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The following is a condensed list of our current opportunities:

Logistics Support – Salt Lake City, UT
Staff Accountant – Orlando, FL
Medical Insurance Coordinator – West Valley City, UT
Business Intelligence Analyst – Orlando, FL
Medical Admin – West Valley City, UT

Learn more about all of current positions across the country.

A leading Boise, Idaho area company has partnered with Russ Hadick & Associates to search and qualify candidates for their Equipment Design Engineer position. This 30+ year old company is financially stable and a leader in their industry.

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Think about your personal path to achieving the professional success you have experienced thus far. What attributes or characteristics are you most proud of that got you here? What abilities do you have that allowed you to separate from your peers over the years?

Second question: Is there a chance that those very same characteristics that rewarded you so well are the same characteristics that can hold you back in the future?

Some examples:

You are quite patient and empathetic, and others rely on your guidance and council throughout the day. However, your fear of being unavailable causes you to work late nights and weekends because the days have been spent solving other people’s problems.

You are incredibly detail-oriented and meticulous, and your dedication to perfection has served you well. However, if you aren’t willing to relinquish some control, you will never be able to handle other responsibilities because nobody can do them as well as you.

You are a “do-er” and complete more work throughout the day than some do in several. You don’t have time for small talk, which allows for a high level of efficiency, but true leaders need to build personal relationships and connect on a non-work level with others.

You are a gifted orator and can inspire a crowd, sell to the masses, and have an intrinsic ability to create a path that others will naturally follow. However, you are so comfortable hearing yourself talk that you forget that others may simply need you to listen.

Self Awareness
It is not realistic for a person to be all things to all people, or to be perfect in every facet of life. But sometimes, we sense deep inside that there is something else waiting for us. We just need to be courageous enough to create a little space to discover what it is.

Sometimes, you must release your grip on your current identity in order to allow yourself to transform. You simply cannot be the person you want to be and the person you currently are at the same time.

You have to determine for yourself whether you’re willing to let go of who you are to become the person you want to be.

What holds most back from creating this space is that it will result in change, and most people react to any change with fear. Change shifts our comfort zones, where we find security and stability, so fear is a naturally occurring reaction. Fear gains strength when you focus only on the negative possibilities of a situation or event. The answer is to concentrate on just two or three changes at a time – perhaps only just one! As your new habits embed themselves into your personality and habitual behaviors, you can add additional changes to your routine. This creates a managed process of change.

Letting Go
It is okay to change, grow, and try new things that you will not be as good at as the things you have done for years. The key to freedom is allowing yourself to crack open and evolve.

To begin to impact change, think about what got you here:

  • What has contributed to your success so far?
  • How do you compare with others within your organization or industry in similar roles? What separates you from the average performer?
  • How have your responsibilities changed and evolved as you’ve grown in this past year, as opposed to a year ago?
  • When you are working, what activities make you lose track of time? Why?

Now, where do you want to go?

  • What strengths do you have that can also at times be a weakness?
  • Think of others within your organization or industry you respect; in what ways do you want to be more like them?
  • What are the differences in responsibilities or strengths/skills between yourself and the person you report to? How can you start to take on those responsibilities or learn those strengths?
  • Is there anything in your life that you should walk away from completely?
  • What of your habits are you truly prepared to change?
  • There will be some things you won’t be good at for a while; what are they?
  • What do you finally need to delegate to others?
  • What issues are you prepared to tackle now?

Procrastination

The next question: Why don’t we do it? It’s simple: the rewards of these changes are in the future, when the discomfort and discipline are right here and right now. When there’s an absence of a compelling reason, or drive, you will be a thermostat. You’ll work as hard as necessary to keep the temperature comfortable – and when it reaches that temperature, you’ll turn off until needed again. Discussing change and goals can be inspiring, energizing, and stimulating! Yet it feels tough, awkward, annoying, frightening, and completely unpleasant to discuss the discipline needed to reach those goals. There is no shame in being average or competent if you are unwilling to pay the price of excellence! Simply ask yourself if you are willing to pay that price, and what the price looks like for you.

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– Karen Schmidt

The finance team of an Orlando based company is seeking a Revenue Analyst that will manage the daily activities of the revenue accounting department, ensure compliance with applicable policies and procedures, and review contracts to ensure that revenue is recorded in compliance with GAAP. The Revenue Analyst will interface extensively with the sales, legal, billing, and operations departments.  This individual must be highly motivated with strong technical and organizational skills with the ability to influence cross-functionally.  Other key responsibilities of this opportunity; market analysis, reporting and forecasting, process implementation, internal control design and ad-hoc investigations. The company has been in business for many years and they envision being the world’s leader in their industry. Interested candidates please submit your resume to smikhael@sanfordrose.com

Salary: $48,000.00 – $50,000.00

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Our client, a large, privately held organization in Orlando is seeking a Business Intelligence Analyst to join their Finance team. This is a unique opportunity for you to build an accelerated career in Business Intelligence, Big Data and Analytics. You will be working side by side with some of the very best in the industry, delivering complex intelligence, analytics and reporting solutions.

Attributes:
You have worked with data analysis and data visualization before. You have an analytical mind set and you enjoy problem solving.

  • Design, develop and deliver business intelligence reporting and dashboards
  • Convert ideas and business needs into meaningful report designs and data requirements for BI
  • Perform business analysis and provide business insights and recommendation
  • Partner with team members to understand and develop financial and business solutions
Requirements: 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or a related field
  •  3-5 years of experience in data analysis, modeling & reporting using BI software
  •  Advanced level skills in Qlikview, Tableau, Cognos or similar BI software, Excel (pivot tables, look-ups, advanced formulas, regressions, etc).
Please email your confidential resume to smikhael@sanfordrose.com

Salary: $62,000.00 – $65,000.00

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Immediate opportunity as a Medical Admin in the WVC area.
Great Company & Interesting Work

In this position, you will use your training and Work Experience in a Medical Office, or as a Medical Assistant or Medical Records Pro to launch a career that has a direct impact on patient care – but is not in a hospital or clinical setting.

The ideal background includes the following –

Good understanding of Medical Terminology

Strong phone skills – you’ll be talking to people frequently

Need to be comfortable working with Physicians & Medical Support Staff

Strong focus on the details and an ability to follow-up to get the result you need

You will be the go-to person to coordinate patient related information, documents and files

Experience in Medical Billing/Coding would be helpful as well – but not required

This is a full time position with a well-established employer. They are a ‘promote from within’ company – offering high performers the opportunity to advance!

They are well known to be a positive place to work – with a real investment in their people and the communities they serve!

Pay is $12.00-$16.00 an hour based on experience & interview.

Send your confidential resume to brock@sanfordrose.com for an immediate call!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Peg Newman, Managing Partner of Sanford Rose Associates® – Salt Lake City, Featured in Society for Human Resource Management, Job Candidates and Red Flags: What Do You Do?

Dallas, TX 8/28/2015

By Kathy Gurchiek

What do you do when a candidate takes a cellphone call, trembles uncontrollably or maintains a yoga pose throughout an interview? What warning signs should a hiring manager or HR professional shrug off and what should they consider as red flags when talking to job candidates?

Peg Newman, of executive search firm Sanford Rose Associates in Salt Lake City, recalled a candidate who on paper sounded like an excellent match for a call center opening. His resume made it appear he’d managed a call center. Unfamiliar with that call center, and curious as to why he’d left such an important position, Newman dug deeper for answers during the interview.

Read more: http://www.shrm.org/hrdisciplines/staffingmanagement/articles/pages/job-candidates-red-flags.aspx#sthash.AnnXHJJz.dpuf

This is the ideal opportunity for an entrepreneurial Accountant — all of their employees are encouraged to lean in, participate, and wear many different hats. If you’re an individual that is constantly looking for opportunities to improve and challenge yourself, you would have no issues fitting in with this dynamic group!
 
Position Overview: This is an exciting, all-encompassing accounting position. Our client is looking for a passionate, results-oriented, and outgoing Staff Accountant to join their rapidly growing team. The Staff Accountant must be able to prioritize and multi-task as he/she will be involved with all aspects of accounting.
Responsibilities: 
The Staff Accountant will be responsible for:

  • Processing accounts payable, accounts receivable, GL, and accruals
  • Prepare financial statements (balance sheet, P&L, and cash flow)
  • Assist with special projects as needed

Qualifications: 
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or a related field required
Minimum of 2-3 years accounting experience required
Solid working knowledge of Excel required

Please send your confidential resume to smikhael@sanfordrose.com
 

Salary: $50,000.00 – $55,000.00

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Logistics Department Support

We are seeking qualified candidates for immediate career opportunities with a world leader in transportation services and logistics.
Traffic Control department is responsible to monitor and direct port side activity from live camera/video – Ongoing interaction with port personnel to direct equipment and manpower activities.
Pay at $20/hr.
This company is a well respected and well-known leader in the field and the top pick to build a career in terminal/port operations support in Utah.
They strive to ensure that their size and tremendous network of resources will bring value to customers.

They provide a full spectrum of transportation services including:

Terminal management
Stevedoring/Load planning
Project development management
Equipment procurement
Marketing support
Off-dock yard operations
Feasibility studies

Few transportation service companies in the world extend as far and wide as this company, and they continue to look for new opportunities at ports and intermodal facilities around the world.

This position offers excellent compensation and world class benefits – coupled with on the job training to assure individual success.

Starting compensation is $20/hourly based on interview and you can expect to see increases during the first 6 months based on performance, up to 50K annually.
The company also offers outstanding benefits, including unmatched 401K up to 13% and 100% family paid health benefits.

Must have a strong work history
Career focus
Good Computer & Communication skills
For immediate consideration, please send resume to brock@sanfordrose.com

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Immediate opportunity as a Medical Coordinator in the WVC area.
Great Company & Interesting Work

In this position, you will use your training and Work Experience in a Medical Office, or as a Medical Assistant or Medical Records Pro to launch a career that has a direct impact on patient care – but is not in a hospital or clinical setting.

The ideal background includes the following –

Good understanding of Medical Terminology

Strong phone skills – you’ll be talking to people frequently

Need to be comfortable working with Physicians & Medical Support Staff

Strong focus on the details and an ability to follow-up to get the result you need

You will be the go-to person to coordinate patient related information, documents and files

Experience in Medical Billing/Coding would be helpful as well – but not required

This is a full time position with a well-established employer. They are a ‘promote from within’ company – offering high performers the opportunity to advance!

They are well known to be a positive place to work – with a real investment in their people and the communities they serve!

Pay is $12.00-$16.00 an hour based on experience & interview.

Send your confidential resume to brock@sanfordrose.com for an immediate call!

Learn more about this position.