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Sequence has a long history associated with the construction history, recruiting a wide range of personnel for the three major segments of the industry: 


 Construction building, which includes contractors (also known as general contractors) who build residential, industrial, commercial, and other buildings.

 Heavy and civil engineering construction contractors that build sewers, roads, highways, bridges, dams, tunnels, and other large projects.

 Specialty trade contractors who specialize in one of the construction trades, such as carpentry, painting, plumbing or electrical work. 

Construction usually is done or coordinated by general contractors who specialize in one type of construction such as residential or commercial building.  They take full responsibility for the complete job, except for specified portions of the work that may be omitted from the general contract.  Although general contractors may do a portion of the work with their own crews, they often subcontract most of the work to heavy construction or specialty trade contractors. 

Specialty trade contractors usually do the work of only one trade, and thus, generally have no responsibility for the structure as a whole.  They obtain orders for their work from general contractors, architects or property owners.  Repair work is almost always done on direct order from owners, occupants, architects, or property managers. 

Recruiting and staffing is not unlike construction in that it too consists of the building and assembling of infrastructure.  Far from being a single activity, large scale construction is a feat of multitasking.  Normally the job is managed by the project manager and supervised by the construction manager, design engineer, construction engineer or project architect.

For the successful execution of a project, effective planning is essential. Managers involved with the design and execution of the construction project must consider its environmental impact, project scope, scheduling, budgeting, site safety, availability of materials, logistics, inconvenience to the public caused by construction delays, preparing tender documents, obtaining governmental approvals, and much more. 

Fulfill all of your HR requirements through Sequence.

Whether a project is in the acquisition, entitlement, design or physical construction stage, Sequence can address all the personnel needs for any organization along a projects life-cycle. 

Our team of highly skilled and experienced recruiters and staffing experts has expansive construction industry experience.  Their extensive industry network means they know where the top talents are and how to recruit them for your team. 

Further, our recruiting philosophy, methodology and recruiting practices adhere to the highest standards in the industry.  That means we always carefully screen and present only the most qualified construction professionals who are able to meet your standards and make an immediate contribution to your organization. 

We recruit and staff executive, management, administrative and field-level personnel for temporary and temporary-to-permanent jobs, and for direct-hire positions throughout the construction industry worldwide.  We also offer short and long-term temporary contract placements, outplacement services, long-term recruiting in addition to contracting a full range of HR services. 

With such a diversity of applications, there is a nearly endless list of construction sub-specialties.  Many of these are vital to the clients we serve and require highly skilled expertise in planning, design and execution.  These are among a few of the key positions we recruit and staff daily:

Typical positions that we recruit and staff on a daily basis include:

 Accountant
 Accounting Manager
 Airport Engineer
 Arborist
 Archaeologist
 Architect
 Architectural Drafter
 Architectural Engineer
 Architectural Historian
 Asbestos Abatement Manager
 Assistant Project Manager
 Assistant Superintendent
 Assistant Supervisor
 AutoCAD Drafter
 Bookkeeper
 Bridge Engineer
 Budget Analyst
 Building Inspector
 Business Development Manager
 Cadastral Surveyor
 Carpenter
 Carpet Installer and Finisher
 Cartographer
 Chainman
 Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
 Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
 Chief Operating Officer
 Civil Drafter
 Civil Engineer
 Construction Engineer
 Construction Estimator
 Construction Inspector
 Construction Manager
 Construction Project Engineer
 Construction Project Manager
 Construction Superintendent
 Construction Supervisor
 Construction Surveyor
 Consulting Engineer
 Contract Administrator
 Control System Engineer
 Corrosion Engineer
 Cost Accountant
 Demolition Estimator
 Demolition Project Manager
 Demolition Superintendent
 Demolition Supervisor
 Division Manager
 Division President
 Drafter
 Drywall Hanger
 Earthquake Engineer
 Electrical Engineer
 Electrical Inspector
 Electrician
 Emergency Medical Technician/Paramedic
 Engineering Surveyor
 Environmental CEQA Project Manager
 Environmental Engineer
 Environmental Health and Safety Manager
 Environmental NEPA Project Manager
 Environmental Planner
 Environmental Sampling Technician
 Escrow Coordinator
 Expert Witness
 Finance Manager
 Financial Analyst
 Financial Planner
 Fire Protection Engineer
 Floor Installers and Finishers
 Foremen / Forewomen
 Forensic Engineer
 Form Carpenter
 General Construction Laborers
 General Demolition Laborers
 Geodetic Surveyor
 Geotechnical Engineer
 GIS Specialists
 Hazardous Materials Remover
 Health and Safety Engineer
 Heavy Equipment Operator
 Home Inspector
 Hydropower Engineer
 Industrial Engineer
 Internal Auditor
 Land Acquisition Manager
 Land Entitlement Director
 Land Surveyor
 Land Surveyor In Training (LSIT or SIT)
 Landscape Architect
 Landscaper
 Marine Engineer
 Marine Geologist
 Marine Surveyor
 Mechanic
 Mechanical Engineer
 Mechanical Inspector
 Metallurgical Mining and Geological Engineer
 Mining Surveyor
 Office Surveyor
 Operations Manager
 Painter
 Party Chief
 Petroleum Engineer
 Petroleum Geologist
 Photogrammetrist
 Pipe Fitter
 Plumber
 Plumbing Inspector
 Power Transmission Engineer
 Prep Detail Finish Carpenter
 Professional Land Surveyor
 Professional Surveyor and Mapper (PSM)
 Project Accountant
 Public Relations Specialist
 Public Works Inspector
 Purchasing Agent
 Purchasing Manager
 Quality Assurance Manager
 Quality Control Manger
 Quantity Surveyor
 Regional Planner
 Registered Environmental Assessor (REA)
 Regulatory Compliance Manager
 Resident Engineer
 Roofer
 Safety Director
 Safety Supervisor
 Scheduler
 Soils Engineer
 Specification Inspector
 Structural Engineer
 Superintendent
 Survey and Mapping Technician
 Survey Crew Chief
 Survey Drafter
 Survey Technician
 Surveyor
 Tax Accountant
 Tile Installer and Finisher
 Transportation Engineer
 Treasurer
 Truck Driver
 Underground Project Manager
 Urban Planner
 Warranty Manager
 Wastewater Plant Operator
 Wastewater Technician
 Water Systems Engineer
 Welder
 Window Hanger