At U.S. Pavement, we truly believe our dedicated employees are our greatest asset.  Professional growth and development are important and encouraged through ongoing employee training and advancement opportunities.  As a company, we are rapidly expanding and need great talent to continue our success in the marketplace.

Current Job Openings:

National Account Manager. The #1 Pavement Contractor in America, U.S. Pavement Services, Inc., is seeking a National Account Manager.  For more information or to read a full job description for this position – please click here >>


National Account Project Manager.  The #1 Pavement Contractor in America, U.S. Pavement Services, Inc., is seeking a National Account Project Manager.  For more information or to read a full job description for this position – please click here >>


Sealcoaters, Crackfillers, Line Stripers. The positions range from crew leaders to valuable and flexible team members.  For more information or to read a full job description for this position – please click here >>


Sales Representative – Boston, MA.  The #1 Pavement Contractor in America, U.S. Pavement Services, Inc., is seeking an Ambitious Sales Representative for our Metro Boston territory.  For more information or to read a full job description for this position – please click here >>


Please e-mail your resume to careers@uspavement.com or call us at 1-800-PAVEMENT to find out more about our current job openings.

Benefits

  • Paid vacation, personal and sick time for eligible employees
  • 401K
  • HMO and PPO health plan options available
  • Dental and Vision plans available

We want people to feel good about working with us, in addition to feeling good about their pay and benefits.

Mike Musto CEO, U.S. Pavement Services
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