An IT recruitment and consulting company considered among the top 50 companies to watch by the creators of the 2016 Michigan Celebrates Small Business List recently gave Greater Lansing more reason to take notice.
In mid-summer, Recruitment Management Consultants
added four new internal staff to its operations. Two staff will work at the East Lansing headquarters, while two will work in Detroit. The addition of the new team members increases RMC's ability to meet the growing demand for IT consulting and placement.
"IT talent is in high demand. We strive to help bridge the gap between local employers looking for IT resources for their teams, and IT professionals who are actively or passively looking for new employment," says Adrienne Waltz, RMC marketing and communications specialist. "We place emphasis on finding the right fit for the candidates as well as the hiring managers we work with."
In the last five years, RMC has grown from three full-time employees to 11. The company also added a second office location in Novi in 2014. RMC was founded in 2010 by Jim Beirmeister and Jamie Lytle and is headquartered at 321 W. Lake Lansing Road in East Lansing.
Waltz says the RMC's growth strategy is based on being involved in the local communities where they do business. The company supports several organizations in Lansing including the Capital Area IT Council,
the Michigan Technology Network
, and the Michigan Council for Women in Technology.
"We believe our commitment to home-grown efforts has contributed to our recent recognition as one of the top 50 Michigan companies to watch," says Waltz.
RMC is co-hosting and sponsoring its first Tech Talk Happy Hour in conjunction with Tech Tuesdays in Lansing. The event is slated for Tuesday, Aug. 16, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Crafty Palate, 333 S. Washington Square. More information can be found here.