We’re always looking for skilled professionals who share our passions to improve quality of life and improve the built environment. We currently offer opportunities in the following engineering disciplines: Civil/Environmental, Mechanical/Electrical, Transportation, Construction Engineering, Structural
We understand the importance of networking and are always looking for talented professionals who share our values and want to make a difference. Our Referral Bonus Program offers a way for professionals like you to recommend qualified candidates for open positions in our company.
Who can make a referral?
Anyone – clients, alumni and friends of Clark Dietz are invited to refer qualified candidates for open positions.
How do I make a referral?
1. View our opportunities to see what we’re looking for.
2. Spread the word within your network.
3. Submit an applicant’s resume along with a completed Candidate Referral Form to our HR Department.
What’s in it for me?
Your referral makes you eligible to receive a bonus if it results in a hire, it’s as simple as that!
We believe the uniqueness of our firm comes from within. At the heart of our organization is a team of people who believe in making a difference, embracing diversity, and giving back to improve quality of life in the communities we serve.
We take pride in generating solutions that benefit people’s everyday lives.
Our collaborative, flexible environment allows us to work across disciplines and offices to provide the highest quality service to our clients.
Our teams give back by volunteering their time and expertise locally and globally.
Diversity enhances our culture and promotes innovation. Clark Dietz is proud to offer scholarships that support diversity in our workplace and our profession.
As an organization, Clark Dietz staff is 13% minority and 22% female. We believe that supporting the next generation of engineers from under-represented groups will benefit not only our firm but our profession as a whole. As part of the company’s diversity efforts, Clark Dietz has established annual scholarships for under-represented students enrolled in undergraduate engineering programs at the following institutions: