In its latest jobs report, CTP Engineering, an engineering consulting firm with offices in Boston and New York, says it hired a total of 25 new employees in February and added a further two new hires in March.
The firm said it had nearly doubled its hiring in the past year and expects to add more than 1,200 full-time positions to its roster by the end of the year.
Among the new hires is CTP’s senior vice president for global strategic partnerships, Chris Hirschhorn, who joined CTP in May.
He replaces former CTP executive vice president Matthew Hirsch, who left the firm in April.
Hirschhorn will be tasked with building CTP into an agile, high-performance, scalable, and secure consulting firm, which CTP hopes will help it attract and retain the best talent from across the globe.
A CTP spokesperson said the firm had been “working closely” with HR to help the new hire.
Last month, CPT hired a new vice president, who was hired in December.
At the time, HR said the new vice-president would be the first-ever CPT hire, adding that “Hirschhhorn’s experience in managing large-scale projects with large-market companies will be key to our ability to continue delivering on our strategic goals.”