FULL-TIME & INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
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Types of Employment
Moss employs salaried and hourly positions. Encompassing the gamut of what is required to operate a national, billion-dollar construction firm, Moss has over 500 employees with the nation’s top construction professionals and the protégés they mentor.
Internships are a great way to gain invaluable experience in a discipline or industry you’re interested in. Moss values determined and energetic individuals who are not afraid to roll up their sleeves and make a difference!
Moss provides an empowering environment where you collaborate with a team of fun, entrepreneurial spirited individuals. Our people care about each other, inspire one another, and take significant ownership in their work while achieving client delight on every project. A partial sampling of our internship program benefits include:
Moss believes our best investment is in our people who help us sustain our commitment to service and quality. As a result, an emphasis on training and development continues to be a priority at all levels of the organization. At Moss, you’ll learn directly from our experts and share knowledge, best practices and experiences with other employees across the company.
Learning Opportunities at Moss Include:
Full-time salaried employees who are scheduled to work at least 30 hours per week are eligible for most benefits on their first day of hire, with certain exceptions. We are proud of the benefits we offer, which attract new, and retain existing talent. A partial sampling of these benefits include:
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Equal Employment Opportunity
Moss is committed to a policy of ensuring equal employment opportunity in compliance with applicable federal, state, and local statutes and regulations. The officer in charge of human resources serves as the Equal Employment Opportunity Officer (EEO).
We are an equal opportunity employer. In all cases, we employ, promote, transfer and provide equal access without regard to race, color, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, disability or veteran status. Additionally, unless under certain circumstances, Moss will not discriminate against based on inquiring about, disclosing, or discussing their compensation or the compensation of other applicants or employees.
We encourage all our employees to refer minorities, females, individuals with disabilities or veterans, who may qualify, and to provide them with information concerning requirements and opportunities available. It is our policy to provide for all such employees a working atmosphere free of harassment or discrimination of any kind.
Drug-Free Work Place
Recognizing that substance abuse (including alcohol) is a detrimental problem facing society, Moss will do the best we can to actively fight this problem. One of the ways we are addressing this problem is by implementing and maintaining a substance abuse policy to ensure the company will be a drug-free workplace.
We understand employees and applicants under a physician’s care may be required to use prescription drugs; however, illegal use of prescribed medications is also substance abuse and will be dealt with in the same manner as the abuse of illegal substances. The ultimate goal of this policy is to balance our respect for individual privacy with our need to keep a safe, productive, drug-free environment. We encourage those who abuse drugs and/or alcohol to voluntarily seek help. This policy contains an employee assistance resource file which allows employees and their families to find help in dealing with alcohol or drug abuse. However, it is the employee’s responsibility to seek help before drug and alcohol problems lead to disciplinary action.
Moss’ Standard of Conduct requires that employees of Moss shall not use illegal drugs or abuse alcohol or prescription medications. Any employee determined to be in violation of this policy is subject to disciplinary action, even for the first offense.
At Moss, we make it fun and inspiring to work hard. We care about the well being and success of our employees and business partners. Our teams are empowered to embrace opportunities, innovate and overcome challenges.
Employees consistently rank Moss as one the of the best places to work, and we continue to work hard to make sure our culture is one in which our people are happy and flourishing. Above all else, we are a high-performing group of individuals determined to deliver our very best every day.
At Moss, we have a forward-looking attitude built on integrity. It encompasses both our projects and our people and keeps us looking to the future with a great deal of excitement about all that we can accomplish together.
Here, we live by a set of Non-Negotiable Standards that our employees created. These standards are central to our culture and solid foundation.
At the onset of each project, Moss’ risk management team of full-time safety professionals—develops a comprehensive, site-specific safety plan that serves as the benchmark for all parties associated with that project.
Our Experience Modification Rating (EMR)—consistently better than the construction industry average—makes us a safety leader in the construction industry. By implementing aggressive safety standards and developing pioneering models, we have been recognized by OSHA as one of the elite construction companies in their Safety Recognition Program. We have also received numerous National Safety Awards distributed by Liberty Mutual Insurance Group.