Career Paths

“We want to invest in our team. Offering paths to advancement is an important way that we do that,” shares Suzi Benoit, Director of Human Resources.

Well-defined career ladders represent a key strategy Wright-Ryan has implemented to ensure clear paths for professional development and advancement. We currently have several core tracks outlined for our team members in the areas of trade and craft skills, field supervision, construction management, and administration.

Trade & Craft Positions

Carpentry & Millwork

Individuals may progress through the ranks in the trades from Site Assistant to Field Carpenter, Lead Carpenter, then Carpentry Foreman. View current job opportunities for this track here.


Construction Management

Project Management

Career tracks follow a progression from Project engineer to Assistant Project Manager, to Project Manager, up to Senior Project Manager in the roles of Project Management. View current job opportunities for this track here.


Field Supervision


Team members advance from the role of Field Engineer to Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent in the area of Field Supervision. View current job opportunities for this track here.



Professional Development

A variety of opportunities may be available for professional development and advancement in areas such as Accounting, Business Administration, Project and Executive Assistance, and Marketing.