Clark's internships allows students to explore the fundamentals of construction management. Interns will find themselves on a project team performing tasks in field engineering, project management, and/or acquisitions. Depending on the size and need, an intern will have specific assignments in one or more of these areas. A summary of those areas include:
Field Engineering provides an understanding of how the building comes together from the ground up. Field Engineers lay the groundwork for projects and coordinate the "nuts and bolts" of work on site.
Project Management provides an understanding of both the day-to-day and long-term business and financial management associated with construction projects.
The Acquisitions or "front end" departments include preconstruction, estimating and purchasing. All provide an understanding of how Clark develops and maintains relationships in order to acquire new opportunities.
-Support the project management team with subcontractor and supplier coordination, material tracking, file management, document control (submittals, RFIs and change orders) and progress reporting
-Work with field supervision to assist with project layout, setting control lines, surveying, construction drawing and trade coordination, verification of field conditions and quality control
-Participate in Clark Corporate University classes, mentorship activities, and company-sponsored events
-Current junior (rising senior) pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in engineering, architecture, construction management or a related discipline
-Previous industry internship/work experience a plus
-Must demonstrate genuine interest in the construction industry
-Solution oriented, problem solver with a “hands-on” and team-oriented attitude
-Able to work approximately 40 hours per week for a summer internship
-Success managing multiple priorities in a deadline driven environment
-Demonstrated ability to communicate and influence supervisors, peers, and external partners
This internship is located in Clark’s Mid-Atlantic region (Washington DC metropolitan area).
As we interview potential candidates, a priority will be placed upon those from the Mid-Atlantic region. Please send a resume with an email cover letter to John Dickson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please feel free to contact John Dickson with any further questions at 301-440-2997.