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WorkSource offers a free online tool for employers to post positions and for job seekers to apply to jobs. Services are also available through 60 WorkSource centers and other sites.

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) offers a recruitment tool to all federation members in their search for new employees. NAHB members enjoy a 20% discount off standard rates. Construction Jobs will help you connect with top talent and top employers in the construction industry.

Hiring Veterans

Helmets to Hardhats

Helmets to Hardhats helps military service members transition back into civilian life and maintains a database of over 100,000 former military personnel seeking employment in the construction industry. Employers can post jobs so registered veterans can apply or search resumes to fill open positions.


Learn more about this statewide campaign that recognizes employers who hire veterans. Visit their site to learn how your company can become part of this effort and help those who’ve served. 

Construction Staffing

Madden Industrial Craftsmen

For 25 years, Madden has helped employers meet immediate as well as long-term staffing needs. Madden handles all areas of industrial staffing, including journeyman carpenters, construction laborers, machinists, building maintenance, electricians, industrial laborers, welders, pipe fitters, mechanics, HVAC, project managers and engineers. 


The company offers recruiting and screening of workers and focuses exclusively on the construction industry. Workers include general labor and journeyman tradespeople, such as carpenters, electricians, welders, plumbers, solar installers, and others. 

PeopleReady has a number of categories to meet labor needs, including on-demand, temporary staff, direct hire and temp-to-perm.


Construction Industry Training Council (CITC)

Through this program, employers train and develop a skilled workforce for the construction industry through Washington state approved apprenticeships. Apprentices learn technical skills through formal classroom instruction and receive paid on-the-job training. Employers in the program are approved by CITC to train apprentices that meet state apprenticeship standards. Visit online at to find out more about building your workforce through CITC.

Hiring Teens

Hiring teens is a great way to train the next generation of builders and remodelers. Many teens find construction jobs fit well within their school schedule since most work happens in the summer. To learn more about guidelines for hiring a teen and what is expected of employers, click here »