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Corporate Recruiters

Our recruiting team helps with recruitment branding, recruitment leadership, and the staffing of our corporate offices, distribution centers, and manufacturing plants.

Marcy Hamrick

Marcy Manager of Talent Acquisition

Duties: Provide leadership to the recruiting team, which helps staff the more than 170,000 positions in our stores, corporate offices, distribution centers, and manufacturing plants.

Started at Publix: 2012

Past lives: Manager of instructional design, senior instructional designer/project manager, manager of leadership and organizational development, education specialist, onboarding coordinator, non-tenure-earning faculty member

Favorites: Spending time with my family, coffee, dark chocolate, laughing

Hobbies: Uno and other games on family game night, watching movies, traveling when possible

Best part of working for Publix: The opportunity to learn and develop.

Best part of my role here: Working with wonderful people who seek ways to serve our customers by finding the best candidates to fulfill our mission with a servant heart.

Tip for job candidates: Stay positive; resist negativity in your job search.

Gina Hunt

Gina Corporate Recruiter

Duties: Create strategies to help staff support positions in our corporate offices.

Started at Publix: 2017

Past lives: Corporate Recruiter, Talent Acquisition Consultant, Human Resources Specialist, Human Resources Representative, Human Resources Assistant

Favorites: Family and friends, beach, mountains, New York City, kickball, and shopping

Hobbies: Fishing, kayaking, hiking, and Netflix

Best part of working for Publix: All of the opportunities for growth and development

Best part of my role here: Working with such great people who are highly engaged and love their jobs!

Tip for job candidates: Do a little research before applying! Understanding more about the company and position helps determine if it is the right job for you.

Mickey Miller

Mickey Corporate Recruiter

Duties: Create strategies to help staff support positions in our corporate offices, warehouses, and manufacturing facilities.

Started at Publix: 2019

Past lives: Corporate Recruiter, Branch Manager 

Favorites: Family, sports, and learning new things

Hobbies: Golf, listening to Bill Simmons’ podcasts

Best part of working for Publix: Being part of a company that truly lives its mission statement.

Best part of my role here: Getting to work with an amazing group of recruiters and talent professionals that all have one common goal of attracting, developing and retaining talent.

Tip for job candidates: Smile when you are on the phone… it comes through to the person on the other end of the line!

Paul Despinosse

Paul Corporate Recruiter

Duties: Create strategies to help staff support positions in our corporate offices with a primary focus on marketing, finance, accounting and business analytics roles.

Started at Publix: 2019

Past lives: Supervisor of Human Resources / Talent Acquisition, Corporate IT Recruiter, Employer Development / Career Placement Specialist, Senior IT Recruiter / Director, Talent Acquisition, Recruiting / Branch Manager

Favorites: Family time, suspense and action thriller movies, Gulf Coast Beaches, outlets and malls

Hobbies: DIY projects, camping, shopping and traveling

Best part of working for Publix: Endless growth opportunities, strong brand recognition, dynamic culture and the ability to work with some of the best professionals in the industry.

Best part of my role here: Ability to enhance the overall candidate’s experience and positively impact the organization with each placement while significantly changing lives along the way.

Tip for job candidates: Interviewing can be nerve-racking for anyone so try to relax and be yourself. Trust in your qualifications and always be prepared to effectively articulate your experience and why you feel you are the right candidate for the role and organization. Remember that first impressions matter in the interview process.