Posted by Willy Franzen on November 1, 2010. Jobs updated daily.
|Tumbling Coach for Kids|
|Case Manager/Counselor (Group Licensure Hours included)|
|Games Test Associate 1|
|Games Test Associate 1 (Swing shift)|
|Crisis Case Manager/Counselor (Group Licensure Hours included)|
Las Vegas, NV
|Group Fitness Instructor|
|Outside Sales Representative|
|Licensedreal Estate Inside Sales Agent|
Orland Park, IL
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I’m guessing that the large majority of you lived in a dorm or some other form of student housing during your time at college. They’re not typically the most luxurious places to live, but they get the job done. And as more and more people pursue higher education, more and more dorms are going to need to be built. That must be why DeSoto, TX based Warrior Group has been growing so quickly. They’ve seen 731% three-year growth to $124 million, which puts them at #405 on the Inc. 500. Their revenue is actually flat over last year, but you can’t blame them for hitting a plateau during a brutal recession that has hit the construction industry especially hard. I guess the market for “permanent modular construction and construction management services” has held up well—Warrior Group has become “the largest woman-owned, minority-owned construction services company in the U.S.”
By focusing on markets like Education and Healthcare, Warrior Group has been able to avoid many of the problems in the residential and commercial real estate markets. They’ve also put a focus on green building and sustainability, so that should only help their long-term growth. If you’ve always wanted to work in the construction industry, but have been thwarted until now by the recession, give Warrior Group a look. Their Jobs page doesn’t include specific positions, but it does allow you to apply generally. My guess is that there are positions in construction management, marketing, business development, and probably a few other areas.
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