How Is Construction Careers Different From Other Local Employment Sites?

Construction Careers is the only local employment site dedicated to the construction industry. It was created to address the specific labor challenges commercial and residential contractors face when finding skilled workers.


It is also the only local employment site sponsored by Mitchell Technical Institute and endorsed by the Home Builders Association of the Sioux Empire and the AGC of SD Building Chapter. Plus, posting a job on Construction Careers costs less than other local general employment sites.


How Much Does A Construction Careers Post Cost?

Our pricing is very competitive and much less expensive than other local general employment websites. We currently have three pricing tiers, including:


  • Home Ideas TV Sponsors – Unlimited Free Listings
  • HBASE Members – $69/listing
  • Non-HBASE Members – $79/listing


How Do I Register For An Account?

Registering for an account is a quick process that will take less than 30 seconds. Simply hit Post A Job and enter all of the requested company information. After submitting the form you will receive an email confirmation. Then you’ll be ready to post any open positions for your business.


How Do I Post My Job?

Posting open positions is a very easy process. Click on Post A Job and enter in the requested job information such as title, start date, and a detailed description. The job posting will then be created and visible to job seekers.


Where Does Someone Go After Clicking On My Job Posting?

After a person clicks on your job, he or she will be taken to the job position page. Candidates can read more about the position and submit their contact information, cover letter, and resume.


How Do I View Contact Information For Job Seekers Who Have Posted Their Resumes?

After a job seeker applies for one of your open positions, you will be sent an email with that individual’s contact information, cover letter, and resume.


How Can I Create Job Posts That Get Better Responses?

When creating a job posting, be sure to think about what would most interest your ideal employee. Focus on selling the job to them and including as much information as you can so candidates can self-eliminate if they don’t fit the skill set you’re looking for.


What Are Featured Employers?

Some of the area’s most prominent commercial and residential contractors partner with us to find their next great employee. Job postings from featured employers are the first thing users see in search results and have greater visibility to job seekers.


If you’re interested in becoming a featured employer, please contact Jim Lather at