Anderson-Montgomery Consulting Engineers (AMCE) is a small company that prides itself on personal attention to each of our valued clients. Co-Owners Paul and Adam greatly enjoy the wide variety of challenges that each project brings and they are the ones actually doing the work, building relationships and seeking innovative solutions to infrastructure needs. We are looking for self-motivated people to join our team - who take pride in their work, look forward to new opportunities, and recognize the importance of balancing work and recreation/family.

AMCE offers a friendly work environment that promotes job satisfaction and a personal sense of accomplishment. Flexible hours, paid training, skill development without micro-management along with a generous benefits package, are just some of the perks of joining AMCE. If you are interested in visiting with us, please let us know by emailing us or sending us your cover letter and resume.


  • Competitive compensation
  • Flexible working hours
  • Vacation
  • Sick leave
  • Paid holidays
  • Bonuses
  • Health insurance
  • Retirement – 401K
  • Training & support for P.E. attainment
  • Cellular phone - AMCE offers cellular telephone and inclusion in the company’s unlimited data plan
  • Dog friendly (depending upon temperament, of course)



This job entails performing resident construction inspection for an upcoming drinking water distribution project in Alberton, Montana. The inspector would need to fulfill the following functions:

  • familiarize themselves with the project design drawings & specifications;
  • observe, document and monitor the installation of 7,800 LF of watermain, hydrants, services, meters, valves and all appurtenant testing and restoration;
  • report to the project engineer daily with project status, accomplishments, schedule updates, field changes, etc.
  • measure and record quantities of materials installed each week for the purposes of verifying contractor pay estimates;
  • conduct final inspection in cooperation with the project engineer.

Candidates for this internship must be organized, confident, creative, observant and have reasonable technical writing skills. Time management is critical as is the ability to interact with construction workers, residents, Town personnel and the Project management team. Instruction will be generously provided.

This project is expected to begin in May 2024 and last at least through December 2024. Long-term employment as an engineer-in-training and ultimately a PE is a likely outcome of good performance as the project inspector.

Generous hourly pay, lodging, per diem, travel expenses will be provided. Benefits of long-term employment include health insurance, retirement contributions, cell phone and bonuses.

AMCE is a small firm, located in Helena, Montana - specializing in water, wastewater and storm drainage infrastructure projects, public funding, grant applications/administration, and master planning.

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