Construction Recruiter Atlanta
As an Atlanta construction recruiter, our network of clients and industry contacts in the Atlanta area provides us with the knowledge of which construction companies are most likely to need your particular skills. Rather than submitting it via the company website, we rely on our connections to get your resume directly in front of the hiring manager that would be the best fit for you. 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.
Synergy Professionals is an executive recruiting firm specializing in the construction industry. Our network of Atlanta 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 a construction company looking for a search firm to help you find top talent, contact us today.
TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION JOBS IN ATLANTA AREA
|•Assistant Project Manager||•Office Engineer||•Commercial||•Military and U.S.A.C.E.|
|•Assistant Superintendent||•Operations Manager||•Construction Management||•Multi-Family & 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 ATLANTA GA
Atlanta is a gorgeous city in Georgia with a bulk of attractions that keep tourists inclined to book flights here. In fact, over 35 tourists flock to Atlanta per year making it the seventh-most visited city in the United States. Even more remarkable, it is the 12th most visited cities for overseas tourists with 712,000 visitors on average. A few of the highlights include the Atlanta Botanical Garden, High Museum of Art, Atlanta History Center, Zoo Atlanta, and much more. Superlative shopping and outstanding dining are considered to be major incentives that the city provides. The Georgia Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the world, is another specialty of the city, and it pulls a large number of tourists and gives them the opportunity to come in close contact with aquatic life such as sharks and whales. In addition, the Woodruff Arts Center is an enlightening place to catch the shows of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the High Museum of Art has a huge collection of reserves and gems, and the location of the biggest newsgathering organization, the CNN Center, also contribute to making the city more prominent.
If you are interested in history, the Atlanta History Center is a great first stop to learn about Atlanta‘s important historical contributions to the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s. To dig deeper into the Civil Rights Movement, a visit to the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site is a way to find out more about the African-American leader’s life and significant contributions to the Civil Rights Movement.
If you enjoy the outdoors, Atlanta is known for having consistently nice weather for most of the year with the temperature at an average high of 89 degrees in July and 52 degrees in January. Due to the mild temperatures and plentiful trees (including the beautiful dogwoods it is known for), festivals and outdoor events are the hallmarks of Atlanta’s culture.
In addition to the beautiful weather, this city offers several idyllic parks and scenic walking trails. The BeltLine is an old railroad corridor that has been transformed into 22 miles of hiking and circles around the central part of the city. Beware, as some of the trails are rougher than others.
Stone Mountain Park is just outside Atlanta and is located on 3,200 acres of natural beauty with many fun activities for the whole family including a train ride around the mountain! If you don’t mind driving, the Blue Ridge Mountains are just 90 minutes away and boasts of some of the best hiking and views in the area.
If this beautiful city sounds like a great fit, use our executive search firm to help you with your Atlanta recruiting goals! We look forward to placing you in the career and city of your dreams.