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Frank Battaglia, Corporate Recruiter

frankbWhat do you do in your position?  I am a recruiter for the Materials Division of Oldcastle.

When did you join Oldcastle? November, 2016

Where is your job located?  Rochester, NY

What do you like about working here? So far, I’ve most enjoyed the people and the fast-paced environment.  Everyone is down-to-earth and has been really supportive in answering all of my questions and making me feel at home.

What are the best parts of your job? What I’ve liked most about my role is the variety.  Coming from an agency setting, I was recruiting for, in general, one specific background/skill set.  Here at Oldcastle, I’ve already sourced and recruited for IT Business Analysts, Public Relations Specialists and Accounting professionals. This type of variety definitely keeps you on your toes, which I enjoy.

What would co-workers say about you? My co-workers would probably say that I laugh at almost anything and always put in an honest effort.

 What was your first job ever? My first ever job was a Floor Associate at Target.  It wasn’t glamorous, but helped keep some money in my pocket between high school & college when Mom & Dad decided I was old enough to earn my own keep.

Do you have any fun or interesting work stories? I haven’t been here quite long enough to have any interesting on-the-job stories, but while working at Rite-Aid during a Summer in College, I was involved in a case of mistaken identity.  We had an employee let go by our manager, and, a few days later, the employee’s dad came storming into the store screaming at me and literally tried to jump across the counter that I was standing at.  Our actual manager heard the commotion and had me run back to the stock room and close the door.  It turns out the dad mistook me for the Manager. Long story short, about 15-20 minutes later, the manager came back and told me it was safe to come back out.  I don’t think the police were involved because our manager was a big guy, but needless to say, the father was no longer there when I came back to the front.

What do you do outside of work? I’ve played soccer my whole life and continue to do so, both indoor during the Winter months and outdoor the rest of the year.  I’ve completed a handful of half marathons, and, at some point, would like to run a full marathon here in the area, and eventually the Boston and/or NYC Marathons.

 Would you like to share anything about your family?  My immediate family is here in Rochester, and I have one younger brother.  Don’t ask me if I know any other Battaglia’s because oddly enough, almost none of that side of my family resides in Rochester, and, as a result, it’s either been a long time since seeing them or I just haven’t met many of them.  Almost everywhere I go, someone asks if I know a Battaglia, and I tell them this short story (don’t worry, I’m not mad if you’ve asked me that question).

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Frank,  Comedian/Actor David Koechner and Frank’s brother

 

 What is your LinkedIn URL?  Click here to see my profile. 

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Oldcastle is North America’s largest manufacturer of building products and materials. With more than 2,000 locations throughout North America, we are in constant pursuit of the next generation of successful decision makers, leaders and problem solvers. Learn more about joining the Oldcastle team HERE.

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Matt Kaul, Corporate Recruiter

mattkaulWhat do you do in your position?
I am a Corporate Recruiter for Oldcastle.  This position requires me to post new job opportunities on our company website as well as a number of external job boards.  I review all candidate resumes submitted, and select the best talent for phone interviews.  I then conduct interviews and forward top performers to Hiring Managers at Oldcastle facilities all over the United States.

When did you join Oldcastle? I started late October, 2016

Where is your job located? I work at the Oldcastle Recruiting Center in Rochester, NY.

What do you like about working here?  First and foremost, it’s the people.  My coworkers are a wonderful group of talented people who work together and are willing to help one another.  As a “new guy,” it has been great to feel welcome and to have a tremendous amount of experience to lean on as I get acclimated to my new role.  Our leaders, Chris and Corey, have truly done a great job building a strong team.

What are the best parts of your job? I think the best part of the job is being in a position to help people earn gainful employment with a great company.  As a recruiter, I take pride in helping others find job opportunities and a means to support themselves and their families.

 

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The “new guys” at The Recruiting Center

What would co-workers say about you?
I think my coworkers would say that I am fun to be around and easy to talk to.

What was your first job ever?
My first job was caddying at a local golf course.   

Do you have any fun or interesting work stories? I have many, but probably nothing that can be shared publicly.

What do you do outside of work? I love spending time with my wife, my family and friends.  I play a lot of golf, enjoy traveling, cooking, watching sports (especially football), taking our dog out for walks, spending time at the lake with my wife’s family and hanging out with my buddies.matt-cliffs-of-moher

Visiting the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland

Would you like to share anything about your family? My wife and I are expecting our first child this month.  Very exciting times!

Can you spot Matt in our Mannequin Challenge video?

What is your LinkedIn URL? https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-kaul-11468848

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Oldcastle is North America’s largest manufacturer of building products and materials. With more than 2,000 locations throughout North America, we are in constant pursuit of the next generation of successful decision makers, leaders and problem solvers. Learn more about joining the Oldcastle team HERE.

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6 Strategies To Cope With Post Holiday Blues

Empty road to upcoming 2017 against the big cloudsThe first week back to work after the holidays can be rough. The next vacation or holiday feel a million miles away. So, what can you do to make things more pleasant?

1) Ease back into your routine

The months before the holidays are usually a flurry of activity. Getting back into the grind of working feels somewhat ‘off’. Don’t pressure yourself to be perfectly back on schedule. Give yourself a few weeks to get back into the swing of things.

2) Resolve to not resolve

January brings with it societal/personal pressure to make and keep New Year’s resolutions. Certainly, getting fit, losing weight, saving money, etc. are admirable goals. The problem is – 71% of people fall off the New Year’s Resolution wagon the first two weeks. Cut yourself some slack and don’t try to do everything at once. You aren’t going to go from binging on Christmas cookies for weeks to being satisfied with just carrots. Set goals, but start small. For instance, “this week I will bring fresh fruit as a snack instead of going to the vending machine every afternoon.”

3) Create a “look forward to” date

Having something on the calendar to anticipate can really help on those days when you’re dragging. Think about the last time you planned a vacation. Half the fun isn’t the vacation itself – it’s the time planning, talking about it and reminiscing after. Your event doesn’t have to break the bank either. Sign up for a cooking class, buy tickets to a concert or sporting event, make a reservation for a new restaurant, etc. Pick something fun and meaningful to you.

4) Perception is everything

For most of the country, the weather is cold, gloomy and dark. Going to work and driving home in the dark can take a toll. However, it’s all in the way you look at it. December 21st (the first day of Winter) was the shortest day of the year. We actually gain sunlight from that day forward. Counting down until Spring is a start to putting the reality into perspective. Try this countdown calculator. Use it to count down until Spring and/or the next fun thing you have planned.

5) Commit to self care

You’ve heard it before, but it bears repeating. Proper sleep and a good diet make a world of difference in your mood. Stop surfing the web and checking your phone an hour before bedtime. Disconnect, relax and make time to wind down at the end of every day. Even going to be 15 minutes earlier can make a difference.

6) Wallowing allowed (in moderation)

There are plenty of perky self-help articles that encourage embracing everything about the new year and a fresh start. However, if you’re feeling guilty about being blue, reading those essays can make you feel even worse. It’s OK to not jump for joy about being back to work after the holidays. Those feelings are normal. All you need are the strategies to get back into the work groove. If you continue to feel down after a few weeks, you may want to talk to someone. For most people though, you can make minor adjustments in your life to get past this.

A version of this post, by our Social Media Specialist, also appears on LinkedIn.

Looking for more job search advice?
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A version of this post, by our Social Media Specialist, also appears on LinkedIn.

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Suriel Lopez, Operations Recruiter, APG

surielWhat do you do in your position? I am an Operations Recruiter with the Architectural Products Group (APG) of Oldcastle.  I recruit for non-exempt level positions for the four groups that I support (Anchor, Jewell, Coastal and Adams).

When did you join Oldcastle? August 2016

Where is your job located?  Rochester, NY

What do you like about working here?  My coworkers!  They have helped me so much since  day one, and they are still helping me to this day.  I’m pretty grateful to be a part of the team.

What are the best parts of your job? The best part of my job is building a relationship with the mangers that I’m working with in different states.  Getting to know them better, understanding what they are looking for in a candidate, and learning a little bit more  about the group that I’m supporting.

What would co-workers say about you?  I hope they would say that I’m funny, a hard worker, a bad singer, and helpful.

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What was your first job ever? My first job was working at Aramark at the Monroe County Jail right out of high school. I was a line cook, and I mainly cooked food on a flattop grill for the Deputy Sheriffs.

What is your LinkedIn URL?  Connect with Suriel here: Suriel Lopez on LinkedIn

P.S. Can you spot Suriel in this video? This is the recruiting office’s attempt at the Mannequin Challenge!

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Oldcastle is North America’s largest manufacturer of building products and materials. With more than 2,000 locations throughout North America, we are in constant pursuit of the next generation of successful decision makers, leaders and problem solvers. Learn more about joining the Oldcastle team HERE.

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Matt Weinrich, Operations Recruiter

matthewweinrichWhat do you do in your position?
I am an Operations Recruiter with the Architectural Products Group of Oldcastle.  I mainly help find people for non-exempt level positions for our Lawn & Garden line of business that manufactures decorative stone, mulch and soils.

When did you join Oldcastle?
August 2016

Where is your job located?  Rochester, NY

What do you like about working here?
The team – they are by far the most supportive and helpful team I have been a part of. 

newemployeesseptWhat are the best parts of your job?
I enjoy helping people find jobs.  I get the opportunity to talk to people all over the US and help them find a career.  Also, no two days have been the same.

What would co-workers say about you?
I would hope they would say that I am hardworking and willing to help out whenever possible.

What was your first job ever?
My first job was working at a driving range in 6th grade.  I was the guy picking up golf balls that everyone would aim for.

Do you have any fun or interesting work stories?
While at my last job, we started up a sourcing team like ours in Jamaica.  I was given the opportunity to hire the first 3 members of the team and go down there for a month (in the middle of winter) and train them.

What do you do outside of work?
I enjoy spending time with my family.  I also enjoy playing golf, watching sports and staying active.

Would you like to share anything about your family?
I am originally from Toledo, Ohio, and have an older brother and younger sister.  I moved to Rochester in 2011 and have been married to my wife Marla for almost 4 years.  We have a baby girl Molly (6 months) and a dog – Duncan.

Where can we find you on LinkedIn? https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattweinrich

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Oldcastle is North America’s largest manufacturer of building products and materials. With more than 2,000 locations throughout North America, we are in constant pursuit of the next generation of successful decision makers, leaders and problem solvers. Learn more about joining the Oldcastle team HERE.

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5 Fall Job Search Tips Recruiters Want You To Know

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As school starts and summer winds down, it’s time to think about your career! Are you happy where you’re working now? Or, are you looking for a change? Fall can be a great time to embark on a job search. Our recruiters want to increase your odds of landing that next position.

  1. Think about your timing  – don’t fall into the “I’ll wait until the New Year” trap
    Remember how you had high hopes to get a new job back in January? It’s admirable, but life has a way of getting in the way and those promises fall by the wayside. Why not get started now – and avoid the added competition that will inevitably be starting their search in 2017?
  2. Pay close attention to the job description
    The details in a job description are there for a reason.

    “If you don’t have a majority of the specific qualifications, it’s better to bypass that particular job,” says Corporate Recruiter Claire Tuck. “Employers are seeking specific skill sets. Can you do at least 80% of the items outlined in the job ad? If not, skip applying – your odds of even making it to the phone screen are low – other better qualified candidates will be the ones chosen. Your time would be better spent looking for an opening that is more closely aligned with your background and experience.”

  3. Don’t apply to numerous jobs within the same company

    You don’t want to give the impression that you’re randomly applying for just anything. You never want to appear desperate. Be thoughtful and selective.  Search for and target only those jobs that you are truly a match for, says Corporate Recruiter Brendan Sheehan

  4. Craft a 30, 60 and 90 day plan
    Map out the job search activities for the remainder of the year. It takes time to get a job, but there are proactive steps you can schedule to get there. Set up target dates for revamping your resume, searching for/applying for positions and networking. Start the schedule now – and you’ll earn yourself a break around holiday time.

    Be open to making contacts and networking everywhere you go – and not just at formal networking events either, says John McCue, Staffing Manager. You never know who the people you encounter might know. Their connections could help you land your next job.

  5. Have your success stories ready
    Now is not the time to be humble! Be prepared to brand yourself and talk about your accomplishments.

    Recruiters want to know how you made a difference where you worked. The more you can quantify and amplify your accomplishments, the more edge you’ll have over other applicants, says Cailee Medina, Corporate Recruiter. You need to be able to articulate this in your resume, during that initial phone screen, at the interview and the follow up.”

With children being back in school and summer vacations just a distant memory, you’re more apt to be able to connect with recruiters and employers during the Fall. Prep accordingly, and you could be well on your way to landing a position before we ring in the New Year!

Looking for more job search advice?
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Oldcastle is North America’s largest manufacturer of building products and materials. With more than 2,000 locations throughout North America, we are in constant pursuit of the next generation of successful decision makers, leaders and problem solvers. Learn more about joining the Oldcastle team HERE.

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Lea Preller, Corporate Recruiter, Oldcastle Precast

IMG_5452What do you do in your position?
I am a Corporate Recruiter for Oldcastle Precast, a division of Oldcastle. Oldcastle Precast is a leading manufacturer of precast concrete in the U.S. My job helps busy managers across the country find qualified candidates faster and more efficiently. 

When did you join Oldcastle? I started in April, 2016!

Where is your job located?
I work in the recruiting office in Rochester, NY.

What do you like about working here?
My coworkers in the recruiting office are super friendly and helpful.  This is my first full-time position after college, so I am grateful that everyone is willing to lend a hand when I have a question.  I know that I have so much to learn, but I am fortunate to have found an opportunity with growth potential and many smart people to look up to!

What are the best parts of your job?
One of my favorite parts of my job is assisting recruiters in the office by sourcing for candidates on different job boards to help give their openings more exposure.  It is a great feeling to hear that I helped them to find qualified candidates and to fill positions faster.  Another part of my job that I love is helping different managers across the country with posting jobs and answering any of their questions.  Though I will not meet most of them in person, I enjoy developing relationships via email or over the phone and doing whatever I can to make their job easier. 

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What would co-workers say about you?
I hope that they would say that I am a hard worker and always willing to help out in any way that I can!

What was your first job ever?
I worked at Delta Sonic car wash as a cashier.  It was a great first job because it taught me valuable customer service skills. It was not a typical cashier role because I earned commission on the different products I up-sold to customers.  Some of the skills I learned working at Delta I will take with me throughout my career.

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Corporate Challenge 2016

Do you have any fun or interesting work stories?
I visited a manufacturing branch in Fishers, NY that produces cement blocks.  The branch manager took us on a very thorough tour of the facility.  It was great to see the branch because it gave me a much better idea of some of the positions we recruit for beyond the details of a job description.

What do you do outside of work?
I spend most of my nights after work relaxing with my family or reading a good book.  On the weekends, I enjoy seeing my friends, going shopping, and spending some time outside.  Also, I love to travel and explore new places.

Would you like to share anything about your family?
I grew up in West Irondequoit with my parents and older sister.  My mom is a landscape designer, my dad is a manager of a vacuum store and my sister is a kindergarten teacher.  I love to spend time with them and we all get along very well!    

Connect with Lea: LinkedIn. 

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Oldcastle is North America’s largest manufacturer of building products and materials. With more than 2,000 locations throughout North America, we are in constant pursuit of the next generation of successful decision makers, leaders and problem solvers. Learn more about joining the Oldcastle team HERE.

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Steven Davison, Recruiting Support Coordinator

StevenDavisonWhat do you do in your position?  I am responsible for creating and managing non-exempt job postings for our Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope® division, which designs, engineers, and manufactures glass and glazing systems. Ensuring that posted jobs are consistent and compliant is a major part of my job.  When I am not posting, I proactively help search for candidates from various sources.

When did you join Oldcastle? 
March 2016

Where is your job located?
Our office is located in Rochester, NY.

What do you like about working here?
The team atmosphere. During my first week, I met with every manager and coworker in the office. It really made me feel welcome. I am surrounded by great performers who work together to effectively find the best candidates for the right jobs.  


What are the best parts of your job?
Our recruiting center is starting off a new phase of recruiting with Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope®, and I am glad to be part of something new and exciting.  Helping to take the work load off of human resource managers from having to post and manage jobs is my main function right now. I like to analyze the best words and ways to create an effective job description that will help the best candidates find our jobs. I look forward to building great internal relationships so our team can provide more services in the future.

What would co-workers say about you?
I hope they would say I’m helpful.

What was your first job ever?
Pizza Hut as a pizza maker. I’ll never be able to erase from my memory exactly how many pepperonis go on a large pizza.

Do you have any fun or interesting work stories?
One of my current coworkers from a previous job at a large company turned out to be one of my coworkers a few years down the road at another position. Luckily, we worked well together in the past, and had a lot of respect for each other, so we picked up right where we left off. This goes to show you that you should always network and maintain good working relationships because you never know what future connections might happen.

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Volunteering for Habitat for Humanity

What do you do outside of work?
I enjoy playing the drums, and I play for my church. I also like to stay active. I enjoy going to the gym, and, when the weather gets warm, I enjoy doing outdoor activities like biking, hiking, and running. Other than that, I spend lots of time with close friends and family.  

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Would you like to share anything about your family?
I grew up in Chili, NY. I was raised by amazing parents who are still together. I am the middle of two brothers, one 3 years older and one 3 years younger. I also have a younger sister who is adopted from China. We all get along great. My older brother lives right down the road, and I enjoy seeing his four children as often as I can.

Connect with Steven: LinkedIn

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Oldcastle is North America’s largest manufacturer of building products and materials. With more than 2,000 locations throughout North America, we are in constant pursuit of the next generation of successful decision makers, leaders and problem solvers. Learn more about joining the Oldcastle team HERE.

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Spring Into Job Search Mode

FlowerWith college graduations on the calendar, we’re starting to see a lot of articles with advice for new graduates. Whether you’re new to the workforce or have been working for years, there is universal advice that bears repeating. This post serves as a gentle reminder of that advice.

  1. Procrastination is not your friend
    With better weather and the call of the outdoors, it can be easy to postpone job search activities. Don’t fall into that trap!
  2. Go over your resume with a fine tooth comb – then go over it again.
    Typos are unacceptable on a resume! They take you from the ‘maybe’ to the NO pile in an instant. Have two people proofread your resume at least. You need that second and third set of eyes because you’re just too close to the document.
  3. Don’t leave the process to chance
    Schedule your job search activities – just like you would schedule any other important activity. Block off time on your calendar for sprucing up your LinkedIn page, looking for jobs, attending networking events, etc.
  4. Get an “accountability” job search partner
    Ask a friend or family member to check in with you about your job search. Knowing that they will ask weekly or biweekly will help you to keep at it.
  5. Find time for fun
    Yes, this is your permission to take a break, go for a walk, go to a movie, out to lunch etc. Take time to smell the flowers, but make sure to refocus on your job search goals once you’re done.

Congratulations new graduates! Good luck to all. 🙂

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Oldcastle is North America’s largest manufacturer of building products and materials. With more than 2,000 locations throughout North America, we are in constant pursuit of the next generation of successful decision makers, leaders and problem solvers. Learn more about joining the Oldcastle team HERE.

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Brendan Sheehan, Corporate Recruiter

BrendanSWhat do you do in your position at the recruiting office? I am the corporate recruiter for our Architectural Products Group (APG). I work on the exempt level positions for seven of our regional companies in both the U.S. and Canada. I support the western region, as well as the northeast and Texas.

When did you join Oldcastle?
I started with Oldcastle in January of 2015.

Where is your job located?
All of the recruiting efforts for Oldcastle in North America are centralized in our offices in Rochester, NY.

What are the best parts of your job?
The people in the organization.  Even though we are the largest building materials manufacturer in North America, the company has a very blue collar feel to it. The management, from the regional presidents, to the local sales and operations managers, are all very accessible and very open. The needs for each Oldcastle company and region can vary, so having that open communication with numerous levels within the organization is a huge asset for us in the recruiting center.

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Brendan receiving ‘Recruiter of the Quarter’ Award 2016

What do you like about working here?
Getting to know the hiring managers and really being able to get a feel for their local needs. Like I mentioned, Oldcastle has a great culture of openness and working together for the greater good of the company. I love being able to get a real understanding of what we are trying to accomplish, both in business and as a leader in the building materials industry.

How would coworkers describe you?  Hopefully they would say that I’m a hardworking, fun-loving guy and team player. I try to bring a positive attitude into the work place.

What was your first job ever?
My first job was working at Silver Stadium where the Rochester Red Wings play. I worked the grill that was on a deck down the 3rd base line. It was right next to the visiting team’s bullpen, so I would talk with the players while I was setting up for the game.

Do you have any fun or interesting work stories?
We went to the National Sales Meeting in Nashville in 2015. This was at the Gaylord Opryland Resort.  There are nine acres of indoor gardens there, a river flowing through it and waterfalls. It took 15 minutes to walk from one end to the other! It was a great event – especially getting to meet over 200 people on the teams we work with all over the country.

Tell us about your family.
My mom lives in Rochester in the same town as I do, and my brother lives just outside of Philadelphia with his wife, my niece and nephew. He has three books published, and is the food editor for Philadelphia Magazine. We all like to travel, and both my brother and I have lived out west on a couple of occasions.

Connect with Brendan on LinkedIn. 

Want to learn more about working for Oldcastle?
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Oldcastle is North America’s largest manufacturer of building products and materials. With more than 2,000 locations throughout North America, we are in constant pursuit of the next generation of successful decision makers, leaders and problem solvers. Learn more about joining the Oldcastle team HERE.

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