Nicholson Development Program (NDP)

We’re proud to have our name associated with some of our industry’s most high-profile projects and we’re always looking for talented new team members to continue our story.

Be a part of high-profile and unique projects across the country.

Nicholson has been solving some of the country’s most difficult geotechnical challenges for more than 60 years! From dams and tunnels to roadways, bridges, deep foundations for high-rise buildings and everything in between (and everything underneath)—we’ve seen it and we’ve solved it. We’re proud to have our name associated with some of our industry’s most high-profile projects and we’re always looking for talented new team members to continue our story!

Join our team and learn all of the facets of geotechnical construction from the best in the industry and be part of the next 60 years of geotechnical success!

Applications are now open! Please see our job openings or contact Brianna Vesely  for more information!

"As an incoming Engineer, I got to be part of a lot of interesting and complicated projects all over the country."
—Eugene Mirsky, Project Manager

What can you expect?

New team members will be introduced to all of the major disciplines of geotechnical engineering and construction through a structured training and mentoring program. Incoming engineers will learn the basics of our geotechnical techniques, design engineering, management, estimating, quality control, safety, equipment and business development in our offices  and on our projects across the country. Field personnel will focus on our techniques with hands-on equipment and process training.

For all team members, Nicholson provides a culture where safety is paramount and a cornerstone of our organization.

"My experience as a new Engineer with Nicholson prepared me to become a successful Project Manager, with a better understanding of all parts of our business."
—Abigail Stein, Project Manager

What Are We Looking For?

Applicants should be graduates in Civil Engineering or Construction Management and authorized to work in the US. Preference will be given to those specializing in the geotechnical, structural or construction areas, as well as those with a Masters degree. 

Expectations for success include:

Do you have what it takes? Please check our current job listings and become part of our diverse and talented team!