Construction Recruiter Alabama
Synergy Professionals is a top recruitment firm trained to help you find attract and secure the best talent. Work with our top Alabama construction recruiters to build your business. Our network of Alabama area construction professionals allows us to identify those candidates that may not be actively looking for a new position. We utilize our industry contacts to reach out to those passive candidates, as well as active candidates, to recruit high quality employees other recruiters miss. If you are looking to fill Alabama construction jobs, we can help you accomplish your goals.
As an Alabama construction recruiter, our network of clients and industry contracts in the Alabama area provides us with the knowledge of which construction employers are most likely to need your particular skills. We can then market your resume directly to the hiring authority for the employer rather than submitting it via the company website. That bypasses any automated screening programs that may arbitrarily reject your resume, and puts your qualifications directly in the hands of the person who does the hiring.
TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION JOBS IN ALABAMA AREA
|•Assistant Project Manager||•Office Engineer||•Commercial||•Military and U.S.A.C.E.|
|•Assistant Superintendent||•Operations Manager||•Construction Management||•Multi-Family (Multifamily) & Single Family|
|•Business Development Manager||•Preconstruction Manager||•General Construction||•Owner/Developer|
|•CAD Operator||•President||•Healthcare||•P3 Projects|
|•CFO||•Project Controls Manager||•Heavy Civil||•Power/Energy|
|•Chief Estimator||•Project Engineer||•Heavy Civil Marine||•Residential|
|•Contracts Manager||•Project Executive||•Higher Education||•Retail|
|•Controller||•Project Manager||•Hospitality||•Roadway and Bridge|
|•Corporate Safety Director||•Quality Control Manager||•Industrial||•W/WWTP|
|•Director of Operations||•Sales/Marketing Manager|
|•Field Engineer||•Senior Project Manager|
|•Human Resources Manager||•Superintendent|
|•MEP Coordinator||•Vice President|
CONSTRUCTION RECRUITING FOR ALABAMA
The name Alabama is derived from the Native American group, the Alabama tribe, which resided in the area. Other native American tribes such as the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Creek also resided in the area. The nickname “Dixie” dates back to the Civil War, during which the term was used to describe the southern states that left the Union and joined the Confederates. Alabama is known as the Heart of Dixie because Montgomery, Alabama, was the first Confederate capital. Seventy percent of Alabama is covered with forest, so it comes as no surprise that the state is known for its timber. Alabama is also rich in three raw materials needed to make steel – limestone, coal, and iron ore.
Alabama has the second largest inland waterway system in the United States. The Northern part of Alabama has mostly mountains, with the Tennessee River cutting a large valley creating many streams and rivers, mountains, and lakes. The East Gulf Coastal Plain, which contains both flatlands and hills plus the Alabama River, the state’s largest river at 314 miles long. The Alabama River is formed by the Coosa and Tallapoosa rivers, 7 miles northeast of Montgomery, winds westward to Selma, and then flows southward. Mobile and Montgomery became major cities primarily because they were on this important traffic river system.
There are many exciting things to see and do in Alabama. You can visit theme parks such as OWA (an award-winning resort destination on Alabama’s beautiful Gulf Coast centered on a 14-acre lake), Adventure Island and Waterville USA or perhaps stop by nature parks including Alligator Alley and Gulf State Park. Whether you want a quick weekend getaway or a more extended family vacation, there are many wonderful options to choose from. You may opt for a relaxing coastal escape or a stay at one of the historic inns or B&Bs, or perhaps take in some shopping, art, and entertainment by heading to Birmingham, Montgomery, Huntsville, Gadsden, Florence or Mobile – it is all there for your enjoyment. Other exciting things to do and places to visit are U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, a 90 ft waterfall and 250-acre park and campground at Noccalula Falls Park & Campground in Gadsen, The Alabama Wildlife Center, the state’s largest and oldest wildlife rehabilitation facility in Pelham.
Birmingham – Alabama’s largest city, is a beautiful historic destination offering a variety of places to visit from restaurants, museums and historic landmarks to sports or theater. Whether you’re into the history of the Civil Rights movement, a fan of jazz music or just looking for a few fun activities for the family, Birmingham is perfect for you. Some popular attractions nclude the Birmingham Museum of Art and the traditional Southern tea room. One can also visit the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum or take a self-guided tour of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. Kids will enjoy the McWane Science Center, Vulcan Park and Museum and the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame. Listen to a blues show in the evening at an outdoor cafe and then spend the night at a small cozy inn or indulge in an elegant hotel.
Montgomery – The state’s capital has an exhilarating art scene with the popular Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts and Performing Arts Center. There are many historical sites such as the Rosa Parks Library and Museum, the Civil Rights Memorial and the First White House of the Confederacy. You can almost see history pass by in the Montgomery historic district with its beautiful antebellum mansions, the 1851 Alabama State Capitol, and the Dexter Parsonage Museum where Dr. Martin Luther King and his family lived. Beautiful parks, nature centers, and many family attractions all make Montgomery a wonderful place to visit.
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