Archive for June, 2013

Company hires for Atlanta manager jobs

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

One company is stepping forward and claiming an HR role to hire several for Atlanta manager jobs.

HBF, a hospitality company that manages about 30 restaurants at Atlanta’s Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, is reportedly hiring more than 200 new employees.

The employees will all be hired by July.

HBF announced that it will hold a job fair Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Atlanta Marriott Century Center.

The company is hiring for numerous positions, including cashiers, servers, food preparation workers, bartenders and managers.

They ask that people who attend the job fair bring a resume. Professional dress is always preferred during interviews.

The company will be recruiting for Chick-fil-a, Varasano’s Pizzeria & Great Wraps at the Atlanta Airport (ATL). This event will be held on Monday June 24, 2013 & Tuesday June 25, 2013 from 10am- 3:00pm at the Atlanta Marriot Century Center Hotel – 2000 Century Blvd NE Atlanta, GA 30345. You must have a resume to be interviewed.

CFOs are hiring for Atlanta professional jobs

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

Good news for job seekers – a new survey from Robert Half shows that CFOs are hiring for Atlanta professional jobs.

Twelve percent of chief financial officers (CFOs) in the Atlanta area expect to add new professional-level positions in the third quarter, according to the Atlanta Professional Employment Forecast from Robert Half.

Thirteen percent of respondents will not be hiring, even to fill an open position, and 3 percent plan to reduce staff levels. Another 72 percent said they will hire for roles that open during the next three months.

Nearly nine in 10 (89 percent) CFOs expressed confidence in their company’s growth potential for the quarter, with 42 percent of respondents saying they are very confident.

“Hiring managers are facing competition to secure the best candidates for in-demand positions,” said Andy Decker, senior regional vice president for Robert Half in Atlanta. “Top performers are receiving multiple job offers and counteroffers, so companies should provide competitive compensation and benefits packages or risk losing out on the hire.”

CFOs were asked, “What are your company’s hiring plans for full-time professional-level employees in the third quarter?”

Company hires for executive jobs in Atlanta

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

Expansion and growth is leading to more executive jobs in Atlanta.

Numerex Corp., a provider of on-demand and interactive machine-to-machine (M2M) enterprise solutions, has hired three people for various jobs.

“Numerex continues to grow and expand its M2M business organically and through acquisition, which requires us to continuously manage our resources – both human and financial – to create the efficiencies necessary to deliver best-in-class innovative products, services, and support,” stated Stratton Nicolaides, chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Numerex.

“Along those lines, we have strengthened our executive ranks and re-aligned our organization, accordingly. Alan Catherall, our Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for over 10 years, will assume responsibilities for the critical role of Executive Vice-President of Corporate Development and will continue to support the Company in several other key areas. We are fortunate to be able to leverage his considerable financial experience and extensive knowledge of Numerex’s business operations and the M2M industry.”

“Numerex continues to grow and expand its M2M business organically and through acquisition, which requires us to continuously manage our resources – both human and financial – to create the efficiencies necessary to deliver best-in-class innovative products, services, and support,” stated Stratton Nicolaides, chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Numerex.

“Along those lines, we have strengthened our executive ranks and re-aligned our organization, accordingly. Alan Catherall, our Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for over 10 years, will assume responsibilities for the critical role of Executive Vice-President of Corporate Development and will continue to support the Company in several other key areas. We are fortunate to be able to leverage his considerable financial experience and extensive knowledge of Numerex’s business operations and the M2M industry.”

“Numerex continues to grow and expand its M2M business organically and through acquisition, which requires us to continuously manage our resources – both human and financial – to create the efficiencies necessary to deliver best-in-class innovative products, services, and support,” stated Stratton Nicolaides, chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Numerex.

“Along those lines, we have strengthened our executive ranks and re-aligned our organization, accordingly. Alan Catherall, our Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for over 10 years, will assume responsibilities for the critical role of Executive Vice-President of Corporate Development and will continue to support the Company in several other key areas. We are fortunate to be able to leverage his considerable financial experience and extensive knowledge of Numerex’s business operations and the M2M industry.”

“Also, we are pleased to introduce and welcome aboard Richard (Rick) Flynt, who has been appointed as our CFO. Rick has extensive and diversified financial experience and an impressive track record of success with technology growth companies like Numerex.”

Flynt assumes responsibility for Numerex’s global finance and accounting activities and will report to the company’s CEO. Rick joins Numerex most recently from Immucor Inc. where he served as its CFO. Immucor was formerly listed on NASDAQ before the sale of the company. He joined Immucor in December 2007.

Nicolaides added, “We are pleased to welcome aboard Scott Wiley as Senior Vice-President of Products and Programs. Scott has deep domain knowledge and expertise in areas of managed services, particularly in security and healthcare, and will be a key contributor to our long-term products and solutions strategy.”

Catherall will be responsible for identifying new merger and acquisition opportunities as well as new strategic partners. He will also continue to be responsible for Numerex’s administrative, human resources and legal functions.