The construction industry has suffered some what since 2008 and the recession, but the industry is picking up, and growth is forecast to continue into 2014, with increases in employment at all levels of the sector.
As construction often involves short term projects and tight deadlines, headhunters can be crucial in the recruitment of teams in such situations, especially on large scale projects and at a technical or executive level. As such employers may well choose to search for potential employees with the help of a headhunter who knows both the sector intimately, as well as the needs of particular roles and positions within the sector.
Structural engineers, project managers, site managers, and site engineer positions can be filled for an organisation through the use of a headhunter who will be aware of the landscape of the sector and the needs of any employers searching for candidates. Choosing to search for candidates with a headhunter is a good choice for employers in need of the best and most qualified employees in a skilled and demanding position, especially in a saturated market such as today's.
In the construction industry experience is crucial, but so is the culture and tone of any team or organisation which can often be important to the smooth running of a project. As such, headhunters can help to fill a position with a candidate who is not only qualified but well-suited to the culture and aims of any particular team, organisation, or company.