The construction industry comprises so many different career disciplines and types of projects, it's hard to define construction employment these days.
For example, civil infrastructure construction involves projects like roads, mass transit, wastewater, as well as water delivery and
purification. Industrial projects often involve building structures that are used to serve
purposes like manufacturing goods, processing and refining materials, and to house research and
development facilities. Commercial construction can range from projects like universities and
hospitals to retail outlets. Although home builders do indeed design and build homes, they also
plan communities and civil projects to serve those communities.
Within these construction classifications there are several divisions of projects types. For
example, an industrial EPC may have a turnkey construction, design build division, civil works
department, an oil and gas division, and so on.
As the overall industry is so diverse and intertwined, so too are the employment opportunities on
construction projects around the globe. From IT personnel to skilled labor professionals to project engineers,
managers and superintendents, the workforce on a project can run the gamut of employment
Some of the wide-ranging jobs in the construction industry include:
- Concrete Technician
- On-site Systems Administrator
- Environmental or LEED Project Engineer
- Environmental, Health and Safety Roles
- Project Manager
- Cost Controls
- Document Control
- Civil Engineering / Surveying
- Design Engineering
- Procurement Professionals
- Site Planners
- Legal Opportunities and more
Talascend is engaged in projects across multiple industries with some of the world's top EPCs and their subcontractors. Register with us to learn more about the construction employment opportunities we're filling today. To learn more about how our network of over 500,000 technical professionals can help you staff your next project, contact the Talascend construction specialist team nearest you.