CH2M gears up for global infrastructure growth
As a trend for investments in infrastructure gains ground in the United States and around the world, CH2M is ramping up efforts to attract top engineering talent.
As a trend for investments in infrastructure gains ground in the United States and around the world, CH2M, a global engineering and consulting firm that leads in the delivery of sustainable development solutions for infrastructure, is ramping up efforts to attract top engineering talent. The global recruitment campaign comes as the firm recognizes Engineer’s Week, February 19 to 25.
Engineer’s Week aims to ensure a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing interest in engineering careers and by promoting pre-college literacy in math and science. In support of attracting these innovators and fearless game-changers, CH2M plans to hire full-time engineering and program/project delivery positions in order to match the growth of the company.
“In early 2017, we secured major contracts expediting our need to expand our talented work force,” said Greg McIntyre, CH2M State and Local Governments president. “With our global reputation as being a best place to work and one of the world’s most ethical companies, this is an excellent opportunity to join a company taking on game-changing work.”
CH2M seeks to hire professionals within all client sectors – private, state and local governments, and national governments – who meet each day with integrity and are dedicated to tackling our clients’ toughest infrastructure and natural resource challenges.
“We are committed to providing employees with fulfilling project experiences that challenge their skills, and the opportunity to develop a rewarding career journey,” added McIntyre.
CH2M designs, builds and manages some of the largest and most complex infrastructure projects in the world. The firm has a reputation for delivering innovative, sustainable solutions advancing smart and scalable infrastructure, partnering with governments, cities and businesses to help advance social, environmental and economic goals.