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Our Career Opportunities

You really can love where you work—especially when you work for Milender White.

Now Seeking Talented, Career-Driven Individuals

Join a company where the ladder to success is shorter and the path upward is created on day one.

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Committed to Giving Our Employees the Best

Culture

At Milender White, we don’t just build buildings, we build people.  We treat one another with respect, commitment, and act with the shared values of innovation, doing our best, and teamwork. We believe in a balance of hard work and play as key to a successful and thriving company.  We value the unique diversity of experience and perspective that each employee offers.

Investment in Your Future

Fostering a culture of growth is important to us because it provides opportunities for our employees while enabling us to grow together as a company. Through state-of-the-art training, collaboration at every level, the chance to learn from others, and ongoing training programs, we set our employees up for success. We also offer internship programs, reimbursement for continuing education, and consistent opportunities for promotion.

Our First-Class Benefits

We believe that treating our employees right means providing the best benefits possible. From health insurance to flexible vacation, 401k, and more, Milender White prides itself in giving our employees what they need to have a safe, successful career and life.

Job Security and Longevity

We are proud that 35% of Milender White employees have dedicated 5 or more years of service. This means that our employees feel a sense of commitment, they appreciate the growth opportunities, and they value the benefits of working for a company that believes in their futures. Milender White is always seeking talented individuals who love what they do, are consistently wanting to learn and develop, and are excited to join a hard-working and inspiring team.

Where Successful Careers Begin with First Hand Experience

Take the first step toward a fulfilling career at Milender White by applying for our Internship program. As an Intern, you’ll be actively involved in hands-on work and learning from day one. Much like our full-time employees, you’ll gain valuable experience in the real work of building projects while meeting new friends, mentors and role models.  Internships are available in both Milender White districts—Southern California and Rocky Mountain. Through our college campus recruiting program, we actively hire interns for our summer and winter building seasons.

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Field Management

Field Engineer

Engineering and construction management graduates start here. As FE, you begin filling your tool belt with hands-on project experience – including trade partner and craft relationships, production reporting, layout, and primary and secondary control. Most importantly, this is where your safety training starts, and your safety culture is integrated into all you do.

Office Engineer

Office Engineer

Assigned to the Shared Resource Center, you will continue to develop basic office management skills – includes submittal management, posting contract documents, RFI’s, maintaining project records and assisting the Project Engineer. This position receives standard benefits.

Project Engineer

Project Engineer

As PE, your coordination and completion of assigned projects on site increases, and can include shop drawing and product data coordination, maintaining records of submittals and approvals, monitoring the procurement/manufacturing process, and contract oversight. You will also coordinate Quality Control performance and accountability steps, as well as warranty work.

Area Superintendent

Area Superintendent

This role advances your organizational skills, team-based problem solving, proactive leadership and strong management techniques. You help manage schedules, logistics, meeting leadership, safety, quality, and project goals. You are now a leader of project activities and have essential oversight for daily safety practices and for supporting all team members.

Project Superintendent

Project Superintendent

As PS, you are responsible for overall coordination and completion of all project aspects, including direct communication with owners, trade partners, architects, and team members. You help lead outstanding service and results in safety, schedule, quality, financial management, work procurement, staff development, planning, risk management and client satisfaction.

General Superintendent

General Superintendent

You implement the highest site safety standards in the industry, extensive quality control programs, resource-loaded scheduling, phasing and logistics planning, environmental compliance programs and coordination of multiple trades and trade partners. You provide professional development and mentorship for teams and overall project strategic planning.

Field Operations Executive

Field Operations Executive

In this role, you are responsible for managing day-to-day field operations on varied construction project sites You recruit and train field employees to excel in all areas of project management, team collaboration, technology, safety, quality and communication.

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Project Management

Field Engineer

Engineering and construction management graduates start here. As FE, you begin filling your tool belt with hands-on project experience – including trade partner and craft relationships, production reporting, layout, and primary and secondary control. Most importantly, this is where your safety training starts, and your safety culture is integrated into all you do.

Office Engineer

Office Engineer

As OE you will master the organization, communication, and essential office management skills to effectively deliver your project’s goals. Assisting the Project Engineer, you manage submittals, posting contract documents, RFIs and maintaining project records. Your technology skills will advance with MW’s technology tools.

Project Engineer

Project Engineer

As PE, your coordination and completion of assigned projects on site increases, and can include shop drawing and product data coordination, maintaining records of submittals and approvals, monitoring the procurement/manufacturing process, and contract oversight. You will also coordinate Quality Control performance and accountability steps, as well as warranty work.

Area Superintendent

Area Superintendent

This role advances your organizational skills, team-based problem solving, proactive leadership and strong management techniques. You help manage schedules, logistics, meeting leadership, safety, quality, and project goals. You are now a leader of project activities and have essential oversight for daily safety practices and for supporting all team members.

Project Manager

Project Manager

Your leadership is focused on safety, schedule and quality performance standards throughout a project’s duration. You ensure innovative techniques and technology to help achieve the highest satisfaction, quality and overall cost savings. You are driven to provide outstanding MW service to our clients.

Senior Project Manager

Senior Project Manager

You have the skills that afford you the ability to manage all aspects of the office on multiple and extremely large projects with no oversight. Your safety attitude and leadership are exemplary. This position receives standard benefits, plus Vehicle Allowance.

Construction Executive

Construction Executive

You are responsible for the success of the project, and guide all team members to build the best, highest-quality and safest product for our clients, using metrics and advanced technology skills to measure success. Your advanced experience, management skills, financial know-how and relationship-building skills make you an ideal MW leader.

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Work Procurement

Field Engineer

Engineering and construction management graduates start here. This is where you begin filling your tool belt with hands-on project experience – includes subcontractor/craft relations, production reporting, layout, primary and secondary control; most importantly, this is where your safety training and the development of your safety culture begins. This position receives standard benefits.

Office Engineer

Office Engineer

As OE you will master the organization, communication, and essential office management skills to effectively deliver your project’s goals. Assisting the Project Engineer, you manage submittals, posting contract documents, RFIs and maintaining project records. Your technology skills will advance with MW’s technology tools.

Estimator

Estimator

Your work is essential to successfully estimate a project’s costs at its earliest stage. Your tasks involve quantity take-offs, bid solicitation, and bid tab analysis. Your communication skills are strong as you build strong relationships with trade partners.

Senior Estimator

Senior Estimator

Your estimator skills grow in this position with opportunities to expand your skills with 4D modeling analysis, value engineering skills and alternative building solutions approaches.

Preconstruction Manager

Preconstruction Manager

You lead preconstruction efforts across a wide variety of project types, including cost estimating, design management, value analysis, bid packaging and construction buyout. You find the best approaches to project scheduling and site logistical planning, coordinate quantity surveys and pricing, as well as guide overall preconstruction management services.

Chief Estimator

Chief Estimator

You have the ability and skills to develop project win strategies, exemplary subcontractor relationships, project risk analysis and accurate cost of the work determinations. You provide a high-level of departmental leadership. This position receives standard benefits, plus Vehicle Allowance.

Work Procurement Executive

Work Procurement Executive

You lead all work procurement efforts for MW and display advanced skills in risk analysis, financial management, employee relations/development, business and client relationships.

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Benefits

Milender White provides excellent benefits to employees including:

  • 401(k)
  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Long & Short Term Disability
  • Vision Insurance
  • iPhone
  • Tablet
  • Flexible Paid Vacation

Employees also have the opportunity to earn additional benefits and cash bonuses based on their role, such as:

  • Vehicle Allowance or Company Vehicle
  • S-Units
  • Paid Sabbatical
  • Referral Bonus
  • Performance Bonus
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