Duties: Develop and execute the recruitment strategy for Information Services.
Started at Publix: 2006
Past lives: recruiting manager, HR manager, corporate recruiter, US Army sergeant
Favorites: Antiques Roadshow, The Lee Bros. Southern Cookbook, Missy Higgins, The Cowboy Junkies, Sugarland
Hobbies: Cooking, gardening, antiquing, shell crafting, sea kayaking, fishing
Best part of working for Publix: Enjoying a constant intellectual challenge and being able to exercise my entrepreneurial spirit in a company with more than 144,000 associates.
Best part of my role here: I am trusted and empowered to help build part of our strategical foundation which begins with hiring, promoting, and retaining talent. As a Fortune 100 Company, Publix continually invests in new technology, architecture, infrastructure, and integration platforms. It's exciting to identify talent to join a team that leads many exciting and innovative initiatives to enhance service, quality, and efficiency across all areas of our company.
Tip for job candidates: Never underestimate the power of good business etiquette. It will open doors for you that sometimes even the best education can't. Handwritten thank-you notes are still appreciated!
Duties: Responsible for the full life cycle of entry level positions in IT. Proactively identify and screen candidates that are a potential match for the IT department’s currently open positions and ones that may be open in the future.
Started at Publix: 2009
Past lives: Dog Obedience Trainer, Publix Cashier, Publix Corporate Staffing Admin.
Favorites: Outside activities, Fixer-Upper, playing with puppies, shopping, comics, video games & being a “kid at heart”
Hobbies: Photography, decorating, astronomy, time with family & friends
Best part of working for Publix: There are so many different opportunities at Publix to grow in your career!
Best part of my role here: I have the honor of helping great people find the job they will want to retire with.
Tip for job candidates: Be your BEST self! You want to find a job that you will be happy in for years to come. If you portray an unrealistic version of yourself, you could find yourself on a team that doesn’t match your true personality.