PMC SPECIALIST RECRUITMENT SOLUTIONS
Assisting those who help cities grow.
PMC Specialist Recruitment Solutions specializes within the Design, Construction & Property Industry within the Institutional, Commercial, Industrial and Residential sectors. A wholly owned Canadian firm, we partner with top tier firms and organizations while representing the career goals and aspirations of our candidates, we provide effective recruitment solutions ensuring a match that produces positive and rewarding results.
Our in-depth knowledge of the Design, Construction and Property industry and the various project portfolios involved affords us a deep understanding of our clients’ business and the talent needed to achieve fulfilling their human capital requirements. Knowing specifically what our candidates do, the tasks they are involved in, and the projects and experience they have gained allows us to professionally consult them towards career opportunities that are in-line with their next career transition.
Whether you are an employer seeking key staff or a professional looking for your next role, PMC Specialist Recruitment Solutions offers its specialty service and expertise producing effective and efficient results.
PMC Specialist Recruitment Solutions is founded on and dedicated to delivering professional staffing solutions and unparalleled service to meet the goals and objectives of our clients and candidates while excelling in integrity, honesty and responsiveness.
Areas of Specialty:
- Development (Hi-Rise, Mid-Rise, Low-Rise)
- Construction & Project Management
- Architecture & Interior Design
- Cost Consulting
- Consulting Engineering (Civil/Structural, Mechanical, Electrical)
- General Contracting
- Specialty Contracting (Mechanical, Electrical, Building Automation, Fire & Security, Elevators)
- Facilities & Property Management
- New Construction, Additions and Renovations
WHO WE ARE
PMC Specialist Recruitment Solutions specializes in the recruitment of design and construction professionals related to the buildings and infrastructure industries. Our networks are deeply entrenched in the construction market and are focused on meeting the goals and objectives of
clients and candidates locally, nationally and internationally.
WHY SPECIALIST RECRUITMENT?
A specialist recruitment firm provides staffing solutions to companies from particular industries. Compared to a generalist recruiter, a specialist knows your industry and understands its particular human resource demands as well as the goals and aspirations of the people who work in that industry.
Visit our careers section for an up to date listing of the opportunities we are engaged in across different regions, disciplines and markets. For a more extensive list of all live vacancies, please feel free to contact one of our consultants at any of our locations and we look forward to being of assistance
Given a number of our engagements are strictly confidential, you will not see them advertised. Please feel free to submit your details in the strictest of confidence and one of our consultants will look forward to speaking with you. Let us inform you of opportunities that are in line with your career goals and objectives that otherwise may go unnoticed.
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