With the job market booming in most sectors, you may be surprised to learn that the construction industry is tied in growth with the medical industry! Experiencing an annual employment growth rate of 2.6%, the demand for skilled and experienced talent both in skilled trades and management is undeniable. Experts with ABC predict that 1.6 million new skilled workers will be needed in the construction industry by 2022!
Are you looking for a construction or skilled trades job in Arizona? We may have your job! Trillium Construction Services is excited to announce the opening of our newest location in Phoenix, Arizona!
As national leaders in construction staffing, our team partners with some of the busiest and most respected contractors in the country. We are excited to announce that the demand coming from these leading contractors has prompted us to open a location in Phoenix!
Our team is now hiring experienced:
- Journeyman Electricians
- Electrician Helpers
- Electrician Apprentices
- Sheet Metal Mechanics
- Sheet Metal Helpers
- Journeyman Plumbers
- Plumber Apprentices
- Plumber Helpers
If you are seeking construction job in Arizona with great income potential, full time hours including overtime possibilities, and the chance to get a foot in the door with the areas leading contractors; register with Trillium Construction today!
Want to learn more about how you can gain access to Trillium’s national network of experienced construction workers? Contact us today! If you are a stand out skilled trades worker seeking short or long term career opportunities, visit our job seekers section for more information!
Trillium, a national leader in staffing and recruitment is a valued staffing partner to over 5,000 companies nationwide.Trillium is privately owned by Oskar René Poch.
Are you looking for a job in the oil or gas industries? Now is the time! Almost half of the U.S. hiring managers in the industry are anticipating job growth including many full time positions yet this year!
A recent survey conducted by Rigzone, reported that more than a quarter of oil and gas employers planned to use more staffing agencies to fill positions in 2013 than they had in the past. Obtaining a position in the oil and gas industry through a construction or skilled trades staffing firm can provide additional security and benefits for an employee. An established construction staffing agency will often provide more overtime opportunities, traveling positions, workplace flexibility, and more job stability as most work with multiple contractors in the industry and can keep tradesmen employed going project to project.
The areas with the most anticipated growth for 2013 in the oil and gas industry include:
Finance and Accounting
Heavy Equipment Operators
If you are interested in a new position in the oil and gas industry, now is the time to act! With a larger than usual opportunity for full time positions, these positions will fill quickly!
If you are a contractor seeking to add additional staff, anticipating your future needs sooner rather than later can help you in the search for talent. With approximately half of the contractors in the industry recruiting for the same types of tradesmen and engineers, the top level talent will likely be hired for positions earlier in the season. Also, consider partnering with a staffing firm that specializes in your line of business but services a multitude of positions. Creating and maintaining a relationship with a staffing partner that understands your needs and your company profile without reinventing the wheel each time, will save you a large amount of time and resources.
Want to learn more about how you can gain access to Trillium’s national network of experienced tradesmen and construction workers? Contact us today! If you are a stand out skilled trades worker seeking short or long term career opportunities, visit our job seekers section for more information!
Trillium, a national leader in staffing and recruitment is a valued staffing partner to over 5,000 companies nationwide. Trillium is privately owned by Oskar René Poch.