What Hiring Managers Look for in a Good Resume
Getting an interview for a job you want can hinge on the quality of your resume. Our recruiting team collected these resume do’s and don’ts from hiring managers at High.
Our Company Wants to Give Back
Joel talks about welding, fabricating, and giving back as a utility operator at High Steel Structures LLC.
Partners for a Sustainable Workforce in Lancaster County
High Vice President of Human Resources Darryl Gordon discusses High’s support for the Lancaster County Career & Technical Center.
Inside My Career Change from Accounting to Operations
A solid foundation of accounting, finance, and economics helps you to understand and communicate how key business decisions impact results.
We Work On 12 to 20 Projects at a Time
Jeff talks about his role as a project manager for High Steel Structures.
Tips for Writing a Thank You Letter After Your Interview
Two little words that mean so much can have a big impact with hiring managers. Make a personal and thoughtful thank you message part of your interview planning and preparation.
Learning is Doing at High Steel University
High Steel University helps young people enter the workforce and sharpens the skills of experienced co-workers.
In Job Training, Relationships Come First
At High Steel University, teaching advanced welding concepts involves textbooks, hands-on training, and building trustworthy relationships between instructors and students.
High’s Health Coach Weighs in on Wellness
Andi Dean offers advice and support to High co-workers and helps them achieve their individual wellness goals.
I found the career I was looking for
Sean is responsible for weld testing and inspections using radiography and ultrasonic techniques. His job is to help assure that High delivers a quality product.
A Pandemic Changes Job Onboarding at High
Getting started in a new job can be both exhilarating and confusing. Add social distancing to the mix and the experience can be even more of a challenge. Here, two recently hired co-workers explain how they handled the COVID-modified onboarding process template at High.
A Big Showing at the Little League Parade
High co-workers show their team spirit by building a float.
It Can Be Easy to Be More Active
Exercise—it pumps some people up and makes others groan. Sometimes it seems overwhelming to fit in, especially through the life changes we’ve all had due to COVID-19. But it is one of the very best ways we can keep ourselves physically and mentally healthy… and it really doesn’t have to be difficult.
From Zero Experience to Managing a Crew
Everything that I know at this point as a supervisor I learned here at High Concrete. Now I manage a crew of roughly 30 people.
Coping During COVID-19
Our mental health affects our ability to enjoy life. It also impacts how we participate in relationships, make our decisions, and handle stress in our personal lives and at work.
Rebuilding America's Infrastructure
We're creating bridges that millions of people drive over every single day. And we're ensuring people's safety.
Changes Day to Day
Different scenarios may require you to do things a little bit differently from time to time.
From Vo-Tech to VP: Reflections on a Welding Career
I have never worked so hard, constantly thinking about new strategies, and what the next move would be to keep the momentum going, getting everyone to pull in the same direction.
There’s a lot of fun to be had at High
I love being able to see from the level that I’m at the projects from sales all the way through till they’re built.
My proudest accomplishment at High
You can do really cool and exciting things with precast concrete. I work primarily on parking garages. We come up with what the architect wants and we produce those designs for the modelers.
What Questions Should You Ask During Your Job Interview?
Twenty minutes into the interview, things are going smoothly. Now come the questions. Not the hiring manager's—yours.
Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Phone Screen Interview
Phone screen interviews are an early step in the hiring process. Learn how to prepare for your phone interview.
How to Prepare for a Job Interview
No activity is more important than the interview when it comes to finding the job that's right for you. Take these steps to help make sure you shine.
A Good Balance
It gives me a good balance between getting out, getting my hands dirty, and also being in the office, crunching numbers, designing things.