Bob Moore Construction Employment Opportunities

Bob Moore Construction Internship Program

Summary – This program allows interns to learn construction management skills by working alongside Bob Moore personnel in a real-world setting. Interns will be making real contributions with a focus on personal career development. Bob Moore will be evaluating interns for possible full-time employment.

Goals – Develop the following skills in our interns:

  • Project Management
  • Field Supervision
  • Preconstruction Services & Estimating
  • Safety
  • Scheduling
  • Quality
  • Information Technology

The internship will be broken down into three sessions as detailed in the following:

Session 1: Project Management
Assist and observe PM in all project management tasks; specifically including the following:

  • Project Management Software – utilize Procore to manage the project
  • Submittals – create submittal registry and manage submittal process (solicit, review, submit for approval and return)
  • RFIs – assist PM and superintendent in RFI creation, submit, follow up, and return, & post on Plans
  • Plans and specifications – read & interpret plans & specs, update plan logs, ensure up-to-date set is available at the jobsite and on plan portal

Session 2: Field Supervision
Assist and observe Superintendent in all field supervisions tasks; specifically including the following:

  • Quality Assurance / Quality Control – observe compliance with plans & specs, submittals, and Bob Moore quality requirements
  • Coordinating & scheduling the trades – three week lookahead schedule
  • Daily Logs – write daily logs
  • Coordination & Safety meetings – attend and participate

Session 3: Estimating
Assist and observe Estimator in all estimating tasks; specifically including the following:

  • Bid Documents – read & interpret plan & specs, post and analyze addenda and RFIs
  • Bid Assembly – bid solicitation, follow-up to create confirmer bidders’ list, analyze bids, comparative scope analysis, organize bids
  • Budgeting – prepare conceptual budgets using quantity take offs, subcontractor input, and historical cost data
  • Quantity Take Offs – use Onscreen Take Off to perform quantity take offs
  • Scheduling – prepare critical path schedule using Microsoft Project

 

If you are interested in applying for the Bob Moore Construction internship program, click here to email your resume to employment@generalcontractor.com