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locationVienna, VA 22180, USA
PublishedPublished: 12/8/2023

Interns are provided with the opportunity to work with a team through all the phases of a construction project. Practical experience gained from Clune's Internship Program may supplement education from your University.

Responsibilities

Clune Project Management interns learn the full life-cycle of a project from bidding through closeout. They gain experience coordinating with and issuing information to subcontractors. Their teams will demonstrate how to communicate with clients, architects, and engineers and provide experience in various meetings. Clune's PM Interns leave the program with a better understanding of budgets, drawings and contract documents.

Field Interns will spend time working with a Clune Superintendent on one or more job sites. They learn the ins-and-outs of building a job in a hands-on environment. Interns in the field will coordinate with subcontractors, assist with safety and logistics, and learn about project scheduling. Clune Superintendent Interns leave the program with a better understanding of quality control, punch lists, drawing sets and various building rules and regulations.

What We Offer

At Clune we value each of our employees and care about their wellbeing. We strive to provide best-in-class benefits packages, including:

  • Competitive pay to interns of all experience levels
  • Paid medical benefits
  • Commuter Spending Account
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Core Values and Behaviors

Clune Construction is proud to have Core Values and Behaviors that all of our employees represent. We expect all incoming employees to do the same. These Core Values are: Service, Teamwork, Respect, Excellence, Leadership and Innovation. Performance is evaluated with these Core Values in mind.

Requirements

Responsibilities will grow as your experience with Clune grows. Project Management Intern responsibilities include but are not limited to the below:Review & process shop drawings

  • Review & process RFIs
  • Assist in budget preparation
  • Coordinate & issue information to subcontractors
  • Attend coordination meetings
  • Perform quantity take-offs
  • Maintain project logs
  • Become familiar in reading drawings, specs and contract documents
  • Assist with project close-outs

Field Intern responsibilities include but are not limited to the below:

  • Attend various coordination meetings
  • Document and maintain field records
  • Assist in punchlist completion
  • Implement site logistics
  • Coordinate and issue information to subcontractors
  • Understand and coordinate base building rules and regulations
  • Understand and monitor Quality Control (QA/QC)
  • Provide photos for documentation and weekly updates
  • Maintain project drawing sets
  • Become familiar in reading drawings, specs and contract documents
  • Clune’s daily work hours are 7:30AM to 4:30PM with a one (1) hour lunch break. Workload may cause this time to fluctuate and even necessitate longer hours, including weekends.

All candidates must provide a resume.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.