Focused on Industrial Talent
Provisional’s specialized Commercial division delivers the most qualified industrial and skilled trade employees on demand. Backed by over 20 years of proven quality and safety performance, we provide professional recruiting and staffing programs customized for your industrial work environment.
What is Industrial Staffing?
Industrial staffing encompasses many commercial and industrial industries. Provisional is one of the top industrial staffing agencies in the Inland Northwest because of our proven track record of sourcing the region’s most qualified skilled laborers and industrial workers.
We have over 20 years of experience helping commercial companies hire top talent in these highly sought after roles:
We are confident that we can quickly find qualified commercial worker candidates in any specialty, role or field.
Top Quality Recruitment
Our expert recruiting managers have spent over 20 years sourcing the best industrial and commercial workers in the Western US. We understand the challenges companies face in the industrial sector. High turnover, candidates who cannot pass drug screening, and a shrinking pool of skilled trade workers can make it difficult to keep positions filled.
We’ve perfected the industrial staffing recruitment process with a proven method of attracting candidates who demonstrate mastery in their trade and have reliable work histories and highly developed skills. Our candidates are ready to work and provide meaningful impact to your business.
View our Quality Assurance Guidelines to see the steps Provisional Recruiting takes to find top industrial talent.
Provisional’s specialized office division is committed to bringing value to both of our customers – client companies and candidates! Listed below are many business and career links for office and administrative professionals.
Let our tech division find you quality professionals to meet your specific needs
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) is a process for machining products using a computer program. The machines, typically a lathe or mill, are connected to servomotors that move the part to be machined or cut. The servomotors are controlled by a computer. The computer uses a special program called a G code or M code. The code directs the movement of the work piece and the material to be cut, in a precise way so the rotating tool can cut the work piece into a final shape. (CNC) machinists,
Drafters use software to convert the designs of engineers and architects into technical drawings and plans often using CADD software. They create and store drawings electronically into an automated manufacturing system.
Journeyman Industrial Electrician
Journeyman industrial electricians perform preventive maintenance and upgrades to wiring, conduit and electronic control systems. Industrial electricians work in small spaces and must be able to lift at least 50 pounds to perform their jobs effectively. Most states require journeyman electricians to become licensed with the state before they can legally work. The state electrical contractors licensing board regulates electrician licensing.
Maintenance technicians repair or maintain machines, equipment, electrical, heating or air-conditioning systems. They trouble shoot all electrical problems and provide routine preventative maintenance. A maintenance technician keeps a working log of all maintenance and repairs performed on the machines. Duties include pipe fitting, insulating, boiler making, welding, machining, and repairing electrical or mechanical equipment.
Welders are skilled individuals who use welding tools to join together two different materials. Generally welders join metals such as steel, aluminum or copper together or a variety of polymers and plastics.
Assemblers produce components by assembling parts and subassemblies based on instructions, blueprint specifications, and parts lists. Make alterations to dimensions in order to meet specifications. Keep accurate data of supply inventory and preventative maintenance on equipment.
Electrical Assemblers use blueprints, schematics or written instructions to assemble electrical components. Duties also include fitting or soldering parts together.
Fabricators work with materials designed to create items such as automobiles, appliances, computers and electronic devices. Fabricators work mostly with metal, using welding and soldering to complete the fabrication process. Fabricators install parts, pieces and elements of the designated project, treatment and repair of metal surfaces to ensure safe usage and welding to secure fastening for pieces.
Production workers assemble ship, inspect and test products in manufacturing or production facilities. Their main responsibility is to process a product which includes shipping, assembling, sorting, testing and inspecting. They are expected to meet production goals and standards set by upper level management and quality control.
Quality Control measures products to ensure they meet a set of quality standards and requirements. They plan how often sampling is done and provided to management. They also determine ways to improve standards and ensure that products meet those standards.
Superintendents plan, coordinate, and supervise new construction and remodeling of existing building. They manage schedules and run the day to day operations of construction sites. Superintendents spend their time onsite and manager employees. They oversee quality control and coordinate between subcontractors.
Construction and building inspectors examine buildings, highways and streets, sewer and water systems, dams, bridges, and other structures to ensure they comply with building codes and ordinances. They also inspect electrical; heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration and plumbing systems. During the first phase of construction Inspectors do an initial check and then follow-up inspections throughout the construction project. When the project is finished, they do a final, comprehensive inspection to ensure that new construction, changes, or repairs comply with local and national building codes and ordinances, zoning regulations, and contract specifications.
Engineers design materials, structures, and systems while developing new technological solutions. Their main responsibilities are defining problems, conducting and narrowing research, analyzing criteria, finding and analyzing solutions and making decisions. Engineers spend a large amount of time researching, locating, applying and transferring information because they must weigh different design choices and choose the best solution for their requirements.
Estimators’ projects and controls construction costs by collecting and studying information. They control construction costs. They prepare construction budgets by studying home plans, updating specifications, and projecting costs for each elevation. Obtain bids from vendors and subcontractors and then maintain cost keys and price masters.
Production planner’s main focus is to ensure every item is produced in a timely and efficient manner. Production planners let the team know what needs to be produced and by when in order to meet shipment dates. They make sure the daily schedule is met and that quality products are being produced. They oversee the process from start to finish. Planners act as a liaison between every department, such as sales, engineering, management and production. Planners scheduling all the manufacturing, and participates in sales forecasting, inter-office communication and problem-solving.
Project managers are responsible for the planning, execution and closing of any project relating to construction, aerospace, computer networking, architecture, or software development. Duties include creating clear and attainable objectives, setting project requirements, and managing the time, scope and quality expectations of the project. They do long term scheduling. This person is the liaison between the client and production team. It is the goal of the project manager to ensure the needs of the client are being met and represented. Project managers oversee finance tasks such as labor and material cost control. Project managers typically coordinator between the office and job site
Purchasing Manager/Procurement Manager
Purchasing Managers are responsible for buying or approving the acquisition of goods and services needed by the company. The position includes wide supervisory or managerial responsibilities. A Purchasing Manager oversees the acquisition of materials needed for production, general supplies for offices and facilities, equipment, or construction contracts. A Purchasing Manager often supervises purchasing agents and buyers, but in small companies the Purchasing Manager may also be the purchasing agent or buyer. Purchasing managers often have a strong background deal with commodities.
Forklift operators drive a truck with a hydraulic mechanism to lift and move heavy objects. They manually load and unload materials on or off pallets, perform routine checks on materials and equipment, and record product data onto tags.
Logistics assistants handle a company’s shipping and receiving process. They ensure shelves are stocked, orders are tracked and invoices are filed in a timely and efficient manner. They bargain with manufacturing sales associates on costs.
Logistics managers manage resources, information and good between the consumer and supplier. They plan, implement, and control goods and services to meet the needs of customers. They control the flow of products within a business by managing how products are created, packaged, transported and sold to the public.
Material handlers process parts through a warehouse or yard. Their main duty is to load and unload materials into warehouses, trucks or storage facilities. They check materials into a facility by verifying it against invoices and ensuring it was accurately delivered. They also weigh parts to ensure the right quantity was delivered. They pick parts for shipment and package it according to shipping procedures. They operate pallet jacks and/or forklifts to move goods between shipping and receiving.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk
Shipping and Receiving Clerks handle a company’s distribution. They prepare products to be shipped or received. They ensure orders are tracked and shelves are stocked. They unload and load merchandise on to deliver trucks. They report damage claims on damaged products.
Warehouse managers keep track of all items coming in and out of a warehouse. They are responsible for keeping a detailed record of inventory in the warehouse while purchasing the best product for the best price. They must operate within cost percentage guidelines. The warehouse manager keeps track of the loading dock and knows where the company’s fleets of vehicles are going. They hire, train, manager, and fire warehouse employees.