Making the Best Construction Career Decisions in Dallas
1. You’ve Got To Collect All The Information
It’s my job to get all of the information about the company, culture, current role, and foreseeable future of any position that I represent to candidates. I’ll make sure that you have all of the information about the position and expectations for the role. If your questions aren’t answered, we aren’t moving forward. It’s my responsibility to the construction hiring managers of the DFW area to represent their companies accurately, and clearly to candidates in the community. I’ll provide all of the information I can at each step in the process and make sure that you’ve got everything you need to make the best possible decision.
I’m on your side. My constant devotion to the best interests of my candidate and client partners is what allows me to be successful in my recruiting career. I’ve got your back, and you can relax knowing that I’ll help you walk through the decision making process. So Chill out, and feel free to share your concerns with me, so that we can work through them together.
3. You’ve Got To Know All The Options
My expertise in the DFW Construction hiring market allows me to see all of the options in the marketplace for you. I’m in the Dallas Fort Worth Construction market every day, and I have knowledge of the ins and outs of the industry. If I don’t currently have the ideal position for you on my desk today, know that you have options! Even if I can’t get you an interview with your dream company tomorrow, I can help you by sharing the information and networking with you on all of the available options- including all of those smaller companies that may or may not use my services, but be a great option for your career.
Keeping track of the conversations we have is another part of the decision making process that I’m responsible for. As we work our way through the Dallas Construction position options, I make sure that I keep track of where you are in your decision making process. I update our notes from our conversations together, so don’t be surprised when I ask to clarify points that we’ve already gone over- “last time we talked, you were only looking at Construction companies A and B, is that still true?” Or, “you’d mentioned that position C wasn’t the best for you because of the travel requirement of the position, what’s changed that you’re open to more travel now?”. I help you track the decision making process, so that we can look back and verify that your final decision is really the best one for your construction career.
5. You’ve Got To Keep Things In Perspective
It’s rare that the first position that I call someone about is an exact match to their construction career goals, so it’s important to keep your whole career in perspective. If the position that you interview for first doesn’t end up being the right next move for you, it’s certainly not the end of the world. Keep the perspective that this isn’t a “one and done” type of relationship. I’m not going to drop off the face of the earth and leave you to go through your construction career change process alone. I’m here for the long haul- through the interview process, the offer, acceptance, the resignation process of your current role and even after you start your new role I’ll still be there to help you in any way that I can. I like to follow up with the commercial construction candidates that I place to make sure they’re still happy, and check in on their growth.
Tyler Craig serves the Dallas Construction Market as Account Executive Recruiter, helping candidates and clients make the best possible decisions to grow their teams and careers.