Power and Utilities Staffing2022-03-23T12:40:43-04:00

Staffing for Power and Utilities

Grow and shrink your Power and Utility workforce based on your project needs.  For decades, FootBridge has cultivated long-standing partnerships with our candidates while clearly understanding client hiring requirements. Personally connected with so many of our Power and Utility projects, we firmly grasp client ideals through project work and onsite visits. Knowing these details is what makes our team so unique. 

We realize not only our clients, but the candidates we seek to place every day have so many choices when it comes to hiring. It’s the fine details, such as knowing someone’s work history without having to be reminded, the personal ease in which we work, and the name we have made for ourselves which makes a difference. 

Our talented team of specialized recruiters will deliver qualified candidates for all your projects, including:

  • Power Generation
  • Renewable Energy
  • Power Transmission & Distribution

How Does Contract Hiring Work?

Any hire made through FootBridge is an employee of our firm (when they work 30+ hours a week). We assume all liability for the employee, including payroll, employee benefits administration, liability insurance, worker’s compensation, future unemployment benefits, and more.

Our goal is to make hiring contract talent as easy as possible.

Is contract hiring more expensive than direct hire?

A staffing firm markup, which is the fee paid on top of a base salary, covers all costs and liabilities. Additionally, with contract hires, your company is not committed to paying an annual salary or benefits.

Instead, the staffing firm pays the contractor (working 30+ hours) an hourly rate while assuming responsibility for benefits and all insurance.

Examples of Our Recent Projects:

  • Major solar power site development program for a large power utility on the east coast. Delivered project engineers, schedulers, cost engineers, and project coordinators for EPC oversight.

  • Decommissioning of a nuclear power plant on the West Coast. Placed project managers and engineers to support demolition activities.

  • Solar power construction projects in the Northeast. Recruited a senior construction manager to oversee numerous commercial solar projects including rooftops, canopies, and ground mount units.

Examples of positions we support:

  • Project Manager

  • Project Scheduler

  • Cost Engineer

  • Project Controls Manager

  • Project Coordinator

  • Construction Manager

  • Superintendent

  • Construction Manager

  • Project Engineer

  • Process Engineer

  • Controls Engineer

  • Estimator

  • Quantity Surveyor

  • Work Planner

  • Field Engineer

  • Procurement Manager

  • Safety Manager

  • Document Control Specialist

  • Project Administrator

  • Contract Manager

Our Power and Utilities Sales Team Leaders

Josh Avin
Josh AvinClient Business Manager
Josh graduated from Salem State University with his BA in Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services. Josh was in the United States Army as an Infantryman prior to joining the FootBridge team in 2017 as a Technical Recruiter developing a professional database, learning the industry, and developing client and contractor relationships.
Ray LaMonica
Ray LaMonicaClient Business Manager
Ray joined the FootBridge team in 2011 as a Technical Recruiter for the energy division before he was promoted to a Client Business Manager. Ray brings to FootBridge previous experience as an Account Executive at Aerotek and has a BA degree from Colgate University.

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