Construction Equipment & Contractors

Spotlight Safety

Spotlight Safety is poised to revolutionize workplace safety in the oil and gas pipeline industry through the deployment of advanced AI-driven solutions. A pioneering technology company dedicated to revolutionizing workplace safety in the oil and gas pipeline industry through the utilization of AI and advanced technology solutions.

Problem and Solution
Our focus is oil and gas pipeline safety, where traditional safety measures often fall short in identifying and mitigating risks effectively. By integrating computer vision and AI technologies, Spotlight Safety aims to provide early warning systems for pipeline leaks and releases, thereby minimizing environmental damage and reducing fines and liability for pipeline companies. Additionally, our solutions address workplace safety concerns by monitoring PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) compliance and identifying high-risk activities to prevent accidents before they occur.


Athletically minded uncapped sales position

Here at DaBella, we specialize in roofing, siding, windows, bathrooms, and gutters. Every product that our company offers are backed by American made manufactures who offer long lasting products with lifetime warranties. We live to give homeowners a one and done solution.

What would becoming a Sales Representative for DaBella mean for you? We offer elite training in all facets required to educate homeowners about our products and services, aiming to demonstrate why our company is the optimal choice for their needs. You will take pride knowing that you’re promoting products and a company that you can confidently stand behind.

DaBella was founded in Portland, Oregon in 2011. Since then, our company has grown to 51 locations across 18 states. Our mission is simple: to transform homes across America. Not only are we dedicated to homeowners, but to our employees as well. Our three core values are ‘We Lead, We Care, We Grow’. Once you become part of the DaBella family, the sky’s the limit when it comes to growth. Our goal is to have offices in every state, and to achieve this, we require additional successful family members.

If you’re seeking a career that provides stability for yourself and your family, along with opportunities for growth, DaBella is the place where you can establish your roots.

Construction Forman Internship



Internship Training Plan Objectives
Timeframe During Internship
I)                    Human Resource Training


a.       Overview of policies and procedures

b.       Training on:

–          Time management software

–          DOR sales tax submission

–          Client correspondence

–          Necessary accounting and receipt tracking

–          Employee file management (evaluations/reprimands)

–          Keep work calendar up to date
Week 1
II)                  Excavation


a.       Overview of machines and their workings

b.       Learn job specifics for foundations, septic, lot clearing, etc.

c.       Directing materials on and off jobsite

d.       Research county records for backfill requirements, staking property lines, etc.

e.       Verify project dimensions and size

f.        Learn specifics of digging utilities
Weeks 2 – 5
III)                Framing


a.       Learn how to:

–          Read blueprints and understand the engineer’s specifics

–          Lay out a truss plan

–          Follow a sheer schedule

–          Follow elevations for wall heights

b.       Install:

–          Brackets, straps, etc. for inspection callouts

–          Specific sheeting based on floors, walls and roof

c.       Ensure framework is prepared for mechanical sub-contractors
Weeks 5 – 8
IV)                Siding


a.       Learn about the multiple types of siding and how to install each (LP, Hardie, Stone, etc.)

b.       Overview of scaffolding and any lifts needed

c.       Review architects plans to ensure balance is achieved

d.       Ensure all joints are calked prior to paint
 Weeks 8 – 9
V)                  Paint


a.       Learn the paint systems for each texture within a house

b.       Understand the requirements of exterior, interior and finish trim painting

c.       Learn the different options available for interior and exterior applications
Weeks 9 – 10








VI)                Interior Finish Work


a.       Learn the specifics of how to install:

–          Interior doors, trim and cabinets based on given floor plan

–          Interior floor

–          Tile showers (follow waterproofing requirements)

b.       Learn the procedures required for each type of flooring
Weeks 10 – 12

Assistant Safety Manager

Standard Operating Procedure

Assistant Safety Manager



Daily Tasks-

·        Review Safety site inspection reports

·        Review Site Safety Photos

·        Provide safety support to crews, PM’s, PE’s and Supers.

·        Evaluate at risk employees with job site team

·        Follow up / follow through on incidents or near miss as necessary


Weekly Tasks-

·        Review Pre-Task plans for accuracy and knowledge of safety measures needed to perform tasks

·        Review Equipment inspection forms to ensure operators are properly inspecting equipment

·        Review weekly Tailgate meetings

·        Update Employee Training Logs

·        Conduct Employee Trainings as requested by Safety management

·        Review new hire employee evaluation forms

·        Create and distribute any safety incidents or near miss memo to all employees


Monthly Tasks-

·        Create Anvil Monthly newsletter

·        Conduct Safety crew meeting

·        Review safety incentive eligibility for all employees

·        Update safety logs in Avetta, Golden Shovel or ISNetworld

·        Attend industry conferences or training

·        Review safety protocols and evaluate what adjustments or changes need to be made to safety program or trainings



Bi-Yearly Tasks-

·        Conduct Safety awareness day (equipment yard)

·        Update corporate training certifications


Whiting-Turner Field Engineers coordinate the work of subcontractors on con-struction
sites. Reporting to a Project Manager or Superintendent, the Field
Engineer’s major duties include:
Basic qualifcations for Field Engineer candidates include:
Whiting-Turner will train qualifed candidates to develop:
• Coordinating and directing the work of all trades assigned to a construction work
• Resolving and clarifying design issues.
• Supporting creation of project budgets and schedules.
• Identifying and resolving feld issues and change orders.
• Setting expectations for managing a safe work site.
• Reviewing each trade’s work progress with respect to each project phase.
• Ensuring work is completed in accordance with quality standards and
contract specifcations.
• Reviewing construction drawings.
• Documenting each phase of the project.
• Bachelor of Science in an Engineering discipline, Engineering Technology or
Construction Management, Construction Technology, or related field.
• Knowledge of engineering principles.
• Knowledge of basic business principles sufficient to project and monitor expenses.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Word and Excel.
• Ability to read and understand technical specifications, blueprints, technical
manuals, product/material installation instructions and engineering /architectural
• Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
• Experience with construction projects, mechanical /electrical systems, building
materials, building mechanics or working with craft workers.
• General knowledge of safety regulations, ANSI standards, local and state building
codes, environmental codes, availability of industry-specific codes and guidelines.
• General knowledge of general construction processes, practices and work sites.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Project, Suretrak, Primavera (or other scheduling software).
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer,
including the disabled and veterans. ​

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

Whiting-Turner is one of the fastest growing construction firms in the nation, but not through acquisitions of other firms. Our growth is completely organic and derived from the pride our people take in applying ethics and talent to the opportunities presented, as well as their unwavering dedication to our primary mission — delighting our customers.

Each of our employees is an integral part of Whiting-Turner’s amazing and unique culture. Despite our size, we maintain a universal corporate culture where our employees are dedicated to quality workmanship, safe practices, innovative technologies, community outreach and the highest ethical standards. Our corporate and regional officers have been with Whiting-Turner since the earliest stages of their careers and promote this philosophical and operational consistency across the country.

Whiting-Turner is a career-oriented company whose commitment to promotion from within has resulted in successful and significant geographic expansion. Individuals who seek opportunity and additional responsibility are recognized and rewarded. Graduates can elect to be either a field engineer on a path to superintendent or a project engineer on a path to project manager. We cross-train both in all management disciplines and methods and offer the opportunity to cross over to the other path once they have been exposed and have a better feel for the fit.

Throughout the country and their careers, our people share a passion for community involvement. We support the communities in which we work to help enrich the lives of those who live in them, while also tapping into our people’s desire to be locally engaged. We sponsor and participate in a wide range of events, making a positive impact and building strong relationships within our communities

Hire G.I.


Step 1:

Check with your leadership to see if they will allow you to participate in our SkillBridge program.

Step 2:

Must be eligible for at least 90 to 180 days with our internship program.

Step 3:

Create a profile on our website: (Must attach Resume)

Step 4:

Once profile is complete, send us an email to [email protected] to schedule an interview.

Please state what opportunity of interest you are interviewing for.

Special instructions in completing your profile:

·         Click – “YES! Eligible and Interested in SkillBridge”

·         Upload Resume

·         It is important that all candidates complete their profile 100% to be eligible for an interview.


*If you are seeking immediate employment and/or have less than 90 days of availability, schedule an appointment with our transition support team. No cost to you. Please send an email to [email protected]. Our team will contact you for your employment support.


Once again, thank you for your consideration with our Hire G.I. SkillBridge program!

Sherwin-Williams Management & Sales Military Internship Program

This program is designed to provide you with all the skills needed to build a successful career in management and/or outside sales at Sherwin-Williams. After completing the program, advance into store management positions. Our managers oversee a high-performing business, providing leadership and insight into the development and strategy of their paint store.


The Sherwin-Williams Company delivers the best in paint and coatings products to the world. Every day, our more than 60,000 employees provide the energy and experience to build on our track record of success – enabling us to innovate and grow in new and exciting ways. With our people as the foundation of our Company, we offer industry-leading innovation, value-added service and expertise, and differentiated distribution to our growing base of professional, industrial, commercial and consumer customers.

Sherwin-Williams has one of the industry’s most recognized portfolios of branded and private-label products. The Company’s Sherwin-Williams® branded products are sold exclusively through a chain of more than 4,438 company operated stores and facilities in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America.

Additional brands are sold through leading mass merchandisers, home centers, independent paint dealers, hardware stores, automotive retailers, and industrial distributors across North America and in parts of Europe, China, Australia and New Zealand. We also supply a broad range of highly engineered solutions for the construction, industrial, packaging and transportation markets in more than 120 countries around the world.

Geohazard Mitigation Technician 12 Week Individual Internship

Geostabilization International Technicians are the backbone of our company and do work that saves lives while protecting infrastructure. Working across the U.S. and Canada, our technicians operate under intensive

conditions preventing landslides, remediating rockfalls, and repairing foundations and bridges. They enjoy

working outside on challenging projects in an environment that is constantly changing. This is a career

opportunity with excellent earning potential and upward growth opportunities for the right person.


As a GSI intern, you will travel the U.S. working on our various soil stabilization, grouting, or foundation

projects. GSI will pay for your travel, hotel accommodations and meals.




Your role? Work safe, work hard, and help produce the highest quality product for our clients.



Be on Active Duty and within 180 days of separation as of internship start date

Comfortable with heights

A clean Motor Vehicle Driving Record

Ability to travel 3-4 weeks at a time (During Internship and Employment)

Ability to get along with diverse groups of people

Reliability and strong work ethic

Any prior experience with grouting, construction,

Repair landslides

Build and repair bridges

Heavy equipment operating

Work together in a team environment

Work with concrete applications

Exemplify Geostabilization’ s Values at all times



Upon internship approval, complete a one-week orientation in Williamstown, KY. From there, you

will be assigned a crew for the eleven-week program.


Upon successful internship completion, you can join the Geostabilization family with potential to

Flexibility to live wherever you choose in the U.S.