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Category: Interview

Interviews can often feel like the most daunting part of a job search, but they don’t have to be. At Resource Erectors, we’ve compiled years of insight and expert advice to help you transform from a candidate to the top choice for your dream job. As we venture into 2024, let’s revisit some timeless tips […]

A JOB CANDIDATE sits across from two INTERVIEWERS. INTERVIEWER 1:  “Thank you for coming in today. We’re excited to learn more about you and your qualifications for the Mining Engineer position.” CANDIDATE “Thank you for having me. I’m excited to learn more about the role and the company.” INTERVIEWER 2 “Let’s start with the basics. […]

  Evolving Interview and Recruiting Strategies for a Modern Industrial Workforce With decades of experience in heavy industry, we know all too well that finding the right candidates for professional-level roles in mining or construction is a nuanced and evolving challenge. In today’s fast-paced and technology-driven world, it’s not just about finding someone with the […]

  Hiring managers in the heavy industry, listen up! We’ve all been in this frustrating situation at one time or another.  You’ve got a highly qualified candidate in your sights. They’ve aced their interviews and cleared all the screening hurdles.  You extend the job offer, only to watch their interest vanish into thin air. More […]

Finding the right candidate for available positions at your mining or construction company is an ongoing challenge.

Most hiring managers have been there: you have a highly qualified candidate that you’ve been actively pursuing for an open position. They’ve been in for an interview or two and passed several levels of screening. Then, when the time comes to fill that open position, you offer them the job–only to discover that their interest […]

It can be discouraging looking for a new job in the mining industry as an older worker. Throughout the mining industry, many companies are seeking to hire younger employees in the hopes they can groom them into employees who will stay with the company for 20 years or more.

No matter how much engineering experience you may have, going into an interview can always seem a bit intimidating. It’s easy to be short spoken when you’re nervous. But if you don’t speak up about your knowledge and experience in the field, you’ll end up short selling yourself to a potential employer. With a bit […]