Each and every day new job seekers come into our office and meet with our recruiters. They may have applied online, been referred to us from an existing employee or met us at a job fair.

The candidates listed below are the best and brightest of the individuals we met this month. If you or someone you know might be interested in drafting one of these All-Stars for job placement on your team please contact our office at 301-565-0445.

Caroline Stroud. Caroline is an absolute pleasure to speak or work with. She brings a strong positive attitude, an abundance of positive energy, and she is extremely professional. She has worked for over four years with the National Institutes of Health as a Policies and Evaluations Liaison, and as a result of this experience, she is capable of functioning at a high organizational level with high ranking officials. She is an excellent communicator and she is organized, allowing her to relay important information to multiple individuals or departments efficiently. Additionally, she has experience in the Project Coordinator position where she oversaw operations of engineering projects and monitored the status. Caroline is capable of performing administrative duties, management responsibilities, and will be a key component in organizing any office or department.

Mason Leonard. Mason is a young professional seeking the opportunity to start a long and healthy career. He recently graduated from The University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Environmental Geology. He is motivated to start something that will truly bring him success and he is seeking the chance to excel in the Geology or Administration field. Mason will easily be able to adapt to any work environment as he is mild mannered, well spoken, professional, coachable, and open to learning!

Brian Vetock. Brian is a prime example of a personable candidate and he thrives in a face-to-face position, whether that role is interacting with clients, customers, or teammates. He is energetic, team-oriented, and adapts well to any team dynamic or professional environment. While he has a number of years of experience as a Program Analyst with NIH, he is seeking advancement in his next career opportunity. He has found success in his role as a Program Analyst and has built great relationships, but he is seeking the next step in his career or a management position. He is detailed oriented and makes a concerted effort to incorporate all team members in his planning and communication through consistently providing transparent and comprehensive information. He has excellent communication skills that he has cultivated throughout his work experience and his studies at Virginia Commonwealth University. Brian possesses the skills necessary to manage and train other teammates, as well as improve the overall atmosphere.