What ICS-Placement Is All About
ICS-Placement is a boutique executive search service for employers of Construction Project Time Management professionals. Our one-of-a-kind approach facilitates the identification, qualification, ranking, representation, and promotion of candidates whose skills, experience, qualifications, and personal attributes most closely align with the employer’s specific staffing needs. We accomplish this with a two-punch: an Employer Needs Assessment followed by a meticulous Candidate Vetting Process.
Why ICS-Placement Was Created
For as long as we can remember, Job Searching and Candidate Recruitment have been a major frustration for Construction PTM practitioners and employers, respectively. For the candidate, there have been two primary challenges: finding the opportunities, and distinguishing yourself from the competition.
The employer, too, suffers from the ignorance of the matchmaker:
A Critical Word About the Keyword Criterion
Using the presence or absence of choice keywords in a resume — as a way to reduce thousands of candidates to a short list of a dozen or less – is frustrating to both candidates and employers. Candidates openly complain about being overlooked simply because a particular keyword was absent. Employers routinely complain that the eventual short list of candidates are not necessarily qualified for the open position.
Addressing this recruitment nightmare is one of the main reasons we created ICS-Placement. Our core philosophy is simply, “it takes one to know one.” Hence, all of our recruiters have extensive experience in Construction Project Management, and Construction Project Time Management.
Whom ICS-Placement Is Intended to Serve
Both candidates for open Construction PTM positions, and the employers who seek to fill them, will be delighted to learn about ICS-Placement.
How ICS-Placement Is Organized and Functions
We employ the construction industry’s toughest Candidate Vetting Process, designed to assess each applicant’s knowledge and experience in four key areas: Critical Path Method, Project Time Management, Construction means and methods, and overall computer dexterity. Our Candidate Vetting Process proceeds through five steps: