— Jimmy Kinley, CEO and Sixth Generation Kinley
We care about doing things right.
We care about quality.
We care about each other.
That’s why we care about who we hire.
A lot of companies say they’re “family.”
Yes, several of us are actually family. However, “KIN” is part of our company name and Kinship is a key company value. We “Care for our people as if they’re family.”
So those who aren’t actual family, are just like family too.
And when your average employee tenure is over 15 years, well, that proves it.
Kinley’s growth continues to create career opportunities
throughout our organization.
From the construction, operator, and trade jobs you may expect, to the accounting, IT, and procurement positions that keep Kinley running strong, we’re always looking for great people.
The Kinley Project Manager (PM) is responsible for leading teams to deliver projects in one or more of our Divisions: Energy, Rail, Aviation, and Government. The PM has the authority and responsibility to execute every facet of projects ranging in size from $5,000 to $50,000,000, and in that capacity builds relationships with fellow employee, clients, and industry partners to ensure team success.
The Project Engineer provides support to the Project Manager on an assigned project or group of projects. They perform routine activities and assist in gathering and distributing information to team members. They function as an advocate and role model for Kinley’s core values, safety principles, and culture of personal responsibility. They think clearly and use sound judgment at all times.
A Kinley Estimator should have a minimum of 5 years experience working within the estimating or project management department of a construction related field and advanced knowledge of the various disciplines associated with the construction industry – i.e. Civil, Utility, Architectural, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, etc.
A candidate for the Junior Estimator position should possess a minimum of 1-2 years experience working within the estimating department of a construction related field. They should also have a basic knowledge of the various disciplines associated with the construction industry – i.e. Civil, Utility, Architectural, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, etc.
A Kinley Laborer is responsible for performing various tasks to aid in the daily operations at a Kinley construction site. Duties and responsibilities are generally focused on maintaining a clean, safe and operationally efficient construction site in addition to supporting the successful completion of an overall project.
A Kinley Heavy Equipment Operator is primarily responsible for completing assigned tasks safely and accurately operating construction equipment.