Printstaff Announces Appointment Of Mindy Kener As Placement Coordinator In San Francisco
Press release from the issuing company
Boston, MA – June 16, 2005 – PrintStaff, the leading placement firm for temporary help in the graphic arts and printing industry, announces it has appointed Mindy Kener as placement coordinator at the company’s San Francisco office. In this role, Mindy will be responsible for recruiting and screening candidates to ascertain their expertise, placing them into open flexible staffing opportunities, and guiding candidates to develop their skill sets.
Educated at the American College of Jerusalem, Israel and a transplanted New Yorker, Mindy has resided in San Francisco for the past 12 years. Her background includes magazine and newspaper publishing as well as a progressive career in the staffing industry.
Mindy moved to San Francisco and worked as a recruiter at Webster & Associates. There she drove the recruitment process for placing high-tech writers, editors, and web developers, and technical product marketing managers in contract and direct hire positions.
Most recently, Mindy was office manager at the San Francisco-based Law Office of Estrin & Associates. In this role, Mindy managed all aspects of a busy worker’s compensation law office, including calendar for attorneys, appointments for clients, depositions, and training of new employees. At the same time, Mindy was involved in special projects for the Children’s Book Project, a non-profit organization that brings books to children who need them.
“Between Mindy’s experience in recruiting, knowledge of publishing, and expertise in organizing business processes, she will be a welcome addition to our San Francisco office,” remarks David Regan, PrintStaff CEO. “She should be a terrific advocate for our candidates, and have a keen eye to place them in rewarding positions for our client companies.
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