Are you driven to make lasting, impactful contributions toward improving our built environment?
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We pride ourselves on a stable, professional, and flexible work environment. Taitem Engineering is a Living Wage Employer, certified by the Tompkins County Workers’ Center. Taitem is a mission-driven B-Corporation, committed to the “triple bottom line” of people, planet, and prosperity. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace and encourage applications from women and people of color.
Working at Taitem
A commitment to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion, family-friendly policies, and support for excellence make Taitem a life-sustaining place to work. We are committed to our staff and offer opportunities for building a sustainable career and lasting success.
- Health care insurance, including dental and vision
- Paid professional development for career advancement
- Employee Assistance Program
- Paid vacation and paid holidays
Taitem is hiring!
Engineering Associate. Taitem is seeking an engineering associate with experience in BIM with Revit. To see the full posting and to apply, click here.
Intern: Structural Engineering. Taitem is offering a part-time, paid internship for a student exploring a career in structural engineering. To see the full posting and to apply, please sign in at Handshake and go to Taitem’s page for a link to apply.
Internship opportunities are limited. We prefer students whose academic programs require completion of a career-related internship. We aim to make the assignments interesting, challenging, and meaningful. If you are interested in an internship at Taitem, please send a letter along with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and include “Internship” in the subject line. Make sure to indicate the period for which you are seeking an internship.
our commitment to diversity
Taitem Engineering is committed to maintaining and increasing diversity in its workforce. Taitem acknowledges that this requires ongoing active commitment and continued effort and therefore commits to:
- examine how our current workplace culture and procedures may perpetuate society’s historic and institutional forces of exclusion;
- engage in practices that provide opportunities to people who might otherwise be at a disadvantage because of these forces of exclusion;
- promote and undertake practices that will increase the diversity of Taitem’s workforce; and
- foster a workplace culture that encourages a sense of belonging for everyone who works at Taitem.