Pros: not micro-managed
Cons: lack of like work balance
•Recruited specific job openings, recruiting qualified contractors.
•Generated new business by cold calling on sales leads and growing market share within existing accounts.
•Negotiated client bill rates and contractor’s salaries.
•Focused recruiting efforts were on Telecommunications/IT and Solar Engineering.
•Promoted to Operations Manager after 3 months as Account Manager in San Diego
•Responsible for all client contracts and terms, billing and aging reports
•Reviewed all requisitions that came from the Sales team, confirming that all data is imputed into Tempware (company database) and eEmpact were complete
•Produced weekly reports on office production, tracked open orders, submittals and results.
•Responsible for team development on set goals of sales development.
•Weekly client onsite visits performed safety checks prior to start date for safety standards and reporting
•Tracked all Workers Comp claims, T3 had zero calms in 2011 and only 1 in 2010 with 65 contractors in the field across the West Coast
Learned how to process payroll, collection calls, answer RFP's. Enjoyed meeting people and placing people in the job market place.