Millstone Weber Careers

People First

Millstone Weber operates in nearly every sector of the heavy civil transportation construction industry, giving us the opportunity to build long-lasting quality relationships we’re proud to be a part of.

Our strong employee retention rate speaks to both the growth opportunities we provide and the core values we constantly work towards:

People, Quality, Innovation, & Continuous Improvement

Career Opportunities

At Millstone Weber we believe that we make a difference. It’s what sets us apart. As exceptional builders, we improve lives and give back to the communities we work in.

If you share our values and know you could make a great contribution to the Millstone Weber team, we invite you to browse our current available positions:

Internship Program

The Millstone Weber LLC Internship Program offers a well-rounded, educational work experience for undergraduates seeking a career in construction. The MW program
is more than a summer job – it’s a professional and educational program that prepares students for a successful transition to a challenging and rewarding career. It’s also a
chance for MW to see students in action, matching the talents and interests of today’s brightest minds to the emerging needs of our business.

The MW program is designed to offer participants an overall vision of life at Millstone Weber. The typical sequence includes:

  • Setting goals for learning and development.
  • Receiving guidance from MW mentors.
  • Working in real-life construction, construction management and administrative situations.
  • Receiving feedback and a formal evaluation.

Our ideal internship/co-op candidates are:

  • Freshmen, sophomores, or juniors currently enrolled at 2-year or 4-year college or university.
  • Majors in Engineering, Construction Management, Safety, Architectural Studies, Finance, Accounting, or Human Resources.
  • Proactive, open-minded, eager to learn, and willing to work hard as part of a team.

The length of the program varies but summer internship programs can range anywhere from 6-10 weeks. Additionally, interns/co-ops are hired nationwide.

How to Apply for an Internship

Résumés and letters of application are accepted year-round. The program is open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors enrolled in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Construction Engineering Technology, Occupational Health, Safety, & Environment, and Accounting degree programs. Students pursing all other related degrees in Engineering are also encouraged to apply.

For more information about the internship program or to send your resumé and cover letter, please contact
Colette Diedrich (636) 688-8879 or by email at colette.diedrich@millstoneweber.com

Millstone Weber LLC Headquarters Recruiting Group

601 Fountain Lakes Blvd.
St. Charles, MO 63301

636-688-8879

 

Equal Employment Opportunity

Millstone Weber is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has long led the industry in training and hiring a diverse and inclusive workforce. To accomplish our goals of quality, innovation and continuous improvement, we are committed to partnering with employees and subcontractors who share our company values and seek to continually exceed the expectations of project owners.

We strive to maintain a work environment that provides all employees with an opportunity to be successful without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disabled Veterans and Vietnam Era Veterans, age, or physical/mental condition. As part of that policy, we adopt and support the Equal Opportunity Laws that are designed to promote the full realization of equal employment opportunity through a positive continuing program.

Safety

Our single most valuable asset is our people. Millstone Weber works with all employees to develop safe work habits, adhering to best practices, so that they will exercise good judgment in and around our job sites. Our highest priority on a project is to protect all employees and civilians from recognized hazards. Everyone at Millstone Weber is responsible and accountable for safeguarding the wellbeing of all employees’ by implementing safety planning into every aspect of our daily operations.

Safety is a continuous learning process; therefore new standards are developed and work methods are constantly improved. Millstone Weber’s commitment to achieving the overarching goal of completing every project without incident takes a team effort in that everyone must take an active role in the prevention of accidents.

 

Millstone Weber Safety Programs

In the pursuit of continuous workplace safety improvement, Millstone Weber has implemented several programs and procedures to ensure that every employee is equipped with the knowledge and resources to maintain a safe and healthy working environment:

Alcohol and Drug-Free Workplace Program

Every employee participates in our Alcohol and Drug-Free Workplace program. Supervisors also receive Drug & Alcohol Awareness training for Reasonable Suspicion.

New Employee Orientation Program

Each new employee receives an intensive new employee orientation that covers company safety policies and procedures, followed by a written test to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding.

Training & Certification Programs

All construction superintendents and project managers receive the OSHA 30 hour training and an annual eight hour refresher course on various safety topics and company policies. The Safety Department also conducts frequent safety meetings on each of our projects addressing site specific issues. Certification programs include Qualified Forklift Operator, Flagger Certification, Excavation Competent Person, Qualified Signal Person, Qualified Rigger, First Aid / CPR, and Fall Prevention & Protection Competent Person & Equipment Inspection training.

Subcontractor Compliance

The belief in protecting employees also extends to subcontractors through training sessions on Millstone Weber policies and procedures. Subcontractors are thoroughly evaluated, continuously monitored for safe practices, and carefully reviewed prior to establishing new contracts.

Safety Inspections

Jobsite superintendents perform daily inspections in addition to their monthly comprehensive documented inspection. Safety department personnel conduct regular “Walkthroughs” on all job sites.

“Near Miss” Incentive Program

MW believes in advancing safety by learning from experience. One of our most beneficial tools is the Near Miss reporting procedure where even incidents that did not result in damage or injury — but potentially could have — are reported, allowing the incident to be investigated and corrective actions taken before any potential incidents occur.To encourage the use of the Near Miss Program, a $250 “Near Miss of the Quarter” award is presented to the near miss selected by the safety committee members that provides the most proactive preventative measure. A $1,000 “Near Miss of the Year” award is presented to the near miss selected by the safety committee members of the four quarterly winners.

Annual Safety Incentive Award

This program encourages and rewards employees to perform their work in a safe manner to prevent injuries to themselves and all fellow employees. All employees working a minimum of 1,000 hours are eligible for an annual safety incentive award. To maintain their eligibility, employees must follow established safety policies, report all incidents in a timely manner, and work in a manner that prevents personal injury.