Recruiting Coordinator | HR Consulting
Samantha Otto is a Recruitment Coordinator who brings a unique perspective to the job. Starting out as a consultant for Versique, she’s been on the other side of the table and understands the candidate experience from a different perspective. She uses this insight to build relationships with contractors through a friendly and energetic nature.
Sam didn’t start out in HR, but she brings her unique and diverse background to her job.
She’s worked in a library, in education, and as a volunteer coordinator with AmeriCorps. She prides herself on being a life-long learner. She loves teaching and training but also developing new skills and learning new industries. She has a background in sociology and received a Master’s in Communication Management from the University of Denver.
Versique is one of the largest talent acquisition firms in the Midwest, and specializes in both consulting and permanent placement. Our team has more than 350 years of combined experience, and specializes in the following practice areas: IT, HR, digital marketing, demand generation, engineering/operations, finance/accounting, sales, CPG (consumer packaged goods), executive leadership, manufacturing industry, healthcare industry, and family owned businesses. We have filled thousands of positions and our network of connections is one of the strongest in the industry. We create amazing connections.
What our clients are saying...
Lindsey Vanderbosch - HR Manager, Interstate
"I think very highly of Versique as an expert in the HR field. Most recently, I’ve partnered with Versique to fill a short-term need I had for an experienced HR professional to quickly execute on two projects and cover during a leave of absence in the HR team. I was presented with a variety of screened and qualified candidates, quickly selected the best match and, 5 weeks into the assignment, the consultant has performed exceptionally well and raised the image of HR in our organization. I couldn’t be more pleased and won’t hesitate to use Versique again.”