Build a future with us

We’re always on the lookout for people who would be a good fit for the MegaKC team. We’re a merit shop, and we self-perform 65% of our work at projects throughout the Kansas City metro area. Our employee-owners step up when needed — the ideal applicant has the ability to complete tasks in multiple trades. Construction experience is not necessarily required for applicants to our apprenticeship program, which provides training. What we do require is a good attitude, willingness to learn and desire to contribute.

We offer competitive wages and benefits. All hires become participants of the Employee Stock Ownership Plan. MegaKC is an equal-opportunity employer, and all employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need.

Interested? Apply online or obtain an application at our North Kansas City office, 1491 Iron St.

Job Openings

MegaKC is looking for a self-starter with confidence to participate in problem-solving and ability to work with other strong personalities commonly found in the construction industry.

Duties: Capable of managing all aspects of a project from startup through completion; building and maintaining owner relationships; project scheduling; managing labor, equipment and subcontractors; monitoring and tracking project cost with a comparison to project budget; selective project manager roles; and completing daily logs online for projects that range from $100,000 to $8 million.

Benefits: Competitive salary with employee ownership and either auto allowance or company truck. Full-time benefits including health insurance, project performance bonuses and 401(k) retirement account. A laptop computer and smartphone are also provided.

Required skills: Owner relations, subcontractor coordination, project scheduling and planning, material procurement, equipment management, labor/crew production management, safety, superior knowledge of plans and specifications, estimating, letter-writing, math, customer service and ability to meet deadlines. Smartphone and computer knowledge including B2W estimating and Field Tracking software, scheduling software, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook), Earthworks (quantity take-off software), BlueBeam Revu and SureTrak Primavera.

Qualifications: Position requires a minimum of 5 years of experience and a 4-year degree in engineering or construction related program, or equivalent combinations of technical training and experience.

Train on the job through MegaKC’s Laborer Apprenticeship Program. Through a two-year training program in partnership with Associated Builders and Contractors, you’ll learn the tools to become a successful employee-owner and build your career at MegaKC.

Earn while you learn: As full-time employees, apprentices are eligible for a competitive salary, performance bonus, comprehensive benefits package and opportunities for development and advancement within the organization. The cost of tuition is prepaid by MegaKC and deducted from wages at a rate of $1.20 per hour over the course of training.

The program includes on-the-job training, classroom training and testing. The academic year starts in September and ends in April.

Jobs in the trades are in-demand. Through the Laborer Apprenticeship Program, you’ll receive training that can jump-start your career.

MegaKC is looking for experienced skilled tradesmen to join our team as employee-owners.

Benefits: Competitive salary with employee ownership. Full-time benefits including health insurance,
project performance bonuses and 401(k) retirement account.

Superintendent/project manager/estimator internships are available throughout the year to individuals seeking a 4-year degree in engineering and/or construction management. Full-time employees are eligible for a competitive salary, performance bonus, comprehensive benefits package and opportunities for development and advancement within the organization.

  • No travel required. All work is within 50 miles of downtown Kansas City, Mo.
  • Laptop and personal protective equipment are provided.

Interns perform a wide variety of tasks including estimating, project management, and superintendent
duties.

Estimating potential duties:

  • Review proposal specifications and drawings to determine scope of work and require contents
    of estimate.
  • Prepare detailed, accurate cost estimates of self-performed work.-
  • Maintain files of working documents as backup for estimate calculations including subcontractor and supplier quotes or through direct contact.
  • Make recommendations for best solution based on cost, engineering quality and availability of resources.

Assistant superintendent potential duties:

  • Manage and supervise labor and subcontractors.
  • Work with inspectors, owners and engineers on putting work into place, managing change orders and final acceptance of completed work.
  • Other duties assigned by the superintendent to manage the project from startup through completion.
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