Samantha Streb, Staffing Administrative Manager

SAM_3680What do you do in your position?

I manage the administrative support/office management function of the staffing center.

What year did you start?

2013

 

Where is your job located?

Rochester, NY

What do you like about working here?

I work with great people – not just in our office, but throughout the entire corporation.

What are the best parts of your job?

The people I work with and getting to help others.

Why do you think Oldcastle is a good place to work?

Oldcastle is a good place to work because they are always looking for ways to improve the business, and are open to suggestions from any level.

Sam, second from left, touring the new hockey arena at R.I.T.

How would your coworkers describe you?

Tall, just like Nick.

What are your hobbies outside of work?

Exercising, decorating, planning events and trying new restaurants.

If you would like, tell us about your family.

I have been married for almost 2 years to my husband Jay, who is an architect.

Just for fun, we want to know – what was your first job ever?

Camp Counselor for the Town of Greece.

 

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