Halcrow reaches out to US Veterans

Welcome to Halcrow in North America.

Halcrow has exciting career opportunities for Veterans throughout North America.

By Randy Miller

Whether you are just starting out or have years of experience, you can make it happen at Halcrow!

Halcrow has been delivering world-class infrastructure solutions since 1868. Through both organic growth and acquisition, they’ve developed into one of the most respected multi-disciplinary consultancies in North America.

Opportunities

Applications are welcome from all civil, structural, and mechanical and electrical engineers, as well as infrastructure, water, environmental, transport, economics, agricultural, building sciences and energy specialists.

They also welcome resumes from talented professionals in corporate services, including finance, human resources, communications, information technology and office services.

Visit HireVeterans.com for full details on all of the latest Halcrow job openings. Details of how and who to apply to are included in each listing.

Expertise

Halcrow has been working for clients in North America for more than 50 years. Halcrow is building the future. They are proud of that legacy and how they achieved it. They know that sustainable business is good business and have crafted their 10-year strategy in the US around their corporate commitment to a sustainable planet.

Halcrow’s main practice areas include:

1. buildings and facilities
2. transportation and infrastructure
3. water and power infrastructure

With 24 offices in North America, and growing, their ongoing strength and durability means they are well positioned for long-term growth and success. Isn’t it time you made the move to Halcrow?

Click to apply today  Jobs at Halcrow

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