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CEI Intern

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Mott MacDonald

28d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • Currently pursuing a bachelor's or master's degree in civil engineering with relevant coursework or experience, strong problem-solving skills, ability to work independently, effective communication skills, attention to detail, and the capability to create accurate technical drawings and reports.
  • The CEI Intern will be responsible for traveling to project sites to conduct inspections and testing, following procedures for documentation and compliance, communicating with various stakeholders, operating equipment, calculating quantities, reporting progress, documenting changes, and working in both office and outdoor environments, ensuring construction activities are executed according to specifications and contracts.

Off-cycle Internship

Construction & SurveyingRaleigh


  • Mott MacDonald is seeking a CEI intern for highway and bridge inspection projects. This position will be in our Raleigh, NC office.
  • From the moment you join us, you’ll be immersed in what it’s like to be an engineer at Mott MacDonald. You’ll work with a team of exceptional engineers and scientists who have a passion for consultant engineering. From your first week, you’ll gain exposure to project work and start honing the skills you’ve been studying, to begin your career in the profession.


  • To be considered for this internship position, you will currently be working towards a bachelor’s or master’s degree in civil engineering. You should be able to demonstrate your interest in your chosen sector through relevant experiences, such as studying relevant modules or previous work experience. You’ll also have:
  • A methodical approach to problem-solving
  • Prior relevant internships, co-ops, or practical work experience preferred
  • An ability to use your initiative to undertake tasks efficiently and independently
  • Adept verbal communication skills, which allow you to confidently liaise with clients and team members
  • Excellent written communication and attention to detail and ability to demonstrate accurate technical drawings and write accurate reports

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Construction & Surveying


  • Traveling to various project sites to conduct inspection and testing duties
  • Following standard procedures and specifications for documentation and inspection of construction activities
  • Reading, interpreting, and ensuring compliance with construction plans, specifications, and contracts
  • Daily calculating, reporting, documenting, and communicating verbally and in writing
  • Computing quantities for items such as concrete, asphalt, steel, earthwork, drainage structures, and traffic control devices
  • Operating company vehicle, computer, and testing equipment
  • Reporting construction progress and issues with engineers, contractors, utilities, and government officials to Senior Field and Administrative personnel
  • Documenting field changes and as-built plans
  • Documenting daily diaries and material test reports
  • Working in an office or outdoor environment in varying weather conditions as required by the project type


Work type

Full time

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