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We hope you had a great first half of 2019! Ongoing growth and ever-present changes in the construction industry look to continue through the end of the year.

Below is a short list of high-caliber candidates, as well as our featured jobs. These are only a few of the candidates we have recently evaluated who are positioned for growth in their career and currently open to making a change. These individuals could make a tremendous impact to companies like yours. There is also a list of our hottest job openings in case you know someone who might be interested.

ConstuctionJobs Network, a division of SANINC, has been identifying, attracting, and placing high-caliber talent for since 1991. If you would like additional information on these candidates or need other positions filled, please contact us.

Top Candidates for this Month
Senior Project Manager

  • Hospitality and corporate project development experience
  • Versed in contract negotiations, preconstruction and design
  • Ability to manage a team of field staff and be a hands on team leader

Project Manager
  • 7+ years' experience in commercial construction
  • Aviation, Commercial, Healthcare, and Commercial experience
  • Focusing on growth opportunity within improving GC in the Atlanta market

Traveling Superintendent

  • 20+ years' of experience
  • Majority of work done with precast, cast in place, and tilt wall
  • Experience in high rise, warehouse and distribution centers, multifamily, and healthcare

Senior Project Manager
  • 20+ years' of commercial construction experience
  • Exposure in medical, office buildouts, data centers, and lab office spaces
  • Projects ranging from $160M-$500M

Senior Project Manager

  • 10+ years' experience
  • Large focus on corporate interiors
  • Strong focus on business development previous 3 years

Senior Project Manager
  • Over 20+ years of heavy civil and heavy industrial focus
  • Focused on team building and overseeing large projects with multiple field staff
  • Current projects are $600M+ and $400M+ scientific research facilities

Current Positions
Featured Jobs
#2185 - Project Manager
  • Location: Chicago, IL
  • Commercial Construction
  • 7-10 years of experience
  • Hospital & Education experience preferred
  • Ability to run large projects by self and manage field staff
  • Extensive travel not required
#2177 - Project Manager - Interiors
  • Location: Chicago, IL
  • Commercial Interiors
  • 5-8 years experience
  • Career mainly focused on commercial interiors
  • Desire to grow and develop Interiors Division
  • Business Development a large focus
#2190 - Traveling Superintendent
  • Location: Traveling
  • Commercial Construction
  • 15+ years experience
  • Full-time traveling SUP position
  • Must have Senior Housing Experience
  • Focus on some business development in this role
#2192 - Aviation Project Executive
  • Location: Dallas, Tx
  • Airport Terminals and Concourses
  • 15-20 years experience
  • Experience running projects in excess of $500M-$1B
  • Experience with airport terminals and concourses
  • Travel and Leadership at a large level is required
Hot Jobs
For more information on any of the candidates or positions listed above, or to discuss your specific search needs, please contact one of our Search Consultants:
 
Joey Golemboski
Division Manager, Light Industrial

joey@saninc.com
(630) 216-4707

 
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The Dichotomy of Inertia

When it rains, it pours; most are familiar with this phrase. It’s what we use to describe the inertia of negative circumstances building and snowballing. Can you think of the equivalent phrase used to describe the opposite? The experience of positive inertia? "Just look at the bright side"… "turn lemons into lemonade"… "there’s a light at the end of the tunnel" might come to mind, but those all build on turning a negative into a positive. What about turning a positive into even more positives? Why is that not more commonplace?

If momentum can swing us one way or the other on the pendulum of professional success, how can we keep the dichotomy of inertia positioned in a positive direction?
 
ConstructionJobs Network has been serving staffing needs in the construction industry since 1991. Our specialty is identifying, attracting, and placing high-caliber talent.

 
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