How to Apply

Application Process

Individuals interested in applying for a URS Energy & Construction Internship Position must apply on-line through our website. A formal application and resume are to be submitted for consideration. Candidates are reviewed against minimum and preferred qualifications as listed on the job posting. Those applicants meeting the minimum and preferred qualifications will be pre-screened and then those with the applicable qualifications will be submitted to the hiring manager for review and consideration. Those being considered for the internship position will receive a formal interview either via phone or in person. Formal offers of employment will be made through our Human Resource department.

Application Deadline

URS Energy & Construction will open internship job postings for a 2 week period at the end of October. Applications are only accepted during that 2 week period of time.

Contact

Kathy A Evans
7800 East Union Avenue
Suite 100
Denver, CO 80237
Phone: 216-523-5621
E-mail: kathy.evans@urs.com
http://www.urs.com

Requirements

SCOPE: The URS Energy & Construction Internship Program is designed to engage students from colleges, universities and technical schools in the practical application of a major administrative or technical study and to familiarize the intern with the interactions and requirements of the industry. Internships are designed to introduce and build essential, hands on skills that differ from those attained in the academic arena and help to enhance the transition from student to professional. Interns are assigned duties that will provide a broad, well-rounded learning experience.

Administrative Interns

Intern-Administrative I
INA1
Education: Student from an accredited college or university with a minimum of 30 credit hours.
Intern-Administrative II
INA2
Education: Student from an accredited college or university with a minimum of 60 credit hours.
Intern-Administrative III
INA3
Education: Student from an accredited college or university with a minimum of 90 credit hours.
Intern-Administrative IV
INA4
Education: Student from an accredited college or university with a minimum of 120 credit hours.
Intern-Administrative V
INA5
Education: Bachelor's degree, currently pursuing Master's degree.

Technical Interns: For example, individuals interning in Environmental Sciences, Construction Management, various engineering disciplines

Intern-Technical I
INT1
Education: Student from an accredited college, university or recognized technical school with a minimum of 30 credit hours.
Intern-Technical II
INT2
Education: Student from an accredited college, university or recognized technical school with a minimum of 60 credit hours.
Intern-Technical III
INT3
Education: Student from an accredited college or university with a minimum of 90 credit hours.
Intern-Technical IV
INT4
Education: Student from an accredited college or university with a minimum of 120 credit hours.
Intern-Technical V
INT5
Education: Bachelor's degree, currently pursuing Master's degree.