All Milani & Associates employees, across the board, work together to achieve a common set of goals, and share the passion to advance themselves at their chosen profession. Each Milani employee is valued, given responsibility, trust, and provided an opportunity to achieve and grow, through the actual projects they work on, as well as numerous professional development opportunities.
Opportunities for personal growth and professional development
Milani's commitment to individual growth and advancement is supported by various internal, company sponsored seminars and workshops. Additionally, Milani's policy is to reimburse employees for the successful completion of a wide range of career development and educational opportunities of their own choosing.
How to Apply
Milani & Associates is always looking for qualified candidates for engineering positions, surveying and mapping, and field engineering services at all levels. Even if no specific positions are indicated as being open, interested candidates are encouraged to submit resumes so that when opportunities do become available, they will be the first to be contacted. Not all positions that become available are advertised. If you are interested in finding out what opportunities are currently available, please send your resume to Kay at: email@example.com.
Minimum Requirements for:
Entry Level Education: Four-year or equivalent BS program in Civil Engineering or Engineering Technological/Surveying Curriculum Licensing Requirement: None Experience: None
Level-2/3 Education: Four-year or equivalent BS program in Civil Engineering or Engineering Technological/Surveying Curriculum Licensing Requirement: Engineering & Training (EIT) or Land Surveying & Training (LSIT) Experience: 1-3 years in Consulting Civil Engineering environment or construction related activity, i.e. Field Engineer or Field Surveyor. Basic knowledge of AutoCAD/Civil Design/Surveying & Mapping; Basic working knowledge of spread sheet applications and Microsoft Word or WordPerfect.
Level 4 Same Requirements as Level 2/3, but must be a Licensed Professional Civil Engineer or Licensed Land Surveyor current to practice in the State of California.