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As Spaceport Leader, Rick Rogers Propels Commercial Space Exploration

Rick Rogers is ambitious and fun, light-hearted but tenacious – qualities that have made the spaceport leader at Merritt Island, Florida, an invaluable resource within RS&H Aerospace & Defense and beyond. Known as much for his people skills as he is for his aerospace acumen, Rick is passionate about space exploration.

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Becoming an Associate at RS&H – Meet Our Recruiters

First impressions mean a lot when going through the interview and hiring process – not only for the person being interviewed, but also for the person conducting the interview. For potential employees, a recruiter is often the first person from that company the individual will interact with. He or she is the face of the company and sets the tone for the entire relationship going forward.

We’re very thankful to have a talented recruiting team that keeps our company culture thriving with new talent and a positive atmosphere. While each member of the team has a unique background, they are all friendly, approachable, and eager to help match the right people to the right opportunities. Read on below to learn more about each of our passionate and hardworking company ambassadors. You can even drop a note via email by clicking on each person’s name.Continue Reading →

Making Your Resume Stand Out from the Stack

A lot has changed in the workplace over the years. But, when it comes to getting a job, most employers are still going to ask you to submit a resume first. An employer may have just a few resumes to review, or a few hundred! In fact, on average, hiring manager and recruiters look at a resume for an average of six seconds before deciding to pass or move forward. With that said, in a stack full of names, it’s important to make yours rise above the rest in order to land an interview. Luckily, by adhering to a few simple guidelines, you can do just that.Continue Reading →

Finding Your First Job at an AEC Firm

As a college graduate, landing your first job is a big to-do. There’s the hassle of filling out redundant application information for multiple companies, the exciting initial phone screenings, and (with any luck) a few in-person interviews.

But the path to a great first position is not traveled by the seat of one’s pants. So how do you ensure that you are hitting the mark when beginning your search?

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