Jeannine’s role within Nenni has grown from research analyst to someone who helps the company as a whole and the individual teams with overall efficiency with fresh organizational ideas. While still involved with candidate sourcing for our clients, she has also undertaken the responsibilities of our internal hiring needs and outreach efforts.
Jeannine started with Nenni in the fall of 2016, bringing with her a wealth of experience in performing searches for, interviewing, and onboarding new employees, as well as conducting personnel evaluations and implementing disciplinary procedures. She has experience working with federal, state and local government policies and procedures as well as construction risk management, industrial safety and homeland security.
Jeannine holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, two masters degrees in special education, a masters degree in industrial safety, and a graduate certificate in homeland security. She stays active caring for her children and supporting them in their numerous activities.
“Appreciate your compassion – although we haven’t met, there have been search professionals I have worked with over the years – but none as genuine and kind as you.”
~ Chris, VP Business Development
“Jeannine, I just wanted to reach out and thank you. You originally called about another position that was not appealing to me, but then you brought another opportunity based on my past estimating experience. If you weren’t aware of other client needs and able to match my experience, I would not have the opportunity in my new role as I do now. It was well done by you and shows why you are good at your job.”
~Ryan L., Mechanical Estimator
“Jeannine, First I need to thank you so much. You don’t know me and I don’t know you but you were willing to give me some great advice when you could have just deleted my email.
I spent all day updating my resume per your instructions. I’m sure it does nothing in terms of you being able to help me land my next career but I’m hoping that the feedback you give this time, if any, is better.
The real point of this email is to say thank you.”
~Tad E, Administator