In college and about to begin your new job search? Well, you’ve landed at the right place. Paciulli, Simmons & Associates actively recruits talented college graduates for opportunities in our firm. Our college recruiting program is the backbone of the firm’s growth, and we strongly believe in promoting from within. Almost half of our senior management staff started with their firm as entry-level employees!
We recruit from colleges and universities in the Mid-Atlantic region with strong civil engineering, landscape architecture and environmental science programs such as the University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, VMI, George Mason University to name just a few. Through our partnership and presence at University career fairs and course lectures, we have had great success in hand selecting our interns and entry-level applicants early in their careers and educational process. Once recruited, new graduates are given the tools to make immediate meaningful contributions within our firm, most of our entry-level staff is managing their own projects within two years of joining the firm.
Additionally, our strong commitment to continuing education is backed by a 100% tuition reimbursement to our regular full-time employees who wish to take educational seminars and courses related to Professional Registration and License Fees or to further their education in a degree program to advance in their present position. Many of our staff received advanced degrees while working with us.
“I found the size of Paciulli, Simmons and Associates and the type of projects the firm worked on to be exactly what I was looking for. However, it was the welcoming environment and openness of the principles and staff that made my choice final. Paciulli, Simmons and Associates' longevity in the market and high profile projects is still a perfect fit.”
Ashley Stafford, PE
University of Virginia
“What made me choose PSA? The career development and growth opportunities far exceeded my expectations. The environment is warm and friendly with an open atmosphere that fosters teamwork.”
Meredith Baker, PE