Are you looking for a job? If yes, please see below from Abby Downs Wacek (ES alumna, class of 2010).
From: Abigail Wacek [mailto:AWacek@tsgusa.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 21, 2015 1:09 PM
To: Rutherford Platt; Sarah Principato; John Commito; Randall Wilson
Subject: Looking for a New Hire
Rud, Sarah, Doc, Randy,
Good afternoon! I hope that everyone is doing well and that graduation went off without a hitch. I saw the pictures on Facebook, it looked like it was a rainy day but an exciting one. I am reaching out to you because my company is looking to hire a new regulatory consultant and I wanted to know if you have any recommendations or if you could pass the job announcement around. I imagine that most of the graduated seniors have jobs, but if you know of any recent (or not so recent) grads looking for employment in the field of environmental or chemical consulting, we are in need of a new hire.
The job postings are on our website:
Some of the qualifications can be waived, for example the applicant may not need five years of experience, if the person is otherwise really perfect.
We are ready to hire someone tomorrow. They can either reach out to the contact person in the announcement or contact me directly. I am always trying to help my fellow G-burg Grads, and TSG is a great company to work for.
I will be back on campus this fall for our five (!) year reunion. I hope to see you then!
Class of 2010
Abigail Downs Wacek| Regulatory Consultant
Technology Sciences Group Inc. (TSG)
1150 18th Street, NW, Suite 1000 | Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202.828.8992 | Fax: 202.872.0745 | awacek
Visit us at www.TSGUSA.com
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