Birmingham, AL and Huntsville, AL | 2025 | Multiple Positions Available
At Sain Associates, we are proud to be one of Alabama’s premier multi-disciplined civil engineering firms. We are a ±70-person team, offering services in Traffic/Transportation Planning and Engineering, Civil Engineering, Land Surveying, CE&I, and GIS.
We are now accepting applications for our Internship Program. We are looking for students who are currently pursuing their bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and are passionate about positively shaping their communities through engineering.
Our internship offers students valuable project work experience within a consulting firm. We take great pride in witnessing the positive impact of our efforts in communities, and we want our interns to share in that sense of fulfillment. By the end of the internship, we aim for our interns to have participated in projects where they can clearly see the difference they’ve made. This could involve contributing to the design of new roadways and sites or proposing safety improvements that can save lives.
Typically, our interns will work with one or two of our service areas, where they collaborate with the team on design projects and learn how to revise and draft plans using our software. Throughout the program, interns may go on site visits, research project specific requirements, coordinate utilities, and participate in team meetings.
We are currently hiring interns for our Birmingham and Huntsville offices.
- Pursuing a degree in civil engineering
- Possess strong written and oral communication skills with English proficiency
- Ability to adhere to safety standards and company policies
SERVICE AREA OPPORTUNITIES
- Infrastructure (Roadway Design)
HOW TO APPLY?
We are accepting applications for our Summer 2025 Internship Program through December 1, 2024. Internships during fall and spring semesters are welcome to apply on a rolling basis. To apply submit a resume to email@example.com.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.