Jackson launches search for Director of Corporate Safety

  Cajun Industries, LLC has announced the launch of a search for the company’s Director of Corporate Safety.  The successful leader will ensure Cajun sustains a world class proactive Safety Culture that fulfills our Mission and Vision. To ensure a competitive and confidential search process, Cajun has engaged the services of Jackson Executive Search.  Jackson… Read More »

Career Tips for aspiring Construction Executives

Navigating the executive hierarchy of any organization can take many twists and turns.  But with the tips below, you should be well on your way.  Develop a strong understanding of the construction industry: To become a successful executive, you need to have a deep understanding of the industry you’re in. This includes staying up-to-date with… Read More »

Are elevated job titles the answer to attracting and retaining talent? It’s complicated.

In today’s competitive job market, construction companies are constantly looking for ways to attract and retain top talent. One strategy that has been gaining popularity in recent years is the practice of giving less experienced employees higher job titles. The reasoning behind this approach is simple: by providing employees with a more impressive title, companies… Read More »

Signs it’s time to make a career change?

As we close out 2022, we are given time to reflect on our goals both personally and professionally.  One of the questions we are asked often by executive candidates is:  What are the signs I’ve grown stagnant and need to make a change.  Below are some general tips: Lack of job satisfaction: If you find… Read More »

Jackson Executive Search adds new searches for November

  Jackson Executive Search, LLC announces the launch of new retained search projects beginning in November. VP of Marine Construction – EPC Contractor VP of Construction – Global owner and developer of Facilities Director of Prefabrication  – Top 100 ENR General Builder Preconstruction Manager – Top 50 Specialty Contractor Director of Estimating – EPC Contractor… Read More »

Talent is a priority regardless of company size

While Jackson & Associates is best known for working with some of the biggest names in the AEC industry, some may not realize we provide consultation and recruiting services to companies of all sizes. From budding startups to family-owned ventures, our assistance has repeatedly been sought by a wide array of general contractors, developers and… Read More »

Jackson executive searches for March 2022

Jackson Executive Search, LLC announces the launch of multiple retained search projects in March 2022. President – Multi-Discipline Engineering Firm VP of Construction – Facilities Management and construction.  Current portfolio of 92 properties. VP of Modular Construction  – Construction Manager with over $2.3 billion in annual revenues Director of Construction – Build to rent construction… Read More »

Jackson to launch multiple searches in September 2021

  Jackson Executive Search, LLC announces the launch of multiple retained search projects beginning in September 2021. Self Perform Director – Top 150 General Contractor & Construction Manager Preconstruction Manager – Top 50 Specialty Contractor Director of Estimating – EPC Contractor VP, Design Services – Global Owner/Developer Director, Marine Construction – EPC Contractor Manager of… Read More »

Jackson launches five new retained searches to kick off the year

Jackson Executive Search, LLC is pleased to announce the launch of five (5) new retained searches beginning in January 2021.  While 2020 brought its challenges for both candidates and clients alike, the company was able to achieve a 100% fill rate on retained search projects.  We maintain that we have the best candidate and client… Read More »

Are You Prepared?

  If you’re like most people, taking certain measures to protect your future is critical. You participate in a 401(k) plan in preparation for retirement. You carry health insurance in case you fall ill. Your vehicle is insured in case of a collision. So, wouldn’t it be equally wise to show the same foresight regarding… Read More »