Project Manager Key Bank/ First Niagara Merger (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – March 28, 2018
Work was enjoyable. Management was hands off ut kept us accountable. The hardest part of the job was ther weather in Buffalo. I enjoyed the people. felt sorry fot hose that had to be let go because of the merger.
Consultant (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – May 18, 2017
I have totally enjoyed working for Heitmeyer Consulting. They took my work experience and needs and matched them to a client where I would be a good fit for them, and vice versa. They truly cared about lining up the right people with the right client. They offered benefits, too, which a lot of consulting companies do not do. Their office staff is very responsive. Any time I had a question or needed help with something, they were always available. I enjoyed working for the client, too, and really helped them with their needs. Heitmeyer has a great name in the banking industry. You can't go wrong working for them!
Very responsive, health benefits, 401K, truly care about you
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 18, 2017
Heitmeyer Consulting was refreshing to work with. The recruiter that I worked with was very upfront and honest with me regarding the position, their client and the pay structure. When I had questions for the recruiter, he answered them. He didn't waste my time or make me feel like I was a commodity. Highly recommend working with this group!
A typical day consisted of working split shifts. For example going to a work site at 7am, working until 12pm. Reporting back at 9pm and working until 1am. I was able to set my own schedule to accommodate a 24/7 hour department. It was great! While traveling to the different bank location I was able to meet some of the hardest working managers, and observe their management styles. The hardest part was leaving after staying at some of the locations for as long as 3 to 4 months at a time.
But, I love training, and mentoring. I especially enjoyed watching the staff get excited at what they were learning. When there was a go live date, and the staff was able to function during that account conversion with little or no help from me, then I new I had did what I came for.
i love training. i was in a different city often, and had the opportunity to work with a very diverse group of people.
your working even when your not working. that seems to be the nature of consulting work.