A Culture That Drives Success
Your Career Path At BSA
As a new employee with BSA, you will have the opportunity to discover your strengths utilizing the Gallup StrengthsFinder assessment. You will also see how your strengths integrate with your colleagues. As our staff members grow individual strengths, we deliver improved solutions to our clients.
BSA embraces an inclusive and diverse workforce because it is the right thing to do and makes us better designers and colleagues. An inclusive workplace produces innovation, creativity, and strategic ideas through fresh perspectives. At BSA, we value partnerships internally and externally, creating a space where people can thrive and share different viewpoints while working toward a common goal. Each employee-owner is valued for their talent, potential, and drive. This diversity strengthens BSA’s culture by empowering our people, ensuring everyone has a voice, and ultimately allowing us to serve our clients better.
Executive Search Firms and Staffing Agencies: BSA LifeStructures does not accept unsolicited resumes. All unsolicited resumes will be considered the property of BSA LifeStructures, and BSA will not be obligated to pay a referral or placement fee.
We are partners.
We are purposeful.
We are learners.
We are owners.
We are team players.
Our employee-owners value team success as well as individual success.
We care about our clients’ business and are beyond helpful – anticipating our clients’ needs. We are good stewards of our clients’ resources and our own. We participate in our community by giving our time, talents, and resources. We are partners to each other, no matter what function another employee-owner may fill, or where they are physically located. We collaborate to make sure that we succeed together.
Our experts are solution oriented, creating inspired solutions in healing, learning, and discovery environments.
We are focused in our three markets. We do complex spaces. Everyone at BSA strives for excellence in everything they do. Our experts are solution oriented and listen, challenge, and solve complex problems. Being purposeful means having people doing what they love so they can add the most value towards improving lives.
We are constantly striving for expertise and sharing knowledge.
We are curious and value the diversity that comes when people from various backgrounds, geographies, and education attack a problem together. Our curiosity drives us to strengthen expertise, resulting in high value for our clients. We lead our clients to inspired solutions by applying in-depth knowledge of relevant subjects within our markets.
We are committed to a culture of empowerment; thinking and acting like employee-owners to ensure the success of our clients and our business.
Because of our competitive nature and desire for the business to be successful, we work hard and play hard. Our employee-owners challenge one another to excel. We think like entrepreneurs and are innovative in the ways we approach problems.
We are humble, hungry, and smart.
We are respectfully confident – knowing who we are and what we know. We create trust and respect by sharing our ideas with each other, and our clients. Our hunger is from our competitive spirit, constantly striving to seek knowledge and improve ourselves, our design solutions, and each other. We are emotionally intelligent, demonstrating positivity, respect, fun, and passion to our fellow employee-owners and those outside of BSA.
Talk about one of our three values and how it reflects your experience at BSA.
“During my experience, there are multiple instances that our work has impacted the lives of others. Whether through the design of new spaces impacting patients and medical staff or being there for the facility staff when an issue arises, our partnership with the client is there to help them in any way we can.”
How does the ESOP empower you?
“Being an ESOP empowers me because it gives me power in supporting BSA’s future. Knowing that my decisions and actions can positively impact the company and its future is rewarding. Visually seeing that impact each year matters.”
How does your work impact others?
“I believe the work I do impacts the lives of others by helping our clients who are discovering treatments that will save lives in the present and the future.”
Does BSA have an inclusive culture?
“BSA definitely has an inclusive culture. Being a recent college graduate in my first job, I was nervous about how much insight and work I would be able to be apart of. I am grateful to have been included in so many different projects already. The inclusivity that BSA’s culture entails is inspiring.”
Health & Wellness
Take care of yourself and your family with comprehensive medical, dental, vision, life, disability, and other insurance plans. We have a generous wellness incentive program that offers educational, competitive, and social activities and annual on-site health screenings.
Work / Life Balance
BSA’s goal is to help employees keep the right balance of time spent in the office as well as quality time outside the office. We offer a flexible work schedule, generous paid time off program in addition to holidays, as well as paid parental leave.
BSA’s online learning portal delivers high-quality, lifelong learning opportunities and is designed to provide continuous improvement and excellence in professional education.
Helping to improve the immediate needs in our communities, BSA works with non-profit organizations to uplift, improve and encourage the human condition. We organize volunteer opportunities throughout the year that employees can participate in.
Finance & Wealth
BSA offers a strong 401(k) Plan with a company match to employees for long-term savings. You can also work with our financial planning program which assists employees in creating and managing their financial future.
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