We're dedicated to delivering opportunities for the diverse communities of people who work with us, as well as the people who work for us. The diverse nature of both our human resources and missions produce unique opportunities for the succes of your people and our people, in an environment of integrity and honest that reflects positively on all our communities.
|Address||2601 North Commercial Avenue|
|Phone Number||(509) 542-1114|
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Creating the perfect match for both employers and employees in today's marketplace can be a challenging task. In order to build an exceptional workforce, Indian Eyes is committed to identifying the necessary human resource talent as well as developing a relationship with your organization. Indian Eyes eliminates some of your most difficult staffing and resources problems, including: recruiting, testing and screening candidates to meet your specific requirements. Let Indian Eyes provide you with a custom human resource solution.
Mac possesses over Fifteen years' experience in the national equipment rental, sales and sourcing industry. Mac managed the ordering, sourcing, and movement of equipment nationally to support multiple regional and national locations. Provided oversight and resource management of multiple large government facilities and contracts, which include Fort Hood, Fort Lewis, McChord Air Force Base, Puget Sound Naval Base, Bangor Sub Base, Yakima Training Center, Core of Engineers, Ft. Irwin, Camp Pendleton, Point Loma Sub Base, Idaho National Laboratories, Los Alamos, Savannah River Site, and the Hanford Reservation.
Roxie Schescke, Indian Eyes President, is a perfect example of demonstrating that you can choose your own success. A small business owner in a large and competitive business arena, a woman with the drive to be a role model to many, the desire to feel a sense of personal fulfillment by helping others and the struggle for success becomes more complex. Roxie's passion for making a difference for people and her sense of obligation to be a good leader gave her the perseverance to hold on to her vision.