|Days to Present Placed Candidate||80|
|Days to Placement||108|
|Total Candidates Presented||9|
|Total Candidates Interviewed by Client||8|
|Total Prospects DDI Spoke With||25|
Privately Held National BAS Integrator
Critical Facilities Technician
How long was client searching prior to our involvement?
Did client have internal recruiting resources?
Yes, the organization has a small internal recruitment team.
Why was this a real problem for the client?
The organization is in the process of leveraging its new construction business in the area into a thriving service/retrofit and integration business. To do so, they need to have the right technical field resources to ensure that they can complete this scope of work, due to the differences between new install and service work in the BAS space. They were struggling to find the right individual for this type of role who has not already been picked up by the data centers in the area as data center technicians.
How did this opportunity help the candidate?
The candidate needed to take some medical leave time from the construction/service space. They had been cleared from medical leave to return to the field and were looking for the right culture fit in the area, as they had spent a few years with some of the large OEM’s in the business and did not love the corporate structure that exists within those organizations. They had a few opportunities in front of them with the other OEM’s but they were on the construction side of the business in organizations that are very process- driven. This opportunity is in a department that has a very flat organizational structure and a culture that is very collaborative and lacking in red tape. Based on this, the candidate will be able to focus on service work, which is where they excel, while also working with a team that values people and performance over process and reporting.