Heavy Civil Construction Recruiters In NYC, USA
HEAVY CIVIL ENGINEERING RECRUITERS IN NEW YORK
Construction Hunters is an executive recruiting firm that helps you recruit, employ and retain staff, who not only are the best fit, but also meet your long-term organizational goals in a timely manner. Our mission is simple: to make precise matches and build long-lasting relationships.
Our heavy civil engineering recruiters at Construction Hunters, understand that building construction is a fast-paced industry, that moves on tight deadlines and requires a steady hand to ensure that projects remain on track.
HEAVY CIVIL ENGINEERING RECRUITMENT IN NEW YORK
The construction industry employs more people than any other industry in the United States. There are three broad categories of workers employed and heavy civil engineering makes up the smallest part of the field. Our clients demand top talent to complete large engineering projects, such as building highways, dams, gas and water pipelines.
Quick and reliable turnaround is critical to the success of heavy civil projects that work on tight deadlines. Most projects must be on time and under budget for profit margins to be met and our heavy civil engineering recruiters understand that.
LABOR STATISTICS: NEW YORK CITY
It is a well-known fact that construction employment is seasonal and peaks in New York at summer time. Construction needs people year round, as the number of projects continues to grow and baby boomers continue to retire – this is where our heavy civil engineering recruiters come in and meet this demand.
GOOGLE AVERAGE MONTHLY SEARCH DATA
Google data shows that there is high demand for construction jobs in the U.S. The average monthly searches made for a construction job in 5 major U.S. states, shows that the majority of searches (32.4%) were made in California, followed by New York (23.3%) and Texas (16.7%).
JOB OPENINGS IN NEW YORK
Construction Hunters has an experienced team of heavy civil engineering recruiters who place the right employees at every executive level:
- Vice President
- Operations Manager
- Preconstruction Manager
- Estimating Manager
- Engineering Manager
- Chief Estimator
- Senior Estimator
- Senior Project Manager
- Project Manager
- Assistant Project Manager
- Project Engineer
- Business Development Manager
- Project Superintendent
- Assistant Superintendent
- Area Superintendent
- General Superintendent
- Field Engineer
- Project Executive
- Project Cost Control
- Safety Director
- Field Operations Manager
- Human Resources
Our heavy civil recruiters make placements for clients in these sectors:
- Heavy Highway contractors
- Site & Division II contractors
- Bridge builders
- Geotechnical contractors
- Paving companies
- Utility contractors
- Mechanical contractors
- Marine contractors
Contact our heavy civil engineering recruiters today at Construction Hunters to discuss your situation. Our professional staff will give you more info about how our services can build on your organizational success.
OUR RECRUITMENT PROCESS
We follow an eight-step recruiting process:
- Research and discovery: we learn about you, your company and how to best work together
- Development of recruitment plan: we identify the best candidates from our resources and connections
- Targeted recruiting: we look beyond the resume and find quality candidates who have a proven track record
- Candidate evaluation: we provide you with a short list of the most suitable candidates
- Process management: we listen to our candidate’s career goals and share this information with you
- Reference checking: we perform reference checks on the finalist
- Presentation of the offer: we help you prepare a successful offer
- Acceptance of the offer: we help negotiate the offer and acceptance to insure a smooth placement
If you need placement assistance in the construction industry contact our heavy civil engineering recruiters
A construction job normally pays very well in the United States. Average wages tend to be especially high in the New York City area. A worker’s average weekly paycheck in New York is well above $800, which is 14 percent higher than the average wage for all industries combined in the U.S.