You know the drill. You’ve spent hours and hours applying to online job postings; responding to emails from headhunters; or shouting into the storm of social media—only to not even get a response, let alone a good job. Surehand is focused on changing the old way of finding new work, using advanced search and matching technology to let industrial employers present you with best-fit employment opportunities. Be sure to follow these best practices to ensure that your profile gets maximum visibility with our employer partners.
Team Surehand is pleased to announce the launch of our Skills Marketplace—a searchable online directory of training providers, trade schools, and academic institutions that offer opportunities for you to expand your skills, increase your earning potential, and advance your career in the skilled industrial trades.
When you’re on the job site or in the field, having the best tools for the job makes a hard day’s work that much better. The same is true when it comes to advancing your career in the skilled trades. Here are 5 tips on a better way to resume with Surehand.
We began our quest to answer these questions almost two years ago, when we were tapped by a Silicon Valley incubator to learn more about the industrial inspection industry—NDT, NDE, CGSB, CWI, CWB, API, NACE and others—and the dedicated professionals who work tirelessly to keep us safe.
If you’d told us a couple of years ago that we’d focus our work on transforming how hiring gets done in industrial inspection, we’d probably have looked at you funny and asked, “NDT? Non-destructive testing? Huh? Never heard of it.