Working with Kevcon, Inc.
Do you always do the right thing, even when no one is watching? Do you embrace technologies to surpass clients’ expectations? Do you strive for excellence in everything that you do?
Kevcon, Inc. is always searching for individuals who are passionate about meeting the challenges of an ever changing construction industry. We believe that a well-trained staff is the key to our success. To nurture the continued growth of our employees’ knowledge and skills, we encourage a culture of collaborative coaching, learning and sharing. If you enjoy working in a fast-paced, interesting environment with dynamic teammates, come join us!
Some of the possible career positions we offer include:
- Project Manager
- Project Engineer
- Project Superintendent
- Safety Professional
- Office Administrator
- Business Development
- IT Specialist
- Proposal Writer
For Current Opportunities at Kevcon, Inc., please click in the box to the right.
Kevcon, Inc. is proud to hire veterans and transitioning military service members. Military service members contribute a unique combination of skills and experience to the business world. Skills like leadership, loyalty, discipline, and adaptability. About half of all our field personnel are Veterans.
Kevcon, Inc. provides regular, full-time employees with a competitive compensation and benefits package. Our core benefits include:
AFLAC Supplemental Insurance
Flexible Spending Account
Vacation and Sick Pay
Technical & Professional Training
Continuing Education Assistance
Direct Deposit Payroll
Kevcon, Inc. is a strong believer in the value of real world, hands-on work experience while in college. For this reason we strive to provide opportunities to students of Construction Management and Engineering programs. We hire students for paid year-round and summer internships. Over 50 percent of our interns have accepted full-time positions with Kevcon, Inc. after graduation. Currently we recruit students from colleges in and around California but we are always receptive to applications from qualified students in other states.