SUFFOLK POLICY FOR THIRD-PARTY RECRUITERS
Suffolk (“Suffolk Construction”) works with third party recruiting agencies. We sincerely believe our continued success relies on our ability to attract top talent. We also respect the time and energy it takes to source qualified and interested candidates. Knowing this, we work with a group of preferred vendors that have been selected as a result of a screening and evaluation process by our Talent Acquisition Group. Due to the high volume of solicitations and the competitive landscape for identifying talent, we perform an annual assessment of our preferred vendor list.
If you would like to be considered as a potential future preferred vendor, please contact us at email@example.com and include information about your firm as well as a primary point of contact. Please note that providing this information DOES NOT qualify you as a preferred vendor.
All vendors must have an executed Suffolk vendor agreement signed by the Vice President of Talent Acquisition in order to receive payment for a candidate placement. Any resume submitted to any employee without a Suffolk signed vendor agreement in place will be considered the property of Suffolk. Securing a signed preferred vendor agreement from the Vice President of Talent Acquisition is the only way you will be paid. Verbal commitments from any member of the Suffolk staff will not be considered binding. Additionally, Suffolk will not pay a fee to a third-party recruiter that has not coordinated their recruiting activity with a member of the Talent Acquisition Group.
It is the responsibility of all third-party recruiting /staffing agencies to know and abide by this policy.
EEO & AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
Suffolk Construction and Liberty Construction are equal opportunity employers and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy or maternity, national origin, citizenship, genetic information, disability, protected veteran, gender identity, age, or any other status protected by law.
This applies to recruiting, hiring, transfers, promotions, terminations, compensation, benefits, and all other terms and conditions of employment, and also states that retaliation against any employee who files a complaint regarding possible violations of this policy will not be tolerated.
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Are you a proven performer who enjoys working as part of a team that is focused on delivering superior results? Are you a creative and innovative collaborator who “thinks outside the box” and thrives on finding new ways to address challenges? If this sounds like you, you may qualify for a rewarding and exciting career at Suffolk Construction, one of the most innovative construction management firms in the industry that has consistently been named one of the “best places to work” in the country!
The Project Executive provides overall leadership and direction on project team performance, client relations, contract negotiations and compliance, trade partner management, schedule and budget management, and compliance with company safety and quality standard operating procedures. The individual must be an exceptional communicator and will be responsible for serving as the client’s direct point of contact on projects. The Project Executive must be a strong leader and advocate for team collaboration and innovation, and must have the ability to lead, manage, cultivate and mentor team members to promote their professional growth.
The Superintendent is arguably the most important role on a building construction project site—this individual’s leadership is often considered the most critical factor in a project’s success. The Superintendent is responsible for overseeing and managing all day-to-day job site activities, including project team performance, site conditions, compliance with our “build smart” approach and safety and quality standards, compliance with scope, and effective management of trade partners. A primary responsibility of this individual is to establish and implement the baseline schedule based on the contracts, while proactively addressing challenges that could impact the progress of work and ensuring that the work performed is consistent with the contracted scope
The Superintendent must be an exceptional communicator, negotiator and arbitrator, and will serve as the client’s direct point of contact on projects. The Superintendent must be a strong leader, communicator and advocate for team collaboration and innovation, and must have the ability to manage, cultivate and mentor team members to promote their professional growth.
Suffolk is at a pivotal moment in its history. For more than 35 years, Suffolk has been reinventing city skylines, growing exceptional talent and shaping communities, but now the company is on the cusp of a remarkable transformation. Suffolk has a bold mission to grow its business beyond the core offerings of typical general contractors. The company is expanding its operations and client services across new verticals and in new sectors to redefine what it means to be a builder, revolutionize its industry and make a permanent mark on the world of business.
Individuals who join the Suffolk team during this period of great change and momentum will be part of a special experience that will energize them, challenge them and propel their professional careers. Suffolk is geared up for a thrilling journey that is just getting started.
The Business Development Director will be responsible for discovering, developing, and pursuing new business opportunities and relationships within the construction industry in the San Diego market.
The primary responsibility of the Business Development Director is to identify leads, develop and implement account plans; enhance and sustain key relationships which will result in construction management opportunities for the company. The role also requires oversight and effective execution of the business development process.
Suffolk is one of the most innovative and respected construction management firms in the country. It is a national organization with offices in Boston (Headquarters), New York City, Miami, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Estero, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego, and it services clients in the healthcare, science and technology, education, federal government, gaming, aviation and commercial sectors. Suffolk is privately held and is led by Founder, Chairman and CEO John Fish. The organization is ranked #23 on the Engineering News-Record list of “Top 400 Contractors” in the country. Suffolk is also a community-conscious organization driven by its core values, dedicated to environmentally friendly and sustainable business practices, and committed to making a positive impact in the community through grassroots volunteer work, employee fundraising and corporate giving.
The Assistant Project Manager works with the Project Manager in running the day to day project management operations on the job.