Hometown: El Paso, TX
Finding the right person for the right opportunity for the right reasons equals long-term success.
I moved my family to Arizona in 2008 and was fortunate to land a job as a dispatcher in a busy day labor office. While sending employees out to do a variety of construction and manufacturing jobs, I found that I had a genuine knack and passion for putting people to work. I developed my skills from there and learned the value of truly understanding a candidate’s background and personal work ethic, and then matching those components to a client with comparable needs. This resulted in a promotion to work on higher skilled jobs and more challenging recruiting assignments.
In 2010, I was given the opportunity to work with a professional Recruitment & Staffing firm: Job Brokers (a subsidiary of TruPath). Throughout my years with TruPath, I have been privileged to work with and learn from some of the most innovative, progressive and genuinely talented individuals in our industry. As a result, my skills have developed even further, and I have enjoyed tremendous success filling positions of all types and levels for our clients in various industries.
TruPath focuses on the importance of going the extra mile to assure that the motivations, personality and attitude of potential candidates synergize with the culture, environment, mission and goals of our clients. Taking the time to gain a genuine understanding of a client’s organization and a candidate’s true values and objectives is paramount. This is the cornerstone of TruPath.
“Building trust between both candidates and clients is paramount in this industry. We do a lot of communication online and over the phone, and trust plays a major role in those initial steps of the working relationship.”
“Keeping our clients best interest in mind is important. At the end of the day it is important to keep in mind the reason they have hired us, to find the best quality candidates quickly and to make the process as seamless as possible on their end.”
“Honesty and transparency. Offering as much information as possible, really painting a picture for candidates and clients when communicating and not keeping important factors under wraps are all critical steps in building trust and long term relationships.”
“Adaptability, constant growth and change, staying away from complacency, cutting edge technology, training and practices are what comes to mind here. I am a firm believer in utilizing all of these practices in order to stay up to date, fresh and at the top of our game in this industry.”
“Overall production is a direct reflection of a positive team environment. An environment where everyone feels like a solid, productive and important member of the team is invaluable and requires effort to establish and maintain. We have all worked in a situation where the environment felt hostile or cut throat and that usually leads to negative attitudes and the feeling of dread when coming in to work which leads to poor production. And of course, once that negativity comes in to play, it can be very difficult to overcome.”