What is your role at LJTP?
My role as Sr. Talent Acquisition Consultant has the duty of helping out clients in a variety of ways. A lot of SOP’S, Implementation, and other Human Resource responsibilities are put upon us to make sure the client is up and running before building out their teams. Then, as that process is still constantly ongoing, we are able to work as an RPO Consultant with the help of a sourcer. We are able to source recruit, onboard, and get candidates hired on to the client.
What did you do prior to joining LJTP?
I have a background in Agency and Corporate Talent Acquisition Consulting experience. My years of experience in the field, it has helped me have a greater understanding and appreciation of the model goals at LJTP.
What drew you to LJTP originally? And how has LJTP changed since?
Having known Tim for a number of years, his leadership style really drew me to LJTP. I know what he is capable of at the helm of a ship. LJTP has grown a lot since joining just a couple of short months ago.
What is your favorite part about working at LJTP?
I love the culture, the leadership, and the comradery. Working remote full time will have its pros and cons but everyone I work with on the team has a great deal of respect for one another and are always willing to go the extra mile to help one another.
What is the most challenging part of your job?
In a Covid world right now, building relationships in a variety of ways now that we’re not constantly in front of coworkers and clients. One of our core missions at LJTP is finding unique ways to understand a candidate’s goals and overcoming the new obstacles associated with the success of that.
How has LJTP helped you grow personally and professionally?
It’s great having leaders that have been in the field in a variety of roles that understand the full business scope. I enjoy working with a sourcer full time, being in a team environment, and working as a team to understand client needs.
What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?
Spending time with my family and dogs, and traveling. When they are back, going to sporting events and concerts.