Careers

There really is no secret as to what keeps Doster’s foundation so strong, and what allows us to keep building a bigger future: Our employees are our most valued asset, and at Doster they are a part of our family.

We know our success is dependent upon our employees’ knowledge, imagination, skills, teamwork and integrity. Because of this, we are committed to making the work environment energetic, exciting and new. We strive to help our employees balance work with home. And to retain and invest in the future of our company, we offer competitive wages and benefits and encourage opportunities for professional advancement and growth. Click here to learn more about about why Doster is such a great place to work.

Current Opportunities

Doster offers opportunities for top construction professionals at all stages of their careers. With projects being built throughout the country, Doster offers an array of positions and locations to work. Consistently ranked as one of the top general contractors in the nation and always on the forefront of emerging technology, we provide the chance to work with the best in the industry.

We are currently accepting resumes for the following positions. Please submit your resume to careers@dosterconstruction.com.

  • Multifamily Senior Superintendent

    Doster is currently seeking a Multifamily Senior Superintendent. As Multifamily Senior Superintendent, he/she will schedule, coordinate and supervise craft employee activities. The position may involve supervising one or more trade groups (electricians, boilermakers, carpenters, etc.) working in particular construction discipline (civil, structural, electoral). Proven track record of consistent job performance achieving profitability goals and owner satisfaction on major projects with Doster. Other duties include studying the Owners contract drawings and specifications to thoroughly understand scope of work to be performed; planning and supervising craft activities; determining method of construction, manpower levels, material quantities, equipment, temporary power sources, work schedule and document actual hours worked; studying all shop drawings and understand in detail how everything physically fits together; coordinating with the Project Manager closely on the shop drawings. It is the Project Manager’s responsibility to check them in detail. The Project Manager should be knowledgeable enough to explain them to the superintendent and answer his questions; planning to ensure work complies with drawings, specifications and schedule; coordinating assigned work in conjunction with the work of multiple subcontractors; maintaining liaison and relationship with Owner/Architect and Subcontractors (earn their respect); studing all of the subcontracts and purchase orders on his project and understand thoroughly the scope of work for each subcontractor and vendor. If items need interpretation, involve the Project Manager to define the exact scope of work.

    Recommended Experience: 5-20 Years

    Education/Certification(s): Related education and/or experience; 1st Aid/CPR; OSHA course completion card

    Recommended Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    Knowledge of computer programs such as Microsoft Office and scheduling software; knowledge of industry trends and innovations; highly skilled in communication, public relations, organization, teamwork, accuracy, attention to detail, time management, craft knowledge, interpretation of contract documents, management of others, layout, conflict resolution and assistance of others

    Working Conditions

    Considerable local and non-local travel required; work with a group and/or team; frequent conflict situations may be present; work after normal business hours; potential hazardous work; possible erratic weather conditions

  • Healthcare Senior Superintendent

    Doster is currently seeking a Healthcare Senior Superintendent. As Healthcare Senior Superintendent, he/she will schedule, coordinate and supervise craft employee activities. The position may involve supervising one or more trade groups (electricians, boilermakers, carpenters, etc.) working in particular construction discipline (civil, structural, electoral). Proven track record of consistent job performance achieving profitability goals and owner satisfaction on major projects with Doster. Other duties include studying the Owners contract drawings and specifications to thoroughly understand scope of work to be performed; planning and supervising craft activities; determining method of construction, manpower levels, material quantities, equipment, temporary power sources, work schedule and document actual hours worked; studying all shop drawings and understand in detail how everything physically fits together; coordinating with the Project Manager closely on the shop drawings. It is the Project Manager’s responsibility to check them in detail. The Project Manager should be knowledgeable enough to explain them to the superintendent and answer his questions; planning to ensure work complies with drawings, specifications and schedule; coordinating assigned work in conjunction with the work of multiple subcontractors; maintaining liaison and relationship with Owner/Architect and Subcontractors (earn their respect); studing all of the subcontracts and purchase orders on his project and understand thoroughly the scope of work for each subcontractor and vendor. If items need interpretation, involve the Project Manager to define the exact scope of work.

    Recommended Experience: 5-20 Years

    Education/Certification(s): Related education and/or experience; 1st Aid/CPR; OSHA course completion card

    Recommended Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    Must have been the Lead Superintendent on a $50,000,000+ Healthcare project. Knowledge of computer programs such as Microsoft Office and scheduling software; knowledge of industry trends and innovations; highly skilled in communication, public relations, organization, teamwork, accuracy, attention to detail, time management, craft knowledge, interpretation of contract documents, management of others, layout, conflict resolution and assistance of others

    Working Conditions

    Considerable local and non-local travel required; work with a group and/or team; frequent conflict situations may be present; work after normal business hours; potential hazardous work; possible erratic weather conditions

  • Multifamily Project Manager

    Doster is currently seeking a Multifamily Project Manager. As Multifamily Project Manager, he/she will provide overall coordination of designated project(s) to ensure that project(s) are delivered within budget and schedule, while building and maintaining a lasting relationship with clients, design team professionals, and subcontractors. Other duties include providing overall project(s) coordination in buyout, contract issuance, cost control, document control, and project closeout; providing assistance to the project team(s) by aiding in scheduling, material procurement, and quantity control; providing assistance to the estimating team during the pre-construction phase of project(s); building and maintaining lasting relationships with clients, design team professionals, and subcontractors; ensuring designated project(s) are in accordance with company policies and procedures; overseeing the development and retention of employees directly supervising; providing support for the recruitment of new employees and any additional assigned duties

    Recommended Experience: 3-10 Years

    Education/Certification(s): Related Degree and/or experience

    Recommended Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    Knowledge of computer programs such as Microsoft Office, scheduling software, internet, and project management software; knowledge of industry trends, innovations, market, and geography; knowledge of corporate and industry practices, processes, and standards; highly skilled in communication, public relations, organization, teamwork, accuracy, attention to detail, time management, conflict resolution, cost management, training, forecasting and management of others

    Working Conditions

    Considerable local and non-local travel required; work with or lead a group and/or team; frequent conflict situations may be present; work after normal business hours; potential hazardous work; possible erratic weather conditions