Recruiters who care about what you want
It is difficult to find the time to look for a job especially if you go it alone. Working with a Concero Industrial Group recruiter makes everything easier.
From the top floor to the shop floor, our team can find the people with the industrial and engineering know-how you need. Before we send you any resumes, our recruiters handpick the best candidates.
Offering all levels of contract, contract-to-hire and direct hire positions in engineering and manufacturing across the greater St. Louis region.
Our recruitment team has more than two decades of experience in industry, so we understand the needs of engineering firms, manufacturers and heavy and light industry. We take our profession seriously, but we also enjoy life outside the office.
WE MAKE THE CONNECTIONS SO YOU CAN PUT YOUR SKILLS TO WORK
Concero Industrial Group is a St. Louis based recruitment firm that connects businesses with industrial and engineering professionals. From the top floor to the shop floor, we are focused on finding candidates with the skills, work ethic and sense of ownership that powers industry.
PROACTIVE CONNECTED RESPONSIVE SELECTIVE
WE ARE YOUR ADVOCATE
Here’s a little reassurance from our consultants
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We study the market closely, so we can better serve our consultants and clients with engineering, industrial and manufacturing job positions.
Our team has more than two decades of experience in the industrial market working with manufacturers, systems integrators, distributors and engineering firms. We are skilled at finding the right people for the job. Here are some local market facts:
- In the St. Louis market, more than 50 percent of employers report a shortage of workers with knowledge and skills is a significant barrier. 50% 50%
- For almost 60 percent of the employers who need them, finding skilled tradespeople is a big problem. 60% 60%
- The St. Louis workforce is aging. Workers 55 and older now account for more than 22 percent of the labor market. A decade ago, they represented just 15 percent. 22% 22%
- According to the National Skills Coalition, Missouri’s middle-skill jobs will account for 48 percent of job openings between 2014 and 2024. Middle-skill jobs are open to people with a variety of credentials ranging from formal degrees to certifications and apprenticeships. 48% 48%
State of St. Louis Workforce 2017 (STLCC.edu/STLworkforce)
OUR VERY SATISFIED CLIENTS
WE DO THE HEAVY LIFTING
— Mike, VP of Global IT Operations, Insurance
— Don, IT General Manager, Manufacturing Industry
— Mitch, Program Manager, Software Development Industry