LBMC Strategic Staffing Adds Jeff Otto to Recruiting Team in Chattanooga

Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Pictured:  Jeff Otto
Pictured: Jeff Otto

LBMC Strategic Staffing, LLC, a member of the LBMC Family of Companies, is proud to announce that due to high market demand for recruiting service in Chattanooga,  they have added Jeff Otto to the Chattanooga area.

Mr. Otto comes to LBMC Strategic Staffing, LLC with over 15 years of recruiting experience including most recently director of operations and business development for C.J. Enterprises in Chattanooga. His years of recruiting experience include working with clients from small to large companies in a variety of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, distribution, technology and financial services.

“We are thrilled to have Jeff leading the Chattanooga staffing services, he has a proven track record in third party recruitment and his core value system and consultative approach is a perfect match for us,” says Sherrie Whatton, president of LBMC Strategic Staffing, LLC.

“Jeff has the specialty skill set that enables him to build strong client loyalty in a very short time through being an excellent listener and asking the right questions at the right time, which allows him to make solid matches efficiently.”

Mr. Otto received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing with a minor in Communications from Florida State University. Jeff is a Certified Financial Counselor and is involved with National Association of Government Contractors, Society of Human Resources Management, and Sales and Marketing Executives International Association.

LBMC Strategic Staffing, LLC, is a specialized recruiting firm whose focus is on the placement of Accounting/Financial, Information Technology, Human Resources and Executive Administrative professionals in contract and direct-hire opportunities.  LBMC Strategic Staffing works closely with both the candidates and employers to find the best fit for both parties involved in the hiring process. LBMC Strategic Staffing services the Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga areas.  For more information on LBMC, visit its Web site at www.lbmcstaffing.com.




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