Our team has only gotten bigger over the last few months, so we are excited to welcome our newest team members and Field Operatives today: Jackson Clark, Edward Noreuil and Jared Bonnema.
Read on to learn more about 3 of our newest team members, as they cover everything from “Why Logisticus?” to their most interesting facts. Dive into not one, but three stories on new hires, today.
First, let’s meet Jackson Clark, Field Operative. “When I completed my undergraduate degree, I wasn’t sure which career direction I wanted to pursue. I did know that I wanted to work for a progressive company that would allow me the opportunity to learn and grow with it. Logisticus offered me just that – an opportunity to learn while playing an active role in challenging and complex situations.
FUN FACT / / “I played D1-A Rugby at Kutztown University in Pennsylvania in college. I began Rugby at a young age and credit much of my work ethic and how I approach life to Rugby. It has taught me the power of teamwork, that strength comes from diversity, and satisfaction comes from being a part of something larger than myself.”
Next up is Jared Bonnema, who came to Logisticus from the Construction industry.
“The potential growth at Logisticus is staggering and I would like to be a part of a company that has a bright future. I hope to grow with the company as well.
This is a new role for me because this position fits my strengths better than the purely physical demand of my previous career in Construction.”
FUN FACT / / “I can play the didgeridoo and I have two dogs that I like to spoil. For pics of dogs, please send a personal request.”
Last but not least, meet Edward Noreuil, a Field Operative like the other gentleman who have been introduced today. Noreuil shares that his role involves aiding in logistics and safety on a day-to-day basis. He joined the team because he wanted to be a part of an ever-growing company.
If there’s one thing these guys hinted at, it’s that Logisticus is a growing company with a bright future. This is true thanks to these new hires who keep the company on its feet. Thanks to your work, gentleman. Welcome to the team!