We follow a simple process to help us find out more about you and what you have to offer. You can apply to an open position through submitting your resume/CV and completing your application profile. We recommend that you keep your resume/CV to two pages or less to highlight the most important and applicable skills and experiences relevant to the role. We advise that you only apply for one position or the positions which you can be considered for based on your degree discipline.

  • Step 1: Resume/CV Screening

    Our first step will be to review your resume against the qualifications of your desired position. We look at your background, degree, and work experience to determine if you are a good match.

  • Step 2: Situational Strengths Test

    US and UK

    At this step, you will be invited to submit a Situational Strengths Test (SST) which will give you some insight into what it is like to work at Bechtel and help you determine if this is the right opportunity for you.  Once you have completed the assessment, you will receive a Personal Feedback Report with information about your strengths and some guidance on development areas. This Feedback Report is prepared by assessing your responses to the SST.

  • Step 3: Pre-Screen Call

    A member of our University Relations team will review your resume/profile and if you are identified to move forward, they will initiate a pre-screen phone call. During the pre-screen, the recruiter will want to learn more about you, your classes, and prior experiences, involvement in university activities, etc. This is also an opportunity for you to ask questions about the requirements of the position.

  • Step 4: Hiring Manager Interview/Review

    In the final step of our process, candidates will interview with the hiring manager. This is an opportunity to show off your technical skills, capabilities, and motivation to join Bechtel. You can expect questions about your work experience and degree qualification so we get a better understanding of your technical knowledge, and how you might apply it to working situations.

How to Apply