Local Hiring

Beatty Development Group, working in conjunction with the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, and the Living Classrooms Foundation, has developed a comprehensive local hiring plan that ensures that Baltimore City residents have maximum opportunities to obtain employment related to Harbor Point projects. The hiring plan also incorporates inclusion strategies that ensure that Baltimore City-area MBE/WME firms have every opportunity to participate in the project.

 

Candidates:

 

For information about employment on Wills Wharf/Harbor Point projects, please submit your questions and/or resume.

 

Contractors:

 

The Living Classrooms Foundation is available to assist with your recruitment needs on the Wills Wharf project. The Living Classrooms Foundation has a large pool of skilled and unskilled Baltimore City residents who are ready to work for you. Most of these candidates have participated in workforce development training to better prepare them for the opportunities that you may offer. All candidates go through a pre-screening process where their qualifications, interests, and availability are measured to ensure the best fit before being sent to contractors for consideration.

 

Contact Us to learn more about getting help with your recruitment needs for Wills Wharf.

Committed to Local Hiring

Baltimore is our home. Throughout the development of Harbor Point, we have continued to pursue initiatives that create job opportunities for city residents and improve the quality of life for the people involved in the project. Beatty Development Group has met or exceeded local hiring goals for our most recent projects, in addition to spending millions of dollars with local MBE/WBE firms.

1405 Point

$28 million spent with local Baltimore City-certified M/WBE firms.

Hiring Objectives
Goal
Actual
Workers were Baltimore City residents 20% 23%
New hires were Baltimore City residents 51% 57%

Exelon Building

$60 million spent with local Baltimore City-certified M/WBE firms.

Hiring Objectives
Goal
Actual
Workers were Baltimore City residents 20% 29%
New hires were Baltimore City residents 51% 58%

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