have some experience on a construction site. Physical demands include lifting up to 100lbs, adequate vision, long periods of standing and extended exposure to outdoor elements.
Looking for an Internship?
Ready to get on the job site? As an intern, you will work primarily with employees in the field gaining hands on experience to the building process. Duties may include: daily clean-up, organizing materials, flagging, constructing framework, performing any other assignments as directed by the Superintendent or Foreman. You will also have a dedicated mentor to answer any questions and instruct you on job responsibilities. A small part of your time may be spent in the office working with our estimators and project managers learning full circle how a project comes to fruition. Our interns are exposed to all positions at BHS in hopes to give them a better idea of the direction they want to go after graduation. Get your career going today!