Barriere offers a summer internship program for aspiring students enrolled in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Construction Engineering Technology, Occupational Health, Safety, & Environment, and Accounting degree programs. Students pursing all other related degrees in Engineering are also encouraged to apply.
Careers at Barriere are built on a foundation of knowledge and experience with a clear focus on the future. For four generations and counting, our customers have trusted us to create the ground-up infrastructure that drives commerce throughout the Gulf South region.
Barriere instills a culture of care to doing every job right – the first time and every time – and encourages shared opinions and perspectives with a singular focus on what’s best for our people, our business, and our customers.
Work for Barriere and you’ll receive a highly-competitive wage, salary, and benefit packages that help promote the good health and well-being of employees and their families. Our employees’ compensation, however, includes more than pay and benefits alone.
As part of our culture of care, we work to make sure that everyone goes home to their families in the same or better condition than which they came to work. With this mindset, Barriere has implemented a Wellness Program for all employees. It is important for all employees, their spouses and their children to receive the best healthcare possible and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Check out our current job openings to begin your employment application!
Come join our team if you’re ready to make a difference in improving the infrastructure in the communities in which we live. Types of positions could include:
- Equipment Operators
- Field Engineers
- Project Managers
Barriere Construction Company, LLC fully supports and practices the principles of equal employment and strictly prohibits any form of individual discrimination. Barriere provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, or status as a protected veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.