Maryland Construction Recruiting
Synergy Professionals is a Maryland construction recruiter. Our network of Maryland 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.
As a Maryland construction recruiter, our network of clients and industry contracts in the Maryland 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 MARYLAND 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 MARYLAND
Maryland’s capital is Annapolis, and its biggest city is Baltimore. Maryland is the state known for its Crabs and Crab Cakes. It offers many seafood festivals throughout the year featuring crab and oysters such as Fort McHenry Crab Fest, Chesapeake Crab, Wine & Beer Festival, Maryland Seafood Festival, and The Great Baltimore Oyster Festival to name a few. Maryland surrounds most of the Chesapeake Bay, and it has much to see and do from charming coastal towns resorts, campgrounds and flea markets to forests, lakes, islands, and waterfalls, and a wide variety of attractions. Maryland has anything you could want including natural views, ranging from wild horses to beautiful gardens, naval and space facilities, museums, and historic sites as well as theme parks.
Ocean City Boardwalk: there’s something for everyone to do on a visit to Ocean City, including exciting amusement rides, serene sunsets over the Bay, fresh steamed crabs, fireworks, fishing & surfing. No matter what you’re looking for, whether it’s adventure or relaxation, you’re bound to find it by heading straight for the boardwalk in Ocean City.
Assateague Island: Just a short jump from Ocean City but seemingly a world away lie the beautiful beaches, and nature walks of Assateague, where the wild horses of Assateague Island National Seashore roam. They’re all over the place—literally just wandering around—you have to see it to believe it.
Maryland also has deep Native American influences. The state contains numerous sacred sites and historical locations where natives used to live near the Bay. Additionally, one can visit the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. The Smithsonian exhibit Return to a Native Place: Algonquian Peoples of the Chesapeake introduces you to the Native peoples of the Chesapeake Bay region through maps, photographs, ceremonial and everyday objects. Then you can meet American Indians in person at sites on Chesapeake shores, where they have a continuous presence and living traditions.
Throughout Maryland and the Chesapeake region, the place names throughout the area reverberate the voices of their first inhabitants – the indigenous peoples who roamed in these mountains, paddled these rivers, dwelled on these shores. The names they gave, such as Patapsco, Wicomico, and Chesapeake still mark our current landscape.
Annapolis is one of the most prominent historical cities in the entire USA. This city is currently the state’s capital, but it also briefly served as the US capital. It has some of the most elegant structures from the 17th and 18th centuries, including the homes of all four founders of this town. Annapolis is renowned as a center of sailing and boating in the Mid-Atlantic and also home to St John’s College and the United States Naval Academy. Across the bridge from downtown Annapolis is a tiny Eastport riverfront museum called The Annapolis Maritime Museum. This museum commemorates the waterman, the oyster, and other Chesapeake treasures. There are also many waterways to travel in the Chesapeake Bay and many ways to explore them such stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking or chartering a fishing excursion.
Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, is home to the National Aquarium, Fort McHenry, and the Camden Yards baseball park. The Baltimore Museum of Art contains world-renowned collections dating back to the 19th century. Also, visit the Historic Ships in Baltimore home port to the USS Constellation. Another fun attraction is the walking tour at Fells Point, the waterfront district. Your tour leader imparts the history and architecture of the city as you stroll through the neighborhood and stop for tastings at several restaurants. If the sightseeing tours leave you feeling tired, take the Baltimore Inner Harbor Sailing Experience, which offers the opportunity to take in city views at a carefree pace from the water.
In the late Fall, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor also holds the Great Baltimore Oyster Festival. At West Shore Park you’ll find live music, oysters, beer, wine, and family activities.
Other cities and places of interest are Thurmont, Berlin, St Michaels, Laurel, Aberdeen, Salisbury, Fell’s Point, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.