Every two weeks, we highlight one of our amazing recruiters so you can get to know the Morgan Hunter team a little bit better. This week we spoke with the Director of our Administrative and Human Resources Divisions Julie Davis!
What did you do before you were a recruiter with Morgan Hunter?
I was a Loan Officer with James B. Nutter many years ago. It was my first real job out of college and I learned a lot about the importance of having good credit.
Where did you go to college?
The University of Kansas.
What did you earn your bachelor’s degree in and why?
I received a degree in Bachelor’s of Economics. I took my first Econ class my freshman year and my professor taught me how to be very price conscious and I remember studying like crazy for my final compared to my other classes.
What is your favorite ‘90s jam?
U2, Nirvana, and Sting.
What would I find in your refrigerator right now?
Lots of meats and milk for my three hungry boys!
If you won $100 million in the lottery, what would you spend your money on?
I would love to donate a lot of to the Children’s Mercy Cancer Center and hope to cure all childhood cancers.
What would you do if you were given a month sabbatical from work?
I would like to travel to Greece.
If we were to open your snack drawer, what would we find?
Almonds and nutrition bars.
What should employers expect in the 2018 market?
Employers should expect another tight candidate market. Companies need to move fast to secure their top candidate.
What should job seekers know about the 2018 job market?
It is a great time to check out the market… see what your talent is worth and the cool perks companies offer.
If you could provide one tip to job seekers what would it be?
Be sure to know your strengths in the workplace. If you do not, a great book to check out is “StrengthsFinder 2.0” by Tom Rath. It has a quick and easy assessment to find out your top strengths in your job.
If you are a job seeker or employer who would like to get in touch with Julie, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 913-409-1202.