Construction Management Co-op (Fall 2019)

Explore the benefits that go hand-in-hand with a co-op position at SSOE Group. Collaboration, accountability, and top-notch training are building blocks we use to set you up for success.

SSOE Group is looking for a student to join our Project Controls Department at our award-winning Toledo office. Candidate should possess the desire to work under EPCM (Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management) resources for our organization while providing support to our design and engineering staff. The co-op assignments are structured so that the candidates develop the ability with each new work term to accept work assignments with increasing level of complexity and self-reliance.

SSOE internships provide opportunities for students to gain experience in their field, determine if they have an interest in a particular career, and create a network of contacts.

This opportunity is considered integral to the Construction Team and will be provided tasks that are both technically challenging and educationally stimulating. Under guidance of the Construction Execution Team, the students will be assigned to teams associated with ongoing EPC or EPCM programs.

Although SSOE makes no guarantee of employment, it is our goal to have our Interns fully capable of stepping into a full-time rotation program to prepare them for a project management or construction position within our organization by the end of the program.

Electrical Co-op (Fall Semester)

Ability to follow directions. Experience with AutoCAD, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel preferred. High school or college drafting coursework a plus. Completed electrical circuits coursework a plus.

Civil Co-op (Summer Semester)

Explore the benefits that go hand-in-hand with a co-op position at SSOE Group. Collaboration, accountability, and top-notch training are building blocks we use to set you up for success.

We are seeking a student who is enrolled in an ABET-accredited civil engineering program, for a design team within our construction management business unit
Apply what you’ve learned in the classroom to active projects, while building professional network along the way.

An ideal candidate will be a proven self-starter that demonstrates strong leadership and comprehension skills.