Construction Recruiter North Carolina

For Clients:

Synergy Professionals is a North Carolina construction recruiter. Our network of North Carolina 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.


For Candidates:

As a North Carolina construction recruiter, our network of clients and industry contracts in the North Carolina 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.




•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
•Developer •Safety Manager •K-12
•Director of Operations •Sales/Marketing Manager Charlotte, NC Raleigh, NC
•Draftsperson •Scheduling Manager Durham, NC Charleston, SC
•Field Engineer •Senior Project Manager Winston-Salem, NC Wilmington, NC
•Human Resources Manager •Superintendent
•MEP Coordinator •Vice President


North Carolina Construction Recruiters

North Carolina is comprised of three main areas – The eastern coastal plain, Piedmont is the middle part, and the mountains in the western part of the state which makes for an interesting & varied terrain for all sorts of activity.  It’s no wonder then that visitors can choose from a variety of activities depending on their interests and activity level. From hiking the Appalachian Trail or biking at Rocky Knob Mountain Bike Park, there is plenty to do in North Carolina. For folks who prefer the shoreline, North Carolina’s coast claims more than 300 miles of national seashore, barrier island beaches, romantic lighthouses, and tranquil small towns. Fall is a particularly enjoyable time for travelers because they will be able to see spectacular colors of the changing leaves along the Blue Ridge Parkway. City enthusiasts will enjoy Raleigh, Charlotte, Durham, and Winston-Salem.

In Charlotte, the biggest city in North Carolina, visitors have assorted choices of fun tours, restaurants, and theaters, perfect for getting to know this city.  Charlotte is also home to the Wing Haven Gardens and Bird Sanctuary and the Carolinas Aviation Museum, the Discovery Place and the Charlotte Museum of History.

The Mint Museum in Charlotte, is North Carolina’s oldest art museum, and displays an impressive art collection in both locations: Mint Museum Uptown and Mint Museum Randolph. Whether your excitement and thrills come from mountain climbing, navigating whitewater rapids, or hiking nature trails, Charlotte invites you to take in every experience under the sun – visitors will have an unforgettable adventure.

Visit Raleigh and discover the parks, diverse museums, and great restaurants. Art enthusiasts can spend time at the North Carolina Museum of Art which displays artworks from around the globe. Other things to do in Raleigh, include food tours, pottery classes, treetop adventures, and chocolate factory tours.

Be sure to visit include the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It’s the country’s most visited National Park and is known the world over for its varied plant and animal life, its ancient mountains, and  remnants  of Southern Appalachian mountain culture.

The Blue Ridge Parkway offers a slow-paced drive revealing incredible vistas and close-up views of the Appalachian Highlands. This amazing road is one of the top places to visit in NC and winds for 469 miles, protecting animals and plant life. Learn about the nature you will encounter on the drive and plan to join rangers to learn about life and history along the Parkway as well as enjoy concerts and music along the way.

The Outer Banks is another attraction in North Carolina you won’t want to miss, made up of 130 miles of barrier islands, dotted with fishing villages and picturesque towns.  There are air, land, and sea experiences in the Outer Banks – including being atop the East Coast’s highest sand dune, climbing the tallest brick lighthouse in America at Cape Hatteras, or dining at one of more than 100 restaurants.


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