Austin Industries

Training Coordinator

Requisition ID
Office and Administrative Support


Do you want to make a difference when it comes to building iconic transportation infrastructure projects? Are you looking to put your strong, administrative skills to use? Austin Bridge & Road is currently seeking a Training Coordinator for our our corporate office located in Irving, Texas. We excel at what we do and are looking for talented construction professionals that want to excel with us.


The Training Coordinator will support both the Safety and Training Department in the following areas:

  • Assist Controls Manager in developing a training curriculum for operations

  • Implement training curriculum

  • Track and maintain all training through database

  • Maintain document control for both departments
  • Heavy data management
  • Assists with arrangements for company meetings and training sessions (set up, break down, catering needs, etc.)
  • Additional duties as assigned


  • College Degree or equivalent heavy civil experience
  • Two plus years of experience
  • Experience with Worker’s Compensation and Safety programs a plus
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Must be proficient in MS Office; Word, Excel and PowerPoint preferred
  • Bilingual in Spanish a plus!


We offer excellent benefits including medical insurance, dental insurance and a matching 401K plan and we are proud to be a 100% Employee Owned Company! To learn more about Employee-Ownership, please go to


Austin Bridge & Road is an Equal Opportunity Employer


About Austin Bridge and Road

A leader in the heavy highway and transportation infrastructure industry for more than 100 years, Austin Bridge & Road has built landmark projects from Arizona to North Carolina, including complex urban highway interchanges, tollways, runways, port facilities, border crossings, automated people mover guide-ways and specialty bridges. Our customers rely on our expertise in construction management on conventionally bid projects and newer procurement methods, including design-build, construction manager at-risk and construction management/general contracting.



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