The NRC Culture
We are governed by the fundamentals of good business practices. Translated—we believe in loyalty, a strong work ethic, a solid business ethic and a willingness to give back through community service. As a part of our team, you will be respected, challenged and rewarded. You’ll expand your personal boundaries and reach new heights. You’ll be given a forum to share your ideas both for our clients and the future of NRC. We strongly believe that the success of New Resources comes as a direct result of the people who represent us. Because of this belief, we work as a team… we grow as a team… and we succeed as a team.
In every interaction with a client, New Resources seeks to establish trust. It may sound trite to say our business is built on trust, but it is true. Organizations come to New Resources Consulting for help in tackling some of their most demanding challenges; they rely on our integrity and ability. Not only do we need to demonstrate a trustworthy character, we need to prove we’re capable of doing the job, day in, day out.
Not surprisingly, that level of trust exists inside our own organization. You will find that in every interaction with employees, New Resources is focused on and dedicated to those who bring their unique talents and deliver the results our clients expect.
Benefits at NRC
New Resources is always in search of quality, career-oriented professionals who are passionate about their work. We seek individuals driven by a desire to make their clients successful and who are willing to extend themselves to ensure client satisfaction. If you have the drive to succeed and the willingness to work hard to reach your goals, you are most welcome. As a member of the New Resources Consulting team, we ask for your commitment to the team and dedication to the success of our clients. In return, we offer:
- Competitive compensation
- Multiple employment mechanisms – salaried, hourly (w2 or 1099)
- Company-funded health and dental benefits
- Company paid life insurance
- Short- and long-term disability benefits
- Paid time off
- Company funded 401k plan
- Career plan development
- Company-sponsored staff meetings
- Company-sponsored social gatherings
Avg. years of experience
Years as preferred Oracle partner
Employee Success Stories
“My experience as a Green Bean accelerated my professional growth. I was given the opportunity to learn how to effectively troubleshoot and deliver solutions and I was trained in multiple areas before dedicating myself to one specific focus. The Green Bean program is not only an excellent way to fulfill a client’s resource need, it proved to be a great way to introduce a recent graduate to the professional world.”
In 2011, Matthew Poupitch graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in Information Technology and Finance from Marquette University. His first job directly out of college was as a member of New Resources Consulting’s Associate program, dedicated to identify, train and groom talented graduates to fill technical and functional support roles for PeopleSoft enterprise applications. After only six months in the Green Bean program, Matthew was able to troubleshoot PeopleSoft related issues in procurement, finance and core modules; identify areas for application and process enhancements; and perform comprehensive end-user training; as well as actively lead meetings and manage his own projects. Matthew continues to serve as a Consultant for NRC.
What’s Happening at NRC
NRC Sponsors .Net Users Group
NRC sponsored the .Net Users Group January 2018 meeting on January 9th at Thomson Reuters. The topic of discussion was ‘Building Enterprise Grade Web APIs in ASP.NET Core.’ Participants included Don Weber, Ty Van Harpen, and Shelley Pogodzinski.
NRC Exhibits at Oracle LEHRN
NRC participated in the Southeast Atlantic Regional User Group (SEARUG)’s annual conference. SEARUG includes Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. SEARUG facilitates higher education institutions in the region who use Oracle applications/technology. The photo includes Terry Cavanaugh, Amber Coley, Rahul Shakya, Sheila Simmons, Gasser Elsayed (left to right).