Project focused technical recruitment specialists across the Construction, Engineering, Rail, Power and Telecoms sectors.
Are you looking for a new construction job in Toronto? We can help!
Since 2006 Navartis has been a leading white collar technical recruitment business focused on supporting consultancies, contractors, infrastructure owners and operators to deliver major construction projects. We supply construction projects throughout Canada with the best talent in the industry.
Working globally with the largest construction businesses, we are ideally positioned to work with talented professionals and secure the market's leading opportunities. With a reputation for being experts in the sectors that we operate, we are also renowned for consistently delivering the right opportunities to our candidates, working proactively in order to give our candidates the edge in a competitive marketplace.
What are the typical construction projects that we supply?
Typical construction project work supplied include, but not limited to:
Residential (Private and social housing)
Commercial & Mixed Use
Fit out and interiors
Hotel & Leisure
Want to find out more about our recruitment services?
We are always pushing boundaries to improve our services to our clients and candidates. So taking pride in what we do is ranked extremely high.
Find out more about the services we can provide for you.
Looking for a new job in Toronto?
If you are currently searching for your next permanent or contract role within the Toronto area, we can help! Get in touch with our expert team who will be able to discuss your requirement for your next role in more detail.
Intermediate Structural Engineer
$75k - 85k per year
$90k - 115k per year
Structural Drafter/BIM Modeler
$65k - 75k per year
Senior Electrical Engineer
$100k - 120k per year
$105k - 120k per year
$70k - 85k per year
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