We interact daily with some of the most well-known and respected employers in the environmental, climate change, engineering, construction, and light industrial industries. From major engineering and construction firms, to manufacturing and mass distribution facilities, we know the players and the employment landscape.
In these industries, what quickly separates one organization from others in their field is an organization’s abilities, quality of work and commitment to professionalism. We have a well-earned reputation as an extremely competent and ethical firm. Because we value honesty, we undertake all our dealings with the same high level of professionalism you would expect when conducting your own affairs.
Our specialized industry focus allows us to understand the unique considerations of employers that operate in these industries. Because of this, we are knowledgeable of the most current industry-specific employment standards and practices. Our years of experience and activities have enabled us to develop some of the industry’s most complex recruiting practices and methodologies for finding and retaining the highest quality personnel.
This specialization also gives us unique insight into the special needs and requirements of employees that work in these industries and allows us to offer an inside track to some of the most desirable and challenging positions currently available in the marketplace.
Whether it is an undertaking in the air, water, land, energy, wildlife or natural resources arena, Sequence recruits and staffs a wide variety of environmental related personnel. Job assignments include the in-office technical professionals who support undertakings; scientists and technicians who gather field data and carry out assessments; project managers who direct and oversee endeavors; mitigation monitoring and compliance personnel who enforce and navigate the regulatory landscape; and the environmental engineers and planners who design and implement overall project strategies.
Some of these fields include natural resource management, environmental planning, regulatory compliance, CEQA/NEPA permitting, remediation and cleanup, geology, OSHA safety, mitigation monitoring and inspection, geotechnical and soil science, chemical, toxicology, environmental engineering, wildlife biology, air quality, hydrology and water resources, archeology and cultural resource assessment. View a list of environmental specialties.
Climate Change and Ozone Protection
To ensure a sustainable future, there is a great need to understand climate change and to manage greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in ways that protect the planet from further degradation and change while promoting economic stability and growth.
As climate change issues emerge, and public and private sector markets introduce new solutions, Sequence has been leading the way offering clients around the world unparalleled expertise recruiting the foremost experts to meet the demands of this fast-growing industry. We are the premier firm recruiting and placing personnel with clients that require specially trained talent to assess on a comprehensive, objective, open and transparent basis the latest scientific, technical and socio-economic information to gain a full understanding of the risk of human-induced climate change, its observed and projected impacts and options for adaptation and mitigation.
Because of our pioneering efforts in this field, our team of recruiter’s are well versed knowing and understanding the evolving climate change industry sector’s best practices, most effective policy options, least costly mitigation options, and the credible management strategies to combat GHG emissions, as well as the impacts of using assorted strategies.
Sequence recruiters possess exceptional technical depth and historic experience in the climate change and ozone protection field. They know the players; the movers and shakers. Because of their expansive industry network, they know where the leading talents are and how to obtain the best and the brightest climate change professionals for your organization. View a list of climate change specialties.
Engineers are an integral part of the environmental, construction and light industrial industries. Their work is the link between scientific discoveries and the commercial applications that meet societal and consumer needs. We rely upon their creations and solutions to meet our every day needs, from agricultural mechanization to water supply and distribution; from planes and autos to highways and mass transit systems; and from computers and phones to a myriad of electronics and the Internet.
We know and understand the technical and professional nuances of the engineering vocation. Perhaps your requirements might include a need for a professionally licensed engineer – PE, Professional Engineer – or an EIT, an Engineer in Training. Whatever your engineering needs are, you can depend on Sequence to meet them for you.
Our team of highly skilled and experienced recruiters and staffing experts has broad engineering industry experience. Their expansive industry network means they know where the finest talent is and how to obtain the best and the brightest engineers for your organization. View a list of engineering specialties.
Sequence recruits and staffs a wide range of personnel in the construction industry. Job assignments include apprentices and journeymen; trade personnel who execute hands-on tasks; project managers who oversee and direct operations; site inspectors and safety personnel who ensure work is completed to specifications; and the planners, designers and engineers who lay the groundwork for projects.
Some of these fields include commercial, retail and residential construction; survey and architectural design; project management; civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering; landscaping, heavy equipment operation, demolition, energy and/or power and land planning. View a list of construction specialties.
Sequence supports a wide variety of personnel that develop and execute light industrial activities. Job assignments include the clerical and control staff who support initiatives; hands-on material, assembly and operations technicians who perform day-to-day operations; control systems engineers and industrial designers who build equipment and maintain operations; and the project management and operational planning personnel who oversee and execute undertakings.
Some of these fields include heavy equipment operation, materials and assembly, machine operation, industrial and mechanical design, fabrication, maintenance and installation, testing and inspection, administrative, logistics, inventory control and programming. View a list of light industrial specialties.