In Kevin Costner’s famous movie, “Field of Dreams,” the classic line was, “If you build it, they will come.” In our country’s challenging economic times, that movie line would read more along the lines of, “If you build it, it will probably remain vacant for quite some time.”
That is why ISC Executive Search has responded to the decrease in Land Development, Commercial Construction and Commercial Architecture by expanding its search resources in the areas of Geotechnical Engineering, Materials Testing and Special Inspections. ISC, which had an established Civil Engineering network of more than 10,000, has also increased its employment resources in the areas of Water & Wastewater Treatment, Transportation Engineering and Traffic Engineering.
ISC began recruiting and placing employees into management positions in the fields of Architecture, Engineering and Construction in the early 1990s. ISC’s recruiting professionals have proven track records in placing job candidates in career-enhancing opportunities in all phases of the building industry.
Shifting marketing priorities, though, have created the need for ISC to expand its recruiting network. And while jobs in the areas of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Land Development might be more difficult to find, ISC’s recruiting professionals have an inside track on the employment areas that are on the rise.
“Over the past several months, we’ve seen dramatic shifts in hiring nationally – decreasing in areas such as Commercial Construction and Land Development, and increasing remarkably in the realm of Infrastructure Development,” said Thurman Williams, the firm’s President. “Because our work is a reflection of hiring demand, ISC is reallocating its own resources, redeploying our assets in information and research, and assigning additional account executives to address this increased demand.”
This specialization allows the firm to focus in better on these key hiring areas, developing even greater domain expertise. What does this mean for candidates seeking employment? It means that ISC’s recruiting professionals are better connected to building industry jobs, whether they are on the coast of California, the coast of Connecticut or overseas.
Some of the Account Executives at ISC Executive Search who are contributing to this
employment industry transformation include:
Bill Voegele manages ISC’s West-Coast office in Truckee, CA, and is working with Transportation Engineering, Traffic Engineering and Geotechnical Engineering clients in the Western U.S.
Allan Henke is continuing to build upon his expertise in Water and Wastewater treatment Plant Construction and Operations, and now oversees all of ISC’s work in the sector nationally.
Lauren Soldwisch a veteran recruiter in Commercial Construction, Heavy / Civil
Construction and Civil Engineering, is adding to ISC’s emphasis on Geotechnical &
Mark Carter has long maintained ISC’s work with Civil Engineering in Texas and the Central U.S. He has also developed remarkable niche expertise in Traffic and Transportation Engineering.
ISC is, indeed, building extraordinary companies(tm). Interested parties should not hesitate to contact the firm’s President, Thurman Williams, at (828) 253-2828 or visit www.iscexecutivesearch.com.
Let ISC Executive Search help you find a new career, not just a new job. We look forward to working with you!
Contact: Thurman Williams
ISC Executive Search, Inc.
Office: (828) 253-2828