- Chicago US-IL
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To obtain a recruiting position that enables me to demonstrate my hardworking dedication to the job and to convey a very approachable attitude that allows for blended ideas that streamline teamwork.
Integrity, honestly, trustworthiness, and ethics.
Self-motivation, self-reliance, drive and the ability to take initiative.
Maturity, responsibility, stability and dependability.
Intelligence, curiosity, inquisitive and a willingness to learn.
Compassion, kindness, sensitivity and empathy.
Member of SHRM and Participant of SIUE student Chapter
Sigma Alpha Pi - National Honors Society of Leadership and Success
Dean's List 2010, 2011 at SIUE
ISTJ - Introvert, Sensing, Thinking, Judging Personality
ISTJs are independent, logical, practical, and responsible. They are typically focused on the present, with an appreciation for the facts of a situation and excellent attention to detail. ISTJs respect tradition and order, and are extremely loyal to those who matter to them. They are dedicated to following the rules and fulfilling their obligations, and expect others to do the same.
ISTJs absorb facts and data with a thoroughness and ease, often retaining an impressive amount of information. They trust experience, drawing upon knowledge gained from past experiences to understand the world and how it works. ISTJs are realistic and practical, often reluctant to experiment with new ideas or methods until they’ve determined that there is solid evidence that the change will be beneficial.
ISTJs favor objective and logical analysis, and typically seek to organize their lives and others accordingly. After a careful internal consideration of the facts, ISTJs often act decisively and methodically to complete the task at hand. They will work hard to complete a project, as long as they believe its purpose is logical and useful.
At work, ISTJs are dependable and meticulous. ISTJs take deadlines and specifications very seriously, and work independently and systematically to complete the tasks they are given. ISTJs value a stable work environment with clear expectations and few surprises. They are at their best when they can create detailed plans of action and follow them with little deviation.
Although ISTJs may like to do quite a bit of their work independently, they often appreciate the value of participating on a team as well, especially if their colleagues are reasonable and businesslike and there is a clear hierarchy so that they know who is in charge.
An ideal job for an ISTJ allows them to solve logical problems in an orderly way. An ideal work environment for an ISTJ is quiet, organized, and structured, with rules and regulations that are well established and clearly adhered to by all.
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