Elevate Your Career While Making a Difference – Join the #1 Staffing Firm to Work for in the U.S.!
Ultimate Staffing Services, one of the largest privately held staffing firms in the U.S., focuses on placing administrative and office support, customer service, call center, HR, sales, and manufacturing talent across a variety of industries. We are currently seeking a Business Solutions Manager to recruit as well as develop and grow our client base and new business opportunities for the Nashua, New Hampshire area.
Why Work for Ultimate Staffing?
Our award-winning, unique culture and amazing coworker community make us stand out among the rest. The best part is we make an impact on someone’s life every time we make a placement. We’re afforded the opportunity to create remarkable experiences and to make life better each day… and it feels good!
By joining Ultimate Staffing, you connect with a company culture based on values, fun, community giving, volunteering, celebrating belonging and purpose, and making a positive impact in people’s lives. You also benefit from an unlimited earning potential, work location choice and schedule flexibility, a broad range of health, life-balance, and recognition benefits including an annual paid trip for top performers. But don’t just take our word for it. As a specialized business line of Roth Staffing Companies, we’re consistently recognized as an industry leader and a top workplace by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), Inc. Magazine, Clearly Rated and Fortune’s Great Places to Work… and we’re proud of it.
Specifically in this role, the Business Solutions Manager is responsible for driving business development and recruitment efforts in the Nashua, New Hampshire area. Working in a largely virtual environment where our culture and commitment to creating remarkable experiences come first, the Business Solutions Manager uses end-to-end recruiting and full-sales cycle skills to promote our workforce staffing solutions with clients and prospects through a combination of video and in-person meetings.
What Do We Look For?