I Build NH, Associated Builders & Contractors of NH/VT, and New Hampshire Employment Security are teaming up to offer the first ever virtual construction job fair on Thursday, May 13, 2021 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
The virtual construction-focused career fair was created in response to the continued industry growth and workforce demands in construction and the building trades.
From field and office positions and from entry-level to experienced, there will be many opportunities for individuals to explore a variety of career options and paths in construction and the building trades.
Construction companies hiring in New Hampshire are encouraged to participate. Each business will have a virtual table where they will be able to maximize interaction with interested job seekers via video chat and messaging. To have a virtual table, complete and submit this registration form.
Job seekers can click here to register and view hiring companies.
For more information, please contact Jennifer Landon, Construction Sector Advisor, via email or call 603-496-2678. Click here to learn more about the May 13 job fair.
About I Build NH
I Build NH represents the construction sector of the state through the Sector Partnerships Initiative (SPI). I Build NH represents companies involved in heavy construction like municipal water treatment systems and road building, electric and telecommunication infrastructure, civil engineering, heating/ventilation/air conditioning businesses and more.
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) is a national construction industry trade association representing nearly 21,000 chapter members. Founded on the merit shop philosophy, ABC and its 70 chapters help members develop people, win work and deliver that work safely, ethically, profitably and for the betterment of the communities in which ABC and its members work. ABC’s membership represents all specialties within the U.S. construction industry and consists primarily of firms that perform work in the industrial and commercial sectors.
NH Employment Security (NHES) is a federally funded state agency. In 1933 the State Employment Service was created, first known as the National Reemployment Service. In 1934, the Wagner-Peyser Act passed. In 1935, the Social Security Act passed. Title III and Title IX establish the framework for the states to pass laws setting up unemployment compensation systems. In November of 1935, New Hampshire Unemployment Law became effective. Today NHES has 13 local offices located across the state to provide services to job seekers and employers.