Are you interested in a career at a local company where you and your skills will be noticed?
Anderson Bogert is a general civil engineering firm with an emphasis in transportation, municipal, sanitary, storm sewer, and residential and commercial site development design. Our firm is committed to providing professional and relationship-based engineering services. Anderson Bogert provides technical experience in specialized civil engineering and planning services, with a focus on a high level of personalized service for our clients. Our working environment features a close-knit team approach.
We are always interested in speaking with highly qualified and motivated individuals with civil engineering and drafting backgrounds, regardless of specific openings.
If you are interested in working for Anderson Bogert, please apply in person, on our website at www.anderson-bogert.com/contact-us, via email to email@example.com, or send resume and cover letter to:
William Bogert, President
4001 River Ridge Drive NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Our typical work week is 40 hours, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We traditionally operate "summer hours" from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Fridays between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
We do not require, or spend, a lot of overtime. We expect our staff to work efficiently so the whole team can succeed, on-time.
General dress in the office is business casual; however, meetings with clientele may dictate a more professional attire.
The offices of Anderson Bogert are designated as non-smoking work environments. Smoking is not permitted in Anderson Bogert offices, parking lots, company vehicles, or anywhere on the premises.
Anderson Bogert is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
Our company has various sponsored social events each year, and a monthly company lunch meeting to discuss progress, work issues, planning of Company social events and, occasionally, a speaker on various subjects.
We encourage staff to be involved in civic organizations, service clubs, and luncheon clubs. We feel community involvement builds well rounded character and helps develop employees who are engaged in the communities we serve.
- Paid Time Off (PTO)
- Health Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Long-Term Disability Insurance
- 401k Retirement Plan
- Cafeteria Plan (Flex Plan)
- Personal Computer Reimbursement
- Eight Paid Holidays
New employees receive extensive on-the-job training. Our training program is designed to grow the professional development of each team member. Our training program has three goals:
- Prepare and develop for professional licensure.
- Prepare and develop technical abilities towards the specialty area best suited for the candidate.
- Prepare and develop interpersonal skills, management ability, client contacts, public contact, and other "soft skills" so the candidate can realize their fullest potential.
We view training as an ongoing process throughout a person's career. The engineering profession is not static, and new business opportunities arise frequently. In the first year, a new employee will experience many different tasks in a variety of fields. Most of the work will be concentrated in the person's general field of expertise. However, it is important that a new employee sees what other team members' responsibilities, duties, and work are like.
The first year will consist of learning our systems, basic design and simple analyses, and assisting on project specific work. Before advancing into a specialty engineering discipline, the new employee must demonstrate proficiency in general Civil Engineering practice.
Annual reviews are conducted with each employee to discuss their career goals and help map out a plan to achieve those goals. We review their goals from the previous year and how much progress was made toward those goals.
Anderson Bogert will financially support educational expenses directly associated with work-oriented development. Reimbursement for an academic degree program is conditional upon:
- The person must work for the company for at least one year prior to taking course work eligible for reimbursement.
- The person must agree to work for the company for at least one year after the course work is completed.
- The course must be successfully completed.
- The degree program and course work must be pre-approved by a firm principal. Generally, the applicant will be responsible to show how the degree program will be of benefit to the Company.