Heavy Civil Construction Executive Job Recruiters In California
HEAVY CIVIL ENGINEERING RECRUITERS IN CALIFORNIA
Our experienced team of heavy civil engineering recruiters at Construction Hunters understands that the civil construction industry requires workers with very specific skills and experience.
HEAVY CIVIL ENGINEERING REQUIREMENTS IN CALIFORNIA
The construction industry employs more people than any other industry. There are three broad categories of workers employed and heavy civil engineering makes up the smallest subsector of the construction business. Our clients need manpower to complete large civil engineering projects, such as highways, pipelines and dams.
Our heavy civil engineering recruiters understand that quick and exact searches are critical to the success of heavy civil projects, where projects must be delivered on time and under budget.
Our heavy civil recruiters work in these sectors:
- Heavy Highway contractors
- Site and Division II contractors
- Bridge builders
- Geotechnical contractors
- Paving companies
- Utility contractors
- Mechanical contractors
- Marine contractors
OUR 8-STEP RECRUITMENT PROCESS
- Learning about you and your business
- Identifying suitable candidates from our vast network
- Looking beyond the resume for candidate’s professional goals
- Evaluating the best fit
- Listening to interests and goals of our candidates
- Doing reference checks on selected candidates
- Presenting a final and successful offer
- Staying in close contact for a smooth transition
WHAT GOOGLE’S AVERAGE MONTHLY SEARCH DATA INDICATES
Google data shows that there is very high demand for heavy civil construction recruiters in the state of California, compared to the average monthly searches in four other major U.S. states shown below. The majority of searches (37.8%) were made in California, followed by Texas (24.6%).
HIGH WAGES OF CONSTRUCTION WORKERS ACROSS THE UNITED STATES
The salary of the average construction worker in the US is relatively high. However, the demand for work is seasonal, peaking in the summer months. California has an annual national average wage of $54,130 ($26.03 hourly), between 2010 and 2014, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
This table compares the mean annual wages in 5 major U.S. States:
If you need placement assistance in the construction industry, contact our heavy civil engineering recruiters in California @ 214-935-3626.