Upcoming Career Fairs
|02.04||University of North Dakota||Grand Forks, ND|
|02.04||South Dakota School of Mines & Technology||Rapid City, SD|
|02.05||Purdue Polytechnic Institute||West Lafayette, IN|
|02.06||Washington University||St. Louis, MO|
|02.11||North Dakota State University||Fargo, ND|
|02.11||Iowa State University||Ames, IA|
|02.11||University of Missouri – Columbia||Columbia, MO|
|02.12||North Dakota State University||Fargo, ND|
|02.13||Kansas University||Lawrence, KS|
|02.13||University of Iowa||Iowa City, IA|
|02.18||Missouri University of Science & Technology||Rolla MO|
|02.20||Bismarck State College||Bismarck, ND|
|02.20||Montanta State University||Bozeman, MT|
|02.27||University of Mary||Bismarck, ND|
|03.05||SEMO (Southeast Missouri State)||Cape Girardeau, MO|
|03.05||SIUE (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville)||Edwardsville, IL|
|03.26||Northern State University||Aberdeen, SD|
Meet Our Recruiters
I love getting an opportunity to help people find a company to call “home”. I’ve been with NISC since August of 2011, and I can’t imagine myself working for another company. I appreciate NISC’s dedication to their employees, our culture, and the flexibility I have with my job – and my amazing co-workers! In addition to hiring great talent, I also assist in onboarding new hires for our Missouri office. I know how daunting it can be to start all over at a new company, so I hope to make that transition a little easier for all our new faces! Outside of work you will find me enjoying one of my (too many) hobbies: sewing, cooking, dance, geocaching, or hula hooping. Be warned: Hula hoop dance parties have been known to spring up at times. Not that I am taking any responsibility for those…
For me, recruiting is all about the thrill of making the right connections. While I love finding candidates who will help NISC’s mission, I’m also sincerely interested in ushering candidates toward careers that they will find enjoyable and rewarding for many years to come. Sometimes I feel like my real title should be match-maker! When I am not at NISC, you might find me playing cards, spending time with my eight brothers and sisters or taking a walk with my husband and adorable mini-labradoodle.
I got into recruiting because of a desire to help people find a job they love doing daily. Throughout my four years in recruitment, that desire hasn’t diminished. I am now committed to partnering with managers to meet their needs and fulfill NISC’s vision. When I am not at work, I am usually getting worn out by my beagle-terrier or participating in the latest mud run.
I grew up in rural Wisconsin surrounded by lions and tigers and bears…kidding! Well, about the lions and tigers anyways…In all seriousness, I had no idea what being a recruiter entailed, or that it was a career path I could explore. My passion has always been helping others, which explains why I have generally been given the nickname “mom” in all work, social and prior school settings. My first exposure to a recruiter was in working with one on my initial full-time position after college. Having someone genuinely care about ensuring the position they had available was the best fit for myself as well as the company was a unique experience. I am thankful to say that experience came full circle, and I have been in the recruiting and human resources industry the past few years. Now, I get to share my excitement in helping determine if a candidate is a good cultural fit for NISC and vice versa, while throwing in an occasional bear story here and there.