Rick is a proven successful leader both in the civilian and military sectors. He joined Martin & Associates as a professional recruiter with an extensive recruiting and personnel background. After graduating from the University of Texas he went into the Infantry and Adjutant General's Corp serving tours in Germany, Macedonia, South Carolina, Korea and Kuwait. After serving as a Personnel Officer he left the Army with the rank of Captain. Now he is currently a professional recruiter dedicated to helping both his candidates and clients have great success for the future.
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Hope all is well my friend!
I'm the Director if Marketing for a large QSR management group in NYC and until next week the Marketing FohBohist.
I'm heading down to Fort Lauderdale for a few days from the 17th though the 21st and while I'm there I was hoping to try to do some interviews for possible job openings in the Marketing field while there.
I really want to relocate my family to the area and was wondering if you have heard of any buzz or contacts I might be able to reach out to.
Even if you know of any head hunters you could steer me towards that would be helpful.
Thanks friend and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Hey Rick my name is Sarah and iam going to send a copy of my resume and in hopes you can stir me in a good direction in restaurant management. I have over 20 years experience in Restaurant management. Thanks SarahResume.doc
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