Frequently Asked Questions
What does C&S do?
The C&S Companies are a family of engineering, architectural, environmental, planning, construction, and program and construction management firms.
Where are you located?
We maintain offices throughout the United States. Our headquarters are in Syracuse, New York. View our other locations here.
How do I submit my resume?
Resumes may be emailed to our human resources department. Information on how to send your resume is included on the Current Openings page. Once your resume is submitted, it will be reviewed by human resources and the hiring managers.
How can I apply for an internship with C&S?
If you are interested in an internship at one of our locations, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Internships are not listed on our current openings page.
How will I know if my resume has been received?
If you submit your resume properly, you will receive an automated response asking for voluntary Affirmative Action information.
What is the status of my resume?
Applicants with qualifications that match position requirements will be forwarded to hiring managers for further review. If we don’t contact you regarding an opportunity, your information will be kept in our applicant tracking system and considered for future positions for a period of 6 months.
Does C&S accept unsolicited resumes?
We do not accept unsolicited resumes at this time. We strongly encourage applying for a specific opportunity. Our Current Openings page is always kept up-to-date.
When I submit my resume online, who has access to it?
Each resume submitted is seen by only by our human resources staff.
Is there someone I can talk to regarding a position?
The job description tells most relevant information pertaining to the specific job. More information will be given during an initial interview.
How will I know when a position has been filled?
When a position has been filled, it is immediately removed from the website.
How does the interview process work?
An initial interview is conducted by a human resources representative and a hiring manager within the department where the position is open. A tour of the building will be given at this time. During a second interview, the candidate may meet with the hiring team in that department.