Respect, honor and duty – we admire your commitment

You joined the military to make a difference in this world, but that service and camaraderie doesn’t have to end when it’s time to transition into the civilian workforce.

Kiewit admires your commitment to respect, honesty, honor and duty because they’re elements of our own Core Values – people, integrity, excellence and stewardship. You’ll thrive within our unique culture because:

  • You love a challenge, work well under pressure, and know how to get the job done right the first time.
  • You seek development and training opportunities, pride yourself on a diverse range of talents and exhibit leadership potential.
  • You have a strong commitment to family and community, and you feel called to do work that makes a positive impact.

For up to six months, Kiewit offers full benefits and pays the military/civilian salary differential during deployments. It’s our way of saying, “thank you.”

Click here to search Kiewit’s open positions and join the company ranked one of FORTUNE Magazine’s best places to work in the United States and Canada. You belong here, where you’ll not only make a difference in the world – you’ll help build it.

Why a career at Kiewit?

As one of North America’s most admired companies, we have opportunities for college students, recent graduates and experienced professionals. Whether you’re just starting out or expanding your career, there’s a place for you on the Kiewit team.

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Hear from our Service members

"As an U.S. Air Force veteran, I'm proud that I work for a company that values my service and the service of other veterans."

Tom Janssen, External Communication Director
USAF 1987-1991

"I feel fortunate to be working with a company that values the skills and abilities acquired during my naval service while providing continued growth and challenging opportunities. Many of the things that I experience daily are those that I appreciated most while serving in the Navy; dynamic and engaged leadership, ownership of the mission, a strong investment in the development of our people, adherence to values, and a belief that ethics and integrity are vital to our success."

Terry Scott, Corporate Quality Manager
US Navy 1977-2006