I grew up on a cattle farm in Northwest Missouri and moved to Kansas City in 2009. I graduated college from the University of Central Missouri. I was raised to have a strong work ethic, help others out, and be honest. I am a sports junkie who likes to set professional and personal goals. I am married with 3 dogs.
Why I love recruiting...
I have a strong passion for helping people achieve their personal and professional goals. I will be honest and thorough during the hiring process. My objective is for every candidate I work with will have a positive and successful experience.
When I'm not working, I love to...
Collect bobbleheads, read non-fiction books, work out, go boating, and watch sports.
I had the opportunity to meet with Brian Hodge at the TriCom office. He was very professional, very courteous and took the time to listen thoroughly to my situation regarding my job search. He asked reflective questions to ensure he understood the specifics of my job search and what I was communicating to him.
This was very helpful.
He did a great job. He represents TriCom very well!
Brian is a wonderful recruiter. He contacted me on phone and skype to interview me and submit my profile to the client. we had a great chat. He explained me all about the company. he clearly explained the job description and the expectations of the company. He asked me questions based on the job description. over all, it went great!!
Brian reached out to me while I was on vacation regarding a new career opportunity. I called Brian back and left a message to when I would return. Brian was excellent and patience and we did finally get the ball rolling and I hope to get an interview soon with the client.
I am looking for an opportunity to help keep organizations secure in the face of new risks and Brian contacted me about an opportunity that would allow me to do such.
I had an initial interview with Brian and one of the things I appreciated the most was that Brian was sincere when telling me what I can and cannot bring to the organization instead of just saying, "we will get back to you" and not letting me know if I am a real candidate and I am being considered to the position.
I've dealt with a number of recruiters and most of them already know right after the interview that I am or not a good fit for the position, yet they leave me wondering, "am I being considered, should I continue pursuing other opportunities?"
Congratulations, Brian. I appreciate your honesty. Keep up the good work.