Career Opportunities

Internship Resources!

This program provides enlightenment to high school students about how they can take control of their destiny and look forward to a successful future. Students are seeing first hand someone that is doing the job and is actively using the content we are sharing in class with them. Apply Today!

Become An Engineer Girl Ambassador!

The EngineerGirl Ambassador program is designed for high school girls with a passion for solving problems and who are willing to use their ingenuity and engineering design skills to inspire younger students. Program participants are challenged to develop an idea to engage girls in their community with the ideas and possibilities of engineering!

The call for Ambassadors is posted in October with a deadline of March 1st. To learn more, visit the link below.

We offer a fun and challenging work environment competitive wages, health and dental insurance.


Katie Sparks |


Hunt Valley Contractors, Inc. is the premier architectural concrete contractor and Certified Landscape Structures, Inc. Play equipment installer in the greater Baltimore area. We are looking for experienced Concrete Finishers to join our team. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: patch work on concrete walls, detailed finishing, staining of architectural concrete and interacting with clients.


Hunt Valley Contractors, Inc. makes communities a better place through play. Our specialized construction services for playgrounds, parks and sports infrastructure have been recognized throughout the industry. We are a growing company and are hiring employees with experience in carpentry, concrete, form setting, and building metal structures. We will train employees on how to install playgrounds, splash pads, and shelters and our other products.


Specialized Engineering is hiring entry-level high school graduates for our materials lab and field technician positions. We will train. Lab Technicians test concrete, asphalt and soils and aggregates in our Hanover, MD or Frederick, MD lab. Field technicians work at construction sites located in the Baltimore area or throughout MD to inspect and test concrete, soils, aggregates, asphalt, reinforcing steel, etc. Both lab and field technician positions require you to be able to lift up to 60 pounds, be available during normal business hours (8am-5pm). Field work starts earlier in the day and can include some weekend work as well. Must have your own reliable transportation for field position, and be able to reliably get to our Hanover, MD lab for lab position near BWI airport.


Maurice Hill |


Ken Guttman, PE, PMP | Vice President

Construction Services

443.348.2017 x8338 |


Do you have a high school diploma, a positive mindset, and an innate ability to learn? Gannett Fleming, an engineering and construction management company, is actively recruiting individuals with little to zero construction inspection experience.

The future of construction relies on both entry‑level and experienced technicians. Since 2016, Gannett Fleming’s successful Apprentice Program identifies, trains, and mentors individuals who show an aptitude for the construction industry, through pairing them with an experienced construction professional.

Gannett Fleming hires new, motivated technicians who are enthusiastic about the construction industry. After an interview process, candidates may be asked to complete a math and writing evaluation to demonstrate basic skills. If accepted, the apprentice is provided safety training and inspection training via online and/or classroom instruction.

Key to the mentorship process is pairing the new apprentice with an experienced, knowledgeable staff member. Gannett Fleming’s current staff includes long‑time industry professionals, many with over 30 years of experience. The identified mentor provides intensive on‑site training of successful construction inspection principles.

Once the apprentice has successfully earned basic certifications and is trained in real-life situations, they are placed into an inspection position on a Gannett Fleming project. Through regular contact and open communication, mentors and senior leaders oversee performance and support a long‑lasting relationship with new inspectors.

In addition, Gannett Fleming offers various forms of continuing education, helping new inspectors grow their career and reach their full earning potential. This could include reimbursement of college courses towards a technical degree, as well as payment for advanced technical training and certifications.