PrintStaff Announces Appointment Of Diane Nolan As Recruiter In Boston Office
Press release from the issuing company
Boston, MA – July 28, 2005 – PrintStaff, the leading placement firm for temporary help in the graphic arts and printing industry, announces it has appointed Diane Nolan as recruiter at the company's Boston office, which also serves as corporate headquarters. In her role, Diane is responsible for developing new sources for finding skilled help and enlisting candidates into PrintStaff's roster of temp employees. Diane will also be responsible for screening employees to ascertain their expertise, placing them into open opportunities, and guiding candidates to develop their skill sets.
Diane, who recently was awarded a BA in Journalism, has been very active in a number of roles and responsibilities while completing her studies at the University of New Hampshire. She spent three years as a receptionist and human resources assistant at Advanced Circuit Technology, maintaining records of hires, and writing and editing department procedures. As a features correspondent for The Salem News, Diane contributed a number of articles on a weekly basis for various papers within the Eagle-Tribune Publishing Company. She has also served as a public relations intern for the AIDS Response Seacoast.
“Diane has demonstrated a strong ability to work professionally with client companies, while understanding the needs of recruits,” comments David Regan, PrintStaff CEO. “She has a tremendous amount of energy, which will serve her well as she finds candidates for printers and graphic arts firms in New England.”
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