DISYS and Signature Consultants have joined forces to offer a more diversified portfolio of services. This combination will allow us to leverage the offerings and best practices of both firms to better serve you and provide you with additional resources and support. Learn more.
Work at a place where opportunity doesn’t knock. It walks right in.
Hi, I’m Amanda Gainer, Internal Resources Manager. Let me tell you why you should work at Signature. We have 29 offices nationwide, where you can become part of an elite team. Even more than that, you’ll be treated with respect and recognized as an individual. When I started at Signature, I was immediately welcomed as part of the family.
To say that our company’s culture is different is somewhat of an understatement. We have a policy of “friends first.” Socializing with other employees is strongly encouraged. We believe that when you consider your coworkers your friends, you just naturally want to help them out. You’ll be invited to corporate events, tailgates, holiday parties and receive personal invitations from your colleagues.
As far as career growth, there’s no limit to what you can achieve. This is an open environment where you’ll be supported by your peers and allowed to grow in whatever direction inspires you. For example, we’ve got opportunities throughout the United States in our IT talent acquisition department. Jobs like screeners, coordinators, sourcers and recruiters.
So if you value honesty and integrity and have a passion for fitting the right consultant with the right company, you’ll fit right in at Signature. Come see what it’s like to work at a place where the only thing holding you back will be your own inhibitions.
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