The Best Job Hunt Sites for General Contracting Gigs

The Best Job Hunt Sites for General Contracting Gigs

Job searching can be a lot of work. It’s easy to spend hours searching the listings of a dozen different job sites, only to feel like finding the good general contracting jobs is like looking for a needle in a haystack. Streamline your search with these 7 job boards that will help lead you to the right construction gig more efficiently.

Indeed

This massive clearinghouse lists jobs in all different professions, but it’s especially popular for construction work. In fact, a recent search turned up a whopping 235,558 job listings, to be exact. Indeed also has a salary tool so you can gauge how much contractors make in your area.

Glassdoor

There are millions of jobs on Glassdoor, which is one of the largest job sites out there. Not only is the site a comprehensive source for general contracting work, but it also has helpful resources like company reviews and interview tips.

iHireConstruction

iHireConstruction is a niche job board is dedicated solely to construction jobs, so you won’t have to wade through endless job posting just to find a few in your field. The site’s matching tool delivers the most relevant listings to you from over 30,000 sources, and their resume tool helps analyze whether or not you’re using the best practices to attract employers. Search by job title, skills, or location to discover opportunities in construction management, or to find a plumber, drywall installer, or electrician for your next project.

Construction Jobs

Another site dedicated exclusively to work in the building industry is Construction Jobs. Browse listings by industry, company, type of compensation (hourly or salaried), and employment type (full-time, part-time, and contract work). Once you submit a resume, the site has a helpful tool for avoiding that “black hole” situation where you hear crickets from your potential employer and are left wondering if you’re still in the running for a job. Track your application for up-to-date status reports every step of the way, and even to get post-interview feedback from potential employers. 

ConstructionJobForce

ConstructionJobForce turns up thousands of new construction jobs every week, so new gigs are listed every day. If your resume needs dusting off, get a critique from a Career Advocate, who will give it a professional assessment and share writing tips for free.

Roadtechs

While many job sites allow you to sign up for weekly emails to get new job listings, Roadtechs’s new Job Notify tool will text or email you in real time so you can be one of the first candidates to get their application in.     

The Associated General Contractors of America

As the leading professional association for the construction industry, The AGC is a great resource when searching for the right job. Not only does their Career Center list available jobs, but the member directory and industry events are helpful tools for networking.