Jobseekers

What Maxim Can Offer to Construction Job Seekers

Working Relationships

To find the right job, you need your recruitment consultant to appreciate what you are looking for, and to know how to go about getting it for you.

At Maxim, we are prepared to offer you the time to listen to your interests and preferences. Only then will we start to offer advice and apply the necessary effort towards finding you what you are looking for.

Sector Specialists

Maxim is a specialist recruitment consultancy that can offer both a personal service and the required depth of coverage in the construction sectors we specialise in.

We have a great deal of experience in finding jobs for candidates in Building Contracting, Civil Engineering Contracting and the Consulting Services sectors of the construction industry.

If you are looking for a job in a particular sector, our job search function allows you to perform a search that looks only at the sectors that are of interest to you.

Role Specialists

Many job seekers prefer to look at the best jobs available in their discipline. If this applies to you, you can search our database by job title to find the most suitable Quantity Surveying, Risk Management or Project Management job.

Specialist Focus: The Benefits of Using Maxim Recruitment

At Maxim we work closely with our candidates to introduce them to a hand picked selection of employers that will find their experience relevant and appropriate.

We avoid mass applications and untargeted ‘mailshotting’ of applicant details to clients. We constantly monitor the market and make informed approaches to recruiting employers. This means that your details will need to be sent to fewer points of contact.

Industry Experience

Our experience in the construction recruitment industry creates the context for trusting and informed working relationships to develop between job seekers and our consultants.

It is in this context that you will be most likely to secure the best available career move.

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A website can only offer a limited impression of how we operate; please submit your CV to us and begin the positive experience of partnering with a professional construction recruitment consultancy.

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“My experience with Maxim has always been good and certainly says something about their sustainable service. Happy to have been able to maintain in contact since the first job they referred me to back in 2010.”

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