Based in Sydney I am an independent recruiter and business partner to the construction industry. I also prepare CVs and LinkedIn ProfilesOther Consultant
Sourcing Construction Professionals for the Australian construction industry, with demonstrated success and excellent knowledge of construction; I have developed a well-established network of contacts in the NSW and ACT construction industry, over the past 6 years.
I established two industry networking groups on Linked-in in 2009, specific to the local construction industry where I and others regularly post local construction news, please take a look:
Construction and Engineering Sydney and NSW
Construction and Engineering Canberra and ACT
I have demonstrated success recruiting the following personnel for construction main contractors, civil contractors and consultancies:
- Construction Project Managers
- Contract Administrators
- Commercial Managers
- Quantity Surveyors
- Site Managers
- Site Engineers
- Project Engineers
- Civil Engineers
- Design Managers
- Construction Planners
- Construction Managers
I can provide advice on salaries and the local construction market and I am always happy for a catch-up with Candidates or Companies wanting advice.
Resume / CV / Linked-in Profile Preparation
Using my 15 years recruitment and CV preparation experience, gained in a large number of different sectors, I prepare winning resumes.
Resumes completed for all levels of experience – Entry-level / Graduate to Senior Manager and my service offers a full consultation with my clients face-to-face (please see below for more info)
In 2012, 93% of recruiters used Linked-in as a source to find candidates, as an advanced user of Linked-in for over 5 years I also write Linked-in profiles in addition to resume’s, and coach on how to maximise using the site.
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