Project Management & Analysis

It’s all about finding the right people, especially the hard to find ones.

I’m Kane Smith, a Senior Resource Manager on the National Accounts team at Signature Consultants. My focus is on identifying and placing consultants in the project management and analysis space. Here at Signature, our philosophy is based on relationship building with our consultants, client managers, as well as our internal staff. My key focus and area of expertise lies in the project management and analysis areas.

Many of our consultants in these skill set areas move on to become hiring managers with Signature’s clients. Building a strong, long-term relationship, based on honesty and integrity, with our consultants and candidates usually leads to additional opportunities for Signature further down the road. That’s why we’d never send over just any candidate hoping they’ll be a fit for a given opportunity. We’re very careful and selective in sending over proven Signature resources to clients.

I’m proud to be part of a company who focuses on doing the right thing for our consultants, now and in the future.  Signature provides me with the tools and freedom to go out and truly build long-term relationships with my consultants.

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