At Juneau Construction Company we believe in a cooperative atmosphere where all employees are given the opportunity to develop their talents. We encourage and sponsor professional development classes and strive to promote from within. Juneau strongly supports continuing education for all our employees and provides tuition assistance. Additionally, we offer higher-education grant assistance to dependents of our employees.
Juneau seeks the best construction talent in the industry. Valuing excellence in the workplace, we support each other like family and work together as a team. Our goal is to see that you reach your professional goals with us.
Top 100 Places to Work
We’re proud to be recognized as a top workplace in Atlanta. The greatest honor is that the award is based on what we value within our culture.
Juneau Construction Company is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Juneau does not discriminate against any employees or applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, martial status, national origin, disability, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.
Warning Against Employment Scams
Juneau Construction Company is aware that fraudulent employment offers using our brand, company name and falsified employee names have been transmitted in attempts to defraud applicants. Please be aware that Juneau Construction Company will never make blind employment offers that seek personal information, including but not limited to passport/visa numbers nor will we request any form of payment.
If you believe you have been a victim of a fraudulent employment offer, Juneau Construction Company recommends you file a complaint with the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crime Complaint Center.
Juneau Construction Company does not accept unsolicited resumes from search firms or agencies. Any resume submitted to any employee of Juneau Construction without a prior written search agreement will be considered unsolicited and the property of Juneau Construction. Please, no phone calls or emails.
Transparency in Coverage
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Students and Internships
Juneau places great importance on creating a strong foundation for our employees development and there is no better way to do so than in our internship and co-op programs.
We offer internship and co-op positions in Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters to give students real-world experience to jump-start their careers and support their academic curriculum. Our construction management internship and co-op programs may include time in Preconstruction, VDC, and Operations. We also have internship opportunities for students interested in Risk Management, Finance, Marketing, & Human Resources. To see a list of our upcoming career fairs and events on campus, click here.
What Our Interns Say
"Growing up in Atlanta, I had known of Juneau for most of my life, so when an internship spot opened in their accounting and finance department, I was eager to join. I loved how happy the employees were to get to know you and how well Les and Nancy ran their business."
John GallowayUniversity of GeorgiaRisk Management Analyst
"Interning with Juneau gave me a glimpse into a future career that would challenge me, expose me to all facets of the construction industry, and raise my expectations of working in a culture where I felt valued and a part of something much larger than myself. I am proud to be part of a culture that allows me to grow as an employee and as a person."
Taylor HuppUniversity of FloridaProject Engineer
"I was first drawn to Juneau for the variety of project types the company was and is engaged in. The internship experience allowed me to explore the various ways I could be part of them. The mentorships I was afforded as an intern have carried over into my career at Juneau, where I still can learn as much daily as I did then."
Bryan CappsUniversity of FloridaSr. Preconstruction Engineer
"Juneau embodies some of my core values which are integrity, hard work, and family. It was an effortless decision in deciding what company to work for upon graduation."
Yomi AdeyemoGeorgia Southern University Project Manager
The job descriptions below outline the responsibilities of the various entry-level new graduate positions with Juneau.
The Preconstruction Engineer’s role is to assist the Preconstruction Manager, Project Manager and other operations staff members with preconstruction pursuits – from lump-sum hard bids to preliminary CM at Risk budgets. Preconstruction Engineers are primarily responsible for quantity take-offs, subcontractor solicitation, and scope analysis on assigned projects.
The Project Engineer’s role is to assist the Project Manager and Superintendent with the overall management of the project’s execution with emphasis on coordination of work, procurement of materials and subcontractors, review of submittals and shop drawings, the identification and resolution of design conflicts, document control, participation in OAC and jobsite meetings, and the project closeout process.
The Field Engineer’s role is to assist the Superintendent in organizing the jobsite to promote maximum productivity, including leading field crews, executing the safety and quality control programs, VDC integration in the field, development and execution of the overall master construction schedule, meeting with inspectors, and exposure to project engineering and management tasks for professional and career development.
Virtual Design + Construction
The Virtual Design and Construction Coordinator’s role is to assist the project operations team and VDC manager in the development and execution of the BIM coordination plan. VDC coordinators are primarily responsible for laser scanning new and existing conditions, development of Revit models as required by the project, clash detection, and coordination meeting documentation and follow up.
The Safety Engineer’s role is to assist the safety department and project team in the development, management, and coordination of safety related systems to successfully navigate high-risk activities in the field, such as: cranes, fall protection, scaffolding, excavations, fire prevention, concrete, electrical, and more.
Corporate roles at Juneau may include positions in Marketing and Business Development, Accounting, Risk Management, and Human Resources. These roles vary by position but play a huge role in the overall success of the company.