“I serve in the company of Masters of Talent Acquisition.”
There is a small team of genius talent engineers at Wimmer that allow me to contribute in a few small ways. Our responsibilities can be broken into three major sections: sourcing awesomeness, determining greatness, and destroying the red tape that often hinders said awesomeness to get the offer they deserve. The struggle to overcome these obstacles is constant but the rewards are immense when I can help someone find that opportunity that changes their life forever.
So many choices! I love the community in the office where we all pull together to accomplish miracles, like placing a candidate in a very specific role at one of our Fortune 500 clients. I have such a great relationship with our field (out-of-the-office) employees, many of whom have been with the company for years and years. I also really appreciate the trust that leadership gives to each of us to solve our problems and then the support they give for our creative solutions.
A year ago I purchased a large wooden yacht and I spend a great deal of my spare time repairing, updating, and attempting to make ChrisCraft seaworthy. I have never owned a boat before and I have no clue what I am doing but the opportunity to learn is something I wouldn’t give away. Unless you ask nicely.
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